For the first quarter of 2022, Accor recorded revenue of € 701 million, up 85% year-on-year and year-on-year (lcc). Revenues decreased by 23% compared to the first quarter of 2019. RevPAR (revenue per available room, key indicator for the hotel sector) more than doubled (+ 108% in published data) compared to the first quarter of 2021 but still shows a decrease of 25% compared to the first quarter of 2019.
The asset manager will publish the results for the first quarter.
Assystem SA, specialist engineer, recorded consolidated revenues of 129.1 million euros, increased by 9.2%, of which + 2.3% organic, + 6.1% scope result (resulting from the consolidation of the Indian company STUP from 1 July 2021 and the British company Schofield Lothian from 1 October 2021) and + 0.8% effect of the change in the exchange rates.
Cegedim recorded consolidated revenues for the first quarter of 2022 amounting to 129.2 million euros, increased by 5.5% in published data and 5.0% in organic data. All functional components contribute to this development. In the Software & Services sector, revenues amounted to 71.2 million euros, increased by 2.7% organically.
The wine and spirits group will publish (before the purchase) its annual turnover.
The aerospace and defense equipment manufacturer will publish first quarter sales.
Saint-Gobain’s quarterly sales reached a new record of € 12.007 billion, representing an increase of 16.4% over the year, in comparable structures and exchange rates. This performance reflects the good momentum of all parts of the group, which recorded double-digit organic growth, accelerating compared to the second half of 2021, mainly due to renovation in Europe and construction in America and Asia.
SEB announced that its sales in the first quarter of 2022 reached 1.915 billion euros, recording an increase of 3.4% on an annual basis, despite the high comparative base (+ 31% in the first quarter of 2021). Organic growth was 0.4%, including about -4 points of the Russia-Ukraine impact and changes to credit programs. Operating profit on their part fell to 172 million euros with stable exchange rates and range, after a record 198 million a year earlier.
The digital services company will publish (before trading) its turnover in the first quarter.
The specialist in polytechnic services, from the design to the maintenance of electrical, mechanical and climatic installations, will publish his turnover for the first quarter.
TF1 posted a net profit share of € 34.1 million in the first quarter, slightly lower than the € 34.3 million recorded in the same period last year. Current operating profit increased by 5% to 59.6 million euros. Turnover, on the other hand, increased by 10.1% to 561.3 million euros, thanks in particular to advertising revenue, which increased by 5.4% to 377.1 million euros. The audiovisual team also warned that the conflict in Ukraine could have an indirect impact on its activities.