ING under pressure | Ontex and Kinepolis climb | ...

ING under pressure | Ontex and Kinepolis climb | ...
ING under pressure | Ontex and Kinepolis climb | ...

Despite the uncertainty that still hangs over the outcome of the US presidential election, European markets continue on a positive trend this Thursday at noon. Wall Street should open sharply higher.

The main European scholarships are in the green, this Thursday noon, chaining a new session of rise, supported by the prospect of a divided US Congress following the results of the vote, which could benefit the financial markets.

Wall Street is expected to rise sharply if we are to believe the US index futures around 12:25 p.m.

In Brussels, the Nice 20

however, it remained in equilibrium, with the index of continuously quoted stocks advancing by 0.38%.

This is ING which weighs on the Bel 20. The title fell by more than 6% in the wake of its quarterly results. Telecoms are also in decline, Telenet ceding 2.7% and Proximus 1,8%.

With a gain of 2.5%, Umicore leads the hikes. It is followed by Solvay whose quarterly results were well received (+ 2.2%). The SIRs are also in good shape with progressions around 2% for Cofinimmo, Aedifica and WDP.

Excluding Bel 20, Ontex (+ 6.4%) and Kinepolis (+ 6.5%) stand out. VGP (+ 3.7%) and post (+ 2.7%) joined the list of preferred stocks of KBC Securities.

Titan Cement (-2,3%), Wereldhave Belgium (-1.9%) and Orange Belgium (-1.6%) are lagging behind.

The Belgian actions briefing

>Bpost : UBS has raised its price target to 10.5 euros against 9.95 euros before. The recommendation remains to “buy”.

>Euronav : Degroof Petercam reduced its target price to 10 euros against 11 euros previously. The recommendation remains “buy”.

>Unifiedpost

: Kepler Cheuvreux began monitoring the value with a recommendation to “keep” and a target price of 22 euros.

>Immobel

announces that it sold, at the end of October, a senior serviced residence with 111 apartments to Leuven SA, a company managed by Swiss Life Asset Managers.

> Strong in the face of the crisis, Solvay

resumes the path of investment. With a turnover down 14.3% in one year, the chemical group ended a difficult quarter. But Solvay got out of debt and is resuming investments. Our article.

> Fall in profitsING

in the third trimester. The banking group believes it is holding its own in the face of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic, but announces that it will cut a thousand jobs in South America and Asia. Our article.

> The Frère-Desmarais want to grow in the non-side. GBL

has “very high ambitions” on the side of alternative assets, said the holding. A new CEO has been appointed in this regard at the head of its dedicated platform, Sienna Capital. Our article.

>Bpost

: Jefferies raised its price target to 12 euros against 10 euros before. The recommendation remains to “buy”.

>Bpost and VGP

enter the “Top Pick List” of KBC Securities.

> M&G has crossed the threshold of 5% in the capital ofEuronav

and held, as of October 29, a participation of 5.13%.

>Euronav predicts difficult winter conditions. In the third quarter, Euronav posted revenue of $ 240.9 million and profit of $ 46.2 million. The shipping company will distribute a quarterly dividend of $ 0.09 per share on November 30. Our article.

>Euronav: KBC Securities has reduced its price target to 9.25 euros against 11.25 euros before. The recommendation remains to “buy”.

>Montea

generated EPRA income of € 42.2 million for the first nine months of 2020, up 13%. As of November 3, SIR has collected 99% of all rents due. The press release.

>Celyad Oncology

will present an update of its allogeneic and autologous CAR T programs at the 62e ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition to be held December 5-8. The press release.

>Care Property Invest

released its quarterly results on Wednesday evening. The press release.

>To keep an eye on this Thursday. Belgium. Galapagos results 22h. Euro zones. Economic forecasts from the European Commission 11 a.m. Retail September 11 a.m. USA. Fed decision on its rates 8 p.m. Results. Live Nation, General Motors, and Uber.

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