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PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) – Stocks to watch on Monday on the Paris Stock Exchange and in Europe:
* TOTALENERGIES TTEF.PA will invest 1,500 million dollars in the “North Field South” gas project in Qatar, in which it will have a 9.375% stake together with QatarEnergy and other international partners, the general director of the French group, Patrick Pouyanné.
* M6 MMTP.PA – Italian TV group MediaForEurope MFEA.MI MFEB.MI has teamed up with a French industrialist to make a non-binding takeover offer for RTL Group’s stake in M6, we learned on Friday from two sources familiar with the matter. with the matter. . According to Bloomberg, the French businessman Stéphane Courbit and his financial partners have offered 20 euros per share to take over the stake in M6.
* RWE RWEG.DE . The German energy group announced this Sunday that it had signed an agreement with the Emirati group ADNOC (Abu Dhabi National Oil Company) to supply Germany with liquefied natural gas (LNG) at the end of December.
* VALNEVA VLS.PA has announced that it is in talks with a potential partner for a financing agreement for the development of a second-generation vaccine against COVID-19.
* CREDIT SUISSE CSGN.S – The bank, whose share price fell nearly 19% last week to a record low, said on Monday that the strategic review announced in July, which could lead to disposals, was progressing and would reveal the conclusions on October 27, during the presentation of the results of the third quarter.
* UNILEVER ULVR.L announced Monday that its chief executive, Alan Jope, will step down at the end of 2023 after five years at the helm of the British consumer goods group.
* GSK GSK.L – The British pharmaceutical group has announced that it has hired Burberry BRBY.L’s chief financial officer, Julie Brown, and therefore should have an all-female management team.
* RAMSAY GÉNÉRALE DE SANTE GDSF.PA stated that it took note of the announcement of the end of talks between Ramsay Health Care Limited, its Australian reference shareholder, with a view to a takeover by a consortium led by KKR KKR.N
(Written by Marc Angrand, edited by Kate Entringer)