Solvay, bpost and AB InBev planned by brokers, Greenyard still falls (+ Briefing)



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Without a real trend on Tuesday at the opening, European stock markets were turning green in the middle of the session. US index futures are down.

• The trend

Main European equity markets rise at noon on Tuesday, bolstered by investors' appetite for defensive action, as the car has suffered a new friction between the United States and China over trade and fears Chinese growth. US index futures are down.

the euro

is stable against the dollar.

In Brussels, the Bel 20

It took 0.21% around 12:25, after losing 0.23% at the beginning of the session. The continuously indexed bond index expands earnings to 0.38%.

Telenet is the worst this morning on the benchmark with a decline of 1.2%. It is followed by banking KBC and ING which is below 0.9%. At the other end of the spectrum, there is another telecommunication value: Proximus (+ 1.2%). UCB and Galapagos growth of 1.1% and 0.8%, respectively.

Off Bel 20, Greenyard still drop 10% after their 25% drop the previous day. The scenario of a capital increase takes more and more body.

Melexis, the specialist in car chips, gives up 2%. Following is the sector that is being affected by Nvidia's reduced prospects for its 4and quarter.

Celyad and Asit yield 2.6%.

At the top of the table, let's point Genkyotek (+ 2.4%), warehouses (+ 2%) and MDxHealth (+ 1.8%).

• Briefing of Belgian shares

>AB InBev

: Morgan Stanley lowered its price target to 85 euros against 91 euros before. The recommendation remains for "overweight".

>Solvay

Societe Generale reduced its price target to 125 euros versus 140 euros before. The recommendation continues to be "buy".

>bpost

Morgan Stanley lowered its target price to € 9.3 versus € 13 before. The recommendation remains "neutral".

>Ageas

acquired 40,600 own shares last week at an average unit price of € 40.99.

>Telenet

: Barclays reduced its price target to € 46 versus € 47 earlier. The recommendation remains "neutral".

>Telenet acquired 112,315 treasury shares last week at a unit price of between € 37.50 and € 39.98.

>Ahold Delhaize

acquired 905,700 own shares last week at an average unit price of € 22.85 per share.

>Greenyard

: KBC reduced its price target to 5.7 euros versus 9.5 euros before. The recommendation remains to be "preserved."

>Vranken Pommery

registered a 3.8% increase in its annual sales on a like-for-like basis. The release.

>To keep an eye on this Tuesday. USA. Prices of houses in November at 3pm. Consumer confidence January at 16h. Results: 3M, Amgen, Apple, eBay, Lockheed Martin, Pfizer, Verizon.

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