French and Benelux stocks – Factors to be observed on 7 June

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                June 7 (Reuters) - The following is news about the company and
stories from the French and Benelux media, which could have a
impact on markets or individual securities in the region.

AIRBUS:
Airbus announced Thursday that it has won 68 gross orders in
From January to May.

SANOFI:
The French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi has named Paul Hudson as his
CEO. Hudson will replace Olivier Brandicourt, that is
to retire in September.

Interparfums:
Interparfums has signed a new license agreement with Kate Spade
New York. The perfumes will be distributed in Kate Spade New
York outlets from the autumn of 2020.

Pan-European market data:
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