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Tunisia: overall income of listed companies exceeds 22 billion dinars in 2022

The activity indicators of the listed companies show an overall revenue increase of 10.5%, to 22.2 billion dinars in 2022, from 20.1 billion dinars in 2021.

According to the data published by the Tunis Stock Exchange, to date, only 7 companies have not published their indicators. These are ALKIMIA, AMS, ELECTROSTAR, MIP, GIF-FILTER, SERVICOM and UADH.

Indeed, 81% of the companies that published their indicators, i.e. 60 out of 74, improved their cumulative revenues compared to the previous year. The share in the overall income of the 20 companies that make up the Tunindex20 amounts to 10.8 billion dinars (or 49% of the overall income), up by 14.2% compared to the previous year.

During the year 2022, the cumulative Net Banking Income (NBI) of the 12 listed banks reached 6.224 MD, against 5.551 MD over the year 2021, that is to say a progression of 12.1%. On its side, the net income of Leasing cumulated by the 7 listed leasing companies increased by 3.1% during the year 2022 compared to the year 2021, to reach 480 MD against 465 MD.

Regarding the activity of the 6 insurance companies, the total amount of premiums written reached 1,303 MD against 1,163 MD, that is, up 12%.

The financial sector, grouping 28 listed companies, has achieved a global income of 8.034 MD against 7.207 MD in 2021, that is to say an evolution of 11.5%.

With regard to the consumer goods sector, which ranks second in terms of market capitalization with 14 companies, the global income of the three main groups operating in the food industry (Poulina Group Holding, Délice Holding and SFBT) improved by 13.1% to 5,934 MD against 5,249 MD in 2021.

For its part, the Consumer Services sector, which includes 12 listed companies (including MIP which has not yet published the indicators), the global turnover of two large distribution brands listed on the stock exchange has slightly increased by 3.5% over the 12 months of the year 2022, to 1,662 MD against 1,607 MD.

In general, the trend is upwards for all sectors. In this respect, the basic materials sector achieved the strongest progression with 34.8%, followed by the basic telecommunications sector which achieved a progression of 22.6%.

The good performance is generalized for twelve sub-sectors (excluding Media), all of which recorded positive performances. The best performing subsector was Travel & Leisure with 106.7%, followed by Chemicals with 41.2%, Basic Resources with 30.5% and Industrial Goods & Services with 17.5%.


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