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Tunisia: total income of listed companies exceeds TND 17 billion at end September

Business indicators of listed companies, over the first nine months of the year 2022, show an overall income up 15.7% compared to the same period of the year 2021, to 17.1 billion dinars against 14.8 billion dinars.

To date, only five companies have not published their indicators, namely AMS, GIF-FILTER, MIP, SERVICOM and UADH. 80% of the companies that have published their indicators, or 61 out of 76, have improved their cumulative income compared to the same period of the previous year.

The share in the overall income of the 20 companies that make up the Tunindex20 is 10.9 billion dinars (or 64% of total income), up 15.7% compared to the same period last year.

Concerning the banking sector, the cumulated net banking income (NBI) of the 12 listed banks reached 4.515 million dinars (MD) during the first 9 months of the year 2022, against 3.992 MD on the same period of the year 2021, that is to say a progression of 13,1%.

For its part, the cumulated net income of the 7 listed leasing companies grew by 6.1% during this period compared to the similar period in 2021, to reach 354 MD against 334 MD.

The financial sector benefited in particular from rising activity of the 5 listed insurance companies which issued premiums for a global amount of 925 MD against 821 MD, that is to say a 12.7% increase.

As a whole, the financial sector, which dominates the stock market capitalization went up by 12.6% during the first 9 months of the year 2022, with a global income of 5.818 MD against 5.168 MD during the same period the year 2021. In the sector of the Consumer Goods, the global income of the three big groups operating in the food-processing industry (Poulina Group Holding, Délice Holding and SFBT) rose 15,3% to 4.505 MD against 3.907 MD during the same period of 2021.

On the other hand, the global cumulated turnover of the five car dealerships decreased by 11.4% on September 30, 2022 to reach 739 MD against 834 MD during the same period of 2021.

In the sector of Consumer Services, the global Turnover of two large-scale distribution brands listed on the Stock Exchange slightly regressed during the first nine months of the year 2022 compared to the same period in 2021, to reach 1.143 MD against 1.159 MD.

In general, the incomes have improved for all the sectors listed on the Stock Exchange (nine). The best performances go to the basic materials sector with 46.2%, to the health sector with 18.6% and to the consumer services sector with 17.6%.

The largest increases in income were achieved by SIMPAR (+152.6%), STA (+140.8%), TUNISAIR (+133.8%) and ICF (+64.5%).

On the other hand, the largest decreases in income were recorded by companies belonging to different sectors, namely ELECTROSTAR (-92.3%), ARTES (-49.9%), SITS (-48.3%) and NEW BODY LINE (-31.8%).

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