Media company Roularta reported that initial indications for the first six months of 2018 were below expectations as advertising had declined by 5% to 10% year on year, depending on the medium.
Lingerie and swimwear company Van de Velde reported its turnover for the first half year 2018 had declined modestly by -3.9% to €110.8 million from €115.3 million a year earlier.
Biopharmaceutical company ThromboGenics announced it intended to change its name to Oxurion NV to better reflect its activities and ambition to deliver eye disorder therapies.
Cable and wire manufacturer Bekaert announced it was closing its rubber reinforcement plant in Figline e Incisa Valdarno, Italy, due to its higher cost structure.
Supermarket group Colruyt reported it had revenue of €9,031 million in the financial year 2017/2018, which on a comparable basis after the sale of the French food service business was 3.4% growth for the year.
Office and healthcare property investor Cofinimmo announced it was raising capital of up to €155.2 million in a 13 rights for 1 new share issue.
Oil shipping company Euronav reported that the merger with Gener8 Maritime Inc was approved by Gener8's shareholders and, as the transaction is not subject to any further regulatory approvals, is expected to close on 12 June 2018.
Student housing property company Xior announced it had raised approximately €134 million following the full subscription of its capital increase through a rights issue.
Biopharmaceutical company TiGenix reported that the conditions for the €1.78 per share takeover bid by Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda had been met with acceptance by 90.62% of security holders.
Fresh and processed food company Greenyard reported financial year 2017/2018 had a decline in sales of -1.7% to €4,175.9 million from €4,249.2 million in the previous year but with a higher net profit.