Tuesdata: How Publicis became the holdco to watch
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Today, we examine the state of play between the global holding companies. We also highlight a slightly more upbeat day on the Unmade Index.
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How the holding companies stack up
Reporting season for the first quarter of the calendar year has wrapped up, which makes it a good time to assess how the major communications holding groups are faring.
In today’s piece, we publish a comparison of how the holding companies performed in the first quarter of 2023 compared to the same in 2022, highlighting their revenues, market capitalisations and - where new numbers were released - profits.
The companies featured in today’s piece are WPP, Interpublic Group, Publicis and Vivendi-owned Havas Media Group.
We’ve also added S4 Capital, Dentsu and Enero