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Eni SpA (ENI.MI)

ENI.MI on Milan Stock Exchange

8.57EUR
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Change (% chg)

€0.08 (+0.91%)
Prev Close
€8.49
Open
€8.60
Day's High
€8.63
Day's Low
€8.53
Volume
3,113,553
Avg. Vol
25,936,015
52-wk High
€14.89
52-wk Low
€6.26

About

Eni SpA (Eni) is an Italy-based company engaged in the exploration, development and production of hydrocarbons, in the supply and marketing of gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and power, in the refining and marketing of petroleum products, in the production and marketing of basic petrochemicals, plastics and elastomers and in... (more)

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2.48 Mean rating from 27 analysts

Overall

Beta: 0.71
Market Cap(Mil.): €50,333.47
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 3,634.19
Dividend: 0.40
Yield (%): 5.78
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Coronavirus pain drives Big Oil's dash for record debt

LONDON The world's top oil and gas companies locked in cheap borrowing rates to raise a record amount of debt in the second quarter of 2020 and boost cash reserves as a buffer against a collapse in revenues because of COVID-19.

Graphic: Write-downs put spotlight on energy majors' scattered oil price outlooks

LONDON A series of huge write-downs among energy majors triggered by lower assumptions for future oil prices has put a spotlight on the sector's scattered price outlooks.

GRAPHIC-Write-downs put spotlight on energy majors' scattered oil price outlooks

LONDON, July 7 A series of huge write-downs among energy majors triggered by lower assumptions for future oil prices has put a spotlight on the sector's scattered price outlooks.

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Coronavirus pain drives Big Oil's dash for record debt

LONDON The world's top oil and gas companies locked in cheap borrowing rates to raise a record amount of debt in the second quarter of 2020 and boost cash reserves as a buffer against a collapse in revenues because of COVID-19.

Coronavirus pain drives Big Oil's dash for record debt

LONDON, July 7 The world's top oil and gas companies locked in cheap borrowing rates to raise a record amount of debt in the second quarter of 2020 and boost cash reserves as a buffer against a collapse in revenues because of COVID-19.

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Daily Briefing: Shanghai surprise

After big recent rallies, it's quite a disappointing performance from Chinese markets today – gains have fizzled to less than 1%. This month's 14% leap has led to suspicions of a state-orchestrated buying binge that enables President Xi Jinping to show off the local bull market amid global and U.S. criticism over a host of issues.

MORNING BID-Shanghai surprise

(A look at the day ahead from EMEA deputy markets editor Sujata Rao. The views expressed are her own.) After big recent rallies, it's quite a disappointing performance from Chinese markets today – gains have fizzled to less than 1%. This month's 14% leap has led to suspicions of a state-orchestrated buying binge that enables President Xi Jinping to show off the local bull market amid global and U.S. criticism over a host of issues.

Italy - Factors to watch on July 7

The following factors could affect Italian markets on Tuesday.

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Eni to book 3.5 billion euro asset writedown after cutting price outlook

MILAN Italian energy group Eni said it would write off around 3.5 billion euros ($4 billion) from the value of its assets after revising down its long-term outlook for oil and gas prices due to economic fallout from the COVID-19 crisis.

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Energie +0.95%
Rohstoffe +0.73%
Industrie +0.49%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.40%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.28%
Finanzindustrie +0.16%
Pharma +0.14%
Technologie +0.66%
Telekommunikation +0.18%