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RWE AG (RWEG.DE)

RWEG.DE on Xetra

31.79EUR
30 Oct 2020
Change (% chg)

€0.40 (+1.27%)
Prev Close
€31.39
Open
€31.25
Day's High
€32.09
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€31.14
Volume
3,198,155
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2,320,552
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€34.99
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€20.05

About

RWE AG (RWE) is a Germany-based holding company. The Company is engaged in the generation, transmission, distribution, and trading of electricity and gas. Its activities are divided into three segments: Lignite & Nuclear, European Power and Supply & Trading. The Lignite & Nuclear segment focuses on electricity generation in... (more)

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1.96 Mean rating from 25 analysts

Overall

Beta: 0.46
Market Cap(Mil.): €21,497.04
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 676.22
Dividend: 0.80
Yield (%): 2.52
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Foreign-backed consortium in talks for Petrobras gas fields in Brazil, sources say

RIO DE JANEIRO/SAO PAULO A consortium of Brazil's 3R Petroleum and Norway-linked DBO Energy is in bilateral talks with Brazil's Petrobras to purchase a cluster of offshore natural gas fields, according to two sources with direct knowledge of the matter.

Foreign-backed consortium in talks for Petrobras gas fields in Brazil, sources say

RIO DE JANEIRO/SAO PAULO, Oct 8 A consortium of Brazil's 3R Petroleum and Norway-linked DBO Energy is in bilateral talks with Brazil's Petrobras to purchase a cluster of offshore natural gas fields, according to two sources with direct knowledge of the matter.

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Polish utilities set to begin separating coal from other assets in 2021

WARSAW Polish state-run utilities will next year start separating coal assets from the rest of their business, which should make it easier to raise financing for green projects as banks shun fossil fuels, a deputy assets minister said.

Polish utilities set to begin separating coal from other assets in 2021

WARSAW, Oct 8 Polish state-run utilities will next year start separating coal assets from the rest of their business, which should make it easier to raise financing for green projects as banks shun fossil fuels, a deputy assets minister said.

Who's afraid of Big Oil? Not us, says German renewables firm wpd

FRANKFURT Wpd, owner of Germany's second-largest pipeline of renewable energy projects, says its manageable scale and decades of experience make it well-placed to fend off looming competition from oil majors entering the sector.

Who's afraid of Big Oil? Not us, says German renewables firm wpd

FRANKFURT Wpd, owner of Germany's second-largest pipeline of renewable energy projects, says its manageable scale and decades of experience make it well-placed to fend off looming competition from oil majors entering the sector.

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Delivery not included: RWE's giant coal-era excavator draws high demand

DUESSELDORF RWE has received 45 bids for one of its giant bucket-wheel excavators used in mining that it put up for sale in an online auction earlier this year, Germany's largest power producer said on Wednesday. | Video

Delivery not included: RWE's giant coal-era excavator draws high demand

DUESSELDORF, Sept 30 RWE has received 45 bids for one of its giant bucket-wheel excavators used in mining that it put up for sale in an online auction earlier this year, Germany's largest power producer said on Wednesday.

Sumitomo ties up with German utility RWE for UK wind farm project

* Japanese trading house Sumitomo Corp said on Tuesday it had tied up with RWE AG for the German utility's 353-megawatt Five Estuaries offshore wind farm project in the UK, with an aim to start commercial operations in 2030.

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