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RWE AG (RWEG.DE)

RWEG.DE on Xetra

20.12EUR
18 May 2018
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RWE AG (RWE) is a holding company. The Company is a supplier of electricity and natural gas in Europe. The Company is engaged in production of lignite and electricity generation from gas, coal, nuclear and renewables, to energy trading and distribution, and the supply of electricity, gas and other solutions. The Company's... (more)

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2.12 Mean rating from 25 analysts

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Beta: 0.79
Market Cap(Mil.): €11,727.11
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 614.75
Dividend: 1.00
Yield (%): --

Netherlands to ban coal-fired power plants in blow to RWE

AMSTERDAM The Netherlands will ban the use of coal in electricity generation in the coming decade and shut down two of its five coal-fired plants at the end of 2024 unless they switch fuels.

UPDATE 1-Netherlands to ban coal-fired power plants in blow to RWE

AMSTERDAM, May 18 The Netherlands will ban the use of coal in electricity generation in the coming decade and shut down two of its five coal-fired plants at the end of 2024 unless they switch fuels.

RPT-FOCUS-Czech firms look to sweep up profits from dirty power

PRAGUE/FRANKFURT, May 18 Two Czech power companies are targeting fossil fuel-fired plants in Germany as part of a contrarian strategy to snap up older, polluting assets on the cheap from European energy giants going green.

FOCUS-Czech firms look to sweep up profits from dirty power

PRAGUE/FRANKFURT, May 18 Two Czech power companies are targeting fossil fuel-fired plants in Germany as part of a contrarian strategy to snap up older, polluting assets on the cheap from European energy giants going green.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

May 15 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1400 GMT on Tuesday:

E.ON can walk away from Innogy deal if too many assets sold - RWE

FRANKFURT E.ON has the right to walk away from an agreed deal to break up Innogy should it sell single assets worth more than 150 million euros ($179 million) or assets worth a combined 450 million, RWE's finance chief said.

E.ON can walk away from Innogy deal if too many assets sold: RWE

FRANKFURT E.ON has the right to walk away from an agreed deal to break up Innogy should it sell single assets worth more than 150 million euros ($179 million) or assets worth a combined 450 million, RWE's finance chief said.

E.ON can walk away from Innogy deal if too many assets sold -RWE

FRANKFURT, May 15 E.ON has the right to walk away from an agreed deal to break up Innogy should it sell single assets worth more than 150 million euros ($179 million) or assets worth a combined 450 million, RWE's finance chief said.

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RWE expects nuclear exit reimbursement

FRANKFURT Utility RWE expects to receive a medium triple-digit million euro sum related to a court ruling that ensures power firms are reimbursed for a sudden shift away from nuclear energy that was agreed in 2011, its chief financial officer said.

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