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RWE AG (RWEG.DE)

RWEG.DE on Xetra

13.05EUR
29 Apr 2016
Change (% chg)

€0.04 (+0.31%)
Prev Close
€13.01
Open
€12.80
Day's High
€13.35
Day's Low
€12.77
Volume
4,973,653
Avg. Vol
5,178,038
52-wk High
€23.58
52-wk Low
€9.13

RWEG.DE

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About

RWE AG is an electricity and gas company. The Company engages in lignite production, electricity generation from gas, coal, nuclear and renewables, and in energy trading, as well as electricity and gas distribution and supply. It is active across Europea and operates through seven segments: Conventional Power Generation,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.17
Market Cap(Mil.): €7,883.25
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 614.75
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  RWEG.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 15.01 15.15
EPS (TTM): -2.76 -- --
ROI: -2.36 3.31 5.83
ROE: -25.60 0.79 11.31
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UPDATE 1-German nuclear plant infected with computer viruses, operator says

* Viruses appear not to have posed threat to facility's operations

27 Apr 2016

RWE boss faces environmental protest, investor anger

ESSEN, Germany Environmental campaigners disrupted the annual meeting of German power producer RWE on Wednesday as its boss told investors that scrapping the dividend this year was essential to help safeguard the company's future.

20 Apr 2016

UPDATE 2-RWE boss faces environmental protest, investor anger

* Local shareholders say will endorse management (Adds further comments by CEO, shareholder)

20 Apr 2016

German court sets June 15 for ruling on RWE, Sintez row

FRANKFURT A German court will rule on June 15 on whether claims brought by Russian holding firm Sintez against German utility RWE over a failed takeover attempt in 2008 are valid, it said on Monday.

11 Apr 2016

RWE's split on track, eyes IPO of new unit by end-2016

FRANKFURT Germany's No.2 utility RWE on Thursday said its unit in charge of renewables, grids and retail would start operations as planned on April 1, putting it on track for a listing by the end of the year.

31 Mar 2016

Factbox: German utilities seek billions in nuclear lawsuits

Germany's big four utilities -- E.ON, RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall [VATN.UL] -- are seeking nearly 25 billion euros ($27.8 billion) in various lawsuits related to the country's nuclear policy.

15 Mar 2016

FACTBOX-German utilities seek billions in nuclear lawsuits

March 15 Germany's big four utilities -- E.ON , RWE, EnBW and Vattenfall -- are seeking nearly 25 billion euros ($27.8 billion) in various lawsuits related to the country's nuclear policy. Germany's Constitutional Court, the country's highest, is holding a two-day hearing on March 15-16 in a case relating to Germany's landmark decision to abandon nuclear altogether by 2022. Following is a list of all pending cases: NUCLEAR EXIT: - E.ON, RWE and Vattenfall have

15 Mar 2016

RWE takes axe to British unit npower after 'disaster'

ESSEN, Germany Germany's RWE will cut more than a fifth of staff at British unit npower, but has no plans at the moment to divest the struggling subsidiary, which has swung to a loss and is bleeding customers to rivals. | Video

08 Mar 2016

UPDATE 3-RWE takes axe to British unit npower after "disaster"

* RWE hopes to be out of 'valley of tears' in UK by 2018 (Recasts, adds COO, CFO comment on npower, details on job cuts)

08 Mar 2016

RWE takes axe to troubled British unit npower after loss

ESSEN, Germany RWE will cut more than 1,000 jobs at Britain's npower where the German utility's subsidiary on Tuesday reported deeper fourth-quarter losses and an accelerating outflow of customers.

08 Mar 2016

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