RWE AG (RWEG.DE)

RWEG.DE on Xetra

22.53EUR
22 May 2015
Change (% chg)

€0.10 (+0.47%)
Prev Close
€22.43
Open
€22.59
Day's High
€22.86
Day's Low
€22.50
Volume
3,800,958
Avg. Vol
4,012,930
52-wk High
€32.98
52-wk Low
€21.45

RWEG.DE

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About

RWE AG is a Germany-based electricity and gas company. It diversifies its activities into seven divisions: Germany, which consists of the Power Generation and Sales and Distribution Networks business area; Netherlands/Belgium; Great Britain; The Central Eastern and South Eastern Europe; Renewables, and Trading/Gas Midstream.... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.02
Market Cap(Mil.): €13,644.25
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 614.75
Dividend: 1.00
Yield (%): 4.44

Financials

  RWEG.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 13.46 11.23 12.99
EPS (TTM): 1.67 -- --
ROI: 2.58 11.48 11.80
ROE: 11.91 16.52 19.58
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Foreign utilities look to sell some Turkey assets, hit by low prices, lira

ISTANBUL, May 22 - Germany's RWE and E.ON and Austria's OMV are among utilities looking to offload Turkish power plants, bankers and industry sources say, as a tumbling lira and low electricity prices wipe out profits.

22 May 2015

UPDATE 1-Cold winter boosts RWE's Q1 profits

* Net debt reduced to 27.7 bln eur at end-March (Recasts, adds bullets)

13 May 2015

Bowing to UK pressure, Russian tycoon to launch sales of North Sea assets

LONDON - Mikhail Fridman's LetterOne fund is set to formally launch the sale of North Sea gas fields it had acquired from RWE , bowing to British threats to revoke the assets' licences unless the Russian tycoon relinquishes ownership.

06 May 2015

Bowing to UK pressure, Russian tycoon to launch sales of North Sea assets

LONDON, May 6 - Mikhail Fridman's LetterOne fund is set to formally launch the sale of North Sea gas fields it had acquired from RWE, bowing to British threats to revoke the assets' licences unless the Russian tycoon relinquishes ownership.

06 May 2015

Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions

April 23 - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday:

23 Apr 2015

RWE boss open to splitting up group if crisis worsens

ESSEN, Germany - Germany's largest power producer RWE will explore a split of its businesses if the sector's crisis intensifies, Chief Executive Peter Terium said, keeping open the option of a drastic overhaul similar to rival E.ON .

23 Apr 2015

UPDATE 3-RWE boss open to splitting up group if crisis worsens

* In talks with Gulf investor, no agreement reached (Recasts, adds fresh quotes)

23 Apr 2015

RWE CEO open to considering split, but no current need

ESSEN, Germany - RWE Chief Executive Peter Terium said he was open to considering splitting up the company should the energy market deteriorate further, but added there was no need at the moment to contemplate such a move.

23 Apr 2015

RWE boss warns of prolonged crisis, sees no insolvency risk

ESSEN, Germany, April 23 - RWE Chief Executive Peter Terium offered little hope for a fast turnaround of Germany's second-biggest utility, but tried to allay fears the company may come close to collapse anytime soon.

23 Apr 2015

Investors hope RWE's Gulf dream offers cash or new markets

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, March 27 - Working with a deep-pocketed Gulf backer could be just what RWE boss Peter Terium needs to restore shareholder confidence and escape budget constraints that have plagued Germany's top power producer.

27 Mar 2015

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