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Verbund AG (VERB.VI)

VERB.VI on Vienna Stock Exchange

38.24EUR
16 Nov 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Verbund To Invest More Than 2 Bln EUR In Power Grid In Next 10 Years
Thursday, 26 Jul 2018 

July 26 (Reuters) - Verbund AG ::Says plans to invest more than 2 billion eur in power grid in next 10 years.  Full Article

Verbund H1 EBITDA Up 21.1% At EUR 503.7 Mln
Thursday, 26 Jul 2018 

July 26 (Reuters) - Verbund AG ::DGAP-NEWS: VERBUND AG: RESULTS FOR QUARTERS 1-2/2018: STRONG EARNINGS GROWTH CONFIRMS VERBUND IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK.DGAP-NEWS: VERBUND AG: RESULTS FOR QUARTERS 1-2/2018: STRONG EARNINGS GROWTH CONFIRMS VERBUND IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK.EXPECTS EBITDA FOR FINANCIAL YEAR 2018 TO AMOUNT TO APPROXIMATELY EUR950M.H1 EBITDA WAS UP 21.1%, RISING FROM EUR415.9M TO EUR503.7M.SEES GROUP RESULT TO AMOUNT TO APPROXIMATELY EUR370M FOR FINANCIAL YEAR 2018.H1 GROUP RESULT ROSE BY 47.3% WITH AN INCREASE FROM EUR154.5M TO EUR227.5M.VERBUND - FOR 2018 PLANS DIVIDEND PAYOUT RATIO OF BETWEEN 40% AND 45% OF PROJECTED GROUP RESULT OF EUR365M AFTER ADJUSTED FOR NON-RECURRING EFFECTS.  Full Article

Verbund ‍9-mth EBITDA down 18.1% to EUR 663.5 mln​
Wednesday, 8 Nov 2017 

Nov 8 (Reuters) - VERBUND AG ::DGAP-NEWS: VERBUND AG: RESULTS FOR QUARTERS 1-3/2017: EARNINGS DOWN DUE TO LOW WATER SUPPLY AND ABSENCE OF THE POSITIVE NON-RECURRING EFFECTS REPORTED IN PRIOR-YEAR PERIOD. FULL-YEAR EARNINGS FORECAST RAISED MODERATELY..‍CONTINUES TO EXPECT EBITDA OF APPROXIMATELY EUR830M FOR FULL-YEAR 2017​.‍GROUP RESULT FOR 2017 WILL BE APPROXIMATELY EUR320M​.‍9MTH EBITDA DECREASED BY 18.1%, FROM EUR809.7M TO EUR663.5M​.‍9MTH GROUP RESULT 269.5 MILLION EUROS VERSUS EUR 339.9 MILLION YEAR AGO​.‍9MTH REVENUE 2,161.6 MILLION EUROS, UP 1.8%​.  Full Article

Austria eyes fast-track top-ups of its company stakes

VIENNA, Nov 5 The Austrian government's planned overhaul of the body through which it holds stakes in several large companies will open the door to topping up those holdings more easily, Finance Minister Hartwig Loeger said on Monday.