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RWE AG (RWEG_p.DE)

RWEG_p.DE on Xetra

14.92EUR
23 Feb 2018
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Fri, Feb 23 2018

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German energy group RWE seeks bigger market share in Croatia

ZAGREB German energy group RWE aims to lift its market share in Croatia to 10 percent, the head of the company's Croatia business said on Friday, adding that the country's energy authorities need to do more to encourage sector investment.

UPDATE 1-Innogy says profit shortfall report "without foundation"

* Manager Magazin reports Innogy 1.5-2 bln euro profit shortfall

Germany's Innogy looks for cost cuts after CEO's departure

FRANKFURT German energy group Innogy is examining potential cost cuts across all parts of its business after its chief executive left in a dispute over the company's strategy.

UPDATE 1-Innogy enters U.S. wind market with 2 GW portfolio buy

* Innogy shares up 1.2 pct, parent RWE up 1.8 pct (Recasts, adds context, details)

UPDATE 3-Innogy's CEO Terium leaves group in wake of profit warning

* Innogy shares down 0.8 pct, RWE down 1 pct (Recasts, adds statement from parent RWE, updates shares)

Fitch: No Rating Impact on Greek Covered Bonds from RWE on Banks' Viability Ratings

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) MILAN/LONDON, December 19 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings says National Bank of Greece S.A.'s (NBG, RD/RD/ccc/RWE) and Piraeus Bank S.A.'s (Piraeus, RD/RD/ccc/RWE) mortgage covered bonds ratings are not affected by the Rating Watch Evolving (RWE) on the banks' Viability Ratings (VRs). The covered bonds are rated 'B' with Positive Outlook. On 14 December 2017 Fitch placed on RWE the banks' VRs, following the publication of the Exposure Draft: Bank

UPDATE 3-Npower forces Innogy to cut profit outlook, shares tumble

* Shares in parent RWE down 13.4 pct (Adds CFO, CEO comments, details on 2018 capex)

RWE on the lookout for more power plants - Rheinische Post

BERLIN German utility RWE is looking for opportunities to acquire more power plants, the head of its RWE Power division, Matthias Hartung, told German daily newspaper Rheinische Post.

UPDATE 1-RWE rallies on hopes for Innogy deal, less strict German climate policy

* End of German coalition talks may mean slower coal exit (Adds fund manager comment, background)

RWE rallies on hopes for Innogy deal, less stringent German climate policy

FRANKFURT Shares in German utility RWE rallied on Monday on renewed investor hopes for a deal for its Innogy unit as well as on expectations of a less stringent climate policy following the failure of coalition talks in Germany.

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