0LD0.L - Engie SA

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in EUR
-0.03 (-0.26%)
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Previous close11.42
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Day's range11.39 - 11.43
52-week range11.39 - 11.43
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Beta (5Y monthly)1.02
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  • Business Wire

    Chula Vista Elementary School District Unveils $32M Solar and Microgrid Project with ENGIE

    CHULA VISTA, Calif. & HOUSTON, October 12, 2022--Chula Vista Elementary School District and ENGIE North America (ENGIE) today announced the completion of the District’s solar project. The District now has 8.1 megawatts of solar installed across 48 sites and is finalizing the installation of a microgrid system. The microgrid is located at the Education Service and Support Center and powered through solar and batteries to provide backup emergency power to the District’s IT department, additional s

  • Bloomberg

    Macron Seeks Warmer Algeria Ties, But a Gas Deal Is Elusive

    (Bloomberg) -- Emmanuel Macron travels this week to Algeria, a former French colony and one of the world’s largest gas producers. But it’s unlikely the French president will return with the one thing that has European leaders scouring the globe for: commitments for alternative supplies of liquefied natural gas. Most Read from BloombergBiden Unveils Plan to Free Students from ‘Unsustainable Debt’A 129-Foot Superyacht Worth Millions Sinks Off the Italian CoastSix Months of Putin’s War Unravels Rus

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  • Reuters

    Utility Engie prepared for less Russian gas as profits surge

    PARIS (Reuters) -French utility Engie said on Friday it was well prepared for a reduction in deliveries of Russian gas, as its first-half profits surged on the back of higher energy prices. Engie added it was working with the Belgian government on possibly extending operations at two nuclear units. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has thrown the spotlight on the Europe's reliance on Russian gas, prompting a scramble to find alternative energy sources.

  • Reuters

    Belgium reaches initial deal with Engie to prolong nuclear power

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Belgium has reached an initial accord with French utility group Engie to extend the use of nuclear power by 10 years after Russia's invasion of Ukraine forced the government to rethink plans to rely more on natural gas. Engie's subsidiary Electrabel and the Belgian state signed a "non-binding letter of intent" and aimed to negotiate a binding legal agreement by the end of 2022, the government and Engie said on Friday. Belgium was to have exited nuclear power entirely in 2025, but now wants to extend the lives of its two newest reactors, Doel 4 and Tihange 3, with a restart in November 2026.

  • Bloomberg

    French Shipping Billionaire Slams Lawmakers’ Windfall Tax Plan

    (Bloomberg) -- The billionaire head of shipping giant CMA CGM SA pushed back against a plan by some French lawmakers for a windfall tax on excessive corporate profits to fund measures to soften the impact of inflation on households.Most Read from BloombergAmericans Who Can’t Afford Homes Are Moving to Europe InsteadThese Are the World’s Most (and Least) Powerful Passports in 2022ECB Rushes to Tighten as Half-Point Hike Matched by Crisis ToolBiden Contracts Covid as Pandemic Shows Its Staying Pow

  • Bloomberg

    Mexico Blocks European Solar and Wind Plants to Favor State Utility

    (Bloomberg) -- France’s Engie SA, Italy’s Enel SpA and Spain’s Acciona Energia SA are among the foreign companies that Mexico’s energy regulator has blocked from operating wind and solar plants as the government seeks to concentrate power in the hands of the state utility.Most Read from BloombergChinese Homebuyers Across 22 Cities Refuse to Pay MortgagesUS Inflation Quickens to 9.1%, Amping Up Fed Pressure to Go BigFed Could Weigh Historic 100 Basis-Point Hike After Inflation ScorcherThe 10 Wors

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    Ukraine Latest: At Least 18 Dead After Missile Strike on Mall

    (Bloomberg) -- A Russian missile strike on a mall in central Ukraine left at least 18 people dead and dozens injured, authorities said. Group of Seven leaders branded the attack a war crime. Most Read from BloombergRussia Slips Into Historic Default as Sanctions Muddy Next StepsBig Tech Sinks Stocks Bruised by Recession Jitters: Markets WrapMichael Burry of ‘The Big Short’ Fame Warns Fed May Alter CourseChina Cuts Travel Quarantine in Biggest Covid Zero Shift YetA $2 Trillion Free-Fall Rattles C

  • Stockopedia

    Should holders of Engie SA expect a dividend payout?

    Dividend payouts are a vital part of the return that investors get from owning stocks over time. But with new economic, it has become difficult to assess wheth...

  • Bloomberg

    Gas Rationing Is Getting Closer for Europe

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  • Bloomberg

    Ukraine Latest: Australia Joins Regional Leaders in NATO Visit

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  • Bloomberg

    Draghi Says Russia Only Offers ‘Lies’ to Explain Gas Cuts

    (Bloomberg) -- Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi said Russian statements that its gas cuts to Europe are due to technical reasons are lies, a view he said is shared by several partners including Germany.Most Read from BloombergChina Says It May Have Detected Signals From Alien CivilizationsMusk, Tesla, SpaceX Are Sued for Alleged Dogecoin Pyramid Scheme'Drip Pricing' Is Turning Checkout Into a Nasty SurpriseStocks Soar as Sentiment Calms After Fed’s Promise: Markets WrapBiden Signals US Can Av