0NRE.IL - Enel SpA

IOB - IOB Delayed price. Currency in EUR
-0.18 (-2.91%)
At close: 06:28PM BST
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Previous close6.04
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range0.00 - 0.00
52-week range
Avg. volume5,017,016
Market cap59.57B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.92
PE ratio (TTM)18.91
EPS (TTM)0.31
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.40 (6.62%)
Ex-dividend date24 Jul 2023
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Enel CEO considers replacing CFO Alberto De Paoli -Bloomberg News

    Cattaneo, who was appointed as CEO earlier this month, is considering replacing De Paoli who has spent nearly a decade as the company's CFO, the report said citing people familiar with the matter. Stefano De Angelis is said to be the top pick for the post, the report added, with De Paoli likely remaining with the company in an executive position.

  • Reuters

    Italy's Enel to invest more than $1 billion in Oklahoma solar panel factory

    (Reuters) -Italy's Enel SpA said on Monday it will invest more than $1 billion in a solar cell and panel factory in Oklahoma, seeking to capitalize on a U.S. push to build a homegrown clean energy manufacturing sector to compete with China. It is also one of the first U.S. factories to produce silicon-based solar cells on a large scale. The investment is one of the biggest in solar manufacturing since the passage of U.S. President Joe Biden's landmark climate change law, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), last year.

  • Reuters

    Enel's CEO candidate aims to cut costs, confirm dividend policy - Bloomberg News

    Earlier this month, the Italian government decided on a board shake-up at the state-controlled company, proposing Flavio Cattaneo, currently executive vice president of high-speed train operator Italo, to succeed Francesco Starace as CEO and Paolo Scaroni, a former chief of Enel and Eni, as chairman. Shareholders, including those led by UK fund Covalis, challenged the Italian government's decision to shake up the company's board, calling the process "opaque" and demanding clarification from Rome.

  • Reuters

    Italy's Enel plans to add 10,000 public EV fast chargers in US by 2030

    Walmart Inc also announced plans last week for its own EV charging stations by 2030, following a pledge by U.S. President Joe Biden to build a network of 500,000 public EV chargers nationwide. In February, the Biden administration announced the final rules for the $7.5 billion federal program, requiring that the chargers be built in the country.

  • Oilprice.com

    BlackRock Sees More Value In EU Companies Than U.S. Stocks

    Blackrock, the world’s largest assets manager has said that European fourth-quarter earnings painted a picture of overall corporate health well beyond the region’s bedrock sectors of energy and banking

  • Reuters

    Italy's Enel to sell Romanian assets to Greece's PPC for $1.3 billion

    Including debt, the deal is valued at 1.9 billion euros, Enel said in a statement, adding that the transaction would generate a positive effect on its consolidated net debt of about 1.7 billion euros. In November Enel presented a 2023-25 strategic update saying it was planning asset sales worth 21 billion euros and aimed to lower its debt to 51-52 billion euros by the end of this year. Enel's deal with PPC is expected to close by the third quarter.

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  • Reuters

    Italy's Enel sells 50% of its grid services unit to CVC

    Italy's biggest utility, Enel SpA, said on Thursday it reached a deal to sell 50% of its grid service unit Gridspertise to private equity firm CVC for about 300 million euros ($293.37 million). The deal values the whole division at 625 million euros, a value that could increase to 1 billion euros when including potential deferred payments, Enel said. The announcement confirms a Reuters story last week quoting two sources with knowledge of the matter.

  • Reuters

    Brazil's power co Equatorial shares jump after deal for Enel's Celg-D announced

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) -Brazilian power company Equatorial Energia SA has agreed to acquire local electricity distributor Celg-D, a securities filing showed on Friday, ending the reign of Italy's Enel SpA over a firm that has long struggled with quality issues. Equatorial will pay 1.58 billion reais ($309 million) for Celg-D in a deal that also includes a 5.71 billion real debt restructuring, while Enel said it will book a loss of $990 million related to the transaction. Analysts liked the price and Equatorial shares surged as much as 7%, making it the top gainer on Brazil's Bovespa stock index, which was down 2%.

  • Bloomberg

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  • 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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  • Stockopedia

    How safe is Enel SpA's dividend?

    Given the uncertain economic outlook, it is difficult to assess whether previous dividend forecasts are still useful. Yet, dividend payouts are a vital part of...

  • Bloomberg

    Putin’s War Is Forcing Italy to Rethink Its Historic Ties to Russia

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