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EDP - Energias de Portugal, S.A. (0OF7.IL)

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4.4020+0.0245 (+0.56%)
At close: 06:28PM GMT
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Previous close4.3775
Open4.4040
Bid4.3130 x 0
Ask4.4910 x 0
Day's range4.3640 - 4.4540
52-week range3.6800 - 7.0000
Volume2,982,692
Avg. volume2,348,151
Market cap17.375B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.53
PE ratio (TTM)27.51
EPS (TTM)0.1600
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.19 (4.21%)
Ex-dividend date26 Apr 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    EDP-Energias de Portugal profit flat, drought in Iberia weighs

    Portugal's largest utility EDP posted on Thursday a nine-month net profit little changed from a year ago as strong income growth in its wind and solar unit was offset by a sharp drop in hydroelectric generation in Iberia and high taxes. EDP-Energias de Portugal said in a statement its consolidated net income edged 1% higher to 518 million euros ($517 million) between January and September. The bottom line was hampered by a severe drought in Iberia that increased EDP's production costs, which, combined with an extraordinary tax on the energy sector in Portugal, caused a loss of 181 million euros in its domestic business after a profit of 160 million euros a year earlier.

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    Portugal's EDP swings to quarterly loss on Ukraine war impact, drought

    LISBON (Reuters) -Portugal's largest utility EDP-Energias de Portugal swung to a first-quarter loss of 76 million euros ($80 million) from year-ago profit of 180 million, hit by energy market turbulence due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine and a drought at home. EDP said in a statement that skyrocketing energy prices in the Iberian wholesale market and the drought had a 400-million-euro negative impact on its accounts. Chief Executive Miguel Stilwell said that despite a sharp drop in hydro generation, EDP "kept the selling price of electricity to customers at 60 euros per MWh, but had to buy it at 230 euros per MWh" in the Iberian wholesale market MIBEL.