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Acciona, S.A. (ANA.MC)

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151.20+2.90 (+1.96%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close148.30
Open149.20
Bid150.80 x 0
Ask151.00 x 0
Day's range148.30 - 151.90
52-week range85.15 - 151.90
Volume111,686
Avg. volume83,931
Market cap8.246B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.83
PE ratio (TTM)20.69
EPS (TTM)7.31
Earnings date04 Nov 2021
Forward dividend & yield3.92 (2.72%)
Ex-dividend date05 Jul 2021
1y target est82.20
  • Reuters

    Acciona targets valuation of $10.5 billion for its energy unit

    Spain's Acciona is targeting a valuation of 8.8 billion euros ($10.47 billion) for the listing of its renewable energy unit after marketing the deal at the lowest end of its original range, the company said in a statement on Tuesday. Acciona trimmed the price of shares in Acciona Energia, its most profitable unit, to 26.73 euros per share from an initial range of 26.73-29.76 euros, the statement, published on market supervisor CNMV, said, confirming an earlier Reuters report. The offering consists of 49,387,588 shares, or 15% of the company, plus 15% of the over-allotment option, listing up to 17.25% - down from initial plans to list up to 25% of the energy unit, plus 15% of the greenshoe option, which would have meant listing up to 28.75% of Acciona Energia.

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  • Reuters

    Acciona aims to value energy unit at up to $10.8 billion in IPO

    Acciona decided to trim the price at which it will sell shares in its most profitable unit to 26.73-27.50 euros per share, from an initial range of 26.73-29.76 euros. Acciona Energia is due to start trading on the Madrid stock market on July 1, in one of the biggest listings in a record year so far in Europe. Spurred by a global drive to reduce planet-warming carbon emissions, Acciona plans to use the proceeds to add to a renewable generation fleet currently dominated by wind farms in the United States, Australia, Spain, Chile and Mexico, by 2025.