EDF.PA - Electricité de France S.A.

Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
10.265
+0.210 (+2.089%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous close10.055
Open10.085
Bid11.345 x 8000
Ask11.700 x 50000
Day's range10.020 - 10.510
52-week range7.331 - 12.480
Volume4,744,653
Avg. volume3,752,145
Market cap29.615B
Beta0.71
PE ratio (TTM)10.85
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.10 (9.33%)
Ex-dividend date2016-10-05
1y target estN/A
  • UK government failed to protect consumers over Hinkley nuclear deal – MPs
    Reuters11 hours ago

    UK government failed to protect consumers over Hinkley nuclear deal – MPs

    Britain's government failed to protect energy consumers when agreeing a deal to build the Hinkley C nuclear power station and should reevaluate the case for investing in more atomic plants, a UK parliamentary committee said on Wednesday. The government is trying to reduce household energy prices and is under pressure from suppliers, who say policy costs are partly responsible for spiralling bills. "Its blinkered determination to agree the Hinkley deal ... means that for years to come energy consumers will face costs running to many times the original estimate," said Meg Hiller, chair of the cross-party Public Accounts Committee, which published a report on the Hinkley deal on Wednesday.

  • Energy bills dealt 'bad hand' by Hinkley nuclear deal - MPs' report
    Sky News13 hours ago

    Energy bills dealt 'bad hand' by Hinkley nuclear deal - MPs' report

    The Government has been accused of "blinkered determination" to secure the country's first new nuclear power station in a generation at any price. The accusation was made in a report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) which said it was clear households had been dealt a "bad hand" by the cost of the so-called strike price - the fixed cost for electricity generated.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 hours ago

    UK govt failed to protect consumers over Hinkley nuclear deal – lawmakers

    Britain's government failed to protect energy consumers when agreeing a deal to build the Hinkley C nuclear power station and should reevaluate the case for investing in more atomic plants, a UK parliamentary committee said on Wednesday. The government is trying to reduce household energy prices and is under pressure from suppliers, who say policy costs are partly responsible for spiralling bills. "Its blinkered determination to agree the Hinkley deal ... means that for years to come energy consumers will face costs running to many times the original estimate," said Meg Hiller, chair of the cross-party Public Accounts Committee, which published a report on the Hinkley deal on Wednesday.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Exclusive - Westinghouse discussing group bid for Saudi nuclear tender: sources

    RIYADH/PARIS (Reuters) - Toshiba-owned Westinghouse is in talks with other U.S-based companies to form a consortium to bid in a multi-billion-dollar tender for two nuclear power reactors in Saudi Arabia, three industry sources said. Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil producer, sent a request for information (RFI) to reactor builders worldwide last month in a first step towards opening a formal tender, Reuters has reported. A nuclear newcomer, it wants to use atomic power to generate electricity at home so it can export more crude.

  • Reutersyesterday

    EDF reports quality control failings regarding some rods at nuclear reactors

    EDF (EDF.PA) said on Tuesday it had been informed about shortcomings found in quality controls on a small number of rods installed at its French nuclear sites. EDF said the discovery was made by nuclear equipment manufacturer Areva on 14 of 2,600,000 rods installed at its reactors across France. "Areva notified the EDF Group of quality control deviations on certain rods used to manufacture fuel assemblies.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Centrica to scrap standard tariff to fend off energy price cap

    Centrica (Frankfurt: A0DK6K - news) is to scrap a higher rate tariff for new customers as part of industry efforts to see off price caps threatened by the government and said it had no plans to follow rivals and spin off its retail energy business. Prime Minister Theresa May said in October she would impose controls to tackle what she called "rip-off energy prices" - home power bills have doubled in Britain over the past decade to an average of about 1,200 pounds ($1,590) a year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    China-designed UK nuclear reactor plan clears first assessment stage

    The first Chinese-designed atomic reactor for use in Britain moved a step closer to fruition on Thursday as the UK nuclear regulator said it had completed the first stage of its assessment of the technology. General Nuclear Services, an industrial partnership between China General Nuclear Power Corp (CGN) and French utility EDF (Swiss: EDF.SW - news) , hopes to use the design at a nuclear plant planned to be built in Essex, eastern England. CGN intends to make a number of investments in Britain's nuclear power sector, most notably the new Hinkley Point C project in southwest England.

  • MarketWatch9 days ago

    European stocks end lower for 5th straight session as Brexit worries, earnings weigh

    European stocks were dragged lower Monday, with the new trading week getting under way with a warning from French electricity company Electricite de France SA and concerns about Brexit weighing on growth ...

  • Poor earnings updates keep European shares at seven-week low
    Reuters9 days ago

    Poor earnings updates keep European shares at seven-week low

    The pan-European STOXX 600 (.STOXX) was 0.7 percent lower at its close, with almost every sector ending in negative territory. France's EDF was the biggest faller on the day, dropping more than 10 percent after lowering its 2018 earnings and cash flow forecasts. Exane BNP Paribas affirmed its underperform rating on EDF.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Poor earnings updates keep European shares at 7-week low

    France's EDF was the biggest faller on the day, dropping more than 10 percent after lowering its 2018 earnings and cash flow forecasts. This was due to lower than expected power consumption, lower availability of some of its nuclear reactors in early 2018 and a drop in capacity compensation in Britain.

  • France's Famous Nuclear Juggling Act
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    France's Famous Nuclear Juggling Act

    EDF is trying to keep a lot of radioactive plates in the air.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Innogy cuts value of lossmaking UK retail arm npower by $560 mln

    German utility Innogy cut 480 million euros ($560 million) off the value of its British electricity and gas supply business npower on Monday, warning more impairment charges could come after this month's deal to merge the unit with rival SSE (LSE: SSE.L - news) 's bigger retail arm. "For some time now our business in the UK is facing immense competition and regulatory risks. The goodwill impairment charge, which cuts npower's value by 10.5 percent to 4.08 billion euros, comes less than a week after Innogy and SSE announced plans to merge their UK retail power businesses and list the new entity on the stockmarket.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    FTSE outperforms steady open for European shares; EDF slumps

    European shares steadied in early deals on Monday after losses last week but Britain's top FTSE 100 index rose as the pound weakened on British press reports of a building mutiny against Prime Minister ...

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Russia's Rosatom hopes to win Saudi nuclear plants' tender

    Russian state nuclear company Rosatom hopes to win a tender announced by Saudi Arabia to build nuclear plants in the kingdom, Alexei Likhachyov, head of Rosatom, told reporters. "As far as I understand, they (Saudi Arabia) should make a decision next year about the construction and a constructor. Rosatom has sent initial proposals to Saudi Arabia for nuclear power generation and would make a bid if a tender is announced, the company said earlier this month.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Russia's Rosatom hopes to win Saudi nuclear plants' tender

    Russian state nuclear company Rosatom hopes to win a tender announced by Saudi Arabia to build nuclear plants in the kingdom, Alexei Likhachyov, head of Rosatom, told reporters. "As far as I understand, they (Saudi Arabia) should make a decision next year about the construction and a constructor. Rosatom has sent initial proposals to Saudi Arabia for nuclear power generation and would make a bid if a tender is announced, the company said earlier this month.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    UK power market ripe for more mergers after SSE deal

    LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A deal to merge the British retail power businesses owned by SSE (SSE.L) and Germany's Innogy (IGY.DE) could pave the way for more industry consolidation as pressures mount on the big suppliers in an increasingly crowded market. SSE and Innogy said on Wednesday they planned to join forces in Britain to create a company with $14 billion (£10.7 billion) in sales, which would reduce the country's "Big Six" energy providers to five if the deal is approved by competition authorities. The new company would be the second largest player in Britain's retail power market with a 23 percent market share, behind Centrica's (CNA.L) British Gas which has 27 percent.

  • Nuclear industry acts on 'no deal' Brexit as MPs plot Euratom rebellion
    Sky Newslast month

    Nuclear industry acts on 'no deal' Brexit as MPs plot Euratom rebellion

    The British nuclear industry is activating plans to relocate some nuclear material and components around Europe, Sky News understands. The move comes in anticipation of a failure to replace the UK's existing trading arrangements with Europe and the globe before Britain leaves the EU in March 2019. Executives are now planning for potential legal barriers to the highly controlled movement of nuclear parts and materials into and out of the United Kingdom after Brexit.

  • Reuterslast month

    UK big six energy firms lost record number of customers in Sept – data

    Britain's big six energy firms lost a record number of customers in September to smaller challengers, data from industry group Energy UK showed. A total of 163,274 customers switched from the Big Six, the data published this week showed, ramping up pressure on energy companies already facing the introduction of a price cap on their most common tariffs. Britain's energy market is dominated by the so-called big six including Centrica's ,(CNA.L) British Gas, SSE (SSE), Iberdrola's (IBE.MC) Scottish Power, Innogy's npower (IGY.DE), E.ON (EONGn.DE) and EDF Energy (EDF.PA), which account for about 85 percent of the retail electricity market.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK big six energy firms lost record number of customers in Sept – data

    Britain's big six energy firms lost a record number of customers in September to smaller challengers, data from industry group Energy UK showed. A total of 163,274 customers switched from the Big Six, ...

  • Reuterslast month

    The U.S. solar industry's new growth region: Trump country

    President Donald Trump's administration has vowed to revive the coal industry, challenged climate-change science and blasted renewable energy as expensive and dependent on government subsidies. Data provided to Reuters by GTM Research, a clean energy market information firm, shows that eight of the 10 fastest-growing U.S. solar markets between the second quarters of 2016 and 2017 were Western, Midwestern or Southern states that voted for Trump, with Alabama and Mississippi topping the list.

  • Reuterslast month

    UK ask regulator to set price cap to mend "broken energy market"

    Prime Minister Theresa May first proposed a price cap on the energy sector earlier this year, the biggest market intervention since its privatisation almost 30 years ago. "I have been clear that our broken energy market has to change – it has to offer fairer prices for millions of loyal customers who have been paying hundreds of pounds too much," May said on Thursday. The draft bill published on Thursday said the price cap would initially last until 2020, with the potential to be extended by up to three years if needed.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK ask regulator to set price cap to mend "broken energy market"

    Prime Minister Theresa May first proposed a price cap on the energy sector earlier this year, the biggest market intervention since its privatisation almost 30 years ago. "I have been clear that our broken energy market has to change – it has to offer fairer prices for millions of loyal customers who have been paying hundreds of pounds too much," May said on Thursday. The draft bill published on Thursday said the price cap would initially last until 2020, with the potential to be extended by up to three years if needed.

  • Reuterslast month

    UK energy price cap should allow 'headroom' to protect competition - minister

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's newly-announced retail energy price cap should allow providers enough 'headroom' to compete within the market, business minister Greg Clark said on Thursday following the publication ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK energy price cap should allow "headroom" to protect competition - minister

    Britain's newly-announced retail energy price cap should allow providers enough "headroom" to compete within the market, business minister Greg Clark said on Thursday following the publication ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Britain asks Ofgem to devise consumer energy price cap plan

    Britain said on Thursday it would ask the regulator Ofgem to devise a price cap for consumer energy tariffs, but did not provide any specific details on how the cap would work for suppliers trying to gauge the impact on their business. The business department set out its draft legislation, saying the price cap would initially last until 2020, with the potential to be extended by up to three years if needed.

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