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Eni SpA (ENI.MI)

Milan - Milan Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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15.49+0.09 (+0.58%)
As of 9:35AM CET. Market open.
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Previous close15.40
Bid15.49 x
Ask15.50 x
Day's range15.42 - 15.52
52-week range10.93 - 15.92
Avg. volume16,321,736
Market cap55.78B
PE ratio (TTM)-6.24
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.89 (5.42%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters21 hours ago

    UK export agency signs first loan deal in Africa for Ghana energy project

    Britain's credit export agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF), signed its first direct loan deal in Africa on Monday, providing $310 million to GE Oil & Gas to supply equipment for an oil and gas project in Ghana. UKEF's loan and credit facility is part of a wider $1.35 billion financing for the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) project, developed by Eni, Vitol Ghana Upstream and the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation. The $7.9 billion project will tap offshore oil and gas resources and provide fuel for gas-fired power plants in Ghana.

  • Financial Times6 days ago

    [$$] Church of England launches climate change ranking

    The investment arms of the Church of England, the Environment Agency Pension Fund and several high-profile asset managers have launched an initiative to identify companies that pose the biggest climate ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    New oil projects to double in 2017, WoodMac says

    Oil and gas companies will increase spending in 2017 and more than double new project developments as they gain confidence that a two-year oil price slump is behind them, consultancy Wood Mackenzie said. The upbeat outlook follows a more than 20 percent rise in benchmark crude oil prices in the past two months to around $55 a barrel on the back of an agreement by major producers to trim output. "We've just come through two years of gloom and lots of costs cutting and now we are cautiously optimistic there will be a start of recovery in 2017," Malcolm Dickson, a principal oil and gas analyst at Wood Mackenzie, said.