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Iberdrola, S.A. (IBE.MC)

MCE - MCE Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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7.006-0.06 (-0.81%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
Interactive chart
Previous close7.063
Bid6.975 x 863400
Ask7.040 x 9000
Day's range6.972 - 7.059
52-week range4.800 - 7.066
Avg. volume24,604,155
Market cap44.15B
PE ratio (TTM)16.96
EPS (TTM)0.41
Earnings date20 Jul 2017
Dividend & yield0.31 (4.02%)
Ex-dividend date2016-07-05
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    UK energy price cap could mean job cuts, Innogy exit from UK market-Deutsche Bank

    British Prime Minister Theresa May's proposal to cap household energy prices if she is re-elected in June could mean a 600 million pound a year hit to the earnings of the country's "Big Six" energy companies and thousands of job cuts, Deutsche Bank (IOB: 0H7D.IL - news) said on Monday. The squeeze on margins could also potentially push Innogy , which owns Npower, to exit the UK retail market altogether, the bank said. The British market is dominated by six big providers - Centrica (Frankfurt: A0DK6K - news) , SSE (LSE: SSE.L - news) , Scottish Power, Innogy-owned Npower, E.ON and EDF Energy - which account for about 85 percent of the retail electricity market.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    Businesses bolster cyber defenses for new ransomware attacks

    TORONTO/FRANKFURT, May 13 (Reuters) - Businesses around the world scrambled on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) to prepare for a renewed cyber attack, convinced that a lull in a computer offensive that has stopped car factories, hospitals, schools and other organizations in around 100 countries was only temporary. The pace of the attack by a destructive virus dubbed WannaCry slowed late on Friday, after the so-called "ransomware" locked up more than 100,000 computers, demanding owners pay to $300 to $600 get their data back. Symantec predicted infections so far would cost tens of millions of dollars, mostly from cleaning corporate networks.

  • Reuters - UK Focus14 days ago

    Hackers exploit stolen U.S. spy agency tool to launch global cyberattack

    LONDON/MADRID, May 12 (Reuters) - A global cyberattack leveraging hacking tools widely believed by researchers to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency hit international shipper FedEx (Swiss: FDX-USD.SW - news) , disrupted Britain's health system and infected computers in nearly 100 countries on Friday. Cyber extortionists tricked victims into opening malicious malware attachments to spam emails that appeared to contain invoices, job offers, security warnings and other legitimate files.