RWE.DE - RWE Aktiengesellschaft

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
19.31
-0.05 (-0.26%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close19.36
Open19.40
Bid0.00 x 410300
Ask0.00 x 177800
Day's range19.22 - 19.43
52-week range14.70 - 23.32
Volume2,685,123
Avg. volume4,016,930
Market cap11.762B
Beta0.94
PE ratio (TTM)7.54
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.50 (2.58%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-27
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus26 days ago

    British regulator lays out scope of SSE/Npower merger inquiry

    Britain's competition regulator on Tuesday set out more detail about what it intends to examine in its investigation of the tie-up between the retail power units of energy companies SSE (LSE: SSE.L - news) and Innogy’s Npower. * The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said earlier this month it had launched in-depth investigation into the tie-up between the companies, saying it may reduce competition and increase prices for some households. * On Tuesday, the CMA said it would consider the impact of the merger on the supply of gas and electricity to customers in Britain.

  • Europe’s Freezing Winter May Exacerbate Global Warming
    Bloomberglast month

    Europe’s Freezing Winter May Exacerbate Global Warming

    Europe wants its industry to burn more natural gas instead of coal to reduce global warming. Depleted gas stores after the coldest winter since 2012, coupled with pipeline constraints on flows from Russia and Norway, have driven prices to their highest level in at least five years. The result: generating electricity from gas is unprofitable for many utilities, according to Bloomberg calculations based on the cost of fuel, power and emission permits.

  • Norwegian Gas Exporter Warns Europe May Be on Verge of Blackouts
    Bloomberglast month

    Norwegian Gas Exporter Warns Europe May Be on Verge of Blackouts

    Europe is facing power generation capacity shortages and may even risk blackouts without additional use of natural gas, one of the continent’s biggest producers of the fuel said. “A severe shortage” in generation capacity is expected in the U.K., Germany, and Belgium, Tor Martin Anfinnsen, senior vice president for marketing and trading at Statoil ASA, said in an interview at a conference in Amsterdam on Tuesday. “Is that what we will see in Europe in power generation as well?

  • Coal at Record in Europe Is Latest Pressure on Utility Earnings
    Bloomberglast month

    Coal at Record in Europe Is Latest Pressure on Utility Earnings

    China’s thirst for energy is roiling markets in Europe, jolting the outlook for coal-hungry utilities as they struggle to cope with tighter pollution and environmental rules. Coal for delivery next year in Northwest Europe touched a record $90.65 a ton on Tuesday, a fifth consecutive day of gains that together with higher costs on carbon emissions lifted the price of electricity in the process. China’s power generation needs has drawn in more cargoes of both coal and liquefied natural gas, diverting supplies away from Europe.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    E.ON can walk away from Innogy deal if too many assets sold -RWE

    E.ON has the right to walk away from an agreed deal to break up Innogy should it sell single assets worth more than 150 million euros or assets worth a combined 450 million, RWE's finance chief said. Talking ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Innogy CEO says losing staff due to split-up fears

    FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, May 14 (Reuters) - Innogy CEO Uwe Tigges acknowledged on Monday that staff are leaving ahead of a merger that will see parent RWE (IOB: 0FUZ.IL - news) and rival E.ON split up the German energy company. The deal to split up of Innogy's renewables, networks and retail operations has sparked fears among management and workers, who fear they might have to bear the brunt of up to 5,000 job cuts E.ON is planning as part of the asset swap. Innogy, RWE and E.ON last week agreed with unions to cut jobs in a socially responsible way, a step that Innogy said went in the right direction.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    E.ON to squeeze out Innogy minorities if offer successful -CFO

    German utility E.ON is planning to squeeze out minority shareholders if its takeover offer for peer Innogy is successful, Chief Financial Officer Marc Spieker told Reuters. E.ON earlier on Friday published ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK watchdog threatens full investigation into SSE, Npower utility merger

    Britain's competition watchdog said the planned merger of SSE (LSE: SSE.L - news) 's retail power and gas business in the UK with Npower, owned by German rival Innogy , could lead to higher prices for customers and warrants further scrutiny. The watchdog said the merger would be referred for a longer Phase 2 investigation unless the parties offer acceptable undertakings to address the competition concerns. "We know that competition in the energy market does not work as well as it might," said Rachel Merelie, senior director at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

  • M&A in Clean-Energy Loving Germany Could Sully Green Bonds
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    M&A in Clean-Energy Loving Germany Could Sully Green Bonds

    Angela Merkel’s clean-energy push may turn out to be less ‘green’ than expected for bondholders caught up in the upheaval of Germany’s energy industry.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Innogy takes stake in Irish offshore wind project Dublin Array

    German Innogy on Monday said it was working with Ireland's Saorgus Energy to develop a 600 megawatt Dublin Array offshore wind project, adding it had taken an equal share in the asset. "I am delighted ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Investors give E.ON edge after big German power deal

    FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, March 16 (Reuters) - German utility E.ON is emerging as an investor favourite following a major asset swap deal with rival RWE this week, with its eye-popping share of regulated profits outshining RWE's riskier bet on renewables. Following the deal, announced on Sunday, shares in both companies soared, as did those in RWE's networks and renewables business Innogy, which will be broken up as part of the deal and whose assets will split among E.ON and RWE. "E.ON is the winner," said Thomas Hechtfischer, managing director of shareholder advisory group DSW (Frankfurt: A0ER4S - news) , which usually represents roughly 1 percent of voting rights at the annual general meetings of E.ON and RWE.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Tech keeps on rising, but watch earnings growth

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Kit Rees. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Here's another "peak growth" trade: utilities

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Kit Rees. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    E.ON, RWE get fresh boost from dividend, profit outlook

    German energy groups E.ON and RWE on Tuesday fleshed out their plans to break up RWE's Innogy business, predicting higher profits and dividends as a result of a more focused corporate structure. E.ON forecast annual operating profit to rise by an average 3 to 4 percent over the next three years, while RWE flagged a bigger than expected dividend for 2019, driving shares in E.ON to the top of Germany's blue-chip index. The two companies announced plans to carve up networks, renewables and retail energy firm Innogy, in which RWE holds a 76.8 percent stake, and divide its assets between them in a reshaping of Germany's power sector.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    European shares sag after Trump ousts U.S. chief diplomat

    European shares closed firmly in negative territory on Tuesday as the euro rose against a faltering dollar after U.S. President Donald Trump fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. "There is the Tillerson effect and there's the euro-dollar effect," said Oddo Securities trader Mikael Jacoby, noting that investors probably saw Tillerson's removal as a good reason to take some profits after six trading days of gains. The departure of Gary Cohn as President Donald Trump's top economic adviser and worries about a possible global trade war had already sent jitters through global financial markets.

  • Germany's Energy Giants Place Opposing Bets in $27 Billion Deal
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Germany's Energy Giants Place Opposing Bets in $27 Billion Deal

    Germany’s largest energy companies set out opposing views on how to profit from selling electricity in their 22 billion-euro ($27 billion) reshuffling of the industry.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Germany's 2017 oil output fell 6 percent, gas down 8 percent

    Germany produced 2.2 million tonnes of oil in 2017, six percent less than in the previous year, while natural gas output fell by eight percent to 7.3 billion cubic metres , industry association BVEG data ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    E.ON CEO confident Innogy deal will clear regulatory hurdles

    E.ON Chief Executive Johannes Teyssen said on Tuesday he was confident that regulators would approve a plan to split up peer RWE's Innogy business, creating two strong energy sector players out of three ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    European shares crawl higher as investors eye U.S. inflation data

    European shares edged higher on Tuesday, with trading muted as investors awaited the latest inflation figures from the United States, while results drove big moves in Iliad and E.ON. French telecoms company ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    LIVE MARKETS-What's on the radar before the European open

    Welcome to the home for real time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Helen Reid. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market ...

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