|Bid||64.25 x 115200|
|Ask||64.30 x 81400|
|Day's range||63.95 - 66.00|
|52-week range||45.67 - 71.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||11.20|
|Earnings date||7 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.18 (2.13%)|
|1y target est||65.53|
An international summit Tuesday to mark the second anniversary of the Paris climate agreement has drawn world leaders, celebrities, companies and environmental groups to the French capital, all aiming ...
About 20 companies including Unilever, EDF and Iberdrola joined an international alliance of 26 nations on Tuesday pledging to phase out coal to combat global warming. At a climate summit hosted by French ...
Storebrand, Norway's biggest private pension fund, launched a $1.3 billion (975 million pounds) fossil-fuel-free bond programme on Tuesday and urged investors to do more to curb climate change. The bond fund adds to $2.1 billion equity funds run by Storebrand which also have no investments in fossil fuels. In total, Storebrand has a total $80 billion worth of assets under management.
The United States is committed to reducing greenhouse gas even though the Trump administration still plans to pull out of the Paris accord on fighting global warming, the top U.S. representative at international ...
BONN, Germany (Reuters) - Storebrand, Norway's largest private pension fund, said on Thursday it had dropped 10 coal companies including Germany's RWE AG (RWEG.DE) from its $80 billion (60.71 billion pounds) ...
Storebrand, Norway's largest private pension fund, on Thursday launched two new fossil-free funds and called on the government to cut the nation's exposure to coal and other fossil fuels. Norway's $900-billion sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest and built on oil and gas revenues, has sought to lead the shift from investment in coal, the most polluting fossil fuel, but it remains heavily exposed to oil and gas. Storebrand CEO Odd Arild Grefstad said getting out of fossil fuel would deliver the highest returns over the longer term, and Norway needed to diversify out of oil and gas as asset values there could suffer if more investors turn their back on them.