Dusseldorf - Dusseldorf Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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At close: 8:21AM CET
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Previous close31.93
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Day's range31.91 - 31.91
52-week range31.91 - 31.91
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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    UK GAS-Prompt prices turn negative as supply rises to meet demand

    Prompt British wholesale gas prices fell on Friday afternoon, reversing earlier gains as traders grew more confident supplies would be able to meet demand during a cold snap forecast for the next few days. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    UK GAS-Day-ahead price jumps as freezing temperatures return

    british wholesale gas for day-ahead delivery jumped on Friday as freezing temperatures is forecast return over the weekend and as cold weather is expected to last longer than previously thought. * Day-ahead ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Lost and found: new skills help U.K. young offenders tread straight path

    Edward Trainer was 17 when he got caught with "quite a bit of weed" and charged with possession with intent to supply. A different kind of grass keeps the 18-year-old occupied these days: with three other young offenders he mows lawns for the people of Liverpool. Trainer, whose name has been changed to protect his identity, works for the Skill Mill, a social enterprise that provides environmental services for Liverpool city council in northwest England.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices rise on lower weekend temperatures

    British wholesale gas prices rose on Thursday on expectations of a several degree drop in temperatures by the weekend. * Day-ahead gas rose by 3.00 pence to 61.00 pence per therm at 09GMT. * Within-day ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices fall on firm Norwegian supplies, mild weather

    British wholesale gas prices fell on Wednesday on strong supplies from Norway and warmer weather expected later in the month following cold snap two weeks ago. * Day-ahead gas fell by 2.35 pence to 64.00 ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices fall on mild weather and strong wind

    British wholesale gas prices fell on Tuesday, correcting gains made the previous day, and as mild temperatures and strong wind curbed gas demand. * Day-ahead gas fell by 3.40 pence to 66.10 pence per therm ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices soar on cooler weather forecasts, low storage levels

    British wholesale gas prices soared on Monday morning as updated weather forecasts predicted colder temperatures to come, while storage stocks remain depleted. * Day-ahead gas price up 16.20 pence, or ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Rock star Bono 'deeply sorry' over bullying claims at his charity

    Irish rock star Bono apologised at the weekend over claims that staff at an anti-poverty charity he set up were bullied and intimidated, in the latest case of staff misconduct at a leading global charity. Bono said he was "furious" to hear a string of accusations of bad conduct within the ONE charity's Johannesburg office, with former staff saying one woman was demoted when she refused to have sex with a foreign government official. Bono said he took some responsibility for the charity's head office failing to protect employees in Johannesburg with accusations spanning a four year period and offered to meet the victims to apologise in person.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices rise on low storage, late March's colder weather forecast

    Prices for British wholesale gas rose on Friday, despite milder weather expected in the coming days, driven by forecasts that temperatures will be lower than expected later in March and as storage levels ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    Amid sex scandals and #MeToo, women aid workers warn against 'culture of silence'

    Women working as humanitarian workers across 80 countries have called for major reforms in the industry as a sex scandal centred on British charity Oxfam rocks the aid sector. An open letter penned by four female aid workers attracted more than 1,000 signatures from other women in the sector, from Britain and the United States to Jordan, South Sudan and Haiti. "The women who are speaking out now hope to make international aid a better place for the women who work within it, and for those whose rights we campaign and advocate for," said the open letter to senior staff at aid charities.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    UK GAS-Spot price pressured by storage flows, oversupply

    British spot gas prices fell on Thursday as strong output from mid-range storage sites contributed to an oversupplied system. * Within-day gas was down 0.6 pence at 51 pence per therm by 0958 GMT. * Day-ahead ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    From pink planes to lions and baby's cots, whimsical photos tell trauma of rape

    While visiting her homeland of Mexico to film a documentary, Elisa (EUREX: 813397.EX - news) Iannacone took a break to visit family when someone she trusted, her cousin, raped her. "It was one of the things that happened and completely derailed my career and my life," Iannacone told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. Working as a photojournalist in conflict zones across Africa and the Middle East, Iannacone would cover trauma by seeking out confronting images in the hope that people would pay attention.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    Pregnant victims of trafficking in Britain lack adequate healthcare - report

    Poor physical and mental care is putting pregnant trafficking victims in Britain at increased risk of health complications, trauma and extreme poverty, campaigners said on Thursday. Nearly two in three trafficking victims who are pregnant – many as a result of rape – received no antenatal care before their third trimester, and a third had suicidal thoughts during pregnancy, according to a report by British charity Hestia. "If you've been controlled for most of your life and have lost your sense of agency, then it's incredibly difficult to trust someone and ask for help," said Patrick Ryan, chief executive of Hestia, in a phone interview.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    From boxing Barbie to 'suffragette' flashmob - world to mark International Women's Day

    A boxing Barbie doll, "suffragette" flashmob and Wikipedia edit-a-thon are among a host of quirky initiatives aimed at highlighting gender inequalities and overturning stereotypes on International Women's Day on March 8. In a year which has seen the birth of the #MeToo movement on sexual harassment and abuse, women around the world have been pushing for more rights and visibility.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    BUZZ-International Paper down after Smurfit rejection, BMO downgrade

    ** Shares of International Paper Co dropped more than 4 pct early Weds following Smurfit Kappa's takeover rejection, as well as BMO downgrade to "market perform" from "outperform" ** ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices slip as supplies recover, cold snap ends

    Prices for British wholesale gas slipped on Wednesday as supplies recovered after last week's minor outages which coincided with freezing temperatures, stretching flows to the market. * Within-day gas ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    BUZZ-Restaurant Group: best day in 9 months after "heavy-lifting" pays off

    ** Restaurant Group's shares shares up 10.4 pct, set for biggest one-day rise since end-May after slight FY beat ** Co's underlying pretax profit fell to 56.7 mln pounds in the year ended Dec. 31 from ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Smurfit Kappa rejects International Paper's $10 bln bid

    DUBLIN/NEW YORK, March 6 (Reuters) - Smurfit Kappa Group Plc , Europe's largest paper packaging producer, said on Tuesday it had rejected a takeover offer from U.S. peer International Paper Co, which the suitor later revealed was worth 8 billion euros ($10 billion). The acquisition would allow International Paper to significantly diversify its business beyond North America.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices edge up after drop from multi-year highs

    Prices for British wholesale gas edged up on Tuesday, underpinned by concerns over low storage levels, after the previous session's steep drop from multi-year highs that had been driven by freezing temperatures ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Europe's IPO hopefuls face investor caution over quality, price

    Europe is on course for its busiest start to the year for initial public offerings since 2015 but a jump in stock market volatility and a few IPO flops have made investors more discerning of where they put their cash. Ten IPOs have already hit stock markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa in 2018, raising $2.6 billion, an increase on the $1.2 billion raised in the same period a year earlier as deal sizes have increased, Thomson Reuters (Dusseldorf: TOC.DU - news) data showed.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    UK GAS-Prices plummet as temperatures rise, supplies strengthen

    Prices for British wholesale gas plummeted on Monday after a week of unusually cold weather had driven contracts to their highest in more than a decade. A rise in temperatures by some 10 degrees Celsius ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    Arctic blast saps British gas supplies, price hits high

    British gas prices spiked again in volatile trading on Friday as an ongoing cold snap raised concerns about supplies. "Today was absolute panic," one trader said, adding that it was "still a highly unusual situation" as prices for within-day gas delivery reached 350 pence per therm at one point, matching Thursday's more than 10-year record. Southern Britain could see average temperatures of 0 degrees Celsius, but they are forecast to rise to 5 degrees on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) and as high as 9 degrees on Monday, Britain's Met Office said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    UK GAS-Prompt prices tumble on weather outlook and supply rebound

    British wholesale gas prompt prices fell as much as 63 percent on Friday morning as forecasts for milder weather eased supply fears and National Grid said it should have sufficient gas. * Day-ahead gas ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    The robot helping ill kids to beat loneliness - and keep learning

    For children battling long-term illness, coping with physical pain is not their only challenge: being away from school also means missing out on time with friends, and that can be tough. Its job is to act as the eyes, ears and voice for children with long-term illnesses who cannot make it to class. It allows Elliot Smith to stay in touch with his friends and to keep up with his lessons.

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