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Uniper SE (UN01.DE)

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38.10-0.35 (-0.91%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous close38.45
Open38.44
Bid38.03 x 0
Ask38.04 x 0
Day's range37.99 - 38.58
52-week range27.08 - 39.34
Volume229,157
Avg. volume252,418
Market cap13.948B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.78
PE ratio (TTM)19.14
EPS (TTM)1.99
Earnings date05 Nov 2021
Forward dividend & yield1.37 (4.42%)
Ex-dividend date20 May 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Uniper sells ahead 2022, 2023 German and Nordic power output

    German utility Uniper has sold large volumes of its future German hydropower output at below-market prices, slides for an analyst call showed on Friday. The company sold 90% of its German hydropower output for 2022 at an average price of 49 euros ($56.61) per megawatt hour (MWh), and 95% of the output for 2023 at an average of 51 euros/MWh, Uniper said as part of its January-September results, which were lifted by gas demand and price effects. Uniper, which is majority owned by Finland's Fortum, has achieved an average price of 41 euros for German output between January and September this year, while selling front months in the year-to-date at 46 euros.

  • EQS Group

    Uniper SE: Uniper raises earnings outlook for financial year 2021 in light of preliminary results for the first nine months

    Uniper SE / Key word(s): Preliminary ResultsUniper SE: Uniper raises earnings outlook for financial year 2021 in light of preliminary results for the first nine months21-Oct-2021 / 14:52 CET/CESTDisclosure of an inside information acc. to Article 17 MAR of the Regulation (EU) No 596/2014, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.Uniper expects adjusted earnings before interest and taxes (Adjusted EBIT) for the first nin

  • Reuters

    German utility Uniper could cut 1,200 jobs in service overhaul

    DUESSELDORF (Reuters) -German utility Uniper is planning to cut one in 10 jobs over the next few years, the group's works council head said, as it shifts services towards renewables and hydrogen and away from fossil fuel-based power plants, except its own. Harald Seegatz, who sits on Uniper's supervisory board, said the measures, which include power plant shutdowns, could affect at least 1,200 jobs, or about 10% of the total workforce. Sources had told Reuters earlier that Uniper, which is majority owned by Finland's Fortum, was preparing major job cuts.