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RWE AG is a holding company. The Company is a supplier of electricity and natural gas in Europe. The Company is engaged in lignite production; electricity generation from gas, coal, nuclear and renewables, and energy trading and electricity and gas distribution and supply, as well as in developing and providing energy management... (more)


Beta: 1.80
Market Cap(Mil.): $7,590.39
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 614.75
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --


  RWEOY.PK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 20.21 12.02
EPS (TTM): -3.62 -- --
ROI: -3.34 2.88 6.74
ROE: -31.45 6.04 11.69

Factbox: German utilities seek billions in nuclear lawsuits

FRANKFURT Germany's Constitutional Court ruled on Tuesday that the government's decision to accelerate the shutdown of nuclear plants violated some property rights, paving the way for damage claims by utilities and sending their shares higher.

8:34am EST

Demergers and destruction: activists press Europe conglomerates

AMSTERDAM The days of the European conglomerate may be numbered, as activist shareholders are pressing diversified groups to spin off secondary businesses and focus on doing one thing well.

Nov 29 2016

Factbox: European spin-offs and carve-outs

AMSTERDAM Corporate demergers range from the classic spin-off, in which existing shareholders are given shares in a business division which then trades as a separate company, to the carve-out, in which the division is sold to new investors via an initial public offering (IPO) - benefiting shareholders of the parent only indirectly.

Nov 29 2016

European shares edge up as oil rallies, utilities bounce

MILAN, Nov 15 European shares edged up on Tuesday helped by a surge in crude oil prices and a rebound in utilities, while telecoms equipment maker Nokia slumped on a disappointing earnings outlook update.

Nov 15 2016

European shares steady as utilities' bounce offset by weak miners

MILAN, Nov 15 European shares steadied on Tuesday as a rebound in utilities and crude prices was offset by sharp falls among mining stocks, while telecoms equipment maker Nokia slumped after a disappointing earnings outlook update.

Nov 15 2016

UPDATE 3-Germany's RWE warns that not done yet with cost cuts

* Shares down 1.9 pct (Adds details on cost cuts, group results, analyst)

Nov 14 2016

UPDATE 4-Innogy profit fall spells more trouble for RWE

* Interest rate expectations also weigh (Adds CFO comment, pressure from interest rate expectations)

Nov 11 2016

UPDATE 3-Innogy profit fall spells more trouble for parent RWE

* Innogy shares down 5 pct, RWE down 3.5 pct (Recasts, adds trader comment, context)

Nov 11 2016

UPDATE 2-Denmark's DONG Energy to get out of oil and gas business

* Maintains full-year profit forecast (Adds CEO, fund manager, analyst quotes, context)

Nov 08 2016

Urenco restructuring collapses as German owners block deal

AMSTERDAM/FRANKFURT Talks to restructure Urenco broke down after German utilities E.ON and RWE, which hold a third in the uranium enrichment firm, refused to agree to a deal that would have prevented a lucrative stock market listing in the future.

Nov 01 2016


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