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RWE AG (RWEG.DE)

RWEG.DE on Xetra

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20 Apr 2018
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Fri, Apr 20 2018

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German utility deal faces snag as Macquarie eyes Innogy assets: sources

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF Investor Macquarie is interested in some assets of German energy firm Innogy , two people familiar with the matter said, potentially disrupting plans by parent RWE to break up the group with rival E.ON .

UPDATE 3-German utility deal faces snag as Macquarie eyes Innogy assets - sources

* RWE says selling Innogy in pieces is not an alternative (Adds RWE statement, updates share prices)

UPDATE 1-Steag expects more deals in Germany after RWE-E.ON swap

ESSEN, Germany, April 20 Local utility Steag expects more mergers and acquisitions in Germany's energy market following a landmark deal between E.ON and RWE to break up renewables and networks group Innogy .

Steag expects more deals in Germany after RWE-E.ON swap

ESSEN, Germany, April 19 Local utility Steag expects more mergers and acquisitions in Germany's energy market following a landmark deal between E.ON and RWE to break up renewables and networks group Innogy .

E.ON, RWE have no merger plans: CEOs in German paper

BERLIN RWE and E.ON are not planning to merge to create an energy giant after they shook up the German market with an asset swap, the chief executives of the two companies said in a newspaper interview published on Friday.

UPDATE 2-EnBW defends business model in light of RWE, E.ON asset swap

* Forecasts adj EBITDA of more than 3 bln euros by 2025 (Changes dateline, recasts, adds fresh CEO comment)

Bavaria plans now to keep 1.44 percent stake in E.ON: source

MUNICH The German federal state of Bavaria has dropped the idea of selling its 1.44 percent stake in E.ON following the utility group's deal with RWE to carve up Innogy , a government source said on Wednesday.

Innogy sticks to advertising strategy as break up looms

DUESSELDORF/FRANKFURT, March 19 Innogy, Germany's largest listed energy group said it will continue with its advertising strategy despite plans by parent RWE and peer E.ON to break it up.

Investors give E.ON edge after big German power deal

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF German utility E.ON is emerging as an investor favorite 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.

Investors give E.ON edge after big German power deal

FRANKFURT/DUESSELDORF, March 16 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.

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