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Drax Group PLC (DRX.L)

DRX.L on London Stock Exchange

270.60GBp
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270.60
Open
273.20
Day's High
273.20
Day's Low
267.60
Volume
675,001
Avg. Vol
964,521
52-wk High
432.69
52-wk Low
259.80

About

Drax Group Plc is engaged in the electricity generation; electricity supply to business customers, and manufacturing of sustainable compressed wood pellets for use in electricity production. The Company's segments include Generation, which is engaged in the generation of electricity at Drax Power Station; Biomass Supply, which... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.37
Market Cap(Mil.): £1,216.35
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 396.20
Dividend: 0.06
Yield (%): --

Financials

  DRX.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 44.33 16.68 15.71
EPS (TTM): 0.07 -- --
ROI: 0.92 6.27 6.00
ROE: 1.58 12.28 10.48

UPDATE 2-Drax first half profit boosted by Iberdrola deal

* Dividend up 12.5% (Updates with CEO comment, dividend details)

Jul 24 2019

Drax first-half profit boosted by Iberdrola plants deal

July 24 British power generator Drax Group Plc on Wednesday reported a jump in adjusted core earnings for the first half, partly boosted by its purchase of gas, hydro and pumped storage power plants from Spain's Iberdrola SA .

Jul 24 2019

BUZZ-Drax: JPM sees small half-year loss on higher costs

** Shares of British power producer Drax Group Plc were down 2.2% at 269 pence

Jul 02 2019

UPDATE 2-Profits at Britain's Drax rise on higher renewable power output

Feb 26 Drax, Britain's third largest power generator, reported a 9 percent rise in full-year earnings on Tuesday, driven by higher renewable power generation from its biomass units.

Feb 26 2019

Drax profit rises 9 pct on higher biomass power generation, pellet output

Feb 26 British power producer Drax Group Plc reported a 9 percent rise in full-year core earnings on Tuesday, driven by higher levels of renewable power generation from its biomass units.

Feb 26 2019
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