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EnBW Energie Baden Wuerttemberg AG (EBKG.DE)

EBKG.DE on Xetra

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About

EnBW Energie Baden Wuerttemberg AG (EnBW) is a Germany-based holding company of the EnBW Group, operating in the energy sector. The core activities of EnBW are divided into three business areas: Electricity, Gas, and Energy and Environmental Services. The Electricity business area is divided into Electricity generation and... (more)
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Overall

Beta: 0.23
Market Cap(Mil.): €7,482.16
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 276.60
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  EBKG.DE Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 96.02 16.24 14.72
EPS (TTM): 0.28 -- --
ROI: 0.79 5.67 7.73
ROE: 2.93 13.60 11.85

EnBW to widen charging point network for electric cars-CEO

FRANKFURT, May 8 German utility EnBW is to expand its electric mobility activities as part of energy-related services, Chief Executive Frank Mastiaux said in a webcast of the company's annual general meeting on Wednesday.

May 08 2019

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

March 28 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1400 GMT on Thursday:

Mar 28 2019

Germany's EnBW to spend $13.5 billion in networks, renewables push

FRANKFURT EnBW on Thursday unveiled a 12-billion euro ($13.5 billion) investment plan and said it was close to acquiring French renewable group Valeco, as the German utility continues its strategy of moving away from fossil fuels.

Mar 28 2019

UPDATE 1-Germany's EnBW to spend $13.5 billion in networks, renewables push

* To propose div of 0.65 eur/shr (Recasts, adds CEO comments, Valeco takeover)

Mar 28 2019

German utility EnBW to expand trading, solar business: CFO

FRANKFURT German utility EnBW plans to expand further in energy trading and solar power to replace falling profit contributions from conventional energy sources, its chief financial officer Thomas Kusterer said in an interview published on Saturday.

Mar 02 2019
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