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Innogy reports 2017 full earnings and 2018 forcast in line with December announcement2018/03/12
Shares opened 16% higher in line with E.ON´s takeover price of 40 per share and since then slipped back a little bit - Innogy reported EBIT of 2.816bn for 2017 and forecasts at least 2.7bn for 2018 and Net Income of 1.224bn for 2017 and confirmed forecast of NI of at least 1.1 bn for 2018. It will pay out 888mn in dividends for 2017 and plans the same dividend of 1.60 per share for 2018.
RWE up 8.85% at mid day trading, Innogy is up by 13.4% and E.ON up 5%2018/03/12
Win-Win Deal in German energy restructuring - RWE and E.ON both gain approx. 880 million in market cap, although possible cost savings alone should reach that level in absolute numbers. Innogy gains approx. 2.6bn in market cap but is still trading below the level it reached last November. According to the gain in market value of its 76.79% subsidiary RWE has gained 2bn in value today which is not reflected in its share price.
E.ON to buy 76.79% Innogy stake from RWE for 17bn (E.ON MCAP 18 bn) and prepares public tender to all shareholders2018/03/11
Innogy Market Cap valued at 22.22bn, Enterprise Value at 38bn - RWE becomes largest shareholder with 16.67% with contribution in-kind of 76.79% Innogy stake and 1.5bn in cash. Subsequently, RWE will takeover all Renewable Energy assets from new E.ON group plus KELAG stake and minority stakes in its nuclear power plants. E.ON aims to takeover all shares and de-lists company.
RWE and E.ON pool assets and organize along energy value chain2018/03/11
RWE transfers its 76.79% Innogy stake worth 17bn plus 1.5bn to E.ON in a 20% equity increase to become E.ON´s largest shareholder - the consideration includes the price paid to E.ON to buy-out all its and Innogy´s renewable assets to become the largest German RE generator. It further acquires minority stakes held by E.ON in some of RWE´s nuclear power plants to be shut down over the coming years and the strategic stake in Austria´s utility KELAG.
German green energy company Innogy attracts investors interest2018/02/28
Bloomberg reports about interest from competitor E.ON and from infrastructure investor Macquarie - Innogy shares still down 20% from peak reached on 8th Nov 2017 but gaines 10% from low on 6 Feb 2018. Innogy´s market cap is the same as for E.ON but twice as much as its 76% shareholder RWE.