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Electricité de France S.A. (ECIFY)

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1.7600+0.0500 (+2.92%)
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Previous close1.7100
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range1.7400 - 1.7600
52-week range1.5200 - 3.0200
Avg. volume192,463
Market cap32.873B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.89
PE ratio (TTM)6.12
EPS (TTM)0.2874
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.13 (7.42%)
Ex-dividend date20 May 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Bloomberg

    EDF’s UK Nuclear Project Cost Swells, Pushing Start Further Back

    (Bloomberg) -- Electricite de France SA’s flagship Hinkley Point C nuclear plant project will cost more than expected and take longer to complete as the pandemic, supply-chain disruptions and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine boost the cost of materials and weigh on progress.Most Read from BloombergOne of the World’s Frothiest Housing Markets Turned Into a Seller’s Headache OvernightElon Musk Gets Defensive Over Twitter Meme as Harassment Report SurfacesChina in Talks With Russia to Buy Oil for Strat

  • Financial Times

    Hinkley Point C costs set to soar by another £3bn, warns EDF

    France’s EDF has warned that the costs of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant under construction in south-west England could balloon by an additional £3bn, while it also warned of further delays because of supply chain problems arising from Covid-19 lockdowns. It is now anticipated that the first of the two next-generation European Pressurised Reactors (EPR) being installed at Hinkley Point C will start generating electricity in June 2027 — a year later than previously scheduled — but EDF added that the “risk of further delay of the two units is assessed at 15 months”. When it was seeking support for the project in 2007, EDF had originally said that Britons would be cooking their Christmas turkeys on electricity from Hinkley Point C in 2017.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Hinkley Point C Update

    Hinkley Point C Update A review of the schedule and cost for the two Hinkley Point C reactors has been finalised1 and it has concluded: The start of electricity generation for Unit 1 is targeted for June 2027, the risk of further delay of the two units is assessed at 15 months, assuming the absence of a new pandemic wave and no additional effects of the war in Ukraine2.The project completion costs are now estimated in the range of £25Bn to £26Bn (2015)3. Under the terms of the Contract for Diffe