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Lisbon - Lisbon Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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13.38-0.14 (-1.04%)
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Previous Close13.52
Bid11.95 x 10000
Ask12.30 x 110600
Day's Range13.35 - 13.53
52 Week Range10.31 - 14.85
Avg. Volume1,222,205
Market Cap11.1B
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
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  • Reuters16 days ago

    Exxon stumps up $2.8 bln for Mozambique gas gateway to Asia

    Exxon Mobil Corp, the world's biggest publicly traded oil producer, has agreed to pay Italy's Eni $2.8 billion for a 25 percent stake in a giant Mozambique gas field to strengthen its position supplying rich Asian markets. Eni is currently the operator of Mozambique's Area 4 licence which, with 85 trillion cubic feet of gas in place, is one of the world's largest gas discoveries in recent years. The offshore reserves - big enough to supply Germany, Britain, France and Italy with gas for nearly two decades - need a string of giant onshore and offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants whose proximity to fast-growing consumer markets in Asia make the project highly lucrative.

  • Reuterslast month

    Galp plans expansion in Brazil, raises earnings outlook

    LISBON/LONDON, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Galp Energia plans to expand further in Brazil, seeing access to plentiful resources at low costs in oil and gas exploration, and raised its earnings growth outlook saying reduced spending will help its bottom line. The company, which is mainly an oil refiner, cut back annual spending by 20 percent to between 0.8 billion and 1 billion euros ($850 to $1 billion) until 2021 as it accounts for weaker oil prices. This meant a weaker production growth forecast of 15-20 percent a year until 2021, down from 25-30 percent previously.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Lured by discounts, U.S. East Coast refiners snatch up Brazilian crude

    NEW YORK/HOUSTON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - U.S. East Coast refiners are on a Brazilian crude buying spree, market sources say, displacing West African cargoes as producers such as Royal Dutch Shell and Norway's Statoil sell rising output from fields off Brazil's coast. The uptick in Brazilian imports into the region comes as the only Latin America producer to increase output in recent years seeks markets close to home for the oil it is pumping from the massive offshore subsalt oilfields under development. February deliveries of Brazilian crude into the U.S. East Coast are expected to hit 2.4 million barrels, or 86,000 barrels-per-day, the highest monthly volume since at least 2009, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration and Reuters shipping data.