|Bid||13.10 x 370000|
|Ask||13.11 x 1012000|
|Day's Range||13.10 - 13.21|
|52 Week Range||12.18 - 15.92|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||157.95|
|Dividend & Yield||0.95 (6.08%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
French oil major Total has overtaken rival Royal Dutch Shell to become the second-largest producer in the North Sea with its acquisition of Maersk's Norwegian and UK producing assets. The $7.45 billion deal by Total was welcomed by the market, with analysts saying it helped the French company rebalance its portfolio by adding assets in developed countries after going for projects in riskier places such as Iran and Russia.
Mozambique's government plans to set up a sovereign investment fund where taxes paid on sales of the country's minerals will be used to finance development projects, state-run AIM news agency said on Monday quoting the finance minister. Minister of Economy and Finance Adriano Maleiane said the new fund would have capital gains taxes paid on the sales of shares in the country's mineral resources as the main source of funding. AIM reported that the first money to go into the fund would likely be the $350 million in capital gains tax to be paid on the sale by Italian energy company ENI to the U.S. oil and gas giant ExxonMobil.
Categories: Europe Value Analsysis Yahoo FinanceClick here to see latest analysis Capitalcube gives Eni SpA a score of 25. Our analysis is based on comparing Eni SpA with the following peers – Total SA, ERG S.p.A., SARAS S.p.A. – Raffinerie Sarde, Royal Dutch Shell Plc Class B, Petroleo Brasileiro SA Pfd, Repsol SA and BP p.l.c. (TOT-IT, ERG-IT, SRS-IT, RDSB-NL, ... Read more (Read more...)