IBDSF - Iberdrola, S.A.

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
9.69
-0.02 (-0.16%)
At close: 3:43PM EST
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Previous Close9.71
Open9.69
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range9.69 - 9.69
52 Week Range7.28 - 10.47
Volume5,253
Avg. Volume7,526
Market Cap58.917B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.43
PE Ratio (TTM)19.00
EPS (TTM)0.51
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.44 (4.56%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-07-05
1y Target EstN/A
  • Spain's Iberdrola to enter Australia with wind, solar power project
    Reuters

    Spain's Iberdrola to enter Australia with wind, solar power project

    Spanish power firm Iberdrola SA said on Friday it plans to make its first foray into the Asia-Pacific, building a A$500 million ($343 million) wind and solar farm in Australia. Iberdrola, which up to now has focused on Europe, the United States, Mexico and Brazil, has picked a site in South Australia, Australia's most wind power-reliant state, to build a 320 megawatt hybrid project. "We have spent several years studying the opportunities in Australia, and we now have a healthy initial pipeline of around 650 megawatts of wind and solar projects that we would like to develop," Iberdrola's director of renewable energy, Xabier Viteri, said in an emailed comment.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Iberdrola open to US, UK deals as steps up renewables drive

    Iberdrola will look at any deal opportunities in the United States and United Kingdom, its chairman said on Wednesday, as the Spanish energy giant accelerates an investment drive focused on renewables. "We have already done what we planned, and at this moment we are accelerating our investment to benefit from the opportunities of the energy transition and the resources it will provide for ourselves," Chairman Ignacio Galan said. The Financial Times reported this month that Iberdrola's U.S. unit Avangrid Inc was in talks to combine with PPL Corporation, although the companies have not confirmed this.

  • MarketWatch

    Iberdrola’s nine-month earnings rise

    The Spanish energy company said net profit for the first nine months of the year rose to 2.52 billion euros ($2.80 billion) from EUR2.09 billion a year earlier

  • Reuters

    Spain's Iberdrola core earnings rise 11.6%, on track on 2019 net profit forecast

    Spanish renewable energy giant Iberdrola on Wednesday posted an 11.6% rise in core earnings for the first nine months of 2019 and reiterated its growth guidance for the whole year. Supplying energy to more than 30 million people in Spain, the United States, Brazil and Britain, Iberdrola raked in core earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of 7.5 billion euros ($8.33 billion). Iberdrola confirmed it expected its net profit to rise at a double-digit rate in total in 2019.

  • Reuters

    Latin American issuers face steep learning curve on ESG loans

    Latin American banks and corporations are facing a steep learning curve as they turn to sustainable lending as a viable financing tool. As tackling climate change becomes a vital priority in the region, so does aligning environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies with borrowing needs. More exposure to these products could set off rapid growth in a region that is positioned to keep growing while ESG norms become more prominent.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Brazil awards contracts for 2.98 gigawatts of new power projects

    The Brazilian government awarded on Friday contracts for companies to build new power generation installations with combined capacity of 2.98 gigawatts, that will cost about 11.16 billion reais ($2.71 billion) to be built. According to the power trading chamber CCEE, the new plants, which will need to be operational in six years, will sell energy for an average price of 176 reais per megawatt, a 33% discount over the initial price at the auction. France's Voltalia, Norway's Statkraft and Brazil's Eneva are among the winning bidders.

  • Reuters

    Portuguese utility EDP draws up shortlist for hydro assets- sources

    LISBON/MADRID, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Portuguese utility EDP is expected to put Spain's Iberdrola, Norway's Statkraft and Austria's Verbund on a shortlist of final bidders for its hydro assets, three sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. The sale, led by Morgan Stanley and UBS, is part of a wider portfolio clean up as EDP wants to plough in more cash into its renewable energy business. It has drawn interest from other European utilities and investment funds including Enel, Engie, Macquarie and Brookfield, the sources said.

  • Iberdrola to sell 40% stake in UK wind project for 1.6 billion pounds
    Reuters

    Iberdrola to sell 40% stake in UK wind project for 1.6 billion pounds

    Spanish energy firm Iberdrola has agreed to sell a 40% share in British offshore wind project East Anglia One to the Green Investment Group, it said on Monday. Iberdrola will receive 1.63 billion pounds ($2 billion) for the 40% stake, it said. When East Anglia One is operational in 2020 it will be one of the world's largest wind farms, with a capacity of 714 megawatts or enough power 600,000 homes.

  • Singapore's Pavilion Energy to pay $130 million for Iberdrola's LNG assets
    Reuters

    Singapore's Pavilion Energy to pay $130 million for Iberdrola's LNG assets

    Singapore's Pavilion Energy said on Thursday its wholly owned subsidiary has agreed to buy Spanish energy company Iberdrola's portfolio of liquefied natural gas (LNG) assets. The portfolio comprises about 4 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of Iberdrola's long-term LNG sale and supply contracts, Pavilion said in a statement. The portfolio also includes long-term regasification capacity of about 2 mtpa at Britain's Grain LNG terminal, access to regasification capacity in Spain and on a pipeline between Spain and France, as well as the time-charter of a newly built LNG vessel.

  • Free scooter rides and EU power ballads, big firms pump up voters for EU polls
    Reuters

    Free scooter rides and EU power ballads, big firms pump up voters for EU polls

    By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - From Volkswagen to Spotify to Iberdrola, Europe's biggest firms are urging people to vote in key European Parliament elections this weekend amid concerns that an anti-EU ...

  • Reuters

    Power firms agree on route to close Spain's oldest nuclear plant

    Spain's main electricity providers have reached an agreement to renew the life of the country's oldest nuclear plant until its planned closure, the company operating the site said on Friday. The Almaraz plant in Western Spain hosts the first two nuclear reactors slated for closure in a calendar which foresees all seven in the country going offline between 2027 and 2035. Phasing out nuclear power, which provides about a fifth of Spain's electricity, is part of a package of energy market proposals that was one of the last initiatives of the Socialist government before parliament was dissolved before a general election next month.

  • CNBC

    Iberdrola starts work on $340 million Spanish solar plant

    The facility will be Iberdrola's first photovoltaic plant in Europe.

  • Reuters

    Brazil power company Neoenergia to seek banks to relaunch IPO -source

    SAO PAULO/BRASILIA, March 11 (Reuters) - Shareholders of Neoenergia SA will soon seek advisers to relaunch an initial public offering (IPO) by the Brazilian power company controlled by Spain's Iberdrola, a person with knowledge of the matter said on Monday. Minority partners Banco do Brasil and Brazilian pension fund Previ intend to partially sell their shares in the offering, added the source. Banco do Brasil and Previ declined to comment on the matter.

  • Reuters

    Spain's Iberdrola to speed up investment programme

    Spanish energy company Iberdrola said on Tuesday it will speed up its investment plans, the majority of which will be spent on its networks and renewables businesses, as part of its four-year strategy to 2022. The leading global wind energy producer said total spending in the period will amount to 34 billion euros ($38.61 billion), higher than the 32 billion euros it expected to spend. In its home market, where the outgoing Socialist government recently disclosed its draft proposal to decarbonise the economy, Iberdrola said it will spend 8 billion euros in the period, earmarking 4.2 billion euros for renewable assets.