|Bid||1.5570 x 100000|
|Ask||0.0000 x 150000|
|Day's Range||1.5500 - 1.6010|
|52 Week Range||1.5500 - 3.3500|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||2.27|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||1.52|
|Earnings Date||Sep 26, 2018 - Sep 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Public Power Corp. (PPC) is seeking to tap bond markets later this year but declining profit are making that task harder, its top executive said on Wednesday. PPC, which is 51 percent state-owned, has struggled to shore up its finances after it was forced to make provisions for overdue bills left unpaid in austerity-hit Greece in recent years. Lower market share along with higher wholesale electricity prices and carbon emission costs have also weighed down on profit.
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Greece is poised to renew the term of the chief executive of its biggest power utility Public Power Corp (PPC) for a new three year term after no other candidates came forward. Manolis Panagiotakis has been CEO of PPC (DEHr.AT) since 2015 and his term, which ended in April, has been extended until a shareholders meeting due to take place on June 7. PPC said on Monday that Panagiotakis was the sole nomination for the post.
The board of Public Power Corp. (PPC), Greece's dominant power utility, approved the sale of its coal-fired units on Wednesday, fulfilling a condition of the country's latest international bailout which has drawn fierce protest from unions. Wednesday's meeting was held at a building accommodating the energy ministry and guarded by riot police after workers occupied PPC headquarters earlier this month, forcing the board to postpone another meeting on the sale. Athens and its lenders have agreed that PPC will divest about 40 percent of its coal-fired capacity to help open up the sector after an EU court ruled the utility abused its dominance in the coal market.
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Greece's dominant power utility Public Power Corp. (DEHr.AT)(PPC) postponed a board meeting on the sale of power stations scheduled for Thursday after workers occupied its headquarters to protest against the plan. Greek lawmakers last month approved legislation which allowed PPC to start selling 40 percent of its coal-fired capacity, a requirement of a multi-billion euro bailout accord between Athens and its international lenders. PPC's board was due to convene on Thursday in Athens to pave the way for the sale of three units and a licence for another one but the meeting was put off after workers occupied the building, the head of PPC's biggest trade union GENOP-DEH said.
Greek lawmakers on Wednesday approved the sale of power stations by Greece's dominant power utility Public Power Corp. (PPC) (DEHr.AT) after workers protested at what they call a "national crime". A majority of lawmakers voted in favour of the bill which paves the way for PPC to begin selling plants in May. It is a requirement of a multi-billion euro bailout accord between Greece and international lenders. Hundreds of PPC workers gathered outside parliament as lawmakers debated the legislation earlier on Wednesday, urging them not to allow what they said was "a fire-sale of the family silver".
The Greek government submitted a bill to parliament on Wednesday opening the way for the country's dominant power utility PPC to begin selling coal-fired plants in May, a move strongly opposed by workers who have threatened strikes in protest. Athens has agreed with its foreign creditors that Public Power Corp. (PPC) (DEHr.AT), which is 51 percent state-owned, will sell plants equal to about 40 percent of its coal-fired capacity this year. Greece, which is implementing reforms in exchange for loans from the European Union, will divest the capacity to comply with a European court ruling which said that PPC had abused its dominant position in the coal market.