EON Falls Most in Four Months on Concern Over Nuclear Exit Cost

  • Utility ready to take capital measures to fund atomic exit
  • Reiterates 2016 net income forecast of 1.5-1.9 billion euros

EON Steps Up Germany’s Nuclear Exit Agreement

EON SE fell the most in four months on concerns about how much new capital Germany’s largest utility will need to fund the nation’s exit from nuclear power. 

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