EON Steps Up Germany’s Nuclear Exit Agreement

EON SE fell the most in almost three months on concerns about how much new capital Germany’s largest utility will need to fund the nation’s exit from nuclear power. The Essen-based utility is “ready to take measures” to protect its balance sheet under a decommissioning agreement with Germany, Chief Financial Officer Michael Sen said in a Bloomberg Television interview with Francine Lacqua. EON earlier reported a 30 percent increase in first quarter underlying net income that beat analyst estimates.

Why Great Wall Cooled Talk of a Jeep Bid
58:40 - Bill Russo, managing director of GAO Feng Advisory Company, discusses Great Wall's pullback from talk of a Jeep bid and what it means for the company. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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