Verbund


Q1 22: the cash cow soon milked ?

12/05/22 -"As expected, Verbund released a strong start to the year thanks to surging power prices. EBITDA was up 169% yoy to €815m. This enabled the group to improve its guidance by increasing the low end of ..."

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12/05/22
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