Iberdrola


H1 21: one-offs overshadowed by Renewables to confirm guidance

21/07/21 -"The first half year is a mixed bag for Iberdrola, as the strong performance of Renewables offset a weaker-than-expected Generation & Supply and the one-off impact of the increase in UK corporate ..."

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21/07/21
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