Partly, this is triggered by the recent developments in Germany following Fukushima, but also rising gas prices are to blame:

But that is only the official story, in which Eon is not to blame. Here is a (german) comentary actually looking a bit further back:!75476/
The stock index of Eon had fallen to 23 Euro from 50 Euro before Fukushima already. RWE had the same fate. It seems likely that the big german energy companies are just late to the restructuring process. They need to find their core businesses, a process where the dutch
market already is far ahead.

02 Aug 2011 - 3:02
# lastedited 17 Mar 2013
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