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Innogy maintains optimism after rough first quarter

The British market cost Innogy a pretty penny in this year's first quarter where revenue and earnings for the whole company suffered a setback. However, the firm believes in growth for the full year and that efficiency measures can offset the downturn in the UK.

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RWE's listed subsidiary in renewables saw both revenue and earnings take a hit in the first three months of the year.

External revenue dropped from EUR 13.2 billion to EUR 12.3 billion. A decline of 6.7 percent and the result plunged even more significantly.

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