Elements that can influence the price of this asset:

Analysis N°1

First of all, you'll need to follow the development of the positioning and therefore the activities of the Engie group outside the French market with buyouts of subsidiaries operations, the creation of production sites or other international partnerships and in the emerging markets of India or Africa.

Analysis N°2

Engie also focuses on developing its activities in green energies just like its competitors. You should therefore closely monitor the efforts made by the group in this area and its market acquisitions.

Analysis N°3

As you probably know, the Engie group is also facing increasing competition from alternative energy suppliers who are cutting market prices. You should therefore keep a close eye on the strategies put in place by the group to counter this competition with, for example, the implementation of new innovative services.

Analysis N°4

The price of natural gas, which still represents a large part of the Engie group's income, should also be closely monitored.

Analysis N°5

Finally, you'll have to follow Engie's communication regarding its long-term strategic growth plans.

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General presentation of Engie:

Engie is a French company whose objective is to respond to current energy and environmental challenges. It offers solutions to individuals, municipalities and companies based on a diversified gas supply and an ecological electricity production park.

It's also an energy supplier in direct competition with one of the largest such as EDF.

The Engie group currently employs over 160,000 people worldwide and generated revenue of € 60.6 billion in 2018.

 

Knowing Engie shares competition:

The French group Engie is currently number two in the electricity production and distribution sector in France. But it also exports its energy to Europe and the world and as such faces more or less strong competition. So check out the ranking of the largest electricity producers in the world and Engie's direct competition here:

 

The strategic alliances set up by the Engie group:

The Engie group has also developed a number of strategic partnerships in recent years, particularly with regard to its international development and technological innovation. Here are the main alliances put in place.

 

Introduction and stock quote of the Engie share:

The Engie share is listed in Paris, Brussels and Luxembourg and is included the calculation of the CAC 40, BEL 20, DJ Stoxx 50, DJ Euro Stoxx 50, Euronext 100, FTSE Eurotop 100, MSCI Europe and ASPI Eurozone stock market indices.

 

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Economic history

To help you better understand the future movements of the Engie share, it's important to know the events that have had an impact on it in the past. Here's a historical reminder of the most recent facts:

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are Engie's holdings in subsidiaries?

The Engie group has many subsidiaries which are 100% owned and also owns shares in other companies. Indeed, Engie has stakes in Compagnie Nationale du Rhône, in Gazocean, which is a company based in Marseille and which specializes in the maritime transport of liquefied gas by LNG carriers and up to 80%, in Suez which is a minority subsidiary of Engie and its largest shareholder, in Agenda Diagnostics, in CPCU, and in Climespace.

What is the Engie Group's current growth strategy?

From 2019 to 2021, Engie has had a refocusing strategy directed at green energy and services. The group has accelerated its positioning in renewable energies and services by trying to become the world leader in integrated zero carbon solutions. This requires a major investment plan and the creation of greater green energy production capacities over time.

Is the French State still a shareholder of the Engie group?

Currently, the French State is still a shareholder of the Engie group with 23.64% of the company's capital. For that matter, it's the largest shareholder of the company, ahead of employee shareholding which represents 4.03% of the capital, BlackRock which holds 4.97% of the shares, the CDC which holds 1.83% of the capital and the public including institutional investors, shareholder individuals and others who hold nearly 68.63% of this capital.

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