E.ON SE said on Wednesday that second-quarter earnings fell, but confirmed its full-year outlook.
The German energy supplier EOAN,
reported quarterly net income of 1.43 billion euros ($1.46 billion), up from 1.75 billion euros in the same period last year.
Adjusted earnings before interest and taxes were 1.28 billion euros compared to 1.51 billion euros a year earlier, while quarterly sales rose to 23.34 billion euros from 14.64 billion euros.
E.ON supports the guidance for the full year and reiterates its targets until 2026, including the dividend policy.
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