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11 March 2015 By Olaf Storbeck

Germany’s biggest utility made a 3.2 bln euro loss after big writedowns last year. EBITDA is still falling. Investors seem unfazed, encouraged by E.ON’s plan to hive off coal, gas and nuclear plants. But it will take ages for any benefits to materialise – if they come at all.

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