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|agl energy share price||1.18||0.7||7695||99|
|agl energy news||1.98||0.8||75||8|
|agl energy contact number||1.33||0.9||3405||97|
|agl energy asx||1.99||0.4||2261||79|
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|agl energy investor relations||1.52||0.7||2967||59|
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|agl energy ltd||0.27||0.7||4651||40|
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|who owns agl energy||0.58||0.8||9115||74|
AGL Energy Ltd ( ASX : AGL) is an Australian listed public company involved in both the generation and retailing of electricity and gas for residential and commercial use. AGL Energy generates energy from power stations that use thermal power, natural gas, wind power, hydroelectricity, solar energy, gas storage and coal seam gas sources.What does AGL stand for?
AGL Energy Ltd ( ASX : AGL) is an Australian listed public company involved in both the generation and retailing of electricity and gas for residential and commercial use.  AGL is Australia's largest electricity generator, and the nation's largest carbon emitter.  In 2014, the company had an operated generation capacity of 10,984 MW.Is AGL Energy plc a good dividend stock?
Is AGL Energy a good dividend stock? AGL Energy pays an annual dividend of A$0.65 per share and currently has a dividend yield of 10.64%. AGL has a dividend yield higher than 75% of all dividend-paying stocks, making it a leading dividend payer. View AGL Energy's dividend history.Is AGL Energy's takeover bid too low?
AGL Energy has rejected the A$5 billion ($3.6 billion) takeover bid jointly made by Canada’s Brookfield Asset Management and Grok Ventures—the investment vehicle of Australian tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes—over the weekend, saying the offer was too low.