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Innergex Renewable Energy Inc T.INE

Sector: Utilities | Sub-Sector: Utilities - Independent Power Producers
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.INE.DB | T.INE.PR.A | T.INE.PR.C | INGXF

Innergex Renewable Energy, Inc., is a developer, owner and operator of renewable power generating facilities, essentially focused on the hydroelectric, wind power sectors and solar photovoltaic sectors.
Price: $10.14 | Change: +$0.20 | %Change: +2.01%
Volume: 62,079 | Day High/Low: 10.23/9.93 | 52 Week High/Low: 11.43/9.00
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1.5 stars

RE:Limited Partnership that the Corporation carry >10%

DoasIsay wrote: The purchase price of approximately $82.1 million was paid as follows: approximately $40.4 million in cash and approximately $41.7 million by the issuance of preferred units of more
0 stars

Limited Partnership that the Corporation carry >10%

Who is on first? Convoluted to a novice.. Partnership with Desjardins The Corporation and Desjardins respectively own 50.01% and 49.99% of the common units of Innergex Sainte-Marguerite, S.E.C. more
1.5 stars

RE:Innergex and the Desjardins Group Pension Plan acquire the 3

Good dividend yield, great assets, what's not to like? A good one to hold for income seekers.  rate and reply
3.5 stars

Innergex and the Desjardins Group Pension Plan acquire the 3

Long-term hydro asset Immediately accretive to Free Cash Flow Transaction structure optimizes after-tax internal rate of return LONGUEUIL, QC, June 20, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - more
2 stars

RE:RE:RE:what the?...

And the share price rebounds. I hope those who sold yesterday feel as stupid as they were.  rate and reply
1.5 stars

RE:RE:what the?...

Yes, some fools only look at the basic numbers, and are too lazy to try to understand why the Q4 results were a bit soft. Looking forward, this is a buy, no questions asked.  rate and reply
5 stars

RE:what the?...

Coolheads wrote: SP sure is getting hammered today - anyone have any substantial news?  Thanks.   Water cooler whispers have it that the quarterly and year end reports are out . They were more
0 stars

what the?...

SP sure is getting hammered today - anyone have any substantial news?  Thanks.  rate and reply
0 stars

SP frozen

It looks like Morgan is dumping !!!  rate and reply
0 stars

Analyst Recommendation

Last stock in the clip. Unfortunately, SH posting isn't working properly so you will have to cut and paste the link. GLTA 2013-10-07 PAST TOP PICK Stephen Takacsy, more
5 stars

Another Recommendation

Was asked about Transalta but instead, recommended INE. They would have put up the chart but they couldn't remember the correct ticker until they were on to the next stock. First stock in the more
0 stars

RE: Analyst Recommendation

Thanks for the link. I am surprised the stock went down to the 8.6 even after the great Q2 result, but it looks like the whole sector had a bad month. Boralex also had great result and went from more
5 stars

Analyst Recommendation

Midpoint in the clip. He recently added and the dividend is safe. GLTA 2013-09-04 BUY Alex Ruus Has been caught up in this general inter-sensitive more
3.5 stars

Finally getting away from the 8 $, back in the 9 $.

I bought 5400 stocks when it was 8.6. I am ready for the long term, Warren Buffet style :) 6.7% div+ DRIP+30 % potential upside for 2013 alone ( I can't believe this will not go back to 2010 level), more
0 stars


Upgrade Innergex Renewable Energy Jacob Securities Buy « Hold   07/18/13  rate and reply
0 stars

Analyst Comment

Third stock in the clip. He used to own it and is looking at it again. GLTA 2013-07-16 COMMENT INE-T Innergex more
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RE:Top Pick

What about the rates provided for in the power agreements?  In several European countries, the rates paid for renewable power have been reduced.  rate and reply