|Bid||64.35 x 0|
|Ask||64.36 x 0|
|Day's Range||63.59 - 64.37|
|52 Week Range||49.01 - 64.50|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.03|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.92|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.84 (1.35%)|
|1y Target Est||52.00|
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2019 First Quarter Conference CallDate: Thursday, May 9, 2019Time: 11:00 a.m. (Eastern Time)Annual Meeting of ShareholdersDate: Friday, June 14, 2019Time: 10:30 a.m..
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators introduced legislation on Wednesday mandating that the executive branch disclose details about authorizations it gives companies on sharing sensitive nuclear energy information with countries looking to build reactors. Lawmakers have criticized the Trump administration for issuing seven so-called Part 810 authorizations to companies on sharing nuclear power information with Saudi Arabia and withholding information about them. Several lawmakers in the Senate and House of Representatives have asked the administration for details on the authorizations, but were told that even the names of companies that got them are proprietary.
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Meanwhile, Mangrove Partners and an entity controlled by C. John Wilder’s Bluescape Energy Partners, the two activist investors, filed an application with regulators in Ontario and Alberta on Tuesday seeking to force a second shareholder vote on the company’s proposed C$750 million ($563 million )investment from Brookfield Asset Management Inc., separating that tally from the company’s ballot on its directors. "Like any TransAlta shareholder, we cannot yet know whether the Company’s proposed investment from Brookfield is in the best interest of all shareholders, given signs of a rushed negotiation and the company’s limited disclosures," said Nathaniel August, Mangrove’s president, in a statement. When it announced the deal, TransAlta said it didn’t require a shareholder vote.
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Brookfield Strategic Real Estate Partners III is considering buying three office towers and a retail mall at Greenland Huangpu Center from a unit of Greenland Hong Kong Holdings Ltd., the people said, asking not to be identified because the details aren’t public. A transaction of that size would rank among the biggest commercial property deals in China by a foreign firm. Singapore’s CapitaLand Ltd. and GIC Pte spent 12.8 billion yuan ($1.9 billion) in November for Shanghai’s tallest twin towers, located along the city’s North Bund.
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Mangrove Partners and an entity controlled by C. John Wilder’s Bluescape Energy Partners LLC asked TransAlta to issue Wilder C$150 million ($113 million) of discounted shares as part of a proposed settlement agreement last month. TransAlta, which instead agreed to a C$750 million investment from Brookfield Asset Management Inc., said the activists should have accepted its offer to put Wilder and a mutually agreed-upon director on its board. “Had the dissidents accepted our offer, Mr. Wilder would have a seat at the Board table,” TransAlta Chairman Gordon Giffin said in a statement.
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An ethos of collaboration is deeply rooted in the 120-year-old Canadian firm and permeates its open-floor offices worldwide, top executives say. “It’s the opposite of an eat-what-you-kill mentality,” Ron Bloom, a managing partner in Brookfield’s private equity group, said in an interview at Bloomberg’s headquarters in New York.
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Brookfield could also increase its stake in the Calgary-based utility to about 9 percent under certain conditions, according to a statement Monday. The deal allows Brookfield to convert its investment into an equity interest in TransAlta’s Alberta hydro assets at a later date. The investment is being made through Brookfield’s publicly traded renewable-energy arm, Brookfield Renewable Partners.