E.ON's sales plummet

The German utility reports decline on 2018 posts ranging from revenue to operating earnings, however, based on its adjusted results, the energy company says it has "yet another strong year."

E.ON went through a tough 2018 with declining figures across the board – that is, unless one take a look at the adjusted results, which paint a prettier picture.

The utility's revenue fell to EUR 30.2 billion from EUR 38.2 billion from 2017. Earnings before interest and taxes landed at EUR 3.9 billion, down EUR 1 billion from the year prior.

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