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Siemens Energy opens lower than expected on Frankfurt debut

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Frankfurt (Germany), Sep 28 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Ronald Wittek).- Siemens Energy has become a listed company on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. On the first day of trading, shares in the division opened at 22.01 euros apiece, giving the company a market value of 16 billion euros.FOOTAGE OF FRANKFURT STOCK EXCHANGE.

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