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NRG – NRG Energy Inc

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Not Compliant

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Industry: Electric Utilities | NYSE

NRG Energy Inc is not compliant with Shariah. The company’s financials fail all the five standards we check against.

Market cap: 10,725 MRev. Growth: 33.69%

AAOIFI ✗

Debt/MC74.31%
Non-Compliant Assets/MC%

S&P ✗

Debt/36 mo MC87.26%
Cash/36 mo MC2.74%
AR/36 mo MC43.01%

DJIM ✗

Debt/24 mo MC87.83%
Cash/24 mo MC2.76%
AR/24 mo MC43.29%

FTSE ✗

Debt/Assets34.38%
Cash/Assets1.08%
Cash&AR/Assets18.02%

MSCI ✗

Debt/Assets34.38%
Cash/Assets1.08%
Cash&AR/Assets18.02%

Recommendation Rating

2.5

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1 = STRONG BUY | 2 = BUY | 3 = HOLD | 4 = UNDERPERFORM | 5 = SELL

Analysts’ Price Targets

Mean 45.18

Low: 42

High: 52

Total Analysts: 10


NRG Energy, Inc. is a consumer services company, which is engaged in producing and selling energy and related products and services, nationwide in the United States and Canada. The Company sells power, natural gas, and home and power services; and develops sustainable solutions under the brand names NRG, Reliant, Direct Energy, Green Mountain Energy, Stream and XOOM Energy. The Company has a customer base, which includes approximately six million Home customers, as well as commercial, industrial and wholesale customers, supported by approximately 18,000 megawatt (MW) of generation. The Company operates through four segments: Texas, East, West/Services/Other and Corporate activities. Texas segment includes all activity related to customer, plant and market operations in Texas. East segment includes all activity related to customer, plant and market operations in the East. West/Services/Other segment includes the assets and activities. Corporate activities segment.

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