Spark Infrastructure traded at 2.75 this Monday November 29th, decreasing 0 or 0 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Spark Infrastructure lost 2.83 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 34.15 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Spark Infrastructure to be priced at 2.68 by the end of this quarter and at 2.47 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Cheung Kong 38.75 -0.60 -1.52% -16.67%
CLP Group 57.20 -1.05 -1.80% -24.74%
Power Assets 39.35 -1.15 -2.84% -16.54%
AGL Energy 7.78 0.22 2.91% 48.47%
Ampol Ltd 28.53 -0.29 -1.01% -5.40%
APA 11.16 0.14 1.27% 20.91%
Aurizon 3.72 0.03 0.68% 10.57%
Beach Energy 1.68 -0.04 -2.47% 40.38%
Contact Energy 7.50 -0.12 -1.57% -5.06%
Genesis Energy 2.67 -0.04 -1.29% -8.56%
Infratil 8.73 0.05 0.52% 8.93%
Mercury NZ Ltd 5.66 0.23 4.14% -2.08%
Atlas Arteria Group 6.74 0.09 1.28% 1.28%
Origin Energy 7.57 0.07 0.93% 52.31%
Qube Holdings 2.76 0.03 0.92% -16.26%
Santos 7.30 -0.09 -1.15% 10.53%
Transurban 14.14 0.22 1.54% 3.55%
WorleyParsons 14.74 -0.01 -0.07% 54.02%
Woodside Energy Group Ltd 37.26 -0.63 -1.66% 71.71%

Indexes Price Day Year
AU200 7157 4.77 0.07% -2.67%
AUALL 7351 -3.90 -0.05% -4.39%

Spark Infrastructure
Spark Infrastructure Group is an Australia-based company, which makes investment in essential services infrastructure businesses, primarily electricity distribution and transmission businesses, in Australia. The Company operates through four segments, Victoria Power Networks, SA Power Networks, TransGrid, and Bomen Solar Farm. The Victoria Power Networks segment includes interest in two electricity distribution businesses in Victoria (i.e., CitiPower and Powercor). The SA Power Networks segment includes interest in electricity distribution business in South Australia. The TransGrid segment includes interest in the electricity transmission business in New South Wales (i.e., NSW Electricity Networks Assets Holdings Trust and NSW Electricity Networks Operations Holdings Trust. The Bomen Solar Farm segment includes interest in the Bomen Solar Farm HoldCo Pty Ltd and Bomen Solar Farm Hold Trust (and its subsidiaries Bomen Solar Farm Pty Ltd, Bomen SF Trust and Bomen SF FinCo Pty Ltd).