Vistra Corp.

About Vistra Corp.

Vistra Corp., together with its subsidiaries, operates as an integrated retail electricity and power generation company. The company operates through six segments: Retail, Texas, East, West, Sunset, and Asset Closure. It retails electricity and natural gas to residential, commercial, and industrial customers across 20 states in the United States and the District of Columbia. The company is also involved in the electricity generation, wholesale energy purchases and sales, commodity risk management, fuel production, and fuel logistics management activities. It serves approximately 4.3 million customers with a generation capacity of approximately 38,700 megawatts with a portfolio of natural gas, nuclear, coal, solar, and battery energy storage facilities. The company was formerly known as Vistra Energy Corp. and changed its name to Vistra Corp. in July 2020. Vistra Corp. was founded in 1882 and is based in Irving, Texas.

Vistra is a premier Texas-based energy company focused on the competitive energy and power generation markets.

https://www.vistracorp.com

VST United States

22.65USD0.24 (-1.06%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

NYSE exchange

Sector: Utilities

Industry: Utilities—Independent Power Producers

Location United States, Irving

Grade: ACF

9,141,002,240 USD
MARKET CAP
17.669
PE
0.945
BETA (5y)
1.300
EPS

Profits

for 5 years
16%
for 3 years
1%
for 2 years
13%
for last year
4%
for this year
0%
Vistra Corp.
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