* H1 results won't show pickup in energy demand, prices * Good news might be that things didn't get worse - analyst * Profitability to remain under pressure * Utilities worst performing sector on DJ Euro Stoxx in 2009 By Peter Dinkloh, European Utility Correspondent FRANKFURT, July 27 (Reuters) - Investors in European utility stocks will find little relief in first-half results from power providers expected to offer few signs of a pick-up in demand and prices in the coming months. ...
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