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U.S. power vanished because grid managers failed to plan, or their plan failed.
Strong and weak sectors. By Ed Ponsi Interest-rate-sensitive utilities are looking strong off of the open. Dominion Resources (D) and The Southern Company (SO) are both up by over 2%, which represents a huge move for these normally boring names. Ene...
Among these companies, I've observed five distinct similarities.
Most new natural gas plants cannot compete in the marketplace.
Utilities could start to move in the near future says Mark Newton of Greywolf Equities.
Solid yielders like these should provide some much-needed cushion in the coming days.
Dominion Resources is now fully valued as its stock has outperformed its group and the overall market.
This should help the economy but make it tough for power producers
Investor enthusiasm seems to be getting ahead of these companies' stories.
If the DOE approves too many export licenses at too high volumes, a few companies could benefit at the expense of the nation's economy.
The company's uncompetitive power plants are a dead weight.
If you want to get your retirement on track, the first thing you need to be is honest, says Tim Minard, Sr. VP at Principal Financial Group.
New England still relies on oil for electric power, and that raises rates for everybody.
Dan Dicker talks with Jim Cramer about the IEA report and the continuing opportunity in liquid natural gas.
Declining market prices are pushing some nuclear plants toward early retirement.
Its utilities division doesn't pay dividends, so it can reinvest its earnings.