Duke Energy Corporation (DUK)

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NYSE
Prev Close 102.03
Open 102.49
Day Low/High 101.50 / 102.81
52 Wk Low/High 80.41 / 108.38
Volume 786.26K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 769.22B
Market Cap 78.16B
P/E Ratio 32.95
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
U.S. Markets Close Flat; S&P 500 Near 2-Month Low

U.S. Markets Close Flat; S&P 500 Near 2-Month Low

U.S. markets ended Wednesday close to where they started the day, pretty much flat.

Energy Lessons From Germany

Energy Lessons From Germany

Can the U.S. duplicate Germany's success and avoid the pitfalls?

German Utilities Produce More, Pollute Less

German Utilities Produce More, Pollute Less

Its power fleet uses a higher percentage of coal, but efficiency makes the difference.

FirstEnergy's Reward/Risk Brightens

FirstEnergy's Reward/Risk Brightens

Its regulated operations are stable, and its merchant utility business is bottoming out.

Utilities Are Hot for Summer

Utilities Are Hot for Summer

As the mercury rises, so does profit.

Carrots and Sticks in the Utilities Sector

Carrots and Sticks in the Utilities Sector

States have far more sway than Washington does.

SolarCity Could Be Headed for a Squeeze

SolarCity Could Be Headed for a Squeeze

Enthusiasts are lining up on one side, and fundamental investors on the other.

NRG Power Play Would Inhale SolarCity

NRG Power Play Would Inhale SolarCity

NRG could easily swallow SolarCity and suck cash from sun panels.

Duke Energy downgraded at Barclays

An Exelon-Pepco Deal Is No Sure Thing

An Exelon-Pepco Deal Is No Sure Thing

A merger would make sense, but it would have to clear some high hurdles.

Two More Energy Trends at Work

Two More Energy Trends at Work

To continue our discussion, here's the outlook for renewable energy and batteries.

The Blueprints for this Market (Part 2)

The Blueprints for this Market (Part 2)

I have only heard fear mongering and anti-historical diatribes.

We're in the Grips of a Struggle

We're in the Grips of a Struggle

Maybe we can get some perspective about stocks that were loved.

The EPA Swings Wildly on Emissions

The EPA Swings Wildly on Emissions

By targeting 'tall poppies,' the regulator may be simply shifting the problem.

Solar Power's Economic Impact Is Huge

Solar Power's Economic Impact Is Huge

Oh, and it also helps the environment.

Sector Selection Is the Key to a Win

Sector Selection Is the Key to a Win

Thoroughly examine your sector brackets for higher profits.

SolarCity Playing in a House of Cards

SolarCity Playing in a House of Cards

Investors are buying a story but fundamentals appear weak.

Dominion, Duke Have Left the Building

Dominion, Duke Have Left the Building

Power plant deregulation may spur massive impairments and write-downs.

FERC Commissioner 'Bullish' on Order 1000, Says Will Benefit Investors

FERC Commissioner 'Bullish' on Order 1000, Says Will Benefit Investors

FERC Commissioner Philip Moeller says its Order 1000 is trying to create a more competitive market place for the building of transmission.

Four Corners of Energy

Four Corners of Energy

Interstate pipelines supply nearly every metropolitan area with fuel and power.

Southern Co.'s Nuclear Ambition

Southern Co.'s Nuclear Ambition

But why are so many people still in the dark about new plants?

Dominion: Creating Long-Term Value

Dominion: Creating Long-Term Value

The company is repositioning for stable and healthy earnings.

Southern Comfort

Southern Comfort

Southern Company's boldness has left it with no peers.

Easing the Pain Points

Easing the Pain Points

Combating three pressures that could weigh down a portfolio.

Rounding Up Utility Losers of 2013

Rounding Up Utility Losers of 2013

FirstEnergy lost 16% in 2013, but big changes are ahead.

Duke Energy upgraded at BMO

Solar Loves Thy Neighbors

Solar Loves Thy Neighbors

As the solar industry grows, most consumers will be winners.

Not All Utilities Are Alike

Not All Utilities Are Alike

Different utility types are engaged in completely different businesses.

Solar Is the Hands-Down Winner

Solar Is the Hands-Down Winner

Solar power has competitive advantages no other energy source can claim.

A Huge Carve-Out for Solar Energy

A Huge Carve-Out for Solar Energy

Numerous state laws mean built-in solar demand for the next decade