Exelon Corp. (EXC)

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NASDAQ : Utilities
Prev Close 44.32
Open 44.40
Day Low/High 44.32 / 44.79
52 Wk Low/High 43.10 / 51.18
Volume 4.50M
Avg Volume 6.07M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 972.11M
Market Cap 42.79B
EPS 2.10
P/E Ratio 18.57
Div & Yield 1.45 (3.20%)
Ignore This Agency at Your Own Peril

Ignore This Agency at Your Own Peril

Investors would be wise to pay close attention to FERC.

New Power Plants Point To Higher Prices

Most new natural gas plants cannot compete in the marketplace.

Exelon Downgraded at Jefferies

When It Comes to Nat Gas, Consider the Landscape

When It Comes to Nat Gas, Consider the Landscape

Three reasons to buy the utility, not the turbine makers.

Eyes Peeled for a Texas Energy Shake-Up

Eyes Peeled for a Texas Energy Shake-Up

If these events transpire, three utilities would reap benefits.

A Sea Change in Solar

A Sea Change in Solar

The industry is exploding. Here's why.

The Markets Will Decide

The Markets Will Decide

The markets will become the deciding factor for most utilities.

Nat-Gas Prices Likely to Stay Under Pressure

Nat-Gas Prices Likely to Stay Under Pressure

This should help the economy but make it tough for power producers

Don't Blow Your Stack Over the New EPA Proposal

Don't Blow Your Stack Over the New EPA Proposal

This isn't a big deal -- and, in fact, it will create some winners

Energy Regulators Face Market Challenge

Energy Regulators Face Market Challenge

Capital investment rules seem flawed for deregulated generators.

There's Trouble in Entergyland

There's Trouble in Entergyland

Regulators balk at merger, hedge funds head for the door.

Entergy's Domino Effect in Nuke Closings

Entergy's Domino Effect in Nuke Closings

Behind Entergy press release, Pilgrim closure will follow Vermont Yankee without FERC changes.

Three Myths About Energy in America

Three Myths About Energy in America

Is the future bleak for generating facilities? Coal history? Nukes doomed?

Nuke Owners Are Playing Chicken

Nuke Owners Are Playing Chicken

They're gambling that other plants will exit so prices will rise.

American Electric Power Needs Some Ideas

American Electric Power Needs Some Ideas

The company's uncompetitive power plants are a dead weight.

Utilities Investors Should Know About 'Decoupling'

Utilities Investors Should Know About 'Decoupling'

If a utility's revenue is disconnected from sales, investors can benefit.

A Solar-Power Reawakening

A Solar-Power Reawakening

Some of the nuts and bolts as solar gets a fresh look in the U.S.

Pulling the Plug on Oil

Pulling the Plug on Oil

New England still relies on oil for electric power, and that raises rates for everybody.

NRG Plays the Game

NRG Plays the Game

The utility's new strategy is smart -- but not foolproof.

The President's Speech

The President's Speech

Whatever Obama says, change will come slowly and in small pieces.

Renewable Energy: The Easier Path Forward

Renewable Energy: The Easier Path Forward

Pollution-free wind and solar power beats stinking old plants.

Getting in Front of the News

Getting in Front of the News

Cover your shorts until August.

Still Not the Time to Buy Utility Stocks

Still Not the Time to Buy Utility Stocks

They need to reduce their excess pricing and popularity.

Tables Turning for Natural Gas

Tables Turning for Natural Gas

As prices rise, winners and losers switch places.

Dow Scores 20th Tuesday Win

Dow Scores 20th Tuesday Win

The Dow rose for the 20th straight Tuesday spurred by an upbeat housing report and better-than-expected consumer confidence data.

A Rejection of Coal and Nuclear

A Rejection of Coal and Nuclear

A recent auction foretells limp demand -- and disappointing prices -- in both.

Exelon downgraded at Deutsche

For Traditional Utilities, Solar Is Far From a Threat

For Traditional Utilities, Solar Is Far From a Threat

In fact, it can actually represent a growth opportunity.

Berkshire's Energy Edge

Berkshire's Energy Edge

Its utilities division doesn't pay dividends, so it can reinvest its earnings.

Exelon downgraded at Wunderlich