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Changing clean power regulations will create winners and losers in the utility space, says S&P Capital IQ.
Shares of Westar Energy climbed more than seven percent during midday trading on Tuesday after Great Plains Energy said it would buy the company for roughly $8.6 billion.
The stock is breaking out of a double bottom pattern from the $24 level, which should carry prices high enough to challenge the highs for the year.
Across the nation, utilities cannot get access to steam coal due to rail bottlenecks.
This utility name broke out last week, and is now poised to close its divergence with the broader sector.
We looked at price drops, market caps and dividends and found some interesting patterns.