Xcel Energy Inc. (XEL)

62.45
NASDAQ : Utilities
Prev Close 63.28
Day Low/High 62.04 / 63.68
52 Wk Low/High 46.01 / 63.41
Avg Volume 3.03M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 515.01M
Market Cap 32.59B
EPS 2.50
P/E Ratio 25.83
Div & Yield 1.62 (2.49%)

Latest News

Xcel Energy Ready to Charge Ahead

We suggest buying a shallow dip, looking for a rally to the mid-$40s.

Iran Oil Could Cast a Shadow on Solar

Iran Oil Could Cast a Shadow on Solar

Swelling supply would hurt companies that thrive when oil prices are booming.

Xcel Energy upgraded at Barclays

Xcel Energy upgraded at JP Morgan

An Oft-Ignored Detail

An Oft-Ignored Detail

What does it mean for the market?

Same Position as Last Thursday

Same Position as Last Thursday

Do not think of this as any more than a trader's rally.

Fresh Supply Pushes New York City New-Home Buying in September

Fresh Supply Pushes New York City New-Home Buying in September

Tired of being outbid on every Manhattan apartment you are interested in buying? Well, things are looking up.

Railing Against Coal

Across the nation, utilities cannot get access to steam coal due to rail bottlenecks.

The EPA Swings Wildly on Emissions

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

Not All Utilities Are Alike

Different utility types are engaged in completely different businesses.

A Sea Change in Solar

The industry is exploding. Here's why.

Xcel Energy upgraded at Jefferies

Xcel downgraded at JP Morgan

Xcel Energy rated new Neutral at UBS

Nuclear Dominoes Are Falling

Declining market prices are pushing some nuclear plants toward early retirement.

Solar Scores a Big Win Over Nuclear

Warren Buffett's investment affirms that solar is the clear winner on costs.

Three Forces Squeezing Energy Profits

Energy efficiency will become a major competitor.

Xcel Energy numbers raised at Jefferies

Xcel Energy upgraded at Goldman

Bob Stovall's Cliff of Concern

Bob Stovall's Cliff of Concern

Bob Stovall of Wood Asset Management finds dividend growth paying companies yield the best returns.

The Magic of the Markets

Renewable energy actually lowers power prices.

A Hidden Risk for Utilities

Unhappy customers often have recourse to an extreme measure: municipalization.

Xcel Energy downgraded at Jefferies

Don't Write Off Regulated Industries

Utilities, for one, is offering up some solid investments -- including these three in particular.

A Diverging Duo

A Diverging Duo

Allergan and Xcel Energy are each testing a key level, but in different directions.