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A merger would make sense, but it would have to clear some high hurdles.
Their fundamentals have gotten ahead of analysts' estimates.
Even at current levels the S&P 500 is trading at 16 times 2014 expectations.
Power plant deregulation may spur massive impairments and write-downs.
The lack of financing plus debt and equity ratios power established energy companies.
Higher fuel prices mean higher revenue for Exelon, Entergy and NRG.
This unglamorous utility looks more attractive as the market gets more anxious.
North American energy prices are at the mercy of the nation's infrastructure.
U.S. power vanished because grid managers failed to plan, or their plan failed.
A dearth of power plants could be good news for big-fleet generators.
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.
This should help the economy but make it tough for power producers
Capital investment rules seem flawed for deregulated generators.
Behind Entergy press release, Pilgrim closure will follow Vermont Yankee without FERC changes.
As Entergy shutters a plant, Southern overhauls financial terms for a Georgia facility.
The federally owned TVA mostly ignores federally promoted policy.
Is the future bleak for generating facilities? Coal history? Nukes doomed?