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Strong and weak sectors. By Ed Ponsi Interest-rate-sensitive utilities are looking strong off of the open. Dominion Resources (D) and The Southern Company (SO) are both up by over 2%, which represents a huge move for these normally boring names. Ene...
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Solid yielders like these should provide some much-needed cushion in the coming days.
Dominion Resources is now fully valued as its stock has outperformed its group and the overall market.
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It has underperformed, and dividend investors can get in at a discount.
As Entergy shutters a plant, Southern overhauls financial terms for a Georgia facility.
The federally owned TVA mostly ignores federally promoted policy.
One or two flat days or even small bounces may create some good downside opportunities.
The company's uncompetitive power plants are a dead weight.