|Last Price$45.78||Day Change (%)-0.82%|
|Open Price$46.25||Day Change ($)-0.38|
|Day Range45.72–46.25||52-Week Range41.83–51.60|
As of Wed 12/11/2013 04:57 PM EST | USD
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Interest rate fears leave several high-quality dividend-paying utilities looking cheap.
Rising interest rates have taken their toll, but as the Fed delays dialing back on stimulus, investors are poised to recapture some of their losses.
With interest rates rising, will dividend yields keep utilities afloat?
There are still a handful of undervalued dividend payers that can help provide a better total return in a richly valued market.
Widening investment-grade credit spreads and rising interest rates lead to losses.
Utilities show no signs of slowing down with yields that look as good as ever.
Alternative methods have some use, but we think discounted cash flow is the most fundamentally sound way to value the conglomerate, as we discuss in the final installment of our 5-part series.
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