|Last Price$21.63||Day Change (%)1.84%|
|Open Price$21.22||Day Change ($)0.39|
|Day Range21.04–21.80||52-Week Range19.60–24.37|
As of Mon 5/4/2015 5:10:00 PM | USD
Growing electricity demand in Texas, environmental legislation in California, federal emissions regulations, and increasing market uncertainty may help Calpine establish a moat.
The diverse deals completed over the last year show Berkshire still has an appetite to put its cash hoard to work, says Morningstar's Gregg Warren.
With an efficiency advantage and strong capital allocators at the helm, Calpine is an attractive find among independent power producers.
We don't see an end to this atypical volatility until interest rates rise back toward historical norms.
We still think that the ultimate outcome of Calpine's CPNLQ bankruptcy will be the current equityholders getting wiped out, so we reiterate our fair value estimate of zero. It's not that we think that Calpine's plants are worthless. In fact, Calpine's geothermal plants in California are very ...
Utilities' 23% total return through mid-December topped all sectors except for M&A-fueled health care.
Top managers continue to focus on higher-quality dividend-paying stocks in a fully valued market.
We believe PPL is a good candidate at the right price for a core holding in an income portfolio.
Its discount to peers neglects its steady cash flows and option value.
Despite their near-term challenges, we still see upside.