record amounts on replacing and upgrading aging plants and meeting stricter emission standards; Exelon (NYSE: EXC ) and FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE ) are big utilities that have cut dividends this year. Utilities that auction the power they generate - and
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FirstEnergy reported 2014 second-quarter operating ..... expenses at the regulated utilities. FirstEnergy reaffirmed its 2014 earnings guidance ..... at CES. And it did. Going forward, FirstEnergy will exit the mass market and medium-size
FirstEnergy ( FE +1.2% ) moves higher despite a drop in Q2 operating earnings due to higher expenses and investments in maintenance, as
FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE ): Q2 EPS of $0.49 beats by $0.05 . Revenue of $3.5B (-0.6% Y/Y) beats by $180M . Press Release Post your comment!
FirstEnergy ( FE -1.6% ) is downgraded to Sell from Neutral with a $26 price target, down from $31, at UBS, which sees the halo effect
FirstEnergy Corp (NYSE: FE ) declares $0.36/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 4.51% Payable Sept. 1; for shareholders of record Aug. 7; ex-div Aug. 5. Post your comment!
failure. Exelon's ( EXC -0.1% ) PECO utility in the metro Philly area says the storm affected 260K customers, with ~43K still without power. Power also remains out for ~95K First Energy ( FE +0.1% ) customers. Post your comment!
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ROE resulting from the new methodology. The lower allowed ROE could dampen earnings growth for American Electric Power and FirstEnergy , which are planning significant investments in FERC-regulated projects. The least exposed are Edison International and