|Last Update: 05/17/13 - 4:00 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: 18.19%|
|Previous Close: $34.79|
|52 Week Range: $28.40 - $39.82|
|Oustanding Shares: 855,849,302|
|Market Cap: 29,774,997,217|
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|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||-10.25%||-12.50%||-12.12%||-6.77%|
In fact, it can actually represent a growth opportunity.
Its utilities division doesn't pay dividends, so it can reinvest its earnings.
EXC was downgraded from Buy to Hold, Wunderlich said. Company will likely see higher costs in the coming quarters.
Warren Buffett's investment affirms that solar is the clear winner on costs.
Uprating existing plants adds 500mw to energy grid.
Energy efficiency will become a major competitor.
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The pending Entergy-ITC deal presents some concerns, but for now the shares remain well-bid.
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