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    10 stock market 'darlings' you may want to break up with

    MarketWatch – 7:10 AM ET 01/26/2016

    Credit Suisse has identified the stocks most commonly held by funds-- and recommends selling a lot of them. An unfortunate byproduct of the 8.5% decline in the S&P 500 Index this year is that mutual fund managers are forced to sell popular holdings as customers pull money from their funds. And that can punish stocks indiscriminately, even ones that are widely owned and beloved by individual investors.

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    Portland General Electric Schedules Earnings Release and Conference Call for Friday, February 12

    Business Wire – 5:00 PM ET 01/14/2016

    Portland General Electric Company (POR) announced today that it will host an analyst conference call and webcast at 11 a.m. ET on Friday, February 12, 2016 to review its fourth quarter and full-year 2015 financial results. Portland General Electric’s fourth quarter and full-year 2015 earnings summary will be released before financial markets open in the United States on February 12.

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    PGE Assumes Control of Carty Generating Station Construction

    Business Wire – 7:00 AM ET 12/21/2015

    Removal of general contractor clears way for project completion Portland General Electric (POR) has declared the contractor responsible for engineering, procurement and construction of the company’s Carty Generating Station in default of their construction agreement with PGE and removed them from the project.

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    OPUC Approves PGE Price Changes for 2016

    Business Wire – 5:00 AM ET 12/16/2015

    Decrease in customer prices takes effect Jan. 1 The Oregon Public Utility Commission has announced approval of overall price reductions for Portland General Electric Company (POR) customers of about 2.5 percent beginning Jan. 1, 2016. “We take the affordability of electricity very seriously,” said Jim Piro, PGE’s president and CEO.


Today's and Upcoming Events

  • Feb

    POR to announce Q4 earnings Before Market (Confirmed)

  • Feb

    POR Earnings Conference Call at 11:00 AM Listen

Past Events (last 90 days)

  • Dec

    POR ex-Dividend for $0.30 on 12/23/2015

    • Announce Date: 10/22/2015
    • Record Date: 12/28/2015
    • Pay Date: 1/15/2016
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