Utilities

The Utilities Sector encompasses those companies considered electric, gas or water utilities, or companies that operate as independent producers and/or distributors of power.

Reasons to Invest in the Utilities Sector

  • Stable demand for utilities can make the sector less sensitive to economic cycles
  • Part of a sector rotation strategy (i.e., late-cycle and recessionary period)
  • Companies in this sector are generally less volatile and typically pay higher-than-average dividends

Today's Top 10 Performing Utilities Stocks

  • as of 04:05 PM ET 04/23/2014
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Symbol Security Type Price Performance Today Equity Summary Score
EDN Depository Receipt +8.77%
PAM Depository Receipt +7.11%
DYN Common Stock +5.10%
BIP Unit Trust Fund +1.92%
CIG Depository Receipt +2.06%
EBR/B Depository Receipt +1.88%
CPK Common Stock +1.87%
TGS Depository Receipt +1.69%
AES Common Stock +0.99%
EDPFY Depository Receipt +0.92%
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Today's Top 10 includes stocks with a market capitalization greater than $100 million. Price performance today - percent change is scheduled for calculation once per minute and is based on delayed price if not logged in. If the market is closed, percentage price change is based on last trading day closing price. The Equity Summary Score is provided for informational purposes only.

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