Bottom 5 Companies in the Multi-Utilities Industry with the Lowest Relative Performance (PCG, ED, SRE, CMS, NI)
Mar 31, 2014 (Fast Lane via COMTEX) -- Below are five companies in the Multi-Utilities industry that underperformed yesterday on a relative basis. This analysis was compiled based on yesterday's trading activity as we search for stocks that have could possible underperform its peers going forward.
PG&E (NYSE:PCG) ranks first with a loss of 4.01%; Consolidated Edison (NYSE:ED) ranks second with a loss of 0.86%; and Sempra Energy (NYSE:SRE) ranks third with a loss of 0.47%.
CMS Energy (NYSE:CMS) follows with a loss of 0.10% and NiSource (NYSE:NI) rounds out the bottom five with a loss of 0.03%.PG&E Corporation is a holding company that holds interests in energy based businesses. The Company's holdings include a public utility operating in northern and central California that provides electricity and natural gas distribution, electricity generation, procurement, and transmission, and natural gas procurement, transportation, and storage.