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Duke Energy Corporation (DUKH)


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Previous Close23.99
Open23.90
Bid24.00 x 200
Ask24.12 x 100
Day's Range23.86 - 24.12
52 Week Range23.12 - 27.18
Volume14,662
Avg. Volume31,534
Market Cap50.26B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)5.82
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals3 days ago

    Duke Energy seeks delay for controversial Duke University plant

    Student and faculty protests over Duke University’s plan to put a 21-megawatt Duke Energy combined heat-and-power plant on campus appear to have raised doubts about the project’s prospects. Duke Energy (DUK) Carolinas has asked the N.C. Utilities Commission push back a hearing on the proposed $55 million plant from Jan. 24 to late spring. The utility and the university announced the combined heat-and-power (CHP) project in May , saying it could cut university emissions by 25%.

  • TheStreet.com3 days ago

    How to Buy Duke Energy 15% Cheaper With LEAPS

    Telecom, utilities and energy stocks have been hit hard since the U.S. presidential election and it has presented buying opportunities for some investors who are seeking income.

  • American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Duke Energy dismisses NC WARN objections to burning natural gas at coal plant

    Not hiding corporate impatience with constant critic NC WARN, Duke Energy has asked regulators to deny the group’s request for hearings on its $56 million project to enable a coal plant to burn natural gas. “As is typically the case, NC WARN has failed to articulate a legitimate basis for its request,” Duke says in its formal filing with the N.C. Utilities Commission. John Runkle, the advocacy group’s lawyer says its request was straightforward.