|Day's Range||2.30 - 2.32|
|52 Week Range||1.60 - 4.08|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||-2.12|
|Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
N.C. regulators want answers — including a new cost estimate — on Duke Energy’s plans for its proposed Lee Nuclear Station, given financial troubles surrounding two similar projects in Georgia and South Carolina. It has given Duke (DUK) just 60 days to give detailed responses on more than a dozen questions about its own plans and what effect the Chapter 11 filing by Westinghouse Electric Co. — designer and principal contractor for the reactor planned at Lee — will have on them.
Western Digital Corp. is taking its dispute with partner Toshiba to arbitration, which could postpone or derail the sale of the Japanese company's sought-after chip unit. San Jose-based Western Digital (WDC) sent out a statement Sunday saying that several of its SanDisk subsidiaries have filed a request for arbitration related to three flash memory joint ventures with Toshiba Corp. Western Digital’s CEO was in Japan negotiating a stake in the sale last week.
The S.C. Office of Regulatory Staff wants regulators to let the public see the V.C. Summer project’s original construction contract and the change orders that led to price increases now in the range of $16 billion. ORS Executive Director Dukes Scott says that excessive secrecy about the 2,134-megawatt, two-reactor Summer expansion have fueled public suspicion about the project. “The commission files orders saying they are entitled to keep this information confidential,” he says.