89.95 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:46PM EDT
|Bid||85.97 x 1300|
|Ask||173.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||89.61 - 92.21|
|52 Week Range||76.04 - 92.38|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.07|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.33|
|Earnings Date||Oct 31, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.82 (1.98%)|
|1y Target Est||93.50|
As a member organization, Missouri American Water was recognized at an awards ceremony signifying the conclusion of the Metro Water Infrastructure Partnership (MWIP). “While the work of educating the people of the St. Louis region about the need to properly invest in our aging infrastructure will continue, MWIP as an organization will disband,” said Curt Skouby, President of MWIP and Director of the City of St. Louis Water Department.
Missouri American Water is planning to begin three projects to upgrade infrastructure in its Mexico district beginning Oct. 22.
Women's representation among the leadership ranks at Greater Philadelphia public companies is still far from equitable with more than a dozen of the region's top 100 public firms failing to have even one female among their board members. Of the top 100 public companies in Greater Philadelphia, two have a board with at least half of the seats filled by women, according to the new Women in Leadership 2018 report from The Forum of Executive Women. Camden-based American Water Works Co. has four women on its eight-member board including company CEO Susan Story, Julia L. Johnson, Veronica M. Hagen and Martha Clark Goss.
American Water Works Company, Inc. (AWK) announced today that it intends to release its 2018 third quarter financial results after the market closes on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Susan Story, president and chief executive officer, Linda Sullivan, executive vice president and chief financial officer, and Walter Lynch, chief operating officer, will host the 2018 third quarter conference call and webcast with investors, analysts and other interested parties on Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 9 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time. Interested parties may listen to an audio webcast on the Investor Relations homepage at ir.amwater.com.
American Water (AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, announced today that has joined the Department of Defense Military Spouse Employment Partnership. The Military Spouse Employment Partnership is an employment and career partnership connecting military spouses with more than 390 partner employers who have committed to recruit, hire, promote and retain military spouses in portable careers. American Water officially joined the Military Spouse Employment Partnership on Oct. 16, 2018, at the annual induction ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City at Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Va. The partnership initially launched on June 29, 2011 to serve spouses from all military services.
Missouri American Water has been named the Best Employer in the Water and Wastewater Industry in the category of Operations by Hunter Crown, a boutique Executive Search and Recruiting company. “It is an honor to be recognized as a best employer in our industry, and I am proud to see our organization acknowledged as a great place to work,” said Cheryl Norton, President of Missouri American Water. “The leadership within Missouri American Water is second to none.
New Jersey American Water joined elected officials, water utilities, community leaders, educators and businesses around the country to raise awareness for the fourth annual Imagine a Day Without Water, a nationwide event that focuses on education about the value of water. Led by the Value of Water Campaign, hundreds of organizations across the United States hosted events and spearhead projects on Wednesday, October 10 that were aimed at raising awareness about the crucial need for investment in our nation’s water infrastructure. While vast, the United States’ water infrastructure presents some real challenges, the largest being the “out of sight, out of mind” dynamic.
Illinois American Water conducts multi-year capital planning regularly to ensure quality, reliable water service to customers. In the Lincoln service area this planning has resulted in water source testing and modeling for a new water source and possible water treatment plant. In a unique partnership, the company is offering Lincoln College environmental studies students the opportunity to shadow their team through the process.
Since 2010, over 500 grants totaling over $494,000 have been awarded to Illinois fire and emergency organizations in the Company’s service area.
Missouri American Water is now more ready than ever to help in the event of a statewide emergency. The company has partnered with other water and wastewater providers across the state via the Missouri Rural Water Association to join MoWARN, an organization designed to allow members to borrow resources from other members on an as-needed basis for emergency management. MoWARN, or the Missouri Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network, allows water and wastewater utility members to easily share equipment, expertise and manpower when those member systems are facing an emergency.
A Missouri American Water bill has many variables. Missouri American Water has just launched a new online bill calculator to help residential customers understand their water bill. The calculator allows a residential water customer to input data and see the resulting bill.
Illinois American Water is rehabilitating the 100,000 gallon water storage tank located on Jackson Street in Fisher. The investment of approximately $500,000 will help extend the life of the storage tank, which ensures adequate water supply and pressure for drinking water and fire protection.
Aqua America (WTR) reaches the milestone of 1 million customers and continues to expand its customer base through strategic acquisitions.
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Missouri American Water is beginning work on a project to replace approximately 5,020 feet of water main in Unincorporated North Saint Louis County on Redman Ave. from Lusher Rd. to Bellefontaine Rd. Starting this week, the company will install a 16-inch ductile iron water main in the area in an effort to improve service reliability, prevent water main breaks, and increase hydraulic capacity of the distribution system. “Missouri American Water will be replacing an 8-inch cast iron water main installed in 1944 with a 16-inch ductile iron water main,” said Christopher Parrish, Manager of Operations.
American Water (AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, announced today its Military Services Group has been awarded a contract for ownership, operation and maintenance of the water and wastewater systems at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. “Serving those who serve our country’s national security interests is a great honor for American Water,” said Susan Story, president and CEO of American Water.
A ceremony was held today to celebrate the completion of the Monterey Peninsula Water Supply Project pipeline. The event took place at the Eardley roundabout in Pacific Grove, the termination point of the new pipeline that also served historically as a key distribution hub for water delivery on the Monterey Peninsula dating back to the late 1800s.
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American Water Works (AWK) unit Pennsylvania American Water has started to work on a project to replace nearly 1,900 feet old water mains in its service territories, investing $1.4 million.
The American Water Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization created by American Water (AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, today announced it is awarding $150,000 in grant funding to support a local nature-based play area in Chattanooga, Tennessee. “This water-centric park improvement project will give residents of all ages the opportunity to enjoy, learn about and appreciate the environment and especially our critical natural resource, water, in a fun and engaging way,” said Laura Martin, president of the American Water Charitable Foundation.
Let’s take a look at analysts’ recommendations for the utility stocks under review in this series. Note that none of these stocks have “sell” recommendations from any of the analysts tracking them.
In this series, we’re comparing utility stocks NextEra Energy (NEE), Edison International (EIX), and American Water Works (AWK), the three utilities that have reported the highest dividend growth over the last five years. Among these utilities, NextEra Energy stock has outperformed its peers this year. NextEra Energy has returned 18% (including dividends) in the last year, while in the last five years, it’s returned 18% compounded annually.
Renewables giant NextEra Energy (NEE) stock is currently trading at a dividend yield of 2.6%, lower than the broader utilities. In comparison, Edison International (EIX) offers a yield of 3.5%, the highest among the three utilities.
Utilities at large managed to raise their per-share dividends by an average of ~4% in the last five years compounded annually. NextEra Energy (NEE), the biggest utility by market cap and the largest component of the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLU), has increased its dividend by more than 10% in the last five years. In comparison, leading water utility American Water Works (AWK) has raised its dividend by 11%, while California-based Edison International (EIX) has reported the highest dividend growth of 12.4% compounded annually in the last five years.