|Bid||135.61 x 1200|
|Ask||135.69 x 800|
|Day's Range||135.20 - 136.41|
|52 Week Range||92.37 - 136.41|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.06|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||38.83|
|Earnings Date||Feb 17, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (1.48%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Feb 05, 2020|
|1y Target Est||127.80|
California American Water has sued the federal government for the cost of installing a filtration system near the former Mather Air Force Base to remove PFAS from a groundwater well.
American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly-traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced today that applications are now being accepted by its participating state subsidiaries for the company’s 2020 Environmental Grant Program awards. The grant awards will be available in American Water service areas in 11 states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
Today we are going to look at American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE:AWK) to see whether it might be an attractive...
American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly-traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced today that it is one of 325 companies across 50 industries included in the 2020 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI). The GEI expanded in 2020 to represent 42 countries and regions, including firms headquartered in the Czech Republic, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, and Russia for the first time. Companies range from a variety of industries, including automotive, banking, consumer services, engineering and construction, and retail. American Water was also included in the 2019 GEI.
With the prediction of winter weather and freezing temperatures, Illinois American Water is reminding homeowners to take necessary steps to prevent frozen pipes and water meters. By following the company’s cold weather tips, customers can help avoid damaged plumbing inside and outside the home.
American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest publicly-traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced today that it has joined the growing coalition of companies pledging to further advance inclusion and diversity in the workplace. As one of more than 900 CEOs that have come together for CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™, president and CEO Susan Story is committing herself personally and American Water to continuing to advance inclusion and diversity in the workplace.
As JEA releases documents related to its potential sale, the companies have been allowed to decide what information is kept hidden.
When investors think defense, they think utility stocks.The S&P; 500's utility sector behaved anything but defensively in 2019, however. The Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLU) delivered a 25.9% total return last year - better than more than half the index's sectors, including the revamped, "growthier" communications sector and consumer discretionary stocks.That's surely a pleasant surprise for utility-stock investors. Many enter the sector looking not for growth, but stability in down markets and the dependable dividends these companies can afford thanks to the often regulated nature of the utility business.Like most of the market, utility stocks did get stretched as a result of their 2019 run. "The utility sector currently trades at a P/E of 19.3x, versus a 15-year historical average of 15.01x, which represents a 29% premium to the S&P; 500," Michael Sheldon, executive director and CIO of financial planner RDM Financial Group, told Kiplinger in a December email.While Sheldon is concerned about the sector's valuation, he's also quick to point out that many utility stocks have low beta - a measure of volatility. Thus, they're still providing more stability compared to the overall market.Here are 10 of the best utility stocks to buy for 2020. This isn't your usual group of utilities, either. While some of these names should be expected to provide a traditional combination of dividend income and lower volatility, a few are set up for potential growth thanks to their connection to green-energy initiatives. SEE ALSO: The Pros' Picks: 20 Top Dividend Stocks for 2020
New Jersey American Water announces its 2020 grant program for volunteer fire departments and emergency responders.
Parts of the documents from the remaining two bidders for JEA were redacted, leaving their bids unclear.
Illinois American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (NYSE: AWK) announced today that Justin Ladner has been named president of Illinois American Water, effective Jan. 20, 2020. Ladner will succeed Bruce Hauk, who has been named American Water’s president of Regulated Operations and Military Services Group.
Illinois American Water’s Sterling District is celebrating four years without experiencing any lost-time accidents. According to Operations Superintendent Charlotte Dunne, the Sterling District’s excellent safety record is a result of daily focus and commitment.
American Water (NYSE: AWK), the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, announced today that its subsidiary, American Water Resources, LLC dba American Water Resources Insurance Services (AWRIS) in California, has been selected by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) after a competitive bidding process to offer optional water line and sewer line protection services to homeowners across the City and County of San Francisco.
The shift in public opinion over the past two years in Long Hill could indicate an easier path for American Water's acquisition attempts moving forward.
American Water (AWK) arm signs an agreement to buy Long Hill Township sewer system. This is set to ensure the continuation of quality services with no change in customer rates for the next two years.
New Jersey American Water today announced an agreement to acquire the wastewater assets of Long Hill Township, N.J., adding 2,800 new sewer customers.
California Water Service (CWT) is currently a strong investment bet, given its well chalked-out investment plans and positive earnings estimate revisions.
The energy and utilities industries aren’t exactly known to produce high-drama headlines, but between fiery explosions, criminal investigations and big-money deals negotiated in secret, the gas, water and electricity worlds in the Philadelphia region saw their share of must-read stories in 2019. Here are the highlights from the sector from the past year: Water, water, everywhere American Water and Aqua America, the largest and second largest publicly traded water utilities in the country, respectively, continued their aggressive acquisition strategies in the past year as municipal operators’ financial struggles and new state laws have made scooping up community-owned water and wastewater systems more financially feasible. In the past four years, Camden-based American Water's regulated operations closed 82 acquisitions, through which it added 173,000 customers.
Could American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE:AWK) be an attractive dividend share to own for the long haul...
Six sales pitches and a concession agreement were on the table as JEA has been negotiating with potential suitors over the past two months — but it remains unclear how much the city could stand to receive if the utility were to be sold. After JEA voted at a hastily called Christmas Eve meeting to end negotiations — which has cost the utility $10 million — the companies' initial bids were no longer exempt from Florida open record laws. Accordingly, late Friday, the utility released the submittals from seven of the nine companies, holding back two.
It is already common knowledge that individual investors do not usually have the necessary resources and abilities to properly research an investment opportunity. As a result, most investors pick their illusory “winners” by making a superficial analysis and research that leads to poor performance on aggregate. Since stock returns aren't usually symmetrically distributed and index […]
American Water Works (AWK) unit enters into agreement to acquire Granite City wastewater systems for $18 million to expand its operation further in Illinois.
Illinois American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (NYSE: AWK), has entered into an agreement with Granite City to acquire the City’s wastewater collection assets. The agreement for the sale of the wastewater collection system, which serves 12,500 customer connections, is for $18 million.