104.35 0.00 (0.00%)
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|Bid||102.71 x 900|
|Ask||104.35 x 800|
|Day's Range||103.90 - 105.40|
|52 Week Range||77.73 - 106.35|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.35|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||33.13|
|Earnings Date||Apr 30, 2019 - May 6, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.82 (1.73%)|
|1y Target Est||103.46|
Indiana American Water today announced an all-party settlement agreement regarding its rate request with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC). The agreement is subject to approval by the IURC. “We have made significant investments in aging infrastructure over the last several years to ensure service reliability, water quality and fire protection for our customers across the state, while holding our operating and maintenance expenses relatively flat,” said Indiana American Water President Deborah Dewey.
Illinois American Water is leveraging U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Fix a Leak Week to help decrease water waste. The national campaign helps to raise awareness about small leaks and other water issues that may waste water within homes and businesses. “For Illinois American Water, this week is about empowering our customers to use water wisely,” said Mike Smyth, vice president of operations.
Missouri American Water is leveraging the nationwide awareness campaign taking place during the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Fix a Leak Week in order to advance local water conservation goals as well as provide a savings to homeowners, property owners and businesses in the communities it serves. The annual Fix a Leak Week is a campaign organized by the EPA’s WaterSense program and this year will be observed from March 18-24. Missouri American Water is taking the campaign one step further to emphasize the huge impact individuals and businesses can make by, in essence, spending a little time being vigilant and making repairs.
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Missouri American Water has named Debbie Dewey its new president, effective March 25. "We thank Cheryl for her leadership in Missouri and are excited for Debbie to join the Missouri team," said Walter Lynch, American Water's COO.
American Water has named Cheryl Norton president of New Jersey American Water and senior vice president of its Eastern Division effective March 25, 2019. Norton replaces Deborah Degillio, who has been named chief customer officer of American Water.
York Water's (YORW) fourth-quarter 2018 net income increases on a year-over-year basis due to lower income taxes from increased volume of asset improvements.
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American Water (AWK) continues to expand its footprint across the United States through systematic acquisitions and investments to strengthen its existing assets.
Indiana American Water President Deborah Dewey today announced the company’s acquisition of Charlestown Water, a municipal water utility located in southern Indiana. “The acquisition of this system will provide Charlestown customers with access to operations and capital management water professionals and a number of customer service options and payment methods,” said Dewey.
The deal is the second to close in Pennsylvania after the state passed legislation making it more financially feasible for municipalities to sell water and wasterwater assets.
American Water (AWK) continues to expand its operations through acquisitions. The company's planned investment will allow it to serve its expanding customer base more efficiently.
Sadsbury Township to eliminate all debt while providing long-term wastewater solution for community
Pennsylvania American Water announced today an exclusive partnership with the soon-to-be-released giant screen film, “Expedition Chesapeake, A Journey of Discovery.” The film, hosted by biologist, wildlife conservationist and TV personality Jeff Corwin, takes its audience on an epic journey into the region’s vast and diverse watershed, exploring the connections between the millions of people, plants and animals that call it home. The goal of “Expedition Chesapeake” is to create awareness of the threats facing watersheds and estuaries around the globe and to educate audiences about the roles they can play to protect and preserve vital water resources.
California Water's (CWT) annual revenues will increase by $660,216, if the rate hike appeal is approved without any changes.
New York American Water customer rates will increase per a four-year rate plan approved by the New York State Public Service Commission in 2017. A conservation rate structure was implemented in 2017, to encourage water conservation and support the long-term sustainability of the Long Island Aquifer. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) established a goal for all Long Island water suppliers to reduce summertime peak water use by 15 percent by 2021.
Missouri American Water has begun work on a project to replace approximately 400 feet of water main in St. Louis County beneath Interstate 270 near Sappington Road at a cost of approximately $650,000. The company will install ductile iron water main within a steel casing pipe, replacing a water main that failed in August 2018 and snarled traffic on Interstate 270. “When the main broke last summer, it created a real traffic nightmare for commuters on Interstate 270 for a few hours, though thankfully not many customers went without water,” said Matt Jaspering, Senior Project Engineer.
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