NI - NiSource Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
-0.07 (-0.24%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT
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Previous Close29.11
Bid28.40 x 1800
Ask0.00 x 1100
Day's Range28.86 - 29.27
52 Week Range24.19 - 30.34
Avg. Volume2,997,801
Market Cap10.842B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.31
PE Ratio (TTM)87.21
EPS (TTM)0.33
Earnings DateOct 30, 2019 - Nov 4, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.80 (2.75%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-10-30
1y Target Est29.77
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  • If You Had Bought NiSource (NYSE:NI) Shares Five Years Ago You'd Have A Total Return Of 118%
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    If You Had Bought NiSource (NYSE:NI) Shares Five Years Ago You'd Have A Total Return Of 118%

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    Is Victory Nickel (CNSX:NI) Weighed On By Its Debt Load?

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    Duke Energy Arm Seeks for Rate Hike to Recover Investments

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  • NiSource's (NI) Systematic Long-Term Investments Bode Well

    NiSource's (NI) Systematic Long-Term Investments Bode Well

    NiSource (NI) with its Integrated Resource plan aims to retire nearly 80% of its remaining coal-fired generation in the next five years and all coal fired generation by 2028.

  • 10 Stocks to Buy for September

    10 Stocks to Buy for September

    With August's trading winding down, we're heading into a month that's known to be problematic. The average September return for the S&P 500 is a loss of 0.62%, and it's down more often than it is up. And this year, we're heading into the month still overbought from the big bounceback from early in the year.It's a dangerous time to be taking on new long positions, but that danger doesn't necessarily apply across the board. There are a handful of stocks well-positioned to rally through what could be a bearish backdrop. * 7 Stocks to Buy Down 10% in the Past Week To that end, here's a rundown of the top stocks to buy for September, and perhaps beyond. In some cases these names are coming out of a prolonged lull, while others are seemingly stuck in unstoppable uptrends. In all cases though, the odds of standout strength are at least a little better than average. In no particular order …InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Activision Blizzard (ATVI)The final quarter of last year was a miserable one for Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI), and its shareholders. Shares fell a total of 52% from peak to trough, as a couple of different missteps and missed opportunities took a toll. Namely, it didn't see "Fortnite" coming, and its "Black Ops 4" title wasn't as well-received as hoped.The meltdown served as something of a wake up call for the company. While there's still work to be done, the game publisher at least knows what's left to do.ATVI stock has also started to grind its way out of a hole, logging a string of higher lows since February's bottom, and working its way back above the important 200-day moving average line. On the verge of punching through resistance at $51.60, the pace of the rebound could perk up very soon. Visa (V)It's an unusually persistent gainer. Granted, the gains aren't necessarily red-hot and take a while to put in place. The rally also isn't without its occasional flaws and stumbles. By and large, any setbacks Visa (NYSE:V) suffers are shallow and short-lived, and there's a lot to be said for consistency. V stock is up nearly 130% since the end of 2016 thanks to its steady march forward.Now is a compelling time to step in too, after a small stumble that pulled Visa shares back from its early August high near $184 to a low of $167. All it took was a kiss of the 100-day moving average line, plotted in gray, to renew the rally. That may be all the dip we're going to get. * 7 Tech Industry Dividend Stocks for Growth and Income It's not a cheap stock, valued at 34 times its trailing earnings and more than 28 times next year's projected profit. A frothy valuation hasn't held Visa shares back at any point in its past though. Scorpio Tankers (STNG)Scorpio Tankers (NYSE:STNG) shares rolled over in 2015, and never looked back … until April of this year, when something clearly changed. STNG stock broke out of a long-standing and well-established rut. The company reported its first quarterly profit since 2016. Despite all the trade war noise and inconsistent pricing of crude oil, shipping rates improved enough to let the company book net earnings of 30 cents per share. That was more than twice what analysts were expecting.The enthusiasm that re-ignited STNG stock in April has since cooled. Take a closer look at the chart, however, and you'll see the 200-day moving average line, in white, is trying to renew the recovery effort.It's still one of the top stocks to buy for that reason, not to mention the shipping rates that improved enough to drive a swing to a profit are improving again after a summer lull. Darden Restaurants (DRI)The restaurant business isn't usually a highly profitable one. It's also an industry that's particularly vulnerable to recessions. But, Darden Restaurants (NYSE:DRI) is a proven operator. Assuming the chatter about a global economic headwind is more bark than bite, Darden's business will be fine.To that end, analysts are calling for more than 6% worth of sales growth this year, which should drive profits from last year's $5.82 per share to $6.40, and then on to $6.86 per share next year. * 10 Companies Using AI to Grow Arguably the biggest reason DRI stock has earned a spot on a short list of stocks to buy headed into September, however, is its reliable forward progress. It's hardly a straight line, but this is a name that has rewarded buyers who've stepped in on the dips like the one we're in the midst of making. NiSource (NI)It's not a fast mover, but what NiSource (NYSE:NI) lacks in speed it makes up for in reliability. Shares of the utility name are up more than 50% since the end of 2016, and investors didn't have to experience any seasickness to reap that reward.That being said, this chart started to take on a curious shape earlier this year, when it broke above the upper boundary of a converging wedge pattern, framed in blue, that had been guiding it upward since late-2015. Rather than peel back from it, NiSource shares have fought their way above it, using support found at the gray 100-day moving average line.It's got a lot to do with falling interest rates. But, inasmuch as rates are apt to remain suppressed for the foreseeable future on top of NiSource's history of steadily increasing payouts, NI stock could be a nice, safe place to tuck away some capital while the broad market gets its bearings. Kratos Defense & Security Solutions (KTOS)Kratos Defense & Security Solutions (NASDAQ:KTOS) is anything but a household name. With a modest market cap of only $2.1 billion, odds are good most investors have never even heard of it.Don't let its obscurity fool you though. This little defense contractor is getting real big, real fast. Revenue is projected to grow 18% this year, and then do the same in 2020, driving the bottom line from last year's 24 cents per share to 32 cents this year to a whopping 49 cents per share next year. * 7 Stocks the Insiders Are Buying on Sale The market appreciated this growth pace -- in spades -- in May of this year, but perhaps too much. That big rally set the stage for a wave of profit-taking. The selloff stopped and started to reverse once the 200-day moving average line was met last week though, making now a compelling time to step in. Old Republic International (ORI)If the name Old Republic International (NYSE:ORI) rings a bell but you can't quite remember why, think insurance. The company operates several different insurance businesses, some of which use the moniker, while others don't. Old Republic is also the parent of outfits like Great West Casualty Company and BITCO.For a variety of reasons ranging from interest rate turbulence to an inordinate number of devastating hurricanes, to the growing unpredictability of lifespans, the insurance industry has been an increasingly tough one to manage. Old Republic has made it look easy, consistently driving revenue growth while driving less consistent income growth for a decade now. Twelve-month revenue of $6.6 billion is markedly better than the twelve-month revenue tally of $5.5 billion from five years ago.That's a key part of the reason the stock has managed to make reliable, even if choppy, forward progress. It's an especially interesting prospect right now, as ORI stock is still closer to the bottom of its rising trading range than the top of it. Graphic Packaging Holding (GPK)Graphic Packaging Holding (NYSE:GPK) has taken shareholders on a roller coaster ride over the course of the past five years, from a high above $16 to a low below $10, yet is currently priced where it was as of late-2014.The market may have been unduly doubtful of Graphic Packaging's potential, particularly of late. This year's expected revenue growth of just under 3% isn't jaw-dropping, and next year's modeled 2.4% improvement is even less thrilling. Modest sales are driving less-modest earnings growth, however, of 6% this year and 15% in 2020, according to analysts. * 10 Marijuana Stocks That Could See 100% Gains, If Not More To that end, analysts believe investors are collectively undervaluing GPK stock. They rated it a little better than a "Buy," and hold a consensus target price of $16.70, versus its current price of $13.40. Incyte (INCY)Like most biopharmaceutical stocks, Incyte (NASDAQ:INCY) is no stranger to wide, prolonged swings. Shares rallied from around $65 in early 2016 to a high of $149 by early 2017, back to a low of around $58 late last year.If you can catch one of the stock's turning points though, it can lead to a big payoff. It looks like the stock's trying to make good on the bullish pivot that materialized in December. Though that bounce cooled in April and has since done nothing, a closer look makes clear that INCY stock is finding persistent support at its rising 200-day moving average line, plotted in white.There's still a key technical ceiling around $89, where Incyte shares peaked a couple of times this year. But, with double-digit sales growth expected this year and next thanks to strong interest in its relatively young cancer drug Jakafi, the odds of a breakout are a little too good to ignore. TE Connectivity (TEL)Finally, add TE Connectivity (NYSE:TEL) to your list of prospective stocks to buy before we get too deep into September.Like Kratos, TE Connectivity isn't exactly a household name, for a couple of reasons. Chief among them is the fact that it's based in Switzerland. The other is that it makes electronics components most people don't give a second thought to. Wires, heat shrink tubing, and cable connectors are all part of its portfolio. RF antennas would be considered the high-tech portion of its product menu.What it lacks in pizzazz, however, it makes up for in reliability. The advent of 5G wouldn't be taking shape without the simple pieces and parts TE Connectivity provides, but there's always some sort of electronics evolution that keeps TE Connectivity moving forward.One has to zoom way out to see it, but the push up and off of a long-term support line going back to 2009 has set the stage for a multi-year advance that has only just begun.As of this writing, James Brumley held long positions in NiSource and Activision Blizzard. You can learn more about him at his website, or follow him on Twitter, at @jbrumley. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Stocks to Buy Down 10% in the Past Week * 15 Retail Survivors to Buy for the Long Run * 7 Stocks That Wall Street Thinks Could Rise 50% Or More The post 10 Stocks to Buy for September appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • PR Newswire

    NiSource Releases 2018 Climate Report

    - Report outlines industry-leading approach to addressing climate change - Greenhouse gas reduction targets significantly outpace targets in Paris Climate Agreement MERRILLVILLE, Ind. , Aug. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ ...

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  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of NI earnings conference call or presentation 31-Jul-19 1:00pm GMT

    Q2 2019 NiSource Inc Earnings Call

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Deere, Baxter, EPAM Systems, NiSource and Universal Display

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Deere, Baxter, EPAM Systems, NiSource and Universal Display

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Deere, Baxter, EPAM Systems, NiSource and Universal Display

  • Top Analyst Reports: Deere, Baxter & More

    Top Analyst Reports: Deere, Baxter & More

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  • Read This Before Judging NiSource Inc.'s (NYSE:NI) ROE
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    Nisource Inc (NI) EVP and President, NIPSCO Violet Sistovaris Sold $1.2 million of Shares

    EVP and President, NIPSCO of Nisource Inc (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) Violet Sistovaris (insider trades) sold 40,405 shares of NI on 08/05/2019 at an average price of $29.16 a share. Continue reading...

  • PR Newswire

    NiSource Declares Common and Preferred Stock Dividends

    MERRILLVILLE, Ind. , Aug. 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Directors of NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI) today declared a quarterly common stock dividend payment of 20 cents per share, payable November 20, ...

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    Two Picks for Utility Investors- Ameren and NiSource

    Although analyst Gary Hovis of Argus Research has an underweight rating on the utility sector, he does believe the sector should still account for about 2% of diversified portfolios. Here he reviews two utility stocks that earn his buy rating.

  • NiSource (NI) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
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    NiSource (NI) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    NI earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • NiSource (NI) Meets Q2 Earnings Estimates, Revenues Up Y/Y

    NiSource (NI) Meets Q2 Earnings Estimates, Revenues Up Y/Y

    NiSource'(NI) second quarter earnings decreased on a year-over-year basis.

  • NiSource (NI) Q2 Earnings Meet Estimates, Revenues Miss

    NiSource (NI) Q2 Earnings Meet Estimates, Revenues Miss

    Higher operating expenses hurt NiSource's (NI) second-quarter 2019 results.

  • NiSource (NI) Matches Q2 Earnings Estimates

    NiSource (NI) Matches Q2 Earnings Estimates

    NiSource (NI) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 0.00% and -4.96%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

  • PR Newswire

    NiSource Reports Second Quarter 2019 Results

    - Second quarter results consistent with 2019 commitments - System-wide SMS implementation, gas distribution system safety enhancements well underway - Electric generation strategy advances, wind energy ...

  • Benzinga

    NiSource's Q2 Earnings Preview

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  • Utility Stock Q2 Earnings Due on Jul 31: ETR, SO & More

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  • Series of gas explosion lawsuits settled for $143 million

    Series of gas explosion lawsuits settled for $143 million

    A series of class action lawsuits stemming from the natural gas explosions in Massachusetts have been settled for $143 million, the utility blamed for the disaster and lawyers for the plaintiffs announced Monday. The settlement is subject to the approval of a judge, according to Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, and its parent NiSource Inc. “Today marks another important step forward, as we continue to fulfill our commitment to residents and businesses,” NiSource President Joe Hamrock said in a statement.

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    UPDATE 1-NiSource settles Massachusetts gas explosion lawsuits for $143 million

    Utility operator NiSource Inc on Monday said it will pay $143 million to resolve class action lawsuits brought by residents and businesses that suffered losses caused by a series of gas explosions in three Massachusetts communities last year. NiSource and its Columbia Gas of Massachusetts unit said the accord will resolve claims by thousands or residents and businesses affected by the disaster, which killed one person, injured at least 21 others and destroyed multiple buildings. The blasts in Lawrence, North Andover and Andover, communities northwest of Boston, occurred while Columbia Gas was replacing cast-iron pipe with plastic lines and prompted large-scale evacuations of thousands of residents.

  • Benzinga

    NiSource To Pay $143M Settlement For Merrimack Valley Incident

    The company will pay $143 million into a settlement fund for a class of plaintiffs, per the terms of the class action settlement. "What happened last Septemberwas tragic, and we will always be mindful of its impact on our customers and everyone in the communities we serve, including those represented by this settlement,"said Joe Hamrock, CEO of NiSource. NiSource shares were trading up 0.25% at $29.58.

  • Reuters

    Columbia Gas settles Massachusetts blast lawsuits for $143 mln

    The Columbia Gas unit of utility company NiSource Inc on Monday announced a $143 million settlement of all class action lawsuits related to damages from deadly blasts in three Massachusetts communities in September last year. The explosions and fires, which killed one person, injured 21 and damaged 131 buildings, occurred as Columbia Gas was replacing cast-iron pipe with plastic lines, making it the largest U.S. natural gas pipeline accident since 2010 in terms of structures involved. Federal prosecutors had launched a criminal investigation of NiSource over the incident.