Hottest Utilities Stocks Now – NWE MDU EBR SWX

TCP leads utilities stocks lower on Monday

   
Hottest Utilities Stocks Now – NWE MDU EBR SWX

Utilities stocks finished up 0.6% on Wall Street on Monday.

More broadly, the Dow Jones Industrial Average increased 0.8%, the Nasdaq pushed 0.8% higher and the S&P 500 rose 0.8%.

Some of the biggest gainers among utilities stocks include:

  • Northwestern Corp (NWE): NWE stock is up 2.1% today.
  • Mdu Res Group Inc (MDU): MDU stock is up 1.9% today.
  • Centrais Elc Braz Pfb B Elbras (EBR): EBR stock is up 1.2% today and up 53.8% in the last month.
  • Southwest Gas Corp (SWX): SWX stock is up 1.3% today.
  • Agl Resources (GAS): GAS stock is up 1.3% today.
  • Uil Holdings Corp (UIL): UIL stock is up 1.3% today.
  • Public Service Enterprise Group Inc (PEG): PEG stock is up 1.3% to a new 52-week high of $39.30.
  • The Aes Corp (AES): AES stock is up 1.2% today.
  • Ameren Corp (AEE): AEE stock is up 1.2%, marking the third consecutive day the stock has increased.
  • Dominion Resources (D): D stock is up 1.2% today.

Some of the biggest losers among utilities stocks include:

  • Trident Performance Group (TCP): TCP stock is down 0.6% today.
  • Williams Partners L.P. (WPZ): WPZ stock is down 0.4% today.
  • Ormat Technologies (ORA): ORA stock is down 0.1%, marking the sixth consecutive day the stock has decreased.
  • Oge Energy Corp (OGE): OGE stock is down 0.2% today.
  • Kinder Morgan Energy Partners L.P. (KMP): KMP stock is down 0.1% today.

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Editor’s Note: Returns for the fastest-moving stocks listed here are based on share prices 20 minutes prior to publication of this story.


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