American Water Works Company Inc (AWK)
$145.87 3.45 (2.42%)
19:00 EDT AWK Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $145.87
Market Cap 25.97B
PE Ratio 59.54
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 602,500
Day's Range 142.80 - 147.08
52-Week Range 92.00 - 150.47
Dividend & Yield 1.78 (1.22%)
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Utility stocks that have strong fundamentals and have a clear cash flow visibility for the coming years. Dividends add to the attraction.
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As the global economic and geopolitical environments grow more uncertain, investors will increasingly play defense with these utility stocks.
With fixed income yields stuck in neutral, utilities remain in favor; and these five utility stocks to buy present the best investment opportunities in the space.
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Investors wondering what to invest in now should consider RDS.A, ABBV and AWK for their stability and potential to rebound.
Water is a necessity, so investing in a water utility like American Water Works Company Inc makes long term sense, making AWK stock a great long-term holding.
3 Stocks to Watch on Thursday: American Water Works Company Inc (AWK), QuinStreet Inc (QNST) and Zumiez Inc. (ZUMZ)
American Water Works (AWK), QuinStreet (QNST) and Zumiez (ZUMZ) all made headlines over the weekend over quarterly and monthly results, plus an acquisition.
3 Stocks to Watch on Wednesday: American Water Works Company Inc (AWK), Concho Resources Inc (CXO) and Texas Roadhouse Inc (TXRH)
American Water Works (AWK), Concho Resources (CXO) and Texas Roadhouse (TXRH) all reported their quarterly earnings results after the bell Tuesday.
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