Southern Co (SO)
$55.27 0.86 (1.53%)
18:14 EDT SO Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $55.27
Market Cap 55.91B
PE Ratio 50.25
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.52M
Day's Range 55.25 - 56.24
52-Week Range 42.50 - 57.08
Dividend & Yield 2.96 (5.36%)
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The Southern Company earnings report for the company's first quarter of the year has SO stock sliding lower on Wednesday.
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With Treasury yields rising once again — the 10-year Treasury yield (TNX) is climbing back up toward 3% — utilities companies like SO, which rely heavily on their attractive dividend yields to attract buyers, are starting to fall once more.
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