Dow Jones Utility Average
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The current components on the Dow Jones Utilities are as follows (company name followed by ticker symbol):
- The AES Corporation (AES) (electric utilities)
- American Electric Power Co., Inc. (AEP) (electric utilities)
- American Water Works Company, Inc. (AWK) (Water Utilities)
- CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (CNP) (diversified utilities)
- Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED) (electric utilities)
- Dominion Energy, Inc. (D) (electric utilities)
- Duke Energy Corp. (DUK) (electric utilities)
- Edison International (EIX) (electric utilities)
- Exelon Corp. (EXC) (diversified utilities)
- FirstEnergy Corp. (FE) (electric utilities)
- NextEra Energy Inc. (NEE) (electric utilities)
- NiSource, Inc. (NI) (diversified utilities)
- Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc. (PEG) (diversified utilities)
- Sempra Energy (SRE) (Multi-utilities)
- Southern Company, Inc. (SO) (electric utilities)
(as of January 21, 2019)
The Dow Jones Utilities is a price-weighted average.
The index was created in 1929 when all utility stocks were removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
On April 20, 1965, the index closed at 163.32. On September 13, 1974, the index closed at 57.93.
|Closing||774.47||Tuesday, November 14, 2017|
|Intraday||778.80||Wednesday, November 15, 2017|
- Dow Jones Averages | Dow Jones Utility Average | Overview
- "Avis Budget Group Set to Join the Dow Jones Transportation Average and American Water Works to Join the Dow Jones Utility Average" (PDF). www.spice-indices.com. September 23, 2014. Retrieved August 14, 2017.
- "Sempra Energy Set to Join Dow Jones Utility Average" (PDF). S&P Dow Jones Indices. January 15, 2019. Retrieved May 6, 2019.
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- Business data for Dow Jones Utility Average: