Interest rates have been moving up recently and that could spell trouble for investors in Utility ETFs.
CNBC's Dom Chu takes a look at cheap stocks in hot sectors.
Under CEO Lynn Good, Duke energy has sales of more than $25 billion dollars, providing power to North and South Carolina, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Florida – even Disney World. We ask Good how low oil prices are impacting energy costs, and Duke Energy’s strategy of selling old power plants, while investing in renewable projects including solar and wind.
Lynn Good, Duke Energy chairman & CEO, discusses the outlook on natural gas, and shares her thoughts on incentives for investing in renewable energy. Also Good and Erskine Bowles, weigh in on the U.S. economy.
Discussing natural gas and the energy market with Chris Bertelsen, Chief Investment Officer at Global Financial Private Capital, and he gives his top picks in the sector.
Duke Energy's 5-megawatt solar facility near Orlando, Florida, appears to have taken shape in the form of Disney's iconic Mickey Mouse character.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a modestly higher open and the potential for a fourth day of gains.
According to Kensho data, when oil prices fall below $30 a barrel, stocks on average move based on whether they're regulated or not. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports cheaper oil and cheaper energy, doesn't help utilities that are regulated.
Utilities are one of the hottest sectors this year, but investors may want to be suspicious about the climb.
Jim Cramer doesn't love fossil fuels, but he is willing to bet that this energy stock goes higher.
Dominion Resources said it would buy natural gas distributor Questar for about $4.4 billion in cash to expand its natural gas operations.
Rising interest rates and wobbly markets may roil some stocks, but experts believe these picks will profitably ride out the storm.
Women may be badly outnumbered in the top ranks of corporate America, but at least they aren't underpaid.
Stocks are weak today as markets are dealing with three issues.
Is this finally a turn for the dollar, and is this the start of a sustained move up in interest rates?
Utilities stocks have sold off sharply this month, but traders are still spotting some potential buys.
Millennials invest less in the stock market than baby boomers do — and when they do, they're favoring very different stocks.
Markets will be laser-focused on Friday's October jobs report in the week ahead and may even look past more than a dozen scheduled Fed speeches.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
With a week to go in October, Wall Street has, thus far, had its best month in four years. This week's big drivers include the Fed's two-day meeting and the continued flood of profit reports.