Duke Energy Corp

NYSE: DUK
$92.78
-$1.11 (-1.2%)
Closing price October 23, 2020
The movement into environment, social and governance (ESG) is attracting billions and billions of investment dollars away from certain companies and sectors. Many utilities in America are moving...
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alibaba, BlackRock, Devon Energy, Domino's Pizza, DraftKings, Duke Energy, Enphase Energy, Snowflake, Valero Energy and Zillow.
News that NextEra Energy is interested in acquiring Duke Energy opens the door for more potential mergers in the industry.
Duke Energy reportedly has received and rebuffed an overture from NextEra Energy to merge. Could it pass regulatory scrutiny?
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