Infrastructure

If Joe Biden is elected in November, he has promised to spend some $2 trillion to repair the country's roads, bridges and other infrastructure. These six companies provide the materials for...
Here are 10 companies that Morgan Stanley thinks will benefit from developing new hydrogen capacity or from developing the cheaper renewable energy that will drive the push toward hydrogen fuel.
Goldman Sachs just conferred its Conviction Buy rating on three utility stocks, one a yieldco and the others electricity and natural gas suppliers. Here's a look at all three.
These six top REIT picks from Jefferies analysts all have solid total return potential and, perhaps best of all, offer a degree of safety going forward. They make sense for investors looking to move...
One man is against anything that is tied to corruption or reputational challenges of the sort FirstEnergy faces, and that man is Warren Buffett.
Though unnamed in the documents, Ohio power generator FirstEnergy is believed to be behind some $60 million in bribes to five Ohio men, including the Speaker of the State House of Representatives.
Investors are willing to pay up handily for water. Essential Utilities may be the last cheap stock for investors who want to own a major water utility stock.
Publicly traded water supply and services companies offer investors a safe, if not glamorous, sector that pays more interest than a savings or money market account.
Utility companies are among the favorite defensive investments during periods of financial turmoil. Utilities may have even more value to investors as the world struggles to escape from the COVID-19...
Some companies are better at changing their business models than others. Sempra Energy is proving that it may be better at changing its operations that its competitors are.
PG&E plans to raise up to $9 billion in common stock offerings and up to $11 billion in new debt as it emerges from a bankruptcy proceeding that began in January 2019.
A fresh research report from Argus signals that the dividend from Public Service Enterprise Group is safe. In fact, the independent research firm is even still calling for dividend growth ahead.
A large sector call from Barclays shows just how much the expectations are coming down for the major utilities in America. Many of those old price targets are unfortunately now simply viewed as a...
Hopes for a political agreement on how to stimulate the U.S. economy has provided a boost to downtrodden utility stocks.
It seems almost impossible and even feels treasonous to consider that utilities could potentially have problems with their dividends.