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Is Xcel Energy Attractive after Its 4Q16 Earnings?

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Xcel Energy’s Price Targets after Its 4Q16 Earnings

Xcel Energy’s price targets

According to Wall Street analysts, Xcel Energy (XEL) has an expected upside of nearly 3.5% for the coming year. It has a price target of $42.83—compared to its current market price of $41.39 on February 2, 2017.

Of the 15 analysts tracking Xcel Energy, 12 recommended a “hold” and two recommended a “strong buy.” One analyst gave the company a “buy” recommendation. None of the analysts recommended a “sell” as of February 2, 2017.

Xcel Energy’s Price Targets after Its 4Q16 Earnings

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Duke Energy (DUK) is expected to rise 2.5% in the next year. It has a mean target price of $79.65—compared to its current market price of $77.79.

Southern Company (SO) has a mean price target of $50.78—compared to its current market price of $49. It implies an estimated upside of $3.7% in one year.

To find out which utilities might offer attractive upsides in 2017, check out Market Realist’s series A Look at S&P 500 Utilities with Attractive Upsides in 2017.

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