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SCANA: The Challenges Continue to Mount

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How SCANA Dug a Hole in Investors’ Pockets

Total returns

In this part, we’ll discuss SCANA’s (SCG) total returns. In the past year, SCANA dug deep into investors’ pockets with its returns coming in at -28%. Southern Company (SO) suffered due to Westinghouse’s bankruptcy and returned -4% during the same period.

Currently, SCANA is trading at dividend yield of 4.4%—one of the highest in the industry. The premium yield might be the result of the stock’s big correction in the past year.

How SCANA Dug a Hole in Investors’ Pockets

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The Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLU), including dividends, returned 9% in the past year. The SPDR S&P 500 (SPX-INDEX) (SPY) returned 18% during the same period.

To learn about utility stocks with handsome potential upsides, read These SPX Utilities Could Gain You More than 10% from Here.

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