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Here's What Differentiates Dominion Energy from Its Peers

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Dominion Energy’s Total Returns against Its Peers

Dominion Energy’s total returns

Dominion Energy (D) has significantly lagged behind its peers in terms of total returns in the last several year. However, it has largely tracked the broader utilities in the long term. In the past year, total returns for Dominion (including dividends) were 16%. In the last five years, it returned 13% compounded annually.

The Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLU) rose 23% in the past year, while in the last five years, it rose 14% compounded annually.

Dominion Energy’s Total Returns against Its Peers

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Dominion Energy’s peers

Among its peers, NextEra Energy (NEE) is the front-runner in terms of total returns in the time periods under consideration. In the last year, returns for NEE were 40%, and in the last five years, they were 14% compounded annually.

The SPDR S&P 500 (SPX-INDEX) (SPY) rose 20% in the past year, while in the last five years, it returned 16% compounded annually.

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