Ericsson has a market cap of $23.9 billion. Among its peers, IBM, Cisco Systems, and Nokia have market caps of about $144.0 billion, $158.0 billion, and $37.0 billion, respectively.
Ericsson’s (ERIC) IT and Cloud segment reported revenues of 9.6 billion Swedish kronor in 1Q17.
In 1Q17, Ericsson’s (ERIC) restructuring charges totaled 1.7 billion Swedish kronor.
Ericsson has started to build and test infrastructure for 5G and has collaborated with tech giants such as Cisco Systems, Intel, and Verizon to penetrate this space.
Despite a challenging macro environment, Ericsson (ERIC) stock has returned over 20% in 2017. Ericsson has been facing declining revenues during the last three quarters.
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Hybrid utility FirstEnergy (FE) is presently trading at one of the highest dividend yields of 4.9%.
Public Service Enterprise Group (PEG) paid the most dividends to shareholders in the last three years.
Exelon’s (EXC) leverage ratio is about 3.8x. The industry average stands around 3.5x–4.0x.
With a $34 billion market capitalization, Exelon (EXC) is the largest competitive utility.
Hybrid utilities derive a relatively high portion of their earnings from competitive operations.
Hybrid utilities are among the handful of utilities that are trading at attractive valuations compared to utilities (XLU) at large.
Exelon (EXC) seems to have a relatively clean generation mix compared to peers.
US utilities including giants like Duke Energy (DUK) and Southern Company (SO) have done fairly well in the last few months compared to broader markets.