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The total number of KMI shares sold by the top ten holders exceeded shares bought—though the number of buyers exceeded sellers.
Of the top ten largest institutional owners of Philips 66 Partners’ (PSXP) stock, nine increased their holdings in PSXP according to their latest filings.
Of the top ten institutional investors in TC PipeLines (TCP), six increased their TC PipeLines holdings and two reduced their holdings.
Of the top ten institutional investors in Shell Midstream Partners (SHLX), four increased their SHLX holdings while five reduced their holdings.
The top ten institutional investors in Enterprise Products Partners (EPD) stock own nearly 45% of the company’s outstanding shares.
Institutional investors hold nearly 67% in Public Service Enterprise Group (PEG), and they hold nearly 75% of FirstEnergy’s (FE) total outstanding shares.
Recently, the total number of Enterprise Products Partners shares sold by the top ten holders exceeded the shares bought.
Institutional investors have decreased their positions in American Water Works (AWK) in the past couple of months.
Nearly 74% of Enbridge Energy Partners’ (EEP) floating shares are currently held by ~380 institutional investors.
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Nearly 65.9% of Magellan Midstream Partners’ (MMP) floating shares are currently held by more than 700 institutional investors.
The percentage of float held by institutional investors in NRG Energy rose more than 1.5% in the last month.
NRG’s sharp drop in the last couple of months may have renewed investor interest in NRG Energy.
Nearly 73% of Plains All American Pipeline’s (PAA) floating shares are currently held by ~565 institutional investors.
In the past couple of months, institutions have increased their positions in Exelon by nearly 2%, from 85.6% to 87.2%, as of October 3, 2016.
PPL has huge exposure to UK operations, as it derives more than 65% of its total earnings.
As of October 3, 2016, the percentage of float held in AES by institutional investors fell more than 8% compared to August 1, 2016.
Institutional investors’ holdings in FirstEnergy has risen for two months. The percentage of float held had risen from 77.3% to 81.5% on September 26.
Institutional investors slightly increased their positions in Southern Company (SO) in the last couple of months.
The number of buyers for Xcel Energy rose by 4%, while its number of sellers decreased nearly 4% in the last two months.