Public Service Enterprise Group
The Vanguard Group added net 0.46 million shares of Public Service Enterprise Group (PEG) in 4Q17. It held 7.33% of PEG’s total outstanding shares as of December 31.
BlackRock Institutional Trust, the second-biggest institutional investor in PEG, added net 1.35 million shares of PEG, which took its total stake up to 5.88% at the end of 4Q17.
Capital World Investors added a notable 18.26 million shares in Public Service Enterprise Group in 4Q17. It held 3.61% of PEG’s total outstanding shares as of December 31. LSV Asset Management decreased its stake in PEG to 2.74% in 4Q17 and sold net 0.23 million shares.
According to Wall Street analyst estimates, Public Service Enterprise Group has a mean price target of $53.4, which indicates an estimated gain of nearly 9% for the next 12 months. It’s currently trading at $49.2.
Public Service Enterprise Group stock was better placed amid recent weakness among broader utilities (IDU). In the last year, it has gained more than 11%, while broader utilities (XLU) lost nearly 4%. In the same period, broader markets rose almost 15%.
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