Pepco Holdings Inc

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    Earnings Report

    Most Analysts Recommend a ‘Buy’ on Exelon

    Exelon (EXC) expects that dismal load growth may continue in 2016. This dismal growth could be partially offset by customer base growth.

    By Vineet Kulkarni
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    Exelon posts highest adjusted earnings margin in 3 years

    In the last two years, Exelon has looked to strengthen its utility division via acquisitions. For example, in 2012, Exelon merged with Constellation, adding 1.2 million utility customers.

    By Matt Phillips
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    Opower Is Oracle’s Latest Cloud Buyout: Will It Be of Benefit?

    On May 2, 2016, Oracle (ORCL) announced the acquisition of Opower (OPWR), a cloud service software provider in the utility space.

    By Anne Shields
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    Earnings Report

    What Are Pepco Holdings’ Outlook and Price Targets?

    Wall Street analysts have given a price target of $26.42 to Pepco. It’s currently trading at $26.39 as of February 18, 2016.

    By Vineet Kulkarni
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    Earnings Report

    Can POM’s Shareholders Overlook 4Q15 ahead of Its Merger Hearing?

    Pepco (POM) is expected to report its 4Q15 earnings on February 26, 2016. POM may have suffered from unfavorable weather conditions during the quarter.

    By Vineet Kulkarni
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    Earnings Report

    How Did WGL Holdings Perform Compared to Its Peers?

    The price-to-earnings ratios of WGL Holdings, FirstEnergy, Pepco Holdings, Atmos Energy, and NiSource are 17.5x, 25.9x, 28.7x, 19.5x, and 22.4x.

    By Gabriel Kane
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    Earnings Report

    Pepco’s Organic Growth Boosted Its Revenue in 3Q15

    Pepco Holdings has a market capitalization of $6.7 billion. The company’s year-to-date price movement has been stable with some downs in 2015.

    By Gabriel Kane
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Heightened Volatility Pushes All Sectors into the Red

    The plunges in every component sector of the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) and the volatility might point towards unknown depths of the crisis from the world’s second-largest economy, China.

    By Renee Blakely
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