name: Dow Jones Utilities Average Index
The Dow Jones Utility Average, also known as the’Dow Jones Utility Company’, is the stock index of the Dow Jones Index. The index tracks the performance of 15 well-known utility companies and is a price-weighted average.
As of January 21, 2019, the Dow Jones Utilities Average is a price-weighted average. The components are as follows:
AES (power company)
American Electric Power Company (AEP) (power company)
American Water Company (AWK) (water utility company)
CenterPoint Energy, Inc. (CNP) (diversified) Utility company)
Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED) (power company)
Dominion Energy Company (D) (power company)
Duke Energy Company (DUK) (power company)
Edison International (EIX) (power utility)
Exron Company (EXC) (diversified utilities)
FirstEnergy Corp. (FE) (power company)
NextEra Energy Inc. (NEE) (power company)
NiSource, Inc. (NI) (diversified utilities)
Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc .(PEG) (Diversified Utilities)
Sempra Energy (SRE) (Multifunctional Facilities)
Southern Company (SO) (Power Company)
Effective October 1, 2014, American Water Works replaced Williams Corporation. From January 18, 2019, Sempra Energy replaced PG&E.
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