Duke Energy Corp. (DUK): Price and Financial Metrics
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- Momentum is the dimension where DUK ranks best; there it ranks ahead of 88.94% of US stocks.
- The strongest trend for DUK is in Value, which has been heading down over the past 177 days.
- DUK's current lowest rank is in the Value metric (where it is better than 16.25% of US stocks).
DUK Stock Summary
- DUK has a market capitalization of $78,038,161,314 -- more than approximately 97.21% of US stocks.
- Of note is the ratio of DUKE ENERGY CORP's sales and general administrative expense to its total operating expenses; merely 0.48% of US stocks have a lower such ratio.
- The ratio of debt to operating expenses for DUKE ENERGY CORP is higher than it is for about 94.46% of US stocks.
- If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to DUKE ENERGY CORP, a group of peers worth examining would be SO, IBN, SCCO, SRE, and D.
- DUK's SEC filings can be seen here. And to visit DUKE ENERGY CORP's official web site, go to www.duke-energy.com.
DUK Valuation Summary
- DUK's price/sales ratio is 2.9; this is 45% higher than that of the median Utilities stock.
- Over the past 243 months, DUK's price/sales ratio has gone up 2.5.
Below are key valuation metrics over time for DUK.
DUK Growth Metrics
- Its year over year revenue growth rate is now at 8.35%.
- Its 2 year net income to common stockholders growth rate is now at -1.05%.
- The 4 year price growth rate now stands at -0.28%.
The table below shows DUK's growth in key financial areas (numbers in millions of US dollars).
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DUK's Quality FactorsThe “Quality” component of the POWR Ratings focuses on 31 different factors of a companies fundamentals and operational strength. Here are some key insights as we drill into the specifics of these quality attributes.
- DUK has a Quality Grade of C, ranking ahead of 41.69% of graded US stocks.
- DUK's asset turnover comes in at 0.15 -- ranking 84th of 105 Utilities stocks.
- CMS, CNP, and NI are the stocks whose asset turnover ratios are most correlated with DUK.
The table below shows DUK's key quality metrics over time.
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DUK Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$101.58||52-week high||$116.33|
|Prev. close||$101.34||52-week low||$83.76|
|Day high||$101.98||Avg. volume||2,674,011|
|50-day MA||$101.38||Dividend yield||3.96%|
|200-day MA||$104.01||Market Cap||78.22B|
Duke Energy Corp. (DUK) Company Bio
Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Duke Energy owns 58,200 megawatts of base-load and peak generation in the United States, which it distributes to its 7.2 million customers. The company has approximately 29,000 employees. Duke Energy's service territory covers 104,000 square miles (270,000 km2) with 250,200 miles (402,700 km) of distribution lines. Almost all of Duke Energy's Midwest generation comes from coal, natural gas, or oil, while half of its Carolinas generation comes from its nuclear power plants. During 2006, Duke Energy generated 148,798,332 megawatt-hours of electrical energy. (Source:Wikipedia)
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