FirstEnergy Corp.

FirstEnergy is a public utility holding company. The company and its subsidiaries are principally involved in the transmission, distribution and generation of electricity. The company's reportable operating segments are comprised of: Regulated Distribution, which distributes electricity through the company's utility operating companies and also controls regulated electric generation capacity located primarily in West Virginia, Virginia and New Jersey; and Regulated Transmission, which provides transmission infrastructure owned and operated by the transmission companies and certain of the company's utilities to transmit electricity from generation sources to distribution facilities.
  • TickerFE
  • ISINUS3379321074
  • ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
  • SectorElectricity
  • CountryUnited States

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ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

Christopher Muir

FirstEnergy Corp.

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

Christopher Muir

FirstEnergy Corp.

Christopher Muir

FirstEnergy Corp.

FirstEnergy Corp.: Update to credit analysis

FirstEnergy's investment grade credit profile is underpinned by its 12 regulated utility subsidiaries that operate in fairly supportive regulatory environments and high parent leverage.

FirstEnergy Corp.: A setback in FES bankruptcy court, credit negative

FirstEnergy Solutions' bankruptcy court judge ruled against FES.

FirstEnergy Corp.: A setback in FES bankruptcy court, credit negative

FirstEnergy Solutions' bankruptcy court judge ruled against FES.

FirstEnergy Corp.: Update to credit analysis

FirstEnergy's investment grade credit profile is underpinned by its 12 regulated utility subsidiaries that operate in fairly supportive regulatory environments and high parent leverage.

FirstEnergy Corp.: Putting an end to FirstEnergy Solutions bankruptcy saga will help maintain credit profile

FirstEnergy announced that it reached an amended settlement agreement with the FES creditor groups. This will allow FirstEnergy to move forward as solely a regulated utility holding company.

Christopher Muir

FirstEnergy Corp.

Christopher Muir

FirstEnergy Corp.

Christopher Muir

FirstEnergy Corp.

Christopher Muir

FirstEnergy Corp.

Christopher Muir

FirstEnergy Corp.

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for FE

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Vermilion Compass: Weekly Equity Strategy

S&P 500 consolidating despite negative signals We remain cautious as there continues to be several new or persisting negative signals which tell us that upside is likely to be muted from here -- barring improvements. At the same time we are not seeing widespread breakdowns and the major averages are still consolidating within a 1-month horizontal range. As long as this consolidation continues, a neutral outlook is appropriate. • Sector Relative Strength Rankings & Weighting Recommendations. Defensives (Staples, Utilities, Real Estate) notched new YTD RS highs yet again over the past week. Th...

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  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • A few Consumer Discretionary names continue to act well. The list is thinning of attractive names though. (ex. FOXF, UEIC, DECK, CHDN, WING, YUM, BOOT, RCI, POOL, DLTR, and AAN) • A number of Health Care Sector names are attractive. (ex. MASI, TFX, CNMD, STE, CRVL, LNTH, HAE, COO, WST, RGEN, ANIK, NEO, and TECH) • Attractive Technology and Services names include: MANH, CDNS, ANSS, AGYS, TTEC, CLGX, MMS, and KBR

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • The decline in interest rates has investors seeking dividend related equities (ex. VZ, POST, VTS, WELL, ESS, O, NNN, EPR, FE, AEP, PNW, and NI) • A few Restaurants acted well despite the plunge in Friday's market (ex. DRI, MCD, YUM, and SBUX) • A few Staples Sector names are attractive. (ex. SJM, POST, SAFM, COKE, and KMB)

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Compass: Weekly Equity Strategy

Cautious outlook intact; Downgrading Manufacturing Relatively solid earnings results have failed to support the market amid an ongoing host of concerns including, but not limited to, rising interest rates and a potential Fed policy mistake, and also a strong dollar and China-U.S. trade war fears. With the February low of ~2,532 only about 4% lower from current levels on the S&P 500 and seemingly no resolution in sight to the aforementioned concerns, we remain extremely cautious and expect consolidation, volatility, and lower prices to continue as the market searches for a bottom. • Sector Re...

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