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At the sector level, the Health Care (81%) and Materials (79%) sectors have the highest percentages of companies reporting earnings above estimates, while the Consumer Discretionary (40%), Financials (51%), Real Estate (52%), and Utilities (54%) sectors have the lowest percentages of companies reporting earnings (or FFO for Real Estate) above estimates.
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Finally, one from utilities dropped into ninth place, Enagas SA (OTCPK:ENGGY) , to complete the pending International Aristocrats top ten by yield for June.
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And so you've got a bit of a math problem which creates incremental investment is lower utility from a bit growth standpoint.
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If the company executes on its project backlog, in a few years, FCEL could look more like a utility than a small tech startup with erratic sales.
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Well, look, here’s what I’d tell you, is we’ve seen this time and time again any number of airline downturns, the big hubs win and big hubs provide so much utility to customers as such low marginal costs that the more of, it keeps those things big and is really to keep your value to customers attached and also to be able to create a basis for growing margins.
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For the day, the technology (+1.2%) and utilities (+0.8%) led the S&P sectors, while financials (-1.1%) and industrials (-0.6%) trailed.
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Add in utilities.