Dow Jones Utility Average
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The Dow Jones Utility Average (DJUA, also known as the "Dow Jones Utilities") is a stock index from S&P Dow Jones Indices that tracks the performance of 15 prominent utility companies traded in the United States.
|American Electric Power||AEP||electric utilities|
|American Water||AWK||water utilities|
|Atmos Energy||ATO||gas utilities|
|Con Edison||ED||electric utilities|
|Dominion Energy||D||electric utilities|
|Duke Energy||DUK||electric utilities|
|Edison International||EIX||electric utilities|
|NextEra Energy||NEE||electric utilities|
|Southern Company||SO||electric utilities|
|Xcel Energy||XEL||electric utilities|
The Dow Jones Utilities is a price-weighted average.
The index was created in 1929 when all utility stocks were removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
On April 20, 1965, the index closed at 163.32. On September 13, 1974, the index closed at 57.93.
The following table shows the annual development of the Dow Jones Utility Average, which was calculated back to 1928.
|Closing||960.89||Tuesday, February 18, 2020|
|Intraday||963.80||Tuesday, February 18, 2020|
- Dow Jones Averages | Dow Jones Utility Average | Overview
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- "Atmos Energy and Xcel Energy Set to Join the Dow Jones Utility Average" (PDF). S&P Dow Jones Indices. October 20, 2020. Retrieved October 21, 2020.
- "Dow Jones Utility Average (^DJU) Historical Data - Yahoo Finance". finance.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2020-02-05.
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