Exelon Corporation (EXC) is due to report earnings before the opening bell on January 25, 2012. Below we can see the results of Exelon over the last few earnings periods.
Exelon Corporation operates as a utility services holding company in the United States. The company primarily engages in the generation of electricity. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. EXC trades an average of 7 million shares per day.
52 Week High: $45.45
52 Week Low: $39.06
Book Value: $21.65
Float Short: 5.78%
On average, 12 analysts are expecting a drop of $-0.24 in earnings per share compared to last quarter's results of $1.12. A beat of $0.88 per share will top the estimated per share earnings.Analyst estimates range between $0.78 and $0.96 per share.
Electric companies may appear to be "old money," but the ability to make real fast money is here if you look. The company pays a fat dividend yield of over 5% currently, with the shares trading near the bottom of a multi-month trading channel. Having a location in Illinois with its current business climate is certainly not a plus, but Exelon appears to be in great shape to continue paying the dividend. It may not be sexy to own an old power utility, but gains are always in style.
For the same fiscal period year-over-year, revenue has improved to $18.64 billion for 2010 vs. $17.32 billion for 2009. The bottom line has falling earnings year-over-year of $2.56 billion for 2010 vs. $2.71 billion for 2009.The company's earnings before interest and taxes are falling, with an EBIT year-over-year of $4.73 billion for 2010 vs. $4.75 billion for 2009.
Gross reported revenue compared to the mean estimate (rounded):
|Fiscal Quarter Ending Month-Year||Revenue Estimates||Actual||$ Difference||Difference %|
|Sep-11||$ 5.18 B||$ 5.26 B||$ 78.09 M||1.51%|
|Jun-11||$ 4.41 B||$ 4.58 B||$ 165.36 M||3.75%|
|Mar-11||$ 4.66 B||$ 5.05 B||$ 396.09 M||8.51%|
|Dec-10||$ 4.52 B||$ 4.50 B||$ -18.24 M||-0.4%|
|Sep-10||$ 4.76 B||$ 5.30 B||$ 534.50 M||11.23%|
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