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Dow Jones Utilities

Dow Jones UtilitiesDow Jones Utilities Index (DJU)DJUtilities, means the same thing and is a stock market index.

Dow Jones Utilities Average Index is a price-weighted average of 15 transportation stocks.

DJUtilities Index is made of conventional electricity, multiutilities, gas distribution, and pipeline companies stocks.

Dow Jones Utilities Index it was created in 1929 and they were removed from Dow Jones Industrial Average Index.

Dow Jones Utilities originally was composed of nine railroad companies stocks.

Index values are useful for investors to track changes in market values over long periods of time.

Technical analysis uses index charts to identify changes in trends whether short-termmid-term or long-term time frames.

Dow Jones Utilities index components:

 Symbol  Company Stock Name   Yahoo Symbol
 AEP  American Electric Power Company   ^AEP
 AES  The AES Corporation Common Stock   ^AES
 CNP  CenterPoint Energy, Inc   ^CNP
 D  Dominion Resources, Inc. Common Stock   ^D
 DUK  Duke Energy Corporation    ^DUK
 ED  Consolidated Edison, Inc. Common Stock   ^ED
 EIX  Edison International Common Stock   ^EIX
 EXC  Exelon Corporation Common Stock   ^EXC
 FE  First Energy Common Stock   ^FE
 NEE  NextEra Energy, Inc. Common Stock   ^NEE
 NI  NiSource Inc Common Stock   ^NI
 PCG  Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Common Stock   ^PCG
 PEG  Public Service Enterprise Group   ^PEG
 SO  Southern Company Common Stock   ^SO
 WMB  Williams Companies, Inc. Common Stock   ^WMB

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