Weekly Report: what happened at BKH last week (0219-0223)?
Weekly Report · 2d ago
Dividend Champion, Contender, And Challenger Highlights: Week Of February 25
Seeking Alpha · 3d ago
2 No-Brainer Utility Stocks to Buy With $500 Right Now
NextEra Energy and Black Hills are two utility stocks you can buy for less than $500 a share. NextEra has increased its dividend annually for 29 consecutive years. Black Hills is a Dividend King and has a 5% yield. The utility sector has been out of favor as investors worry about the rise in interest rates.
The Motley Fool · 6d ago
IDU: Utilities Dashboard For February
Seeking Alpha · 6d ago
Weekly Report: what happened at BKH last week (0212-0216)?
Weekly Report · 02/19 09:23
February's 55 Dividend Kings: Buy 9, Watch 3
Seeking Alpha · 02/14 22:39
Black Hills: Annual statement of changes in beneficial ownership of securities
Press release · 02/13 18:03
Ex-Dividend Reminder: Black Hills Corporation, Fortis and 3M
NASDAQ · 02/13 16:39
Analysts Conflicted on These Utilities Names: Fluence Energy (FLNC), Black Hills (BKH) and Suburban Propane (SPH)
Fluence Energy, Black Hills and Suburban Propane have received a lot of coverage today. Fluence Energy has a Buy rating from Robert W. Baird. Black Hills has a Hold rating from Mizuho Securities. Insiders in the Utilities sector are expected to make moves following their insider activities.
TipRanks · 02/13 10:13
5 Dividend Growth Stocks With Upside To Analyst Targets
NASDAQ · 02/12 16:23
Weekly Report: what happened at BKH last week (0205-0209)?
Weekly Report · 02/12 09:21
Dividend Champion, Contender, And Challenger Highlights: Week Of February 11
Home Dividends Analysis Dividend Quick Picks: Week Of February 11. Justin Law's weekly summary of dividend activity for the D dividend Champions, Contenders, and Challengers list. The D dividend kings list is a monthly compilation of companies which have consistently increased their annual dividend payouts.
Seeking Alpha · 02/11 13:19
Earnings Update: Black Hills Corporation (NYSE:BKH) Just Reported Its Annual Results And Analysts Are Updating Their Forecasts
Black Hills Corporation (NYSE:BKH) reported its latest yearly results last week. Revenues fell marginally short of analyst estimates, but statutory earnings beat expectations by 3.5%. The company is expected to grow slower than the industry in the years to come. Average price target held steady at US$58.33 for Black Hills.
Simply Wall St · 02/10 14:11
Scotiabank Maintains Sector Perform on Black Hills, Raises Price Target to $58
Benzinga · 02/09 18:42
RBC Capital Maintains Sector Perform on Black Hills, Lowers Price Target to $57
Benzinga · 02/09 15:40
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About BKH
Black Hills Corporation is a customer-focused, growth-oriented utility company. It owns a renewable natural gas facility in Dubuque, Iowa. It serves 1.33 million natural gas and electric utility customers in eight states: Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. The Company has two segments. The Electric Utilities segment generates, transmits, and distributes electricity in Colorado, Montana, South Dakota and Wyoming. It also owns and operates non-regulated power generation and mining assets that are vertically integrated into and primarily contracted to Electric Utilities. The Gas Utilities segment provides natural gas in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming. The segment owns and operates approximately 4,713 miles of intrastate gas transmission pipelines and 42,222 miles of gas distribution mains and service lines, seven natural gas storage sites, more than 50,000 horsepower of compression and over 515 miles of gathering lines.