American Water Works
90 articles about "American Water Works"
Most of the dedicated water funds enjoyed a resounding turnaround in fortunes last year. A mixed outlook for some of the large-cap stocks could lead to a reassessment of investment strategies in 2013.
Water had a good year on the markets in 2012, according to our annual stock performance survey on page 8.
A mixed bag of second-quarter results had analysts scrambling to update their forecasting models for a number of mid-cap water stocks. Impressive gains at Sabesp and American Water drove the GWI Americas Index to a new high.
American Water was the runaway winner amongst the quoted US water utilities in 2011. What are the prospects for 2012?
David Lloyd Owen reviews the new edition of the Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook and finds difficult financial markets make it an unlucky thirteenth for the private sector.
World water stocks continue their upward trend, with the exception of Asia, dragged down by some gloomy results from Chinese companies.
Less than one per cent of the US economic stimulus will go towards water and wastewater infrastructure. The outcome is unlikely to change the ‘D-’ grade given to the sector by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
In the new edition of the Pinsent Masons Water Yearbook, David Lloyd Owen finds that there are still hurdles for international private water operators, despite a jump in the number of contracts awarded.
In his annual review of the international private water industry, David Lloyd Owen finds a proliferation of smaller deals, but still some big disappointments.
* Colombia’s popular president Alvaro Uribe embarks on a second term with plans to dramatically improve services in a country where 7.6 million people receive water unfit for consumption.