98 articles about "Aqua America"
An essentially flat month for water stocks belied the wider contagion in the markets. Meanwhile, renewed hopes of a new M&A wave in the UK regulated water sector were short-lived.
* San Antonio Water System (SAWS) issued a request for proposals on 14 January as it seeks alternative water sources to help diversify the city’s long-term water supply.
A combination of high volume sales and a favourable regulatory environment helped quoted investor-owned water utilities to outperform in 2010. Concerns over the future stance of the California regulator took the shine off.
Water stocks avoided the worse of the crash, but were slow to recover in 2009. In 2010, publicly traded water companies made up for lost ground, with Amercian stocks outperforming their Asian counterparts.
An exchange of assets will ensure Aqua America and American Water optimise their regulated portfolios and maximise economies of scale.
A strong performance from the US equipment manufacturers contributed to a strong performance for the GWI Global Water Index this month. A sell-off in the UK amid a poor results season took the shine off.
The latest round of quantitative easing in the US was received positively by equity markets everywhere. The Americas segment of the GWI Global Water Index climbed above 100 for the first time since its inception.
A 9% jump in the GWI Global Water Index is the biggest monthly rise since April 2009. Who were the winners and losers?
Consolidated Water and Energy Recovery Inc. were the worst performers in the GWI Global Water Index this month. It does not bode well for IDE Technologies’ planned IPO.
Puerto Rico’s Aqueduct and Sewer Authority wants to reduce non-revenue water through a PPP. The project could bring in $800 million over 15 years.