American Electric Power Company Inc (AEP)
18 Jun 2013
|Market Cap (Mil.):||$22,309.47|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||486.05|
NEW YORK - All trades in American Electric Power Inc and NextEra Energy Inc in a crash that happened in the first minute of trading on Thursday will stand, the New York Stock Exchange said, following the latest in a flurry of unexplained sharp drops in the market.
(Updates with comment from NextEra CFO, details on NYSE ruling, closing prices)
NEW YORK, May 23 - The New York Stock Exchange said after a review of trades in American Electric Power and NextEra Energy in the first minute of trading on Thursday, it has determined that all of the trades will stand.
Feb 25 - U.S. power company American Electric Power Co Inc will stop burning coal at three Midwest power plants by 2015 to reduce air pollution as part of a settlement with federal regulators, states and environmental groups.
Feb 25 - U.S. power company American Electric Power Co Inc on Monday agreed to stop burning coal at three Midwest power plants by 2015 and replace some of the capacity with renewable energy as part of a settlement with several environmental groups.
Feb 22 - Fitch Ratings has affirmed the ratings of American Electric Power Company (AEP) and subsidiaries and revised the Outlook of AEP and Kentucky Power Company (KPCO) to Negative from Stable. Fitch has maintained Negative Outlook for Ohio Power Company (OPCO). All other subsidiary Outlooks remain Stable. A complete list of rating actions is provided at the end of this release. OPCO is AEP's largest subsidiary. The Negative Outlook for both entities reflects uncertainty around increased
Feb 15 - U.S. power company American Electric Power Co Inc (AEP) said Friday it expects to spend $4 billion to $5 billion between now and 2020 to make its remaining coal plants compliant with current and proposed federal environmental regulations.
HOUSTON, Dec 21 - American Electric Power Co's SWEPCO utility will reduce output at a one unit at the Welsh coal-fired power plant in Texas now that the 600-megawatt John W. Turk Jr. coal plant in Arkansas has begun commercial operation, a spokesman said on Friday.
HOUSTON, Dec 20 - American Electric Power Co's Louisiana-based utility said its $1.8 billion Turk power plant in Hempstead County, Arkansas, has begun commercial operation, the nation's first ultra-supercritical coal-fired unit and one of the few coal plants currently being completed.
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