AES earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
News & Analysis: The AES Corporation
The company has undergone a remarkable turnaround, and it's on track to overachieve even in 2020.
A strong second quarter wasn't the only reason this utility stock went up.
AES's focus on renewable energy is helping it withstand global economic turmoil.
This utility marches to its own drummer. Once you understand its approach, you might decide it's a buy -- or best avoided.
AES isn't a boring old utility, and that's both a good thing and a bad thing -- which means this utility stock is something of an acquired taste.
The utility company is a bit different from what most investors expect when they think of utilities, and that was on clear display in March.
AES is shifting to clean energy and its CEO says the coronavirus isn't a worry, so why's the stock falling?
AES earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
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