Mergent Public Utility Manual and News Reports

ISSN: 05450241

This authoritative reference covers every publicly held U.S. utility, including gas and electric utilities, gas transmission, water and telephone companies. This one-volume Manual provides complete descriptions of company history and operations, financial reports, capital structure and long term debt, plus maps of areas served.

Complete coverage includes:
  • History - significant events since incorporation
  • Business - detailed narratives of business and products
  • Properties - plants, offices and other facilities
  • Subsidiaries - a full listing that includes state or country of incorporation
  • Officers - names and titles
  • Directors - all names and, in many cases, other corporate affiliations
  • Long-term debt - a summary of indenture information including current Moody's rating
  • Capital stock - full information on common and preferred stock, warrants and purchase rights and most recent offering information including underwriter
  • Letter to shareholders - reproduced word for word from the Annual Report
  • Notes to financial statements - the exact statement as prepared by the company's independent auditors
  • Income statements - up to seven years of "as-reported" figures, presented line entry for line entry and number for number
  • Balance sheets - up to seven years of unaltered figures
  • Statements of cash flow - up to three years of unaltered figures
  • Footnotes - prepared by Mergent to assure a highly accurate and complete representation
And you’ll find other essential facts and figures: auditors, general counsel, exchange and symbol, number of employees, number of shareholders, address, telephone and fax numbers, shareholder relations contact, stock price ranges, dividends, report of independent auditors, transfer agents, stock splits and annual meeting date

Along with your subscription, receive the industry’s foremost News Reports monthly in print and weekly online via The News Reports keep you up to date on:
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Interim earnings
  • New products
  • New contracts
  • Management changes
  • Rating changes
  • New issues
  • Financing
  • Joint ventures
  • Call notices
  • Name changes
  • Other significant events
A unique Special Features section includes:
  • End of month averages of market prices, dividend rates, yields, earnings
  • Common stock averages
  • Preferred stock yield averages since 1946
  • Average bond yield by rating
  • Nuclear plants listing
  • Significant governmental activities and regulations
  • Coverage of non-callable and convertible bonds
  • Pollution and environmental control revenue bonds
Please note: Depth of coverage on any specific company and number of companies in any particular publication may vary.

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