These Stocks Attained 52-Week Highs As S&P Remains Above 1,350

Here are stocks that hit their lowest price in the past 12 months. Note that this list excludes all stocks with a market capitalization less than $10 billion:

  1. Consolidated Edison Inc. (NYSE:ED): Up 0.96% to $52.80. Consolidated Edison, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides a variety of energy related products and services. The Company supplies electric service in New York, parts of New Jersey, and Pennsylvania as well as supplies electricity to wholesale customers.
  2. Boston Properties Inc. (NYSE:BXP): Down 0.3% to $103.79. Boston Properties, Inc. is a real estate investment trust. The trust owns, manages, and develops office properties in the United States, with a significant presence in Boston, Washington, D.C., Midtown Manhattan and San Francisco.
  3. Annaly Capital Management, Inc. (NYSE:NLY): Up 0.39% to $17.92. Annaly Capital Management Inc. is a real estate investment trust which owns and manages assets and funds on behalf of institutional and individual investors worldwide. The Company manages a portfolio of mortgage backed securities, including mortgage pass through certificates, collaterized mortgage obligations, and other securities.
  4. Progress Energy Inc. (NYSE:PGN): Down 0.77% to $47.58. Progress Energy, Inc. is an integrated electric utility that provides energy and energy-related products and services in the Southeast United States. The Company serves electric and gas customers in the Carolinas and in Florida.
  5. Sempra Energy (NYSE:SRE): Up 0.54% to $55.50. Sempra Energy is an energy services holding company with operations throughout the United States, Mexico, and other countries in South America. The Company, through its subsidiaries, generates electricity, delivers natural gas, operates natural gas pipelines and storage facilities, and operates a wind power generation project.
  6. PPL Corporation (NYSE:PPL): Down 0.04% to $27.46. PPL Corporation is an energy and utility holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, generates electricity from power plants in the northeastern and western United States, and markets wholesale and retail energy primarily in the northeastern and western portions of the United States, and delivers electricity in Pennsylvania and the United Kingdom.
  7. Limited Brands, Inc. (NYSE:LTD): Up 0.68% to $41.23. Limited Brands, Inc. owns and operates specialty stores throughout the United States. The Company, through its retail stores, offer a wide range of products, including women’s apparel, women’s lingerie, beauty products and accessories, personal care, and home fragrance products. The Company’s stores also offer products via the Internet.
  8. Edison International (NYSE:EIX): Up 0.1% to $39.29. Edison International, through its subsidiaries, develops, acquires, owns, and operates electric power generation facilities worldwide. The Company also provides capital and financial services for energy and infrastructure projects, as well as manages and sells real estate projects. Additionally, Edison provides integrated energy services, utility outsourcing, and consumer products.
  9. SK Telecom Co. Ltd. (NYSE:SKM): Down 0.1% to $19.10. SK Telecom Co., Ltd., an affiliate of SK Group, offers telecommunications services and products in South Korea. The Company provides mobile phone services under the brand names Speed 011. In addition, SK Telecom and its subsidiaries offer other wireless services including data, paging, and Internet services.
  10. FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE:FE): Up 6.06% to $42.02. FirstEnergy Corp. is a public utility holding company. The Company’s subsidiaries and affiliates are involved in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity, exploration and production of oil and natural gas, transmission and marketing of natural gas, and energy management and other energy-related services.
  11. AutoZone Inc. (NYSE:AZO): Up 0.8% to $283.44. AutoZone, Inc. is a specialty retailer of automotive replacement parts and accessories. The Company offers an extensive product line for cars, sport utility vehicles, vans and light trucks, including new and remanufactured automotive hard parts, maintenance items, accessories and non-automotive products. Autozone operates in United States and Puerto Rico, and Mexico.
  12. Xcel Energy Inc. (NYSE:XEL): Up 0.16% to $24.44. Xcel Energy, Inc. provides electric and natural gas services. The Company offers a variety of energy-related services, including generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity and natural gas throughout the United States. Xcel utilities serve customers in portions of Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin.
  13. Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. (NYSE:FIS): Up 1.82% to $33.54. Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. is a payment services provider. The Company provides credit and debit card processing, electronic banking services, check risk management, check cashing, and merchant card processing services to financial institutions and merchants.
  14. Brookfield Properties Corporation (NYSE:BPO): Down 1.1% to $19.74. Brookfield Properties Corporation owns, develops, and manages North American office properties. The Company’s portfolio comprises various commercial properties and development sites, including the World Financial Center in New York.

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