Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc (HE)

NYSE
41.13
+0.25(+0.61%)
  • Volume:
    111,017
  • Day's Range:
    40.95 - 41.34
  • 52 wk Range:
    37.94 - 45.53

HE Overview

Prev. Close
40.88
Day's Range
40.95-41.34
Revenue
2.99B
Open
41.06
52 wk Range
37.94-45.53
EPS
2.29
Volume
111,017
Market Cap
4.5B
Dividend (Yield)
1.40
(3.42%)
Average Vol. (3m)
414,214
P/E Ratio
17.87
Beta
0.29
1-Year Change
-4.53%
Shares Outstanding
109,431,346
Next Earnings Date
Aug 05, 2022
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Sector
Utilities
Employees
3623

Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. is a holding company with its subsidiaries principally engaged in the electric utility, banking, and renewable/sustainable infrastructure investment businesses operating in the State of Hawaii. Its segments include Electric utility and Bank. Its Electric utility segment provides essential electric service to Hawaii’s population through the operation of five separate grids that serve communities on the islands of Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, Lanai and Molokai. Its Bank segment provides an array of banking and other financial services to Hawaii consumers and businesses. The Bank segment has lending activities, including origination, purchase and sale of loans, residential mortgage lending, construction and development lending, multifamily residential and commercial real estate lending, consumer lending, commercial lending, and loan origination fee and servicing income.

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  • People of Hawaii have filed a breach of public trust lawsuit against the state of Hawaii, its governor, the utility monopoly, and the PUC with the goal of converting the company to publicly owned, non-profit coops like the state legislature has talked about doing for the past 30 years. The utility appears to be engaged in running a Bernie Madoff style Ponzi scheme.
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    • Ed, where can I find this info? Sounds like a heavy accusation on the Government of Hawaii...
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    • Probably a short seller Democrat.
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