The highest inflation rate in 40 years plus, the worst bond market meltdown in decades, increasingly unpredictable and sometimes aggressive US regulation, war in Europe, the highest oil and gas prices since 2008 and now rising recession risk, as the US Federal Reserve jacks up interest rates to slow inflation. Given all that the Dow Jones Utility Average’s 0.36 percent first half 2022 total return is extraordinary. And the four factors I cited earlier this year enabling utilities “quiet rally” are strong as ever:
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