DUK

AcronymDefinition
DUKDuke Energy Corporation (stock symbol)
DUKDemokratyczna Unia Kobiet (Polish: Democratic Women's Union; Gdansk, Poland)
DUKDead Upon Keyboard
DUKDeutsch Und Kommunikation (German: German and Communications; handbook)
DUKDiocese of the United Kingdom
DUKDeutschen UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Kommission (German: German UNESCO Commission)
References in periodicals archive ?
So long as there is no event of default under the subordinated indenture, DUK has the right to defer interest payments on the debentures for up to 10 consecutive years on more than one occasion.
Liquidity: DUK has ample liquidity to meet its operational needs and debt refinancing requirements, but will require continued capital market access.
Achieving synergies: DUK is at risk for achieving system fuel savings included as part of the PGN merger settlement agreement with the North Carolina Public Service Commission.
Achieving synergies: DUK is at risk for system fuel savings included as part of the merger settlement agreement with the North Carolina Public Service Commission.
Environmental Exposure: Pre-merger, DUK (excluding PGN) derived approximately 60% of its electric generation from coal-fired facilities and expects environmental spending of $2.
Click the following link to see a daily chart of DUK since June 2006 with 50-day moving average:
DEFS' rating and stable rating outlook reflect the following characteristics: a conservative capital structure and generally strong current and projected credit measures; significant scale and scope of operations and geographic diversity of assets; supportive corporate sponsors in DUK and COP; and a highly discretionary capital spending program.
3 million DUK shares sold short would still take more than seven days to cover, and could lend a much needed boost to the security on any positive news.
With the volatility in the energy market being what it is, this bunch of holdouts is perfectly poised to offer DUK some help on any upgrades.
The trouble with DUK is its rather poor short-term price action.
DEFS' rating and stable rating outlook reflect the following characteristics: a conservative capital structure and generally strong current and projected credit measures, significant scale and scope of operations and geographic diversity of assets, supportive corporate sponsors in DUK and COP, and a highly discretionary capital spending program.