York Water traded at $41.09 this Friday July 1st, increasing $0.66 or 1.63 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, York Water gained 1.63 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 9.95 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast York Water to be priced at 39.98 by the end of this quarter and at 36.81 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Artesian Resources 50.38 1.21 2.46% 30.05%
American Water Works 153.43 4.66 3.13% -2.20%
American States Water 83.69 2.18 2.67% 3.51%
Cadiz 2.50 0.17 7.30% -82.73%
Companhia de Saneamento de Minas Gerais 11.41 -0.27 -2.31% -23.17%
California Water Service 57.00 1.45 2.61% 0.67%
EYDAP 7.10 -0.14 -1.93% -11.91%
Middlesex Water 90.54 2.86 3.26% 9.14%
Pure Cycle 10.58 0.04 0.38% -23.78%
Rgc Resources 20.33 1.26 6.61% -20.02%
SJW 64.74 2.33 3.73% 1.20%
Aqua America 47.44 1.59 3.47% 0.47%
Watts Water Technologies 124.33 1.49 1.21% -15.25%
York Water 41.09 0.66 1.63% -9.95%

Indexes Price Day Year
USND 11128 99.11 0.90% -23.99%
US2000 1728 19.77 1.16% -25.07%

York Water
The York Water Company is an investor-owned water utility in the United States. The Company's primary business include impound, purify to meet, or exceed safe drinking water standards and distribute water. It also owns and operates two wastewater collection systems and five wastewater collection and treatment systems. The Company operates within its franchised water and wastewater territory, which covers 51 York, Adams, and Franklin Counties, Pennsylvania. The Company obtains the bulk of its water supply from both the South Branch and East Branch of the Codorus Creek. It has two reservoirs, Lake Williams and Lake Redman, which together hold up to approximately 2.2 billion gallons of water. Water service is supplied through the Company's own distribution system.