- EXC reported Q4 earnings of $495 million, or 58 cents per share, from $378 million, or 44 cents per share a year ago.
- Excluding special items, earnings were 50 cents per share, down from 64 cents per share last year. Analysts expected to see earnings of 54 cents per share.
- Revenue for the quarter was $6.18 billion, beating analysts estimate of $5.63 billion.
- Looking forward, EXC expects to see FY2014 earnings between $2.25 and $2.55 per share. Analysts expect to see earnings of $2.29 per share.
EXC's President and CEO Christopher M. Crane commented: "Exelon delivered another year of strong operational performance and earnings within our guidance range, despite challenging market conditions.""On the generation side of our business, we achieved a nuclear capacity factor of greater than 94 percent in a year of record output. Each of Exelon’s three utilities had its best year in reliability and customer satisfaction," Crane added. EXC's Dividend The company declared its last quarterly dividend of 31 cents per share on January 28. This dividend will be paid on March 10 to shareholders of record on February 14. The stock has an ex-dividend date of February 12. Stock Performance Exelon shares were mostly flat during premarket trading Thursday. The stock is up 5% YTD.