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Edison's stock price drop pegged to Southland wildfires

L.A. Times Friday, 8 December 2017
As wildfires spread through the Southland this week, Southern California Edison’s parent company saw its stock price plummet on investors’ fears that the utility could be forced to pay costs related to the blazes.

Wall Street’s initial response to the area’s many fires, the first of which started...
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