Hydro One stock has too much political risk to recommend, Industrial Alliance says

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A seemingly positive development for Hydro One (Hydro One Stock Quote, Chart TSX:H) is overshadowed by ongoing political and regulatory risk, Industrial Alliance Securities analyst Jeremy Rosenfield says. On October 4, staff from the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission filed updated testimony in support of the merger of Hydro One and natural gas distributor Avista. […]

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