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All Eyes on Scana for Fallout From Toshiba's Nuclear Woes

  • U.S. nuclear operators already reeling from low power prices
  • Southern seen as being more sheltered, Morgan Stanley says
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What's Ahead for Toshiba After Revealing $6.3B Loss

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Now that Toshiba Corp. has disclosed a $6.3 billion writedown related to its struggling U.S. nuclear program, Wall Street’s attention is turning to Scana Corp. 

Scana slumped the most in 17 months on Tuesday after Japan’s Toshiba said it may sell Westinghouse Electric Co. -- the atomic unit building plants in South Carolina for Scana and in Georgia for Southern Co.