— The Southern Company (NYSE: SO) reported Q3 2019 earnings of $1.34 per share, vs. $1.15 expected.
— Revenues fell 2.7% to $6 billion, vs. $6.17 billion expected.
— Wholesale electric revenues fell 73% to $625 million.
— Natural gas revenues were up 6% to $498 million.
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