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World’s Largest Miner Hurt by $7.7 Billion in Impairment Losses HP Billiton Ltd., (NYSE:BHP), the world’s number one miner by market value, cut its final dividend by 77% after posting its worst-ever annual loss. The group reported an underlying attributable.
Underlying Profit Drops 24% on Gold, Copper Prices Newcrest Mining Ltd. (ASX:NCM) said it will pay a final dividend of $0.075 a share for 2016 after reporting a 12% decline in its net earnings. The company said in an announcement.
Coating Company’s Shares Have Surged 16% in 3 Months New York, NY — Nordson Corp. (NASDAQ:NDSN) announced today that its board has approved a 13% increase in its quarterly cash dividends, going from $0.24 per share to $0.27 per share..
New York, NY — Newmont Mining Corp (NYSE: NEM) may double its third-quarter dividend payout to $0.05 a share if the gold prices continue to trade higher, according to Chief Executive Officer Gary Goldberg. “We’ll look at modifying our gold-price-linked.
Board Also Approves $10.0 Million Share Buyback Plan New York, NY — Haverty Furniture Companies, Inc. (NYSE:HVT) said its board of directors has approved a $0.12 a share dividend on the common stock, representing a 20% increase when compared to.
Energy Producer Posts $0.61 a Share Loss New York, NY — NRG Energy Inc (NYSE:NRG) reported today that it will pay $0.03 a share quarterly dividend, drastically lower from $0.14 a share it distributed in the same period a year.
Small, Mid-Cap Energy Firms Lead in Dividend Cuts New York, NY — Dividend cuts over the 12-month period ending June 2016 rose 157%, led by energy companies, according to an analysis by S&P Dow Jones Indices. The amount in slashed.
Monetary Easing Speculations, Political Progress Fuel Rally New York, NY — Spanish government bonds rose today, taking the yield on the benchmark 10-year debt below one percent for the first time. The rally is fueled by the monetary easing expectations.
Halifax-Based Investment Firm Swings to Profit New York, NY — Clarke Inc. (TSE:CKI) said it is ceasing the company’s regular dividend payout because its internally generated cash flow has been insufficient to fully finance recent dividend payments as a result.
Rapidly Aging Workforce Slowing Growth New York, NY — Rapid retirements deprive companies of critical experience and knowledge, which undermines productivity across the entire economy and hurts economic growth, according to a new study by Nicole Maestas of Harvard University.