Robert Baillieul, B.Comm.
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Brexit Fallout Starts to Show Just weeks after Brexit, new evidence has emerged suggesting that there is collateral damage from the Bank of England’s (BoE’s) insistence on low interest rates. The BoE slashed rates to near zero in an attempt.
Fed Governors Suggest Rate Hike Imminent As Brexit-induced panic begins to fade, the Federal Reserve is rekindling the possibility of higher interest rates. Two Fed officials were dispatched to communicate the Fed’s willingness to raise interest rates, and unsurprisingly, their.
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.