P/E Ratios for Consumer Staples at Multi-Year Highs
Investors who are buying solid dividend-paying stocks in search of a return when bond yields are extremely low are running into the risk of artificially inflating the value of companies.
Weak Oil Outlook May Hurt Dividends
With soaring debt levels at some of the world’s largest oil companies, it will be prudent for investors to think about the sustainability of their dividend payouts when oil prices continue to remain depressed..
U.K., Australia Suffer From Commodity Plunge
Companies in Japan, North America, and Europe paid more dividends in the first quarter, pushing the Henderson Global Dividend Index to its highest level in a year.
Dividend payouts by global firms rose 2.2%.
Payouts Exceed Incomes at Some Big U.S. Firms
Investors involved with S&P 500 businesses had the best dividend party since the financial crisis of 2008 as some of the biggest companies in the U.S. paid more in dividend than their.
Debt Investors Shifting Money to Dividend Stocks
New York, NY — Yield-hungry debt investors shouldn’t blindly buy dividend stocks with high valuations.
Investors are diverting cash to equity markets as they look for returns amid negative yields in most of.
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