Economy Close to Meeting Fed’s Target The central banks in Europe and Japan have adopted negative interest rate policies. Will the U.S. Federal Reserve do the same? According to the Fed’s second-highest-ranking official, the answer is “no.” During a speech.
Dividend Payouts May Exceed 40% Distribution Target In the latest sign that mining companies may be turning the corner after a plunge in global commodity prices, the world’s fourth-largest iron ore producer said it’s increasing its final dividend payout by.
$50.0 Million Buyback to Be Completed in Four Weeks The momentum in China’s red-hot real estate market is still going strong. One real estate developer just announced a new stock buyback program. On Monday, Nam Tai Property Inc (NYSE:NTP) announced.
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%.
Raises Quarterly Dividend Rate to $0.42 Per Share In what’s considered a dull and boring industry, one company is producing exciting returns. On Monday, Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. (NYSE:MLM) announced that its board of directors has approved a quarterly cash.
Freight Mover Benefits From Capacity Management Cargojet Inc. (TSX:CJT), a Canadian-based air cargo service provider, said its board has approved a 17.4% increase in its cash dividend for the period starting July 1 to Sept. 30, according to a statement.
Wealth Inequality on the Rise A tiny fraction of Americans controls a majority of the nation’s wealth, according to a recent report from the U.S. Congressional Budget Office (CBO). More specifically, the bottom half of the population collectively owns a.
Current Price Too High to Justify: Analyst Williams Companies Inc (NYSE:WMB) has reportedly rejected a buyout offer from Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (NYSE:EPD). While reports suggest that Enterprise could make another offer, analysts are not so sure that this will.
S&P 500 Undervalued by 20%–25% Global equity markets will continue their upward journey backed by improved corporate earnings and a better economic outlook, according to a research by Morgan Stanley’s (NYSE:MS) Wealth Management division. Mike Wilson, who is the chief.
T-Bills Sale Schedule Announced From August 22–26, the U.S. Treasury Department will auction off $175.0 billion worth of government bonds. Although the notes will be of varying maturities, they will all be available in minimum denominations of $100.00. Roughly $122.0.