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Materials Compnay Outlines New Capital Allocation Strategy Construction materials companies might not sound that exciting, but when one of them is combining dividends with aggressive buybacks, it deserves the attention of income investors. On Wednesday, Simpson Manufacturing Co., Inc. (NYSE:SSD).
Shares Surge to Three-Year High After Earnings WPP plc (NASDAQ:WPPGY), a multinational advertising and public relations firm, said its board has approved a 22% increase in the company’s dividend payout for the first half of 2016 after it posted a.
Young Leading Surge in Retirement Saving One of the lagged indicators for an improving economy is that people find more disposable income on their hands to think about life’s other priorities after food, shelter, and health. And saving for retirement.
Announces 15% Increase in Interim Dividend Rate On Wednesday, Costain Group PLC (LON:COST) announced that its board of directors has declared an interim dividend of 4.3 pence per share. This represents a 15% increase from its previous interim dividend of.
Unit’s Spin-Off Holding Back Repurchases MetLife Inc. (NYSE:MET) may resume its share buyback plan in the next two months, according to RBC Capital Markets analysts Eric Berg . RBC Capital Markets analysts previously believed that buybacks would be on hold.
Del Taco Doubles Buyback Authorization On Tuesday, Del Taco Restaurants, Inc.’s (NASDAQ:TACO) board of directors has increased the company’s share and warrant repurchase program to $50.0 million, representing a 100% increase from its previously announced authorization of $25.0 million, effective.
Also Announces a $336 Million Share Repurchase Program After more than seven years of dividend drought, this airline company finally started returning value to income investors. On Wednesday, Qantas Airways Limited’s (ASX:QAN) board of directors declared a fully franked final.
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. According to.
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..
First Year-Over-Year Decline Since November 2015 While new home sales soared to an eight-year high in July, data on existing home sales is telling a different story. On Wednesday, August 24, the National Association of Realtors reported that total existing.