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Carlisle Marks 40 Consecutive Years of Dividend Increases A company making rubber sheet roofing might not sound that exciting. But this one has been raising its dividends every single year for the past four decades. On Thursday, the board of.
Deutsche Predicts 20% Upside New York, NY — Kraft Heinz Co (NASDAQ:KHC) said today its board approved a 4.3% increase in the company’s quarterly dividend to $0.60 per share of common stock. In addition, the company reported earnings of $0.85.
Jobless Rate Stays Steady at 4.9% New York, NY — U.S. employment increased more than expected in July and wages picked up, signaling that the economy is picking up steam and raising the probability of an interest rate increase in.
Underwriting Business Boosts Profits New York, NY — National General Holdings Corp (NASDAQ:NGHC) announced today that its board approved a 33% increase in its quarterly dividend to $0.04 per share for its common stock-holders, according to a statement released today..
Investment Bank’s Shares Surge 9% After Dividend Bump New York, NY — Moelis & Co (NYSE:MC) increased its quarterly dividend by seven percent to $0.32 per share, representing the third increase in its regular dividend from the time of the.
Fresh-Cut, Avocado Product Lines Experiencing Growth New York, NY — Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc (NYSE:FDP) said its board has approved to raise its quarterly cash dividend by 17% to $0.15 per share as a result of its continued strong.
Jobless Claims Up Slightly, but Point to Steady Hiring New York, NY — On Thursday, August 4, the U.S. Labor Department released its weekly report on unemployment insurance claims. It showed that in the week ending July 30, the advance.
REIT Raises Dividend 8.4% New York, NY — Economic recovery might be slow in Las Vegas, but one casino resort-focused real estate investment trust (REIT) is hiking dividends just a few months after its initial public offering (IPO). On Thursday,.
Central Bank Also Cuts Growth Forecast New York, NY — The Bank of England (BoE) cut its benchmark interest rate to a new low on Thursday and said it would buy government and corporate bonds as part of easing efforts.
1-in-5 Students Did Not Apply for Financial Aid New York, NY — College is not cheap, but there is still a sizable portion of students who decide not to get financial aid. On Tuesday, the National Center for Educational Statistics.