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Loblaw Companies Limited (TSE:L), the largest food retailer in Canada, just released a solid earnings report and raised its dividend. On May 4, Loblaw announced its financial results for its first quarter (ended March 26, 2016). The company generated $10.4.
If you thought that a cold winter would deter Canadians from going to the movies, you’d be wrong. Cineplex Inc (TSE:CGX), the company that owns and operates most of the movie theaters in Canada, just released a tremendous earnings report.
Who Else Wants Monthly Income? I love income investing. Dividend stocks, though, have always had one major problem: most of us have monthly bills, but our dividend checks arrive only once a quarter. Bonds are worse. Coupons are usually paid.
Exxon Mobil Boosts Dividend Slightly Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) managed to eke out only a small dividend hike last quarter, signaling the energy giant is getting by, even under the weight of low oil prices. On Wednesday, the world’s largest.
Canadian telecom company TELUS Corporation (NYSE:TU, TSE:T) reported lower-than-expected profits on Thursday, yet the company hiked its dividend and extended its dividend growth program. In the first quarter of 2016, Telus generated $3.11 billion in operating revenue, up 2.6% year-over-year.
Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), the maker of “Tylenol,” “Band-Aid,” and myriad other brands, just hiked its dividend. Could this add fuel to the recent rally in JNJ stock? On Thursday, April 28, Johnson & Johnson announced a 6.7% increase in.
100 Years of Consecutive Quarterly Dividends International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM), nicknamed Big Blue, has hiked its quarterly dividend, but the move did little to impress IBM stock shareholders. On Tuesday, IBM announced it would raise its quarterly cash dividend.
Apple Hikes Dividend, Tops Up Stock Buyback Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) announced a dividend hike and topped up its share buyback program in a move that could signal growth is slowing down at the world’s largest technology company. Apple’s board of.
Distribution Cut Latest Sign of Hard Times for MLPs Energy pipelines were once considered the safest securities on Wall Street, but now, Mr. Market is handing investors a reality check on investing in the notoriously volatile oil patch. Case in.
CP Rail Hikes Dividend 43% The turnaround at Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (NYSE:CP, TSE:CP) has turned the company into a cash flow machine, allowing management to hike CP’s dividend and buy back shares. On Wednesday, the company announced another round.