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Low oil prices could force Canada’s big banks to slash their dividends, according to the latest report by Moody’s. On Monday, the investment ratings agency published a report analyzing the impact of a downturn in the oil and gas sector.
Income investors were unimpressed when Kinder Morgan Inc (NYSE:KMI) cut its dividends last December. But now, there is a new deal that could boost the pipeline giant’s ability to restore its dividends. On Sunday, July 10, Kinder Morgan announced that.
Markets turned to risk-off mode after the Brexit referendum, sending bond yields to record lows. Now U.S. government bonds are having a pullback, which has helped yields return to a more normal level. There was already good news for the.
A housing shortage has sent rents soaring across the country, leaving some Americans struggling to catch up. According to the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University’s latest State of the Nation’s Housing report, the cost burden for renters.
New York, NY — Convenience stores may not be the most exciting business in the world, but they have been a lucrative investment for shareholders. On Monday, Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc (TSE:ATD.B) declared a payout of $0.0775 per share, to be.
The U.S. economy didn’t add that many jobs in May. Now, a new report just confirmed the month’s weakness in the labor market. On Tuesday, July 12, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the latest “Job Openings and Labor Turnover.
Utilities have a reputation for being stodgy investments that generate reliable income—but not much excitement. Duke Energy Corp (NYSE:DUK) stockholders might beg to differ. On Monday, the southeastern utility declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.855 per share. The move.
New York, NY — For the fifth year in a row, Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc (TSE:ATD.B) has elected to hike its dividend to shareholders. On Monday, the company declared a payout of $0.0775 per share, to be paid on August 4.
Economic growth was pretty strong over the past 15 years or so, but that doesn’t mean retirees in America are finding more happiness in their golden years. The Employee Benefit Research Institute published a study showing that from 1998 to.
Everyone knows that rent has been increasing, but it might surprise you just how much faster rent has increased compared to income. According to a new study from Apartment List, using Census data from 1960 to 2014, inflation-adjusted rents have.