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For income investors who already owned Intel, this is good news. But for the income investor who had not yet bought shares, it's time to re-evaluate whether Intel is still an enticing investment for investors looking to grow their dividend income...
Click Ticker to See live coverage Kellogg Company ( K ) announced a 6.5% increase in its quarterly dividends, to $0.49 per-share yesterday, bringing the company's dividend yield to 3% at the current price levels.
progressive dividend currently yielding 3.6 per cent, 2) dividend has been raised for 23 consecutive years and should gradually increase moving forward, 3) market leader in the construction of offshore oil platforms (the primary business) with
Click Ticker to See live coverage Hershey Co ( HSY ) stock is down 1.77% despite yesterday announcing results in line with analysts' expectations. The shares declined after the management announced a possible weakness in short-term sales due to
There have been anxious flutters about the prospects for UK dividend income lately, following news that company payouts grew just 1.2% in the year to 30 June. That's the lowest quarterly total since 2010, according to Capita Asset Services, although
But even though things have been tough for the big oilies of late, with upstream exploration costs rising and consumer demand restrained, Shell surely has to be a great long-term buy, doesn't it?...Fundamentals Looking at any company regardless of
The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Jul. 23 2014, 7:00 AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jul. 23 2014, 7:00 AM EDT The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob
With the U.S. unemployment rate falling and the housing market recovering, things are looking quite a bit better in the U.S., says the former lead manager of the First Asset Canadian Dividend Opportunity Fund, who recently launched his own firm,
a leading global provider of data center and colocation solutions, announced today that its board of directors has authorized quarterly cash dividends for the company's common and preferred stock for the third quarter of 2014. Common Stock The
Microsoft's quarterly payouts add up to a 2.5% yield these days, and the software giant's dividend policy stretches back to 2003. With more than a decade of steady payouts behind it, Redmond is building a respectable dividend history. And that 2.5%