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Published in Investing on 14 October 2013 Royston Wild reveals why shares in Marks and Spencer plc (LON: MKS) are set to head skywards. US ) progressive dividend policy makes it an attractive stock market selection. Dividends set to resume upward
A little higher yield at the time you buy can make a big difference to the growth of your income stream over the long term...Last year the board distributed a staggering $11bn of dividends. That may be mind-blowing in nominal terms, but $467bn of
IST Share More There is a rush to buy the stock as ex-dividend, the cost of acquisition per share would be just Rs 10.20 per share, said a market analyst. Shares of Four Soft surged higher in trade after the company announced an interim dividend of
After all, the global economy continues to sputter along in the aftermath of the Great Recession, and progress has been slow in digging out of the giant hole caused by the financial crisis. Even more than that, consumers across the globe by and large
today announces that its Board of Directors has approved a semi-annual cash dividend of $0.05 per share of common stock outstanding. The dividend will be paid on November 6, 2013, to stockholders of record as of the close of business on October 25,
Building out the infrastructure to support the growing energy renaissance in the United States is no small task. Three companies in particular are integral to the energy markets. ENB) are the leaders in the pipelines space, but which one is the best
The index gained 28 points in early trading to reach 6,462, which is actually eight points up on the week. Investors started selling a week ago in response to the deadlock, but it was clear even than that the problem would be solved sooner or later
Owing to the strong cash pile the Bangalore-based company has been sitting on, the market is abuzz with talk it might announce a special dividend or a share buyback. As on June 30, Infosys held cash and cash equivalents of about Rs 24,078 crore.
will be keeping its dividend steady this quarter at $0.13 per share. Sealed Air has paid the same amount to shareholders since March 2011, after raising its payout by $0.01. The company's most recent quarterly dividend will be payable on Dec.
The Christchurch manufacturer of automated production systems, Scott Technology, has announced a special centenary dividend of 2 cents per share after announcing a drop in profits. The special dividend comes in addition to a 5.5c per share final