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2 dividend growth stars I'd buy right now - Motley Fool Australia

2 dividend growth stars I'd buy right now
Motley Fool Australia
Some of the best returns for investors come from companies that are able to growth their profits consistently enough to steadily lift their dividend payouts. Stocks are after all priced on an expectation of their future cash flows discounted to reflect ...

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6% dividends: Are Retail Food Group Limited shares a buy? - Motley Fool Australia

6% dividends: Are Retail Food Group Limited shares a buy?
Motley Fool Australia
Today, the company offers a 6.3% dividend and a modest price of around 11x forecast full year earnings. Retail Food Group reduced its profit growth guidance yesterday, following the underperformance of two of its franchises, Pizza Capers and Michel's ...

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These dividend stocks are down a lot, but there's plenty of cash flow to raise payouts - MarketWatch

MarketWatch

These dividend stocks are down a lot, but there's plenty of cash flow to raise payouts
MarketWatch
But some of these plays still have attractive dividend yields and plenty of free cash flow to support higher payouts. A company's free cash flow is its remaining cash flow after planned capital expenditures. We can calculate a “free cash flow yield” by ...



Daily Dividend Report: ORCL, LMT, KR, NRZ, SRE, MAS, PNW, AIT - Nasdaq

Daily Dividend Report: ORCL, LMT, KR, NRZ, SRE, MAS, PNW, AIT
Nasdaq
New Residential Investment ( NRZ ) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.50 per common share for the second quarter of 2017, up from $0.48 per common share in the first quarter of 2017. The dividend is payable on July 28, 2017 to shareholders of record ...



Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA) 5.1% fully franked dividend yield - Motley Fool Australia

Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA) 5.1% fully franked dividend yield
Motley Fool Australia
Indeed, there's a lot to like about owning CBA shares over the long term, including a historically consistent dividend payment. Aside from that, the bank is highly regulated by APRA and closely followed by analysts, ensuring that it is held accountable ...

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Fundies bite into Red Rooster's tasty dividend yield - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Fundies bite into Red Rooster's tasty dividend yield
The Australian Financial Review
If Red Rooster-owner's 8.6 per cent to 9.3 per cent dividend yield sounds too good to be true, that's because it is. Well, at least for those taking a longer term view. As fund managers dig into Red Rooster and Oporto parent company Craveable Brands' ...



Australian companies have bucked a global trend and significantly increased payouts to investors - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

Australian companies have bucked a global trend and significantly increased payouts to investors
Courier Mail
Australian companies, however, were among the strongest global performers, with dividends surging 39.2 per cent. Globally, almost $US220 billion ($290 billion) was paid out in dividends by companies in the Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index in the ...



BHP drives local dividend lift despite downward global trend ... - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

BHP drives local dividend lift despite downward global trend ...
Herald Sun
AUSTRALIAN companies have bucked a global trend towards reduced dividends, significantly increasing payouts to investors, according to research. Despite a ...

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MTN Ex-Dividend Reminder - 6/26/17 - Nasdaq

MTN Ex-Dividend Reminder - 6/26/17
Nasdaq
Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel , on 6/26/17, Vail Resorts Inc (Symbol: MTN) will trade ex-dividend, for its quarterly dividend of $1.053, payable on 7/13/17. As a percentage of MTN's recent stock price of $209.96, this ...

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Statoil ASA: Allocation of Dividend Shares to primary insiders for fourth quarter 2016 - Nasdaq

Statoil ASA: Allocation of Dividend Shares to primary insiders for fourth quarter 2016
Nasdaq
Reference is made to the announcement by Statoil ASA (the "Company", OSE: STL, NYSE:STO) on 6 April 2017 regarding the participation by the primary insiders in the dividend issues under the scrip dividend programme for third quarter 2016.

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