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GE Slashes Dividend, DOJ opens sample of accounting

General Electric Co. GE -1.24% lowered the dividend to a symbolic amount, saying that the federal authorities had instituted a criminal investigation of their accounting practices as the embattled conglomerate under new CEO Larry restructure wool culp. Executives said Tuesday that the Department of Justice has launched an investigation into the company's recent accounting practices, along with a recent investigation …

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McDonald's beats on a broad front, increasing its dividend (MCD)

McDonald's shares gained about 2% on Tuesday morning after the burger giant posted gains in the third quarter that exceeded Wall Street estimates. The fast food chain released on a quarterly Tuesday The earnings of $ 2.10 per share surpassed analysts' expected $ 1.99. Revenue declined 6.6% to $ 5.37 billion, but that was higher than Wall Street expected $ …

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RBS pays first dividend since the financial crisis

August 3, 2018 3:25 pm ET LONDON- Royal Bank of Scotland Group RBS -1.63% PLC said on Friday that it would pay its first dividend in a decade, a milestone for a bank that had fallen through the financial crisis. RBS, which was rescued by British taxpayers and remains under the control of the British government, said it intends to …

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Britain's RBS announces the first dividend in a decade

LONDON (Reuters) – The British Royal Bank of Scotland ( RBS.L ) pays its first dividend since its near-collapse and government bailout in 2008, paving the way for the government to another Reduction of their share of the lender. FILE PHOTO: The Royal Bank of Scotland signs are seen on December 1, 2017 in a bank branch in London, UK. …

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RBS revives the dividend for the first time since the financial crisis

Nick Megaw in London 3. August 2018 Print this page The Royal Bank of Scotland pays its first dividend after being rescued during the financial crisis. This marks an important milestone on the Bank's path to recovery and paves the way for further reduction of government spending The Bank pays an interim dividend of 2p per share after reaching a …

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RBS pays first dividend in 10 years

The Royal Bank of Scotland PLC Group (RBS.LN) announced on Friday that it will pay its first dividend in 10 years and is considering special distributions after announcement of the half-year profit. The majority shareholder in the UK said it intends to pay a 2.0 pence a stock interim dividend, RBS first since its taxpayer-funded rescue in 2008. RBS said …

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SCANA lowers the stock dividend as legislators lower interest rates

SCANA announced a significant reduction in the quarterly dividend on Thursday from continued after-effects of the V.C. Summer Nuclear Debacle and Action Wednesday by the S. C. Legislature to lower the electrical prices that it puts on customers. The Cayce-based utility will reduce its dividend in the second quarter by 80 percent to 12.37 cents per share. This is a …

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There is no Brexit dividend. Nobody cares.

Each page of Britain's Brexit debate in 2016 has an economic narrative. Remainers warned against big economic costs when leaving the European Union. Leavers promised Brexit dividends: budget cuts for the National Health Service, lack of bureaucracy, "smoother" trade with the EU, and a variety of new trade agreements that would benefit exporters. Nowadays it becomes clear On which side …

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How To Find The Best Dividend Stocks – The Motley Fool

Many income investors think that the most important measure of valuing a dividend paying share is their return. I used to think so when I started investing many years ago. At the time, I would not even consider investing unless a stock offered a much higher return than the market in general. However, I have since learned that dividend investment …

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GE may have to stop paying its dividend after 119 years

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – General Electric has paid a dividend for 119 consecutive years, including during the Great Depression and the 2008 financial crisis. Goldman Sachs believes the series must come to an end. GE sits on a mountain of debt accumulated through a series of bad deals, shrinking revenues and a large pension gap. These debts are making it …

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