... said the choice to take the dividend or reinvest largely depends on the discount or the pricing of the dividend reinvestment of the stock. “If the discount is good, I would advise to reinvest. The discount would have to be more attractive than ...
SOUTH African retail group, Pick n Pay, is "anxious" to reinvest in TM Supermarkets but has been awaiting ... But insiders say Shoprite wanted to pay a discount to OK's share price as the stock hardly traded and the market value does not reflect true ...
There are a number of reasons why "reinvestment" of institutional funds is not a promising way to build the clean energy economy: 1. Small impact of financial investments - Buying stock of clean energy companies does very little to help those companies or ...
Truthout · 3y
TORONTO — Arguing that conservation of cash was a key priority in the current economic environment, Loblaw here on Wednesday announced a plan to allow shareholders to receive dividends in the form of discounted stock.
Reinvestment & compounding may have profoundly positive effects. As a hypothetical example, let’s say you own 100 shares of a stock with a $10 share price. For the sake of mathematical convenience, let’s say that this stock maintains that share ...
U.S. multinationals have as much as $1.8 trillion in what are called "permanently reinvested earnings" offshore ... that tax holiday in net terms funded shareholder dividends and stock buy-backs, not structural investments in the U.S. real economy ...
CNN Money · 4y
Carl Icahn himself admitted as much to me when I interviewed him back in 2013, for a TIME cover story that looked at his quest ... who took between 66% and 82% of their compensation in stock over the last seven years. What this means on a practical level ...
Time · 3y
[miningmx.com] – ADAM Fleming, chairperson of Witwatersrand Consolidated Gold Resources (Wits Gold), would reinvest his family’s proceeds ... decline in Wits Gold’s share price, however. The stock once traded at R94/share giving it a market value ...
Miningmx · 4y
Most financial advisors agree that the stock market rises on average about 8 to 10 percent per year. Still, there's no consensus on whether now is the right time to reinvest. "Presently, yes, stocks offer pretty good opportunity, but looking further down ...
If China's capital stock were already too big for its needs ... Even if the SOEs deserved their large profits, they would not be able to reinvest them if they paid proper dividends to their shareholders, principally the state. Since a 2007 reform ...