Tricky October Ends With A Treat For Stocks – Forbes

Stocks Jump After Surprise Bank of Japan Move – Yahoo Finance

Right around then a pair of Bear Stearns hedge funds imploded in the first tremors of the financial crisis, but I swear the recession isn’t my fault. Armed with only a basic knowledge of Wall Street at the start, after a few thousand stories I’ve got a pretty good handle on this business. My contributions to the Forbes brand don’t end when I leave the office either: I’m also a two-time MVP of the Forbes .400 softball team. Tips, story ideas, criticism, questions?

Stocks With Monthly Dividends: Chambers Street Properties –

The company leases properties to a diverse group of high-quality tenants, with the main goal of providing a steady, predictable stream of monthly income to shareholders. Chambers Street currently pays out an annual dividend yield of about 6.3%, which is a pretty attractive income stream. Is the company a good choice for income investors? And could the REIT also be a good fit for investors seeking long-term growth? Diverse tenants and predictable rental income mean stability On average, Chambers Street Properties’ 15 largest tenants each account for less than 3% of the company’s rental income.

Micron Technology Inc. fell .1 percent to $33.73 with 13,674,400 shares traded. Microsoft Corp. fell .2 percent to $41.80 with 15,801,200 shares traded.

Most active Nasdaq-traded stocks – Yahoo News

are dominating the headlines following Starbucks’ (SBUX) fiscal fourth-quarter update. Management attributed the soft segment transaction trends (up 1%) on tepid bricks-and-mortar retail industry traffic–supported by trends across our retail and e-commerce coverage universe–and not throughput or competitive reasons. Despite the U.S. traffic softness, the Americas segment’s profitability remains strong, with operating margins improving 260 basis points to 24.4% through operating leverage and supply chain improvements.


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