Dividends prove more resilient than earnings in a crisis: research


In COVID-19 Crisis, Older Americans Are More Resilient
Dividends Earnings … In COVID-19 Crisis, Older Americans Are More Resilient Than Younger Generations, Edward Jones and Age Wave Research Finds Unique, 9,000-Person, Five-Generation Study …


Global dividend plunge to be worst since financial crisis
By Marc Jones. LONDON (Reuters) – The coronavirus crisis will see the world’s biggest firms slash dividend payouts between 17%-23% this year or what could be as much as $400 billion, a new report has shown, although sectors such as tech are fighting the trend.. Global dividend payments plunged $108 billion to $382 billion in the second quarter of the year, fund manager Janus Henderson has …


Canada and China Grow Dividends in Q32020 | Morningstar
Europe and the UK were worst affected, but North American dividends were more resilient, with Canada holding the region up. … dividends are more than cash for investors – they contain a signalling element. … We expect OTEX to have a forward earnings growth of 16.8%. It has a dividend yield of 1.2%, and we forecast dividend growth at 3-4%. …


S&P 500 Dividends Will Fall 25% This Year, Analysts Say …
S&P 500 dividends will fall by 25% this year as the coronavirus crisis drives companies … Dividends follow earnings. … That part of the market is considered more resilient than other real …


Expert Roundtable: Looking at Oil Stocks? Buy These …
Renewable energy and water treatment should prove far more resilient investments than oil in the years ahead. … during the current crisis in the earnings … a dividend that should prove very …


Most Important Earnings Of The Year | Seeking Alpha
The most important earnings season of the year. The crucial Q2 US earnings season starts next week. It is a key test both to the recent turn up in EPS expectations, with the earnings revisions …


The great dividend crisis: What can investors do? | This …
In our experience companies that can grow their earnings to support higher dividends in five or 10 years’ time are far more rewarding investments than short-term ‘yield plays’.


Henderson High Income Trust – Able to commit to the dividend
Able to commit to the dividend. Recent market falls have left Henderson High Income Trust (HHI) trading on a 7.3% dividend yield. This is a significant premium to the yield on the UK market, which has been hit by a swathe of dividend cuts. The board are well aware of the reliance that many investors have on the income paid by the trust. Fortunately, HHI’s sources of revenue are diversified …


Trusts that can be a cash oasis in the dividend desert …
So, for dividend-chasing investors, the opportunity to secure a worthwhile income is narrowing – and will continue to do so – although some companies will prove more resilient than others.


65 Best Dividend Stocks You Can Count On in 2020 | Kiplinger
Analysts expect Lowe’s to deliver average annual earnings growth of more than 15% for the next five years, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence, which should help keep the dividend aloft.
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