- Investopedia•13 hours ago
It's time for an extra scoop of cash from cereal and snacks incumbent Kellogg (NYSE: K). The company has bumped its quarterly dividend higher by 4% to $0.52 per share. At the current share price, that ...
- Barrons.com•18 hours ago
Utilities, real-estate investment trusts and consumer staple stocks are sporting nosebleed valuations, but David Abella, manager of the $240 million City National Rochdale Dividend & Income fund (RIMHX), doesn’t think those sectors are entirely picked over. Among the fund holdings highlighted by Abella, 50, are General Mills (GIS), $5 billion B&G Foods (BGS), real estate investment trusts Lamar Advertising (LAMR) and EPR Properties (EPR) and electric utility giant Duke Energy (DUK). While they aren’t cheap, Abella says they sport reasonable valuations relative to sector peers and pay a nice dividend.
General Mills, Inc.NYSE
After hours: 71.00-0.89 (-1.24%) as of 5:34 PM EDT
|Bid||71.49 x 100|
|Ask||72.05 x 200|
|52wk Range||47.50 - 72.95|
|Day's Range||71.17 - 72.22|
|Avg Vol (3m)||3,219,273|
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