Dividend Cuts

The market appears to be pricing in a 50% dividend cut, but analyst Brett Feldman doesn't see this as enough to drive long-term deleveraging and ...

 

... those high yields are built on very shaky footing, and it's much more likely that investors will watch their money go up in smoke from a dividend cut.

 

However, its recent dividend cut to pursue growth seems to be a significant change in the bank's strategy. Despite this, it offers a sustainable 4% yield ...

 

Despite over $300 in cap-ex last year, and a $500 million budget this year, the company is guiding for tepid EBITDA growth. I would avoid SEMG for ...

 

A large dividend cut is being priced in as the current yield is an insane 20%. Frontier needs to dedicate more cash to fixing its balance sheet.

 

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