The supermarket operator could see its technical signs improve after posting its second-quarter results.
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This portfolio has returned 305.6% since its inception in 2007.
Leggett & Platt raised its dividend in August to a new payout of $1.68 per share annually, good for the 50th consecutive year of dividend increases.
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The announcement is welcome because it ensures production predictability, though deliveries scheduled for next year have come down a bit.
McDonald's decision to raise its dividend is an indicator of the sector's comeback from the pandemic, but higher labor and food costs are a concern.
BP slashed its dividend because of the pandemic, but the stock is still offering an attractive 5.3% dividend yield, with a solid payout ratio of only 40%.