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Investors can track Wall Street analysts' ratings to select stocks of dividend-paying companies that have attractive growth prospects, which could boost earnings and cash flows to support higher dividends. Here are three attractive dividend stocks, according to Wall Street's top experts on TipRanks, a platform that ranks analysts based on their past performance. Northern Oil and GasThis week's first dividend stock is Northern Oil and Gas (NOG). NOG paid a dividend of 40 cents per share for the first quarter, reflecting an 18% year-over-year increase. JPM highlighted that this potential increase in the Q3 dividend would mark the second dividend hike this year.
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Read previewLegal challenges against student-debt relief efforts continue, making the fate of millions of borrowers all the more uncertain. When it comes to higher education, the ruling will impose more barriers on regulations that are particularly controversial, like efforts to forgive student debt. The Education Department is working on finalizing its second attempt at a broader debt relief plan, which it hopes to implement this fall. But striking down Chevron could pose even more barriers to debt relief and many higher education regulations borrowers rely on. After the Supreme Court's Chevron ruling, Sen. Bill Cassidy — top Republican on the Senate education committee — sent a letter to Education Sec.
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AdvertisementSome recently started driving for Uber and Lyft to earn extra income and have something to do. AdvertisementHaving something to do in retirementSome drivers like Glenn Mueller, 75, said Uber driving gives him something to do in his retirement. Others like Bob Milosavljević, 72, rely on driving income to supplement his Social Security income. Now, Petrie, who lives in Anderson, South Carolina, said he gets $1,780 in Social Security, which isn't enough to cover all his expenses. He retired 11 years ago in Southwest Florida and started driving for Uber and Lyft in 2017 to supplement his Social Security.
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CNN —Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected the idea of starting a ceasefire in Gaza while Hamas remains in power, after The New York Times published an article citing six current and former security officials who said a truce would give Israeli troops time to prepare for a potential land war with Hezbollah. The officials, most of whom spoke anonymously to “discuss sensitive security matters,” also said a truce would be the most effective way to secure the release of the Israeli hostages. We will not capitulate to the winds of defeatism, neither in The New York Times nor anywhere else. “They (the IDF) understand that a pause in Gaza makes de-escalation more likely in Lebanon,” Hulata told the Times. When asked by the Times if it supported a truce, the IDF released a statement that didn’t answer the question directly.
Persons: Benjamin Netanyahu, , Eyal Hulata, Netanyahu, , ” Hulata Organizations: CNN, Israeli, The New York Times, Former Israeli National, Times, Israel, IDF, Hezbollah Locations: Gaza, Israel, defeatism, The, Israel’s, Lebanese, Lebanon
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBanks are more focused on credit than rates, says Hennessy Fund's David EllisonDavid Ellison, Hennessy Funds Portfolio Manager and Gerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets Managing Director, joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to talk the Fed's bank stress test.
Persons: Hennessy, David Ellison David Ellison, Gerard Cassidy Organizations: RBC Capital Markets
CNN —Two tourists, one from the United States and one from the Netherlands, have disappeared while hiking separately in Greece, authorities in the Mediterranean country have revealed. Popi Despotidi, Amorgos’ deputy mayor of tourism, told CNN on Thursday that Calibet has been coming “to Amorgos almost every year” for about a decade. US tourist Albert Calibet has been missing since Tuesday. Municipality of AmorgosAnd on the island of Samos, a 74-year-old Dutch tourist has been missing since Sunday, with a large search and rescue operation underway, authorities said. Konstantia Dimoglidou, a spokesperson for the Greek police, told CNN on Thursday that “police, fire brigade and volunteers are involved in the search, including by air,” for both men.
Persons: Michael Mosley, Albert Calibet, Popi, Amorgos, Calibet, Samos, Konstantia, Marco Simoni, Shutterstock Mosley Organizations: CNN, Hellenic Rescue Team, Facebook, Hellenic National Meteorological Service Locations: United States, Netherlands, Greece, Symi, Amorgos, Katapola, Samos, Marathokampou
Today’s verdict for Hunter Biden is only the beginning in @HouseGOP's pursuit for accountability. Related storiesSome Republicans are also pointing out that Hunter Biden initially had a plea deal with the federal government, only for it to fall apart. "This is all about protecting Joe Biden and only Joe Biden," Miller wrote. This is all about protecting Joe Biden and only Joe Biden. It is people like Hunter Biden who lie on background checks that give law-abiding, Second Amendment-loving gun owners a bad name.
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Washington CNN —Donald Trump hasn’t shown much interest in reaching out to Republicans who hate him. Or, he argued, “they’re likely to stay home.”Hutchinson told CNN he won’t stay home himself, but he won’t vote for Biden or Trump. “This swath of Republican strategist types are literally begging the Biden campaign to give them a reason to support him,” a former House Republican leadership aide told CNN. “You can hold your nose and vote for Biden and not be in public screaming about it. But Purcell has also not yet heard from the Biden campaign this time.
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Read previewThe Senate failed on Wednesday to advance a bill designed to protect access to contraceptives nationwide. Just two Republican senators — Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska — voted with Democrats to advance the bill. Advertisement"Do people really think that even a significant minority of the Republican conference is against access to contraception?" AdvertisementBut still — if Republicans aren't against contraception, why won't they just vote for the bill? Glenn Youngkin of Virginia vetoed a bill to protect access to contraception, arguing that it violated principles of religious freedom.
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CNN —Italian World Cup speed skier Jean Daniel Pession and his girlfriend, Elisa Arlian, died in a mountain accident in northwest Italy, the Italian Winter Sports Federation (FISI) confirmed. “A terrible tragedy struck the world of winter sports and speed skiing in particular,” the federation said in a June 1 statement. “In a tragic mountain accident above Champoluc (Aosta), Jean Daniel Pession, a 28-year-old World Cup team member, lost his life. Together with Pession, his girlfriend also died,” FISI added. According to the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS), Pession finished 15th in the 2021 World Cup standings for speed skiing.
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The Toussaint Louverture International Airport, which has reopened after being closed for nearly three months due to gang violence, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on May 20. Montis and the Lloyds barricaded themselves inside their residence on the compound, but it was not enough, Lloyd told CNN. US Ambassador to Haiti Dennis Hankins walks after Haiti’s transitional council ceremony, on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti on April 25, 2024. The situation on the ground in Port-au-Prince remains anarchic,” he warned. But Thursday morning, the bodies of Davy and Natalie Lloyd finally began their long journey home.
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AI is not a net threat to our business: Xero CEO
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAI is not a net threat to our business: Xero CEOSukhinder Singh Cassidy, CEO of Xero, says the business is "macro resilient," adding that the U.S. remains one of the company's "long-term, strategic markets."
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CNN —Top Republican senators are defending Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito as the conservative justice became embroiled in a second flag controversy, even as some Democrats call for Alito to recuse himself from key matters pending before the high court. “I just think Democrats are determined to harass members of the Supreme Court. So obviously, they don’t like Justice Alito or the decisions he makes,” he told CNN. Several prominent Republican senators criticized Alito over the upside-down flag. “I think the question is how many MAGA battle flags does the Supreme Court justice have to fly until the rest of the court takes it seriously?” he asked.
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Tbilisi, Georgia CNN —Georgia’s parliament has passed a controversial “foreign agents” bill despite widespread domestic opposition and warnings from the European Union that its enactment would imperil the country’s chances of joining the bloc. Many Georgians fear their foreign agents bill will be used the same way in their country. Georgia’s parliament now has 10 days to send the bill to President Salome Zourabichvili, who has already vowed to veto it. However, EU leaders have made it clear that the foreign agents bill’s passage would jeopardize Georgia’s chances of accession. Georgian law enforcement officers detain a demonstrator near the parliament in Tbilisi on May 14.
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With opulent graves but no written records, the empire and its people have remained largely in the shadows of history until recently. But a landmark April 2022 study involving ancient DNA taken from the graves of the Avar elite shed light on the empire’s far-flung origins. A tiny sample is drilled from a bone at the ancient DNA laboratory at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany. In the case of men, researchers found two partners in 10 cases, three partners in four cases and four partners in one case. “Polygamy (having multiple marriage partners), serial monogamous marriages and extramarital relations are all possible explanations,” she said.
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Morgan Stanley shares drop on WSJ probe report
  + stars: | 2024-04-11 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMorgan Stanley shares drop on WSJ probe reportGerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets managing director, joins 'Fast Money' to weigh in on the WSJ report that Morgan Stanley is facing a probe by federal regulators.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Gerard Cassidy Organizations: RBC Capital Markets
Scotland’s Hate Crime and Public Order Act came into force last week, a contentious law that expands existing legislation to include transgender identity as a protected characteristic from hate crimes. In the first week of the law’s enactment, a feminist group, “Let Women Speak,” organized a rally against the legislation in Scotland’s capital on Saturday. Another major concern for those who oppose the Hate Crime Act is the supposed lack of clarity on what type of behavior could constitute an offense under the new law. But 25-year-old Scottish trans student Lucy (who asked not to be identified by her real name due to concerns about continued online abuse), said the new law does not reassure her. Scotland’s proposed reforms would have allowed transgender people to self-identify, without the need for a medical diagnosis or certificate.
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Read previewWhen Georgia Hunter began researching her family history and writing "We Were the Lucky Ones" in 2008, she didn't expect it to become a bestselling novel, and even less a Hulu series that she'd coproduce. For books specifically, it can help when a novel or series has had great success in stores, but it's not the only consideration. He's a decades-long friend of both Hunter and Lipez, the showrunner, who he brought the book to in 2019. The audience success of the novel certainly helped in making the decision to adapt the book, too, Helman said. "The book and the true story of these characters were mothers and fathers who wanted to protect their children.
Persons: , Georgia Hunter, Hunter, Logan Lerman, Erica Lipez, Carolyn Cassidy, Jordan Helman, Helman, Joey King, Halina, Eddy Kurc, Hunter's grandaunt, Hulu There's, — it's, Cassidy, there's, it's, Percy Jackson, Ellyn Jameson, Thomas Kail, He's, Lipez Organizations: Service, Georgia, Hulu, Business, Disney, Television, Hulu Originals, 20th Television Locations: Poland
CNN —Dozens of worshippers died after a bus headed to an Easter conference apparently “lost control” and “plunged” off a cliff in South Africa’s Limpopo province on Thursday, the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) reported. An eight-year-old girl who survived has been airlifted to hospital, the public broadcaster reported. The crash happened in the Mamatlakala mountain pass between Mokopane and Marken, where the bus caught fire once it fell, public broadcaster SABC reported. South African Transport Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga said the government will repatriate the bodies to Botswana, the broadcaster said. “I am sending my heartfelt condolences to the families affected by the tragic bus crash near Mamatlakala.
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CNN —The final death toll from the Moscow concert hall attack last week could be higher than the 143 confirmed dead, as Russian investigators said they have received more than 100 reports of missing people. Investigators had said earlier that they had also received 143 reports of missing people since Friday. Russian social media channels have since been filled with appeals from friends and relatives to help find the victims still missing. Mourners lay flowers in Moscow on Saturday for the victims of the Crocus City Hall attack. Olga Maltseva/AFP/Getty ImagesDespite ISIS sharing video evidence, Russian President Vladimir Putin has baselessly claimed that Ukraine was in some way responsible for the attack.
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The rare find could help scientists further understand how changes in the human diet have led to the prevalence of cavities today. Uncovered during two excavations from 1993 and 1996, the teeth were among several human teeth and other remains found within a limestone cave in County Limerick in Ireland. One tooth had a surprising abundance of Streptococcus mutans (S. mutans), an oral bacteria that causes cavities. Researchers also believe the bacteria is not as commonly found within ancient teeth because the human diet included less refined sugar and fewer processed foods than are consumed today, Cassidy said. … ancient teeth can help us understand how the human oral microbiota (range of microorganisms) has evolved over time and the impact of these changes on human health in the past and today,” Humphrey said in an email.
Persons: Lara Cassidy, Cassidy, mutans, , , would’ve, Tannerella, mutans “, Louise Humphrey, ” Humphrey Organizations: CNN, Trinity College Dublin Locations: County Limerick, Ireland, France, London
Investors seeking some stability in their portfolios may want to consider high-quality dividend stocks, especially those with a track record of steady income payments. Here are three attractive dividend stocks, according to Wall Street's top experts on TipRanks, a platform that ranks analysts based on their past performance. Nonetheless, PepsiCo announced a 7% hike in its annualized dividend to $5.42 per share, effective with the dividend payable in June 2024. On March 18, Morgan Stanley analyst Dara Mohsenian upgraded PepsiCo stock to buy from hold with a price target of $190. (See PepsiCo Stock Buybacks on TipRanks)
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White House national security adviser John Kirby said Sunday that the Senate should swiftly advance a bill that would force Chinese technology company ByteDance to sell TikTok. The bill passed in the House with overwhelming bipartisan support. The bill passed in a 352-65 House vote on Wednesday. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., has made clear that he is in no rush on the TikTok bill. The TikTok bill has also sparked debate outside of Capitol Hill.
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Donald Trump has promised to pardon some of the January 6 Capitol rioters if he is reelected. Former VP Mike Pence called it "unacceptable" that Trump refers to the rioters as "hostages." GOP Sen. Bill Cassidy said it would be a "wrong signal" for Trump to pardon them. AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump has been clear about at least one of his plans if he should reclaim the White House in November. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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