Kimberly-Clark Corp (NYSE:KMB)

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Why a Dividend Hike Merits Some Caution in P&G and Consumer Products

The Procter & Gamble Co. (NYSE: PG), the world's top consumer products giant and a Dow Jones Industrial Average component, made important news on Monday by announcing that it was ...
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Telecoms Liven Up Short Interest in Big Dividend Stocks

The short interest data for the first two weeks of March is out, and the results among the top high-yield safe dividend stocks are mixed. The biggest changes took place ...
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Short Interest Generally Wanes in High-Yield Dividend Stocks

The short interest data for the final two weeks of February is out, and the results are somewhat surprising when it comes to the top high-yield safe dividends out there. ...
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Kimberly-Clark Dividend Hike Signals Lower Rival Dividend Hikes in 2014

Kimberly-Clark Corp. (NYSE: KMB) received almost no coverage for the dividend hike that was announced on Tuesday. For this consumer products giant to raise its dividend by almost 4% does not ...
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Big Short Interest Changes in High-Yield Dividend Stocks

The short interest data for the end of November is out, and the results are somewhat surprising when it comes to the top high-yield safe dividends out there. Some of the ...
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Short Sellers Made Big Changes in High-Yield Dividend Stocks

We have now seen the short interest reports from the October 31 settlement date and have compared them to the October 15 settlement date. This is important because it reflects ...
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Are Top Hedge Funds Starting to Rotate out of U.S. Stocks?

With a stock market that has posted a 23% gain on the S&P 500 Index so far in 2013, the Prime Brokerage team at Credit Suisse is starting to see ...
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Short Sellers Abandoning Bets Against High-Yield Defensive Dividend Stocks

We have seen the short interest reports for the October 15 settlement date. It turns out that short sellers have been getting out of the way of the bull market ...
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High-Yield Dividend Stocks Face Rising Short Interest

Short sellers have increased their bets against the stable high-dividend stocks that are in most Americans' retirement accounts and mutual funds. The end-of-September short interest saw year highs in a ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Celgene, J.C. Penney, Whole Foods and More

Stocks have traded down from recent highs in light of a federal government shutdown and ahead of a debt ceiling expiration. Now investors and traders have to wonder which stocks ...
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J.P. Morgan Sees No October Stock Market Crash: Five Stocks to Buy

The head of portfolio strategy at J.P. Morgan, Thomas Lee, has been a consistent bull this year. In fact, he stood his ground reasonably well during the May to June ...
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Short Sellers Pile On and Attack High-Yield Dividend Stocks

Short sellers have increased their bets against the stable high-dividend stocks that are in most Americans' retirement accounts and mutual funds. In fact, the mid-September short interest saw year highs ...
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Short Sellers Get Schizo Regarding High-Yield Dividends: AEP, GE, Annaly, Altria and More

Short sellers are trying to decide what to do when it comes to how evaluate the high-yield dividend and defensive stocks. The latest short interest changes as of July 31 are ...
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Short Sellers Make Big Changes in High-Yield Dividend Stocks

Short sellers are continuing to keep their bets against many of the top defensive high-yield dividend stocks. Increased volatility in June and rising interest rates are obviously making short sellers ...
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Closing Bell for Monday on Wall Street: Markets Mixed at Open, Float to Gains

July 22, 2013: U.S. equity markets opened mixed this morning with the DJIA dipping on a poor earnings report from McDonald’s Corp. (NYSE: MCD). There was no economic data release of ...
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