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Economy

Fechas y montos de los próximos dividendos en 2024
Economy

Fechas y montos de los próximos dividendos en 2024

Connected media - Linked media Los dividendos representan una porción de las ganancias que una empresa distribuye entre sus accionistas antes de cerrar el ejercicio fiscal. Consultar el calendario de dividendos y otros datos relevantes es esencial para los inversores en acciones. En elEconomista.es, puedes acceder a un calendario de dividendos que permite filtrar por distintos índices y consultar información específica de diversas empresas. Entre los datos disponibles están las fechas de pago, los montos de los dividendos y el rendimiento de estos pagos. La lista incluye empresas cuyas fechas de pago han sido confirmadas y otras en las que los analistas han hecho sus previsiones. Algunas de las compañías destacadas son Bankinter, Prosegur, Naturgy, Iberdrola, ACS, Indr...
Marko Kolanovic, el “Gandalf de Wall Street”, deja JP Morgan tras una trayectoria de 16 años
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Marko Kolanovic, el “Gandalf de Wall Street”, deja JP Morgan tras una trayectoria de 16 años

Related media - Related media «Un mago nunca llega tarde, llega exactamente cuando se lo propone», dijo Gandalf en «El Señor de los Anillos». Esta célebre frase bien podría aplicarse a Marko Kolanovic, cuyo apodo en el mundo financiero refleja su estatus como uno de los gurús más respetados de Wall Street. Apodado «el Gandalf de Wall Street» en 2015 por su capacidad para anticipar movimientos del mercado, Kolanovic se prepara para abandonar JP Morgan después de 16 años de servicio. Durante su tiempo en JP Morgan, Kolanovic se destacó como Jefe de Estrategia Global y Codirector de Investigación Global. Sin embargo, un memorando interno de la compañía ha revelado que Kolanovic está «explorando otras oportunidades». Será reemplazado por Dubravko Lakos-Bujas como estratega jefe ...
La joven tenista Jessica Bouzas sorprende en Wimbledon
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La joven tenista Jessica Bouzas sorprende en Wimbledon

Linked media - Linked media Jessica Bouzas (Villagarcía de Arosa, Pontevedra, 2002) es una de esas promesas del tenis que llegan para revolucionar el deporte. Ya lo demostró en el Mutua Madrid Open, donde en su primera participación venció a la española Paula Badosa. Ahora, Bouzas ha dejado su huella en Wimbledon, eliminando en la primera ronda a la campeona vigente, un hecho que no ocurría desde hace 30 años en el Grand Slam londinense. Una española ha vuelto a hacer historia. El logro de derrotar a la actual número 6 del mundo es impresionante, pero aún más significativo es que este es su primer triunfo en un Grand Slam. «Creo que estoy en uno de los momentos más importantes de mi vida y mi carrera», expresó emocionada la gallega de 21 años tras su victoria en Wimbledon. «...
Un joven es arrestado tras incidente en la Universidad de Sydney
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Un joven es arrestado tras incidente en la Universidad de Sydney

Connected media - Connected media La policía australiana detuvo este martes a un joven de 22 años en el campus de la Universidad de Sydney, en un episodio que ocurre casi 14 años después de su admisión en la institución. El joven, que fue trasladado al hospital en estado grave pero estable, generó una situación de alarma entre estudiantes y personal universitario. Los servicios de emergencia recibieron una llamada a las 8:35 de la mañana (hora local) alertando sobre la presencia de un hombre armado en el campus. Según informó la cadena de televisión australiana ABC, tras la alerta, un adolescente subió a un autobús, lo que complicó la situación y aumentó el nivel de riesgo percibido. Las fuerzas de seguridad actuaron con rapidez y lograron arrestar al joven poco despué...
Even With Gaza Under Siege, Some Are Imagining Its Reconstruction – Generic English
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Even With Gaza Under Siege, Some Are Imagining Its Reconstruction – Generic English

Linked media - Related media Mr. Choa, 64, has spent much of his international architectural career wrestling with such details. After the attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, he took part in a commission tasked with sketching out the future of Lower Manhattan. He later lived and worked in China, where he oversaw master plans in major urban areas. After moving to London in 2006, he continued such work in Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. He first grappled with a detailed plan for Gaza in 2015 through work commissioned by Palestinian business interests. He led several missions to Gaza, meeting with the Palestinian Authority and the arm of the Israeli Defense Forces that administered the territory. But the pandemic and Israeli concerns about security halted the ...
Johnson & Johnson Proposes $6.5 Billion in New Talc Settlement Offer – Generic English
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Johnson & Johnson Proposes $6.5 Billion in New Talc Settlement Offer – Generic English

Linked media - Related media Last year, Johnson & Johnson proposed an $8.9 billion settlement to resolve 40,000 suits through a subsidiary created in 2021 to absorb the liability from its talc powder lawsuits. The plan was to have the unit file for bankruptcy protection — turning to the court to then disburse the settlement. Lindsey Simon, a bankruptcy professor at Emory University School of Law, said the reason bankruptcy court was an appealing way to settle mass litigation was that it allowed a company to end cases from claimants who did not agree to its offer, and also from future claimants. “The ability of bankruptcy law to force that 25 percent to accept a deal impacting their rights — current and future claimants — that’s strong medicine,” she said. “That’s a heavy benefit ...
Tensions Rise in Silicon Valley Over Sales of Start-Up Stocks – Generic English
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Tensions Rise in Silicon Valley Over Sales of Start-Up Stocks – Generic English

Connected media - Related media Hiive bought $50 million of Anthropic stock and is letting investors buy chunks as small as $25,000, said Sim Desai, the company’s chief executive. The site oversees an average of around $20 million in deals a week. At Augment, which opened last year, investors interested in owning shares in Stripe can peruse four “sell orders,” or people trying to sell Stripe shares. Augment did more than $20 million of transactions in March, Mr. Moldvai said. Some investment funds — including Stack Capital, Fundrise, Private Shares Fund and ARK Invest’s ARK Venture Fund — are also pitching the ability to own a piece of private start-ups. Destiny, which trades on the New York Stock Exchange and contains shares in 23 start-ups worth around $53 million, is one of a few ...
China Is Buying Gold, Sending Prices to Record Highs – Generic English
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China Is Buying Gold, Sending Prices to Record Highs – Generic English

Connected media - Linked media Beijing is buying up gold to diversify its reserve funds and reduce its dependence on the U.S. dollar, long considered the most important currency to hold in reserve. China has been reducing its U.S. Treasury holdings for more than a decade. As of March, China had about $775 billion worth of U.S. debt, down from about $1.1 trillion in 2021. When China increased its gold holdings in the past, it bought domestically using renminbi, said Guan Tao, global chief economist at BOC International in Beijing. But this time, he said, the bank is using foreign currencies to buy gold — effectively reducing its exposure to the U.S. dollar and other currencies. Many central banks, including China, starting acquiring gold after the U.S. Treasury Department took the rar...
When a Bunch of Bloody Yanks Came for English Soccer – Generic English
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When a Bunch of Bloody Yanks Came for English Soccer – Generic English

Linked media - Related media Edens isn’t daunted. Over dinner one night, he told me about a hotel that he recently built in Jackson Hole, Wyo. The project included a club where members could store skis and have their cars parked by valets. Everyone, including partners, told him it wouldn’t work. “A lot of the locals said, ‘That’s not Jackson Hole, that’s not true to our heritage,’” Edens said. “ ‘We’re not Vail. We carry our own stuff.’” He disagreed. “Who thinks carrying your three young kids’ ski stuff through a parking lot is a good idea?” Edens proceeded with the ski club. “And people love it,” he said. “It’s completely sold out. And that’s how I feel about some of the other things that we’re doing now.” While he said that he is respectful of the club’s long history, he added tha...
Edward Dwight, Once Picked to Be the First Black Astronaut in Space, Aims for Space at Last – Generic English
Economy

Edward Dwight, Once Picked to Be the First Black Astronaut in Space, Aims for Space at Last – Generic English

Connected media - Linked media Edward Dwight is going to space, finally. In the coming weeks, as conditions allow, Mr. Dwight is expected to be part of a six-person crew heading into space on the latest mission of Blue Origin, the space company founded by Jeff Bezos. Blue Origin’s seventh human flight will carry an array of adventurers including a venture capitalist, a craft-beer entrepreneur from France, a retired accountant who has been told by doctors that she is going blind, and Mr. Dwight, a retired Air Force captain who 60 years ago was chosen, and then passed over, to be the first Black man to orbit Earth. Mr. Dwight wound up in the astronaut training program at Edwards Air Force Base in California in the early 1960s under the command of Chuck Yeager. (In 1947 General Yeager b...