Headlines of Interest

Below are some headlines from company’s that have preferred stock or baby bonds outstanding.

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Navios Maritime Holdings Inc. Reports Financial Results for the Second Quarter and Six Months Ended June 30, 2022

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Priority Income Fund Secures Upsized $40 Million Revolving Credit Facility with Longer Maturity and Lower Interest Rate

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Hudson Pacific Properties Announces Pricing of Public Offering of $350.0 Million Aggregate Principal Amount of Senior Notes Due 2028

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Annaly Capital Management, Inc. Announces 3rd Quarter 2022 Common Stock Dividend and Reverse Stock Split

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Urstadt Biddle Properties Inc. Reports Third Quarter Operating Results For Fiscal 2022

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Kilroy Realty Increases Common Dividend 3.8%

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AXIS Launches Wholesale Division

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Argo Group Announces Sale of Lloyd’s Syndicate 1200 to Westfield

Virtus Equity & Convertible Income Fund Announces Distribution and Discloses Sources of Distribution - Section 19(a) Notice

Virtus Equity & Convertible Income Fund Announces Distribution and Discloses Sources of Distribution – Section 19(a) Notice

CERTAIN VIRTUS CLOSED-END FUNDS ANNOUNCE THREE MONTHLY DISTRIBUTIONS: NCV, NCZ, CBH

CERTAIN VIRTUS CLOSED-END FUNDS ANNOUNCE THREE MONTHLY DISTRIBUTIONS: NCV, NCZ, CBH

9 thoughts on “Headlines of Interest”

  1. private, finally the comments I was looking for. Going back to the 80’s not all bad. get rid of this crap shoved down our throats for 30 years, not holding my breadth on ever doing whats right.

  2. How times have changed for office/studio property REIT HPP. Now paying nearly 6% on their newly issued 5-year bonds.

    This company had previously more or less nailed the top in the preferred market when they were able to issue a monster 17 million preferred shares (HPP+C) back in November 2021 at a microscopic yield of 4.75%.

    Current price for HPP+C is $17.50 with a yield approaching 7%. Common stock price has been cut in half since issuing that preferred. This is a solid company in a very tough sector right now. Wow.

    Tim – can’t emphasize enough how useful these “Headlines of Interest” are to us….thanks!

  3. The cap on SS needs to be moved up no matter what. A lot more wage earners are making above 150,000 a yr.

    1. From the article about social insecurity…..

      Social Security payments are taxed — even though the money is from the government to begin with.

      Is it really “from the government”?

      1. It’s not taxed if your income is low, which is often the case for retired people. If they’re not wealthy or if they have enough of their money in Roth IRAs. I expect to never pay tax on SS. But the tax threshold doesn’t go up with Inflation so it’s actually getting lower every year,

        1. Martin G, one of the reasons I made the post this morning. Even cola’ s efffect us going forward not to mention rising Rmd’s on ira’s over your retirement.

        2. Martin, Wealthy could use debt to live and never be taxed. Wealthy could invest in real estate and receive depreciation while receiving cash, etc. The taxation on SS is neither progressive or fair. It is an expense which is taxed and the origin and a disbursement that is taxed a second time.

    2. Aah, what is old is new again.

      Social security wasn’t taxable until the mid 1980s, so she is talking about going back to where we started.

      Creative proposal. It looks like it would eliminate taxes on current payments (good for retirees – nice way to buy votes) while taxing current wage earners more. Might help close the shortfall in the SS trust fund.

      Bill probably has little chance, but you never know.

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