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Headlines of Interest

Below are some press releases from companies with preferred stock and/or baby bonds outstanding.

DTE Energy sets 2024

DTE Energy sets 2024 annual meeting date

Global Ship Lease Declares Quarterly Dividend on its 8.75% Series B Cumulative Redeemable Perpetual Preferred Shares

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MidCap Financial Investment Corporation Prices Public Offering of $75.0 Million 8.00% Unsecured Notes Due 2028

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Valley National Bancorp Declares Its Regular Quarterly Preferred and Common Stock Dividends


Blackstone Mortgage Trust (BXMT) Plunges After Carson Block Says BXMT at Risk of Liquidity Crisis – Hagens Berman

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Presidio Granted Second 180-Day Period by Nasdaq to Regain Compliance with Minimum Bid Price Rule

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Kilroy Realty Continues Strong Fourth Quarter Leasing Momentum

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Kilroy Realty Declares Quarterly Dividend

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Schwab Announces Its Winter Business Update

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Chatham Lodging Trust Declares Quarterly Common, Preferred Dividend

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AG Mortgage Investment Trust, Inc. Completes Acquisition of Western Asset Mortgage Capital Corporation

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PennyMac Financial Services, Inc. Announces Proposed Private Offering of $650 Million of Senior Notes

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PennyMac Mortgage Investment Trust Declares Fourth Quarter 2023 Dividend for Its Common Shares

One thought on “Headlines of Interest”

  1. Wow, another Muddy waters hit piece. Considering commercial real estate is definitely having problems there could be something to this but I am not that knowledgeable. As for the lawyers, I consider them most of the time just ambulance chasers.
    When rates were zip, I had a plan that worked pretty good. With rates rising this past year there was too much risk. I followed merger and acquisitions and looked at sites like Yahoo. The flies excuse me, the lawyers ran ads under the stock symbol saying they were investigating the M&A I looked for stocks that were under 50.00 and seemed to be good candidates to close them I watched the price movements and bought what I thought was close to the low and sold at what seemed the high. Rinse, wash and repeat. Stocks like the recent TGH buyout moved.25 to .50 over a few days in the month to the month’s up to the final date.
    25 and 50 cents add up on a couple thousand shares.
    Wouldn’t do that now as past 6 months several deals have fallen out of bed

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