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Headlines of Interest

Below are press releases from company’s with preferred stock or baby bonds outstanding–or just general news of interest.

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CNB Financial Corporation Announces Quarterly Dividend for Common Stock

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ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc. Fourth Quarter 2022 Webcast Scheduled for February 16, 2023

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Safe Bulkers, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Twelve Months 2022 Results and Declares Dividend on Common Stock


AMMO, Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2023 Financial Results

Diana Shipping Inc. Announces the Acquisition of an Ultramax Dry Bulk Vessel

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State Street Corporation Declares Dividends on Its Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock Series “D”, “F” and “G”

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Industrial Logistics Properties Trust Announces Fourth Quarter 2022 Results

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Assured Guaranty Ltd. to Report Full Year and Fourth Quarter 2022 Financial Results on February 28, 2023

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Axis Reports Q2 Fiscal 2023 Financial Results

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Hercules Capital Increases Its Quarterly Cash Distribution to $0.39 per Share for the Fourth Quarter of 2022

Horizon Technology Finance to Announce Fourth Quarter 2022 Financial Results

Fannie Mae Reports Net Income of $12.9 Billion for 2022 and $1.4 Billion for Fourth Quarter 2022

Safehold Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2022 Results

Safehold Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2022 Results

7 thoughts on “Headlines of Interest”

  1. Ammo common fell 13% after hours after their results were announced.
    See if the preferred follows suit when it starts trading this morning.

    1. Ammo’s results don’t make any sense. As an avid gun owner I can not even get many of the types of ammo needed. They should be able to sell all the ammo that they can make as there is still a shortage on the shelves. They have been making excuses every quarter. Sold the common long time back due to the continuous poor results.

      1. William, Lead is cheap and too many small businesses under cutting the market. Most bullets are pulled from wire drawn through dies then pressed to shape. I just had an inquiry from a shop in Oregon who said he had a chance to sell to a big re-seller. His idea of volume was 2000# every 2 months.
        As for buckshot we sell 40,000# truckloads from our plant.

        1. Charles ,

          Is that 2000 rounds or 2000 boxes of ammo every other month ? If it is rounds that isn’t very much, wife and I shoot close to that very 2 months at the ranges, mostly 9mm, .40S&W and assorted 12 ga rounds. Haven’t had any any problem buying all I can afford anymore here in California, no shortages of the calibers I use, not sure about rifle rounds. Think most folks have just stocked up already causing sales to be slower now.

          1. No Bill, that’s 2000lbs of lead. I think the guy’s kettle is 100# capacity as a guess. He wanted pure lead. I guess he was going to alloy it himself or he wasn’t making himself clear he wanted it already alloyed.
            He was buying lead from Rotometals and complaining the cost to freight it from Ohio was too much.

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