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HSBC Holdings plc
América Móvil, S.A.B. de C.V.
Itaú Unibanco Holding S.A.
Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.
Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A.
Simon Property Group, Inc.
Paycom Software, Inc.
The Western Union Company
TIM Participações S.A.
Regency Centers Corporation
Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited
Federal Realty Investment Trust
Ralph Lauren Corporation
Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S.
People's United Financial, Inc.
American Airlines Group Inc.
New York Community Bancorp, Inc.
TFS Financial Corp
East West Bancorp, Inc.
Under Armour, Inc.
Kimco Realty Corporation
SL Green Realty Corp.
Tata Motors Limited
Grupo Televisa, S.A.B.
Ron Johnson, who is the former CEO of J.C. Penney and architect of Apple's retail stores, gives his take on the future of department stores during coronavirus.
With majority of annual base rent coming from grocery-anchored centers apart from having solid liquidity, Kimco Realty (KIM) is well poised to navigate through the coronavirus crisis.
Against this grim backdrop, however, consider the admirable resilience of two groups: cruise passengers and bond investors, who both think we might soon be floating on the high seas sipping piña coladas. Against stiff competition, Carnival’s shares are among the worst-performing globally this year among companies worth more than $1bn, having fallen 85 per cent. As Carnival acknowledged this week in the “recent developments” section of the bond offering’s prospectus, it has experienced a few problems of late.
The chief executive officer of Spain's Santander on Friday assured investors it was taking all necessary measures to mitigate the impact from the coronavirus outbreak on the bank's balance sheet. "We will take the necessary measures to mitigate, as far as possible, the impact that the volatility and foreseeable slowdown in global growth may have on the business and on the income statement this year," the bank's CEO Jose Antonio Alvarez told investors.
Santander has boosted its lending capacity to 90 billion euros ($97.3 billion) to support households in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak after cancelling its final 2019 dividend and its remuneration policy for 2020, chairman Ana Botin told investors on Friday. The European Central Bank had already told lenders to skip dividend payments and share buy backs until October at the earliest and use profits to support an economy hamstrung by restrictions on movement implemented to stop the spread of the virus. The lender said on Thursday it would cancel the final 0.13 euros per share dividend against its 2019 earnings to boost capital defences, with Botin saying on Friday this would save the euro zone's biggest lender in terms of market value 1.6 billion euros ($1.7 billion).
Spain's Santander will cancel the payment of a final dividend against its 2019 earnings and save the money to boost capital defences against the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. The European Central Bank has told lenders to skip dividend payments and share buybacks until October at the earliest and use profits to support an economy hamstrung by restrictions on movement implemented to stop the spread of the virus. Santander will wait until "there is more visibility of the effects of the COVID-19 crisis" and its own 2020 financial results are known before proposing any dividend payments.
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Due to dried-up air-travel demand, airlines like Southwest Airlines (LUV) and Delta Air Lines (DAL) are offering cargo charter services on passenger planes.
Walgreens (WBA) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 4.83% and 1.48%, respectively, for the quarter ended February 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Australian authorities are refusing to allow almost a dozen foreign cruise ships to dock or repatriate 11,000 crew members in a bitter dispute that trade unions warn risks creating a “humanitarian disaster”. State and federal authorities said on Thursday that bringing crew onshore was too risky because of health concerns after coronavirus was detected on at least three ships. Peter Dutton, Australia’s home affairs minister, alleged on Thursday that some companies had been dishonest about the infection rates on board ships lining up off Australia’s coast.
Lockdowns have curtailed summer holiday bookings and cruise liners now have a grim reputation for becoming quarantine ships. The centrepiece of the financing is a $4bn offering of five-year senior secured bonds priced at just under par with an annual coupon of 11.5 per cent. That juicy implied return attracted enough investors for Carnival to increase the offering from a mooted $3bn. Carnival’s physical assets — its fleet — are valued on its balance sheet at nearly $40bn.
Investing.com - Walgreens Boots (NASDAQ:WBA) reported on Thursday second quarter earnings that beat analysts' forecasts and revenue that topped expectations.
Programming note: There will be no Opening Quote tomorrow, April 3. A trickle of company cash calls is turning into a steady stream. Carnival, the Florida-headquartered but FTSE-listed cruise ship operator is the biggest (more on that below).
Delaying remaining elements of new global bank capital rules for a year will give lenders in Britain time to focus on dealing with fallout from the coronavirus epidemic, the Bank of England and Britain's finance ministry said on Thursday. "This will provide operational capacity for banks and supervisors to respond to the immediate financial stability priorities from the impact of Covid-19," the BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and finance ministry said in a joint statement. The PRA and finance ministry said they were committed to the full, timely and consistent implementation of the new rules and "we will work together towards a UK implementation timetable that is consistent with the one year delay".
Despite having its cruise ships idled to comply with coronavirus travel restrictions, the company was able to attract enough investors that its capital raising was oversubscribed several times over, albeit at a steep price, sources told Reuters. Carnival priced $4 billion in bonds maturing in 2023 - upsized from the $3 billion originally planned - with a yield at par value of 11.5%, it said in a statement. By comparison, Carnival paid a 1% yield in October, when it borrowed 600 million euros ($657.7 million) in the European debt market.
The company's decision is in sync with the unpredictable circumstances evolving from the global crisis.