Learn how you can grab this ‘Top Income Stock’ Report now 2 top British dividend income stocks I’d buy today Harvey Jones has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. After last year’s dividend cuts and suspensions, I was surprised to see just how many top British dividend income stocks are making generous shareholder payouts today. Last week, I suggested nine worth pursuing. Here are two more of my FTSE 100 income favourites.Insurer and asset manager Legal & General Group (LSE: LGEN) is possibly my number one British dividend income stock. To its credit, L&G continued to reward loyal shareholders throughout the pandemic, even when rival Aviva bowed to pressure and cut its dividend. 5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Today, L&G offers a thumping forward yield of 6.5%. With the average savings account paying 0.06%, that is a mighty return. Naturally, as with all dividends, there are no guarantees. However, the payout is covered 1.7 times by forecast earnings, which boosts my confidence.I’d buy these two FTSE 100 stocksLegal & General didn’t survive the pandemic completely unscathed. In March, it reported a 3% drop in annual operating profits to £2.21bn, while it has set aside an extra £110m to cover claims caused by mutant Covid strains. Yet its fund management arm has done well, with assets under management increasing 6.9% to £1.3bn. Better still, the underlying business remains solid, with capital levels climbing to a meaty 192%. This could free up funds to invest in faster growth opportunities.As well as being a top British dividend income stock, the Legal & General share price has delivered growth as well. It is up 36% over the last year, although five-year growth is actually lower at 20%. For me, L&G is mostly about income, and on that front, it delivers.I am sticking with the insurance industry for my next pick, Phoenix Group Holdings (LSE: PHNX). This also merits the title of top British dividend income stock for maintaining payouts through last year’s woes. Today it yields 6.6%, although cover is slightly thinner at 1.3 times earnings.I’d buy this top British dividend income stock, tooPhoenix is a different creature to L&G. Its strategy is to buy up old life insurance and pension funds that are closed to new business, and run them on behalf of members. The more it buys, the greater the economies of scale. It now services 14m policyholders.The Phoenix share price is never going to shoot the lights out. The income is the attraction here, as the share price has climbed just 15% measured over both one and five years. Management knows that, and kept investors onside by taking advantage of record £1.7bn cash flows to hike its annual payout by 3%.The challenge is that Phoenix must keep buying up legacy life pension and life funds in order to keep growing and funding those dividends. So I am pleased to see that it also has an ‘open’ business offering pension and investment products to new customers, under the Standard Life brand. In 2016, it acquired SunLife from Axa. This diversification should help it remain a top British dividend income stock over the longer term. 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On Monday night, Dead & Company continued their 2018 summer tour with a stop at Cincinnati, OH’s Riverbend Music Center. Coming off a weather cancelation in the middle of their second set on night two in Camden, the band took the stage at Riverbend with a well-worn Grateful Dead mindset: “Just keep truckin’.”The band took their time before sliding into “Truckin’” in earnest to start the show. Bob Weir struggled early on the vocals, coughing and chuckling as he tried to soothe his dry throat. Eventually, a red cup filled with water appeared on the amp behind Weir, and with his whistle wetted, his trademark howl was back, albeit with a little more growl in it than usual.Dead & Company – “Truckin’” [Pro-Shot][Video: Dead & Company]Weir powered through, taking lead vocals on an upbeat rendition of Johnny Cash‘s “Big River”. John Mayer stepped to the mic next to lead the band through “They Love Each Other”, one of the tunes he’s most naturally made his own in the Dead & Co arena. Another such song followed in “Friend of the Devil”, as Mayer and Weir (on acoustic guitar) shared vocals and Jeff Chimenti took a beautiful piano solo on the American Beauty classic.Next, Oteil Burbridge took to the mic for a tender, bluesy reading of “If I Had The World To Give”. “Sugaree” came next, and the band grooved through multiple swinging blues jam portions, with Mayer and Chimenti playing off each other to great effect. Burbridge and the Rhythm Devils, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart, anchored the band firmly in the pocket before pushing Chimenti and Mayer toward a white-light peak. Finally, the band took one more stab at first set blues with “New Speedway Boogie” to bring their first set to a close.Dead & Company came out of the gates hot for set two, opening with a “Deal” that felt somewhat faster than the band’s usually tepid pace on the Jerry Garcia classic. The band made the most of the approach, pushing the song into some interesting, sparse space before building it up to a satisfying climax.Dead & Company – “Deal” [Pro-Shot][Video: Dead & Company]Without skipping a beat, the band settled into a slow and steady “He’s Gone”, Weir and Mayer smile, smile, smiling as they shared lead vocals. The song’s outro jam, in particular, saw the band members play off each other impeccably, producing some of the most engaging improv of the night. The meat of the second set followed with a red-hot run through “China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider” pairing, with the band’s emotional accents hitting all their customary marks throughout the classic pairing.Pulsing percussion plumed out of “Rider”, signaling the start of Mickey and Billy’s “Drums/Space” fun time. The band returned to the stage to craft a dissonant, jazzy atmosphere deep into “Space”, emerging on the other side in Bob Dylan classic “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall”. Bobby’s early vocal struggles were a distant memory as he emoted an elegant reading of the tune.Dead & Company kicked the energy back up a few notches with the “Going Down The Road Feeling Bad” that followed, with Weir, Burbridge, and Mayer all taking a turn singing lead. Finally, after a straight-through set with nary a measure’s break, the band flowed into “U.S. Blues” to bring it to a close. Another Dylan favorite, “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door”, served as the encore to cap the evening.Of note, in addition to playing a seamless second set, every song the band played throughout the night (aside from the ever-present “Drums/Space”) was a tour debut—as has been the case in each of the tour’s 4 (3.75?) shows. While the repeats will inevitably begin sooner rather than later, it’s ensuring to see them making a concerted effort to utilize the Dead’s expansive catalog, much of which remains unexplored by this latter-day incarnation of the band. After a hiccup in Camden, Dead & Co’s Cincinnati performance saw them get their footing once again, delivering a fun early-tour show that shows promise for what’s to come as their summer run trucks on.You can listen to full audio of the show via nugs.net. Next up for the band is a show at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville, IN tomorrow, June 6th. For a full list of Dead & Company’s upcoming shows, head to their website.Setlist: Dead & Company | Riverbend Music Center | Cincinnati, OH | 6/4/18Set One: Truckin’ > Big River, They Love Each Other, Friend of the Devil*, If I Had The World To Give, Sugaree, New Speedway BoogieSet Two: Deal > He’s Gone > China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider > Drums/Space > A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall > Going Down The Road Feeling Bad > U.S. BluesEncore: Knockin’ On Heaven’s DoorNotes: All songs were tour debuts*Bob Weir on acoustic guitar
LNG World News Staff Japan’s Mitsubishi Corporation voiced its interest in the Arctic LNG 2 project, Russia’s largest independent natural gas producer Novatek is developing at a projected cost of $25.5 billion. The company’s CEO Akihiko Takadu confirmed the interest during a meeting with the head of Russian oil and gas production and transportation department within the ministry of energy.In its statement, the ministry noted talks focused on the implementation of existing projects in which the Russia and Japan cooperate, especially the Sakhalin-2 and Yamal LNG, as well as Mitsubishi’s participation in the Arctic LNG 2 project.Novatek has already agreed a 10 percent stake sale to France’s Total and is looking to sell an additional 30 percent share in the project to cover the projected project cost.The Arctic LNG 2 project envisages constructing three LNG trains at 6.6 million tons per annum each, using gravity-based structure (GBS) platforms. The project is based on the hydrocarbon resources of the Utrenneye field.Novatek has also awarded the contract to a Saipem and Renaissance joint venture to build three liquefaction trains with a 6.6 million tons per annum capacity each.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Chasing 113 for a place in the final, England did not get off to an ideal start as they lost Tammy Beaumont in the second over and Danielle Wyatt in the fifth to Indian spinners, who dominated the powerplay.ALSO READ | MC Mary Kom assures India of silver in World Boxing ChampionshipHowever, Amy Ellen Jones and Natalie Sciver joined forces to first rebuild the innings and then bat India out of the game. Amy Jones (53 no, 47 balls) and Natalie Sciver (52 off 40 balls) added 92 runs for the unbroken third-wicket stand to finish the match in only 17.1 overs.Poor game sense of not reading the pitch also played its part as most of the Indian batswomen charged at the deliveries rather than playing deep inside the crease.India’s biggest hope skipper Harmanpreet Kaur (16 off 20 balls) hit a six but spinners Kirstie Gordon (2/20), Heather Knight (3/9) and Sophie Ecclestone (2/22) ran through middle and lower order with seven players failing to reach double figures. From 89/2, India lost eight wickets for just 23 runs as they were bowled out for a below-par score. ALSO READ | Kubica returns to F1 after horror crash which almost severed his arm India dropped the senior most player Mithali Raj from the squad, a move that will certainly be questioned. Mithali had been in great form in the World T20, scoring 56 and 51 against Pakistan and Ireland. However, in the game against Ireland, she suffered an injury and was rested for the game against Australia which India won by a convincing margin of 48 runs. England will no battle three-time champions Australia, who trounced the hosts and defending champions West Indies in the first semi-final. Dominant Southern StarsAfter a sluggish group stage in which they lost to India, Australia brought their A-game to the semi-final. Alyssa Healy, who was injured in the game against India and did not bowl, was the star in the batting. Healy and Meg Lanning shared a 51-run stand for the second wicket but Healy was unlucky to miss out on a fifty, with Afy Fletcher dismissing her for 46. Lanning’s stands with Ashleigh Gardner helped the team cross 100 and some lusty blows from Rachael Haynes helped Australia end on a competitive 142/5In response, West Indies had no response to the discipline of the Australian bowling. Barring Stephanie Taylor, no other West Indies batter reached double figures. Ellyse Perry, with 2/2 in two overs, once again proved to be the key player by dismissing the dangerous Deandra Dottin cheaply. Delissa Kimmince and Ashleigh Gardner also chipped in with two wickets while they got good support from Megan Schutt, Sophie Molineux and Georgia Wareham.England will be aiming to break their nine-year wait for the World T20 title while Australia will be attempting a record fourth title. New Delhi: India’s dreams of winning ICC Women’s World T20 were shattered after batting collapse saw them crash to an eight-wicket defeat against England in the semi-finals. England will now meet Australia in the summit clash after the Southern Stars beat defending champions West Indies by 72 runs.
Published on March 25, 2017 at 6:12 pm Contact Matthew: [email protected] | @MatthewGut21 Up one goal in the fourth quarter, Syracuse took out one of the best faceoff specialists in the country.Ben Williams, a Preseason All-ACC honoree and two-time Tewaarton Award Nominee, had won only 4-of-17 faceoffs, prompting SU’s coaching staff to substitute in freshman Dan Varello. Duke FOGO Kyle Rowe, who dominated Williams last March by winning nearly 60 percent of faceoffs in an overtime win, gave the Blue Devils’ ninth-ranked offense time to work in its 12-11 loss Saturday afternoon inside the Carrier Dome. Duke commanded possession until Williams left the game, allowing Justin Guterding and Jack Bruckner to combine for nine points.Varello vacuumed the X in the fourth quarter and overtime, going 6-of-8 on the faceoff — including the last one that set up freshman Jamie Trimboli’s game-winner 40 seconds into the sudden death period. If not for Varello, SU may not have won its fourth consecutive game in its sixth straight one-goal bout. Yet in the 2016 ACC tournament championship rematch, No. 6 Syracuse’s (6-1, 2-0 Atlantic Coast) sure-handed FOGO posted a career-worst 4-of-18 mark against a No. 11 Duke (7-3, 0-1) team that had won five straight.“We didn’t give Ben a lot of help on the faceoffs, so I thought our wings did a much better job in the second half,” SU head coach John Desko said. “It was a nice spark Danny (Varello) gave us to help us get some of those possessions that we didn’t have in the first half.”Williams was not made available for post game interviews.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textDuke’s top threat, Guterding, scored his first goal of the game shortly after a won faceoff in the second quarter. Less than a minute later, after Rowe’s second straight faceoff win over Williams, Guterding ran behind the cage and fed Bruckner to give Duke its first lead of the game.The ensuing faceoff resulted in a Williams violation, giving the Blue Devils another long possession. Brad Smith, after nearly three minutes of Duke possession, scored the Blue Devils’ third unanswered goal by five-holing SU goalie Evan Molloy. It gave Duke a 6-4 lead and prompted Desko to call timeout.By halftime, Williams had won just 2-of-13 faceoffs against Rowe.“Rowe came in and did something that’s really hard to do,” Duke head coach John Danowski said. “While he didn’t win the last faceoff in overtime and didn’t pick up the ground ball, that’s not why we lost. If it wasn’t for him, we wouldn’t have been competitive today.”To start the third quarter, Williams won the faceoff and senior midfielder Sergio Salcido wound up from 15 yards out to bounce in his eighth goal of the season, evening the score at six. But that was one of few bright spots in his day. After Williams lost the first faceoff of the fourth, resulting in a Bruckner score eight seconds later, Varello took over at the X. On SU’s next play, Varello won the faceoff and sophomore attack Nate Solomon scored off of a Nick Mariano feed.Before winning the last faceoff in overtime last week at Johns Hopkins, Williams lost 8-of-10. As a sophomore, he posted a 67.4 success rate at the X, the nation’s second-highest mark. Last year, his 62.2-percent mark finished 10th. This season, his percentage is 53.5 — on pace for a career-worst at Syracuse.Saturday, Rowe kept Duke in the game by winning faceoffs and pushing transition. He also helped erase Duke’s 15 turnovers, five of which came in Duke’s last six possessions in its scoreless third quarter. Rowe assisted on a fourth-quarter transition score to Bruckner, pulling Duke within one.“Rowe was tremendous today,” Desko said. “He really does a great job getting the ball out to himself. That’s what makes him dangerous … he was getting on the ball really quick.“Fortunately we had the ball at the end.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Making his first competitive appearance since rupturing an ankle ligament, he finished the day 1-under-par – five shots behind leader Dustin Johnson – who’s ahead by one stroke.English pair Justin Rose and James Morrison are 3-under.
4 weeks ago Mercedes F1 team ‘badly treated’ vis-a-vis Ferrari, unlikely to sign new deal: Toto Wolff 3 weeks ago Lewis Hamilton urges broadcasters to do more to promote F1’s anti-racism message WATCH US LIVE Just a year after spending a whopping $8.7 million on an under-construction mansion, Formula One great Jenson Button and fiancee Brittny Ward have put their Los Angeles mansion back on the market. Located just north of LA’s Bel-Air Country Club, Button bought the mansion last year and spent quite a fortune in dressing up the family-sized home to his liking. The 40-year-old is looking to make a slight profit on his investment and has listed the lavish mansion for sale at $10.5 million.Also Read | Trent Alexander-Arnold Named Premier League’s Young Player Of The Season For 2019-20The listing for the enormous 8,000 square foot estate has been held by Cindy Ambuehl at Compass. Described as a hybrid between vintage and contemporary design, the exteriors of the mansion was built by AMG Capital. LA-based firm Black Lacquer Design can be credited for the tasteful interior work. The estate includes 6 gracious bedrooms, including one uber-luxurious master suite, six full bathrooms and two half bathrooms. 4 weeks ago Hamilton fastest ahead of F1 qualifying at Silverstone Also Read | First-Ever Summer Youth Olympic Games Were Inaugurated On This Day In 2010Some of the amenities inside Jenson Button’s enormous home include a home theatre, parlour room, dual island gourmet kitchen, BBQ/lounge area, black marble fireplace, and a zero-edge infinity pool & spa. The former F1 world champion’s home also has climate-controlled wine storage. Button installed a home gym in the mansion complete with a treadmill, cross trainer, bike and weights. Last but not the least, the exterior boasts a landscaped lawn featuring Pennsylvania Bluestone and brick in hardscape. Sujay Chakraborty 4 weeks ago F1 70th Anniversary GP live stream: How to watch F1 race, schedule and start time WE RECOMMEND First Published: 14th August, 2020 18:22 IST The F1 legend is not new to the business of turning a property. The 40-year-old previously bought a Cape-Cod style mansion for $6.1 million in Brentwood, California, before quickly selling it two years later for $6.2 million.Jenson Button net worth and F1 careerThe British racer was an active F1 competitor between 2000 and 2017, having represented teams like Renault, BAR, Brawn, Benetton, Honda and McLaren. In 2009, he won the F1 World Championship driving for Brawn GP. After retiring from F1, Button extended his career in Japan, racing for Super GT Series. He currently races for Team Kunimitsu and already has one Super GT championship under his belt. Button’s net worth as of 2020 is estimated to be around $150 million, according to Wealthy Gorilla. Also Read | “Disgusted” MLB Pitcher Blames Media After COVID-19 Rulebreak UproarAlso Read | Michael Jordan’s ’96 Mercedes From The Last Dance Listed On eBay Could Fetch ₹75 Lakh(Image Credits: Compass website, Jenson Button Instagram) COMMENT LIVE TV FOLLOW US 1 month ago Racing Point hit with 15-point deduction over brake ducts Written By Last Updated: 14th August, 2020 18:22 IST F1 Legend Jenson Button’s Lavish Bel Air Mansion Up For Sale For $10M: INSIDE TOUR F1 legend Jenson Button has put his LA mansion up for sale a year after purchasing it for around $8.7 million. Button is looking to sell it for $10 million. SUBSCRIBE TO US
Samantha Stosur, the 2011 U.S. Open champion, has also been invited this year along with French teen Diane Parry. On the men’s side, Jack Sock leads the main draw wild card recipients as he recovers from thumb surgery that has kept him out for most of 2019. The other U.S. players receiving wild cards are Ernesto Escobedo, Bjorn Fratangelo, Marcos Giron, Denis Kudla and Zachary Svajda.Antoine Hoang got France’s reciprocal wild card, while Australia has yet to name its recipient. Andy Murray says he needs time after skipping U.S. Open singles Coco Gauff will have the opportunity to build on her sensational Wimbledon run after being handed a wild card at the U.S. Open.The 15-year-old lit up the All England Club with a run to the fourth round, beating Venus Williams before losing to eventual champion Simona Halep. Serena Williams hopeful over back injury after Rogers Cup retirement #DreamBig pic.twitter.com/NBdRG9jLuv— Coco Gauff (@CocoGauff) August 8, 2019The teenage duo linked up again to win the women’s doubles at Citi Open earlier this month.McNally reached the main draw at Wimbledon, too, and is joined by two other 17-year-old American wild cards in Whitney Osuigwe and Katie Volynets. Former college standouts Francesca Di Lorenzo and Kristie Ahn also made the cut. There are limits to the number of tournaments Gauff can enter due to her age, yet she has been granted a spot at Flushing Meadows.Gauff last year won the girls’ doubles at the U.S. Open alongside Caty McNally, who has also been given a singles wild card. Related News
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