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Alcoa Inc(NYSE:AA) has declared the payment of dividends to its shareholders for the present quarter which had been boosting up the prices of the shares since last week. Every day of trading, the stocks continue to gain, nearing its 52 week peak level of prices. The dividend announced for the shareholders is at 3 cents per share of the common stock of the company. The stock had started to trade ex dividend from Wednesday, August 07, 2013 and the dividends would be paid to the shareholders on August 26, 2013.
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Consistent dividends have been paid to shareholders by Alcoa Inc. and the present announcement on $0.03 per share of dividends marks the 18th consecutive quarter for which the company had paid the same level of dividends. The current earnings per share for this capital goods sector company is at $0.10 per share and it had been projected by analysts at Zacks that this earnings would grow by 36.22% for the full fiscal year of 2013, compared to the industry average growth in earnings at 1%.
The company’s outstanding shares in the market amount to a volume of 1.07 billion to present a market cap of $8.83 billion. The trading volume for this company on Monday was reported to be at 21.71 million shares, while the stock’s average trading volume had been at 16.15 million shares per day
Standard & Poor's has given the National Bank of Greece (ADR)(NYSE:NBG), a corporate credit rating of "CCC/C”, which make the ratings outlook Negative. Today's rating action follows the recapitalization and restructuring of the domestic banks in Greece. The Hellenic Financial Stability Fund and the European Central Bank will continue to provide extraordinary capital and liquidity support to the National Bank of Greece.
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It is tough to see if there is an exit strategy that could save the company. Greece's economics continue to flounder and there are no clear paths to any recovery. The nation's recovery from meeting the capital raising requirements have been short of expectations and the ongoing fear of yet another no-confidence vote and disbanding of parliament for another round of public elections remains a continued fear.
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