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AGR 82.98 ( 0.95%) + AMAG 23.81 ( -2.02%) + AMS 103.18 ( -0.80%) + ANDR 44.99 ( 0.19%) + ATEC 0.00 ( 0.00%) + ATRS 4.12 ( -0.24%) + ATS 8.21 ( 0.75%) + ATX 2510.23 ( -0.28%) + AW2 0.00 ( 0.00%) + BAH 39.24 ( 0.00%) + BDI 0.00 ( 0.00%) + BENE 0.52 ( 0.00%) + BEO 2.73 ( 0.00%) + BETB 0.00 ( 0.00%) + BFC 1.67 ( 0.00%) + BIND 22.35 ( 0.00%) + BWIN 1.53 ( -1.54%) + BWT 15.88 ( 0.00%) + C2 26.50 ( 0.00%) + CAI 13.60 ( -1.16%) + CAT 15.36 ( -2.72%) + CNTY 4.36 ( 0.00%) + COV 0.00 ( 0.00%) + CWI 10.56 ( -0.05%) + DOC 40.80 ( 0.49%) + EBS 24.49 ( -0.65%) + ECO 5.06 ( 0.00%) + EVN 10.05 ( -0.54%) + FAA 8.61 ( 0.00%) + FKA 9.25 ( 0.00%) + FLU 71.00 ( 0.24%) + GROA 2.78 ( -2.15%) + HEAD 1.50 ( 0.00%) + HIS 6.00 ( 0.00%) + HTI 1.25 ( 0.00%) + IIA 3.32 ( 0.00%) + KTCG 38.65 ( -0.19%) + KTM 81.94 ( 0.00%) + LNZ 46.76 ( -1.98%) + MAI 0.06 ( 0.00%) + MIP 0.13 ( 0.00%) + MMK 90.55 ( 0.11%) + OMV 32.55 ( 0.05%) + PAL 28.26 ( -0.42%) + PARS 27.00 ( 0.00%) + POS 50.50 ( -0.55%) + POST 36.80 ( -0.54%) + PYT 7.44 ( 0.00%) + QINO 1.05 ( 0.00%) + RAP 0.01 ( 0.00%) + RBI 22.91 ( -1.42%) + RBT 0.00 ( 0.00%) + RHI 24.58 ( -0.55%) + ROS 68.20 ( 0.29%) + SAC 1.75 ( -2.24%) + SBO 88.99 ( -0.18%) + SEM 41.50 ( 0.78%) + SNT 0.00 ( 0.00%) + SNU 0.00 ( 0.00%) + SPI 5.60 ( 0.00%) + STR 20.38 ( -0.39%) + SWUT 6.95 ( 0.00%) + TAN 0.27 ( 0.00%) + TEAK 2.30 ( 0.00%) + TKA 7.10 ( 0.37%) + UIV 21.66 ( 0.00%) + UP2 3.25 ( 0.00%) + UQA 9.38 ( -0.03%) + VER 14.00 ( -0.04%) + VIG 36.46 ( -0.53%) + VLA 6.04 ( 2.30%) + VOE 32.51 ( 0.00%) + WIE 13.70 ( -0.33%) + WOL 18.45 ( 0.00%) + WWE 0.08 ( 0.00%) + WXF 1.52 ( 0.00%) + ZAG 14.81 ( -0.47%) +


 

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16.01.2013
 

Companies in the euro area are poised to cut dividends to the lowest level in four years as chief executive officers stockpile cash to weather the region’s sovereign-debt crisis. Payouts to shareholders in the Euro Stoxx 50 Index (SX5E) will fall by 3.3 percent to 115.48 euros a share this year, according to more than 500 analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Reducing them by that much would cut the dividend yield to 4.3 percent from 6.3 percent in September 2011, even after cash on balance sheets climbed to the highest since 2008, the data show. (Bloomberg)

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