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Here's What These Quantitative Investors Have Been Buying
Every quarter, many money managers have to disclose what they've bought and sold via "13F" filings.
Popular Has Survived, But What Happens Next?
Puerto Rico's largest bank, Popular , certainly earned its seat at the table with other seriously distressed banks like Doral , Bank of America , and Synovus .
Sonoro Announces the Results of the Shareholders' Meeting
CALGARY , Dec. 5, 2013 /CNW/ - Sonoro Energy Ltd. is pleased to report the results of the special meeting of shareholders held December 5, 2013 .
Synovus Announces Quarterly Stock Dividend
Synovus Financial Corp. , the Columbus, Georgia -based financial services company, today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a dividend of $0.01 per share on the Company's common stock.
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1 Thing Investors Are Missing About Synovus Financial Corp.
The Columbus, Ga.-based regional bank operates principally in three states: Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina, and more than 85% of its deposits are held in those three states and the remainder of its deposits held in Florida and Tennessee, as shown in the chart below: While Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina may not conjure the thought of a ... (more)
Synovus CEO rings closing bell of New York Stock Exchange
But with smiles all around and preceded by cheer-like clapping, Synovus Financial Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Kessel Stelling rang the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday.
Synovus CEO Stelling rings the closing bell of New York Stock Exchange
But with smiles all around and preceeded by cheer-like clapping, Synovus Financial Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Kessel Stelling rang the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday.