Shaw Communications, Inc. (USA)
The Canadian Communications Industry is made up of only a few key players. Today I’ll be looking into Shaw Communications (NYSE: SJR) and seeing how its future expected dividend growth compares to some of its competitors, namely TELUS (NYSE: TU) , Rogers Communications (NYSE: RCI) and BCE (NYSE: BCE).
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Communications and media company Shaw Communications Inc. (NYSE: SJR) announced a 19% increase in revenue in the first fiscal quarter, a 28% increase in earnings, and an increase in the equivalent annual dividend rate to $0.97 a share. The new dividend rate represents a yield of 4.7%.
Shaw serves 3.4 million customers in Canada and operates one of the largest conventional television networks in Canada, Global Television more »