Weekly Summary Corporate dividends, name changes, new listings
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Weekly Summary Corporate dividends, name changes, new listings

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NEW YORK (AP) — Changes announced in corporate dividends Jun. 22-Jun. 26.

INCREASED DIVIDENDS

First Bancorp ME .31 from .30

Hingham Institution for Savings .43 from .41

Kroger Co (The) .18 from .14

Worthington Industries .25 from .24

REDUCED DIVIDENDS

Cherry Hill Mortgage .27 from .40

Gaming and Leisure Properties .60 from .70

Kite Realty Group Tr .052 from .3175

Two Harbors Investment .14 from .47

SPECIAL DIVIDENDS

Owl Rock Capital .08

g- Canadian funds

OTHER CORPORATE NEWS AND LISTINGS:

ACQUISITIONS AND MERGERS

MINIMUM VALUE $350 MILLION

Anixter International - Wesco International (4.5B)

NEW STOCK LISTINGS

NYSE

American Equity Investment Life Holding Co pfd B

Associated Banc Corp 6.625pc pfd F

Public Storage 4.625pc pfd L

NASDAQ GLOBAL AND GLOBAL SELECT MARKETS

Agora Inc ADS (IPO)

Akous Inc (IPO)

Ebang International Hldgs Cl A (IPO)

Fusion Pharmaceuticals (IPO)

Office Property Income Trust 6.375pc Senior Notes due 2050

T-Mobile US Inc Subscription rights

Triumph Bancorp Inc 7.125pc C

STOCKS REMOVED FROM TRADING

NASDAQ GLOBAL AND GLOBAL SELECT MARKETS

Extraction Oil & Gas Inc

CORPORATE NAME CHANGES

Act II Global Acquisition Corp to Whole Earth Brands Cl A

Act II Global Acquisition Corp warrants to Whole Earth Brands warrants

First Defiance Financial to Premier Financial Corp

Sutter Rock Capital Corp to SuRo Capital Corp

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