Icardi to Atlético?

first_imgAt this time the Parisian club would have asked him a downgrade to Inter in the footballer’s purchase price, whose clause is 70 million. Ahead still month and a half to exercise the purchase option on the Argentine. While, Juventus also closely follow Icardi’s movements, who has scored 20 in 31 games with PSG this season. “Atlético de Madrid also comes into play for the future of Mauro Icardi“with these words Tuttosport puts Mauro Icardi back in Atlético’s orbit. A rumor that does not stop growing in recent days in the English press. Last summer, when Simeone was looking to close his squad with a striker, the name of the Argentine striker was firmly considered at the offices of the Wanda Metropolitano. Finally Inter transferred it one season with the option to purchase to Paris Saint Germain (PSG).“The Spanish club had already been interested in the Argentine forward at the end of last season, at the moment of maximum tension between the player and the Inter. Now the mattresses could represent the striker’s surprise landing, if Maurito and his wife-agent Wanda Nara prefer to leave Paris“, details Tuttosport in your information. The idea of ​​PSG is to sign the Argentine striker and then get a capital gain, but the crisis caused by the coronavirus also affects him. last_img read more

RBC hikes dividend as earnings rise in challenging market conditions

first_imgRBC hikes dividend as earnings rise in challenging market conditions Profit at capital markets division declined by 13 per cent Facebook Join the conversation → Featured Stories Recommended For YouOman urges Iran to release seized tankerDavid Rosenberg: Deflation is still the No. 1 threat to global economic stability — and central banks know itTrans Mountain construction work can go ahead as National Energy Board re-validates permitsBank of Canada drops mortgage stress test rate for first time since 2016The storm is coming and investors need a financial ark to see them through What you need to know about passing the family cottage to the next generation Sponsored By: advertisement Email RBC Chief Executive Dave McKay said the bank had delivered solid results against a challenging market backdrop.Canadian Press Morecenter_img Twitter Reddit 0 Comments Share this storyRBC hikes dividend as earnings rise in challenging market conditions Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn February 22, 20197:23 AM EST Filed under News FP Street Reuters TORONTO — Royal Bank of Canada on Friday reported a 7 per cent rise in earnings in the first quarter, with growth in personal and commercial banking partially offset by lower earnings at its capital markets division.Canada’s biggest lender by market value said earnings per share rose to $2.15 in the three months to Jan. 31. Adjusted earnings per share were $2.19, in line with analysts’ expectations, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.The Toronto-based lender hiked its quarterly payment to common shareholders by four cents to $1.02 per share.Chief Executive Dave McKay said the bank had delivered solid results against a challenging market backdrop.The bank said net income rose 5 per cent to $3.17 billion during the period. That included growth of 3 per cent at its personal and commercial banking business, helped by increased sales and improved margins thanks to higher Canadian interest rates. Like other Canadian banks, RBC has benefited from the Bank of Canada raising rates five times since July 2017.The bank said net income at its capital markets division declined by 13 per cent during the period due to an increase in funds set aside to cover bad loans and a decline in revenue from corporate and investment banking due to challenging market conditions. Global stock markets declined during the period due to investor concerns about rising interest rates and escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China.Net income at the bank’s wealth management business was unchanged from a year ago, RBC said, with increased sales offset by higher costs and increases in funds set aside to cover bad loans. Net income at the bank’s insurance business rose by 31 per cent from a year ago, partly reflecting lower claims costs.With files from Canadian Press© Thomson Reuters 2019Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly said earnings rose two per cent.  Comment ← Previous Next →last_img read more