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Should you buy these 3 companies for their 6% dividends?

Here’s my take on Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX:FMG), Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX:TLS), and Crown Resorts Ltd (ASX:CWN).
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3 reasons why the Crown Resorts Ltd share price looks attractive to me

The Crown Resorts Ltd (ASX:CWN) share price could be a good long-term buy at today’s price.
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News video: Crown CEO Rowen Craigie to Step Down Effective Feb. 28

Crown CEO Rowen Craigie to Step Down Effective Feb. 28 02:53

Feb.22 -- Bloomberg's Perry Williams reports on Crown CEO Rowen Craigie stepping down Feb. 28 and Executive Chairman John Alexander assuming his duties. Williams speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Crown's High-Roller Gambling Plunges Amid China Crackdown

Crown's High-Roller Gambling Plunges Amid China Crackdown 02:13

Feb.22 -- Crown Resorts said high-roller betting at its Australian casino resorts almost halved and first-half profit fell after Chinese authorities detained a group of employees on the mainland for..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: China Said to Formally Arrest 16 Crown Staff

China Said to Formally Arrest 16 Crown Staff 01:40

Nov.20 -- Shares of Crown Resorts are fell at the open after reports that 16 employees have been formally arrested in China over alleged gambling related crimes. Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports on..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Australia's Ciobo: Must Focus on Benefits of Free Trade

Australia's Ciobo: Must Focus on Benefits of Free Trade 10:54

Oct. 18 -- Australia's Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Steven Ciobo discusses the detaining of 18 Crown employees in China, Australia's post-Brexit trade with the U.K., the rise in..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Crown Plunges After China Detains 18 Employees

Crown Plunges After China Detains 18 Employees 02:19

Oct. 17 -- Shares in Crown Resorts are slumping after 18 employees were detained in China for what being called "suspected involvement in gambling crimes." Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports on "Bloomberg..
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

 

Crown saves millions under special deal with Labor for Melbourne's biggest skyscraper

Crown Resorts saved itself million of dollars under a special deal granted to it by Planning Minister Richard Wynne to build Melbourne's biggest skyscraper.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

James Packer's power in Australia revealed with former regulator's claims

The former chairman of the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority has alluded to a potentially dangerous prospect for Crown Resorts.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Barangaroo licence scrutiny 'inadequate, superficial': former regulator

Crown Resorts' Australian casino licences should be reviewed if any of its staff detained in China were convicted of an offence, the former head of the NSW gambling regulator says.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Crown announces buyback details

Crown Resorts will buy 42.9 million of its ordinary shares at $11.65 apiece to raise $500 million.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Why the Crown Resorts Ltd share price went nuts on today’s results

The Crown Resorts Ltd (ASX:CWN) share price rose 6% after this morning's announcement.
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Crown in the dark over China detentions

Casinos operator Crown Resorts is still awaiting information on its detained employees in China.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Crown CEO Craigie to step down

Crown Resorts chief executive Rowen Craigie will end his employment at the gambling company at the end of February.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Crown HY profit up amid tough conditions

Tough trading conditions in Crown Resorts has hit first half revenue but net profit is up on gains from the gambling giant's selldown of its Macau interests.
SBS


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