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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Today Lokpal Bill debate under Rule 193 in Lok Sabha &Anna Hazare Fast Day 12

It’s very easy to visit a poor mans hut or home and eat but it’s very difficult to go on fast for the benefit of others which Anna is doing.


BJP leaders wanted the discussion to take place under Rule 184, which entails voting.
But congress said no to the demand of BJP.

Congress said that the resolution will be discussed under Rule 342 under which if a consensus is reached and all the MPs agree than only voting can take place.

On Saturday, The debate on the Lokpal bills will take place in the Lok Sabha
The debate will start at 11 AM.


Under Rule 193 they will only discuss the bill and there will no voting.
What is the use of Discussion last 42 years we are doing that?

Lok Sabha will discuss following 4 bills.

1. Congress Government Lokpal Bill
2. Team Anna's Jan Lokpal Bill
3. Lokpal Bill made by Aruna Roy
4. Lokpal Bill made by Jayaprakash Narayan's Lok Satta party.

Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee will explain about the entire issue and the Government's strategy after which Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj will speak.

After discussions with Team Anna BJP said they will support Janlokpal Bill with few amendments in that bill.

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Friday said that the chief minister would be brought under the ambit of the Lokayukta Bill in Assam.

Last 7 years Gujarat Government had not appointed Lokayukta but finally taking a brave and honest step the Gujarat Governor has appointed Retd Justice RA Mehta as Lokayukta of the state, bypassing the Narendra Modi-led BJP government

Who is Anna Hazare (History)

Anna Hazare was not driven to such a pass by circumstances. He wanted to live no more because he was frustrated with life and wanted an answer to the purpose of human existence.

The story goes that one day at the New Delhi Railway Station, he chanced upon a book on Swami Vivekananda. Drawn by Vivekananda's photograph, he is quoted as saying that he read the book and found his answer - that the motive of his life lay in service to his fellow humans.


Today, Anna Hazare is the face of India's fight against corruption. He has taken that fight to the corridors of power and challenged the government at the highest level. People, the common man and well-known personalities alike, are supporting him in the hundreds swelling to the thousands.

For Anna Hazare, it is another battle. And he has fought quite a few, Including some as a soldier for 15 years in Indian Army. He enlisted after the 1962 Indo-China war when the government exhorted young men to join the Army.

In 1978, he took voluntary retirement from the 9th Maratha Battalion and returned home to Ralegaon Siddhi, a village in Maharashtra's drought-prone Ahmadnagar. He was 39 years old.

He found farmers back home struggling for survival and their suffering would prompt him to pioneer rainwater conservation that put his little hamlet on the international map as a model village.

The villagers revere him. Thakaram Raut, a school teacher in Ralegaon Siddhi says, "Thanks to Anna's agitations, we got a school, we got electricity, we got development schemes for farmers.''

Anna Hazare's fight against corruption began here. He fought first against corruption that was blocking growth in rural India. His organization - the Bhrashtachar Virodhi Jan Andolan (People's movement against Corruption). His tool of protest - hunger strikes. And his prime target - politicians.

Maharashtra stalwarts like Sharad Pawar and Bal Thackeray have often called his style of agitation nothing short of "blackmail".

But his weapon is potent. In 1995-96, he forced the Sena-BJP government in Maharashtra to drop two corrupt Cabinet Ministers. In 2003, he forced the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) state government to set up an investigation against four ministers. In April this year, four days of fasting brought thousands of people out in support of his crusade against corruption. They also made the government realise it could not be dismissive about Anna Hazare and his mass appeal. 

His relationship with the UPA government continues to be uneasy. The truce of April was short-lived. An exercise to set up a joint committee made up of equal numbers of government representatives and civil society activists, including Anna Hazare came to naught when the two sides failed to agree and drafted two different Lok Pal Bills. The government has brought its version in Parliament and Team Anna is livid.

The Gandhian is soldiering on. From one battle to another in his war against corruption. He fought from the front to have Right to Information (RTI) implemented. He is now fighting for the implementation of the Jan Lokpal Bill, the anti-corruption bill drafted by his team of crusaders.

This year, more than 30 years after Anna Hazare started his crusade, as the 74-year-old plans a second hunger strike in Delhi against large-scale corruption at the national level. Nothing really has changed except the scale of his battle.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Bank Interest rate last updated on 08-Feb-2011

 Method of calculation of interest:

1) Savings Bank :
                         Payment of interest will be made on daily product basis, payable half yearly
2) Fixed Deposits:

i) For deposits with tenure of 91 days and above, interest is calculated on a quarterly basis.
ii) In event the depositor chooses to reinvest the interest earned during the pervious quarter then the same is added to the Principal for calculation of interest. Interest on this amount is calculated every quarter.
iii) For deposits with tenure of below 91 days, interest is calculated at Simple interest. Please note that the period of Fixed deposit is considered in number of days.
iv) In event the depositor chooses to receive the periodic interest payments on a quarterly basis, interest is calculated and paid on quarterly rests.
v) Premature withdrawal of deposit will attract 1% penalty (Fixed Deposits opened post August 1, 2008): 1% less than the card rate (applicable for deposits below Rs.15 lacs), as on the date of deposit, for the period for which the deposit has remained with the Bank or 1% less than the contracted rate which ever is lower.
vi) Tax at Source is deducted as per the Income Tax regulations prevalent from time to time.


Indian Banks - Public Sector (rates last updated on 08-Feb-2011)


BANK NAME / DURATION 1 - 2yrs 2 - 3yrs 3 - 5yrs
Allahabad Bank 8.00 8.25 8.25
Andhra Bank 9.00 9.25 8.60
Bank of Baroda 8.75 8.75 8.50
Bank of India 8.75 8.25 7.75
Bank of Maharashtra 8.30 8.30 8.30
Canara Bank 8.75 8.75 8.50
Central Bank of India 8.25 8.25 8.50
Corporation Bank 9.15 9.25 9.25
Dena Bank 8.50 8.50 8.25
IDBI Bank 8.75 9.00 9.25
Indian Bank 8.50 8.50 8.50
Indian Overseas Bank 8.25 8.25 8.75
Oriental Bank of Commerce 8.50 8.50 8.50
Punjab & Sind Bank 8.50 9.00 9.00
Punjab National Bank 8.75 8.50 8.50
State Bank of Bikaner&Jaipur 8.50 9.25 9.00
State Bank of Hyderabad 8.50 8.75 8.75
State Bank of India 7.75 8.25 8.25
State Bank of Mysore 8.75 8.50 8.50
State Bank of Patiala 8.50 9.00 8.25
State Bank of Travancore 8.50 8.75 8.75
Syndicate Bank 9.00 9.00 9.00
UCO Bank 8.00 8.25 8.25
Union Bank of India 8.00 8.75 8.75
United Bank of India 8.25 8.50 9.00
Vijaya Bank
9.25
9.25
8.50
Indian Banks - Private Sector (rates last updated on 08-Feb-2011)
BANK NAME / DURATION 1 year < 2 years 2 years < 3 years 3 years < 5 years
Axis Bank 8.75 8.25 7.00
City Union Bank 9.00 9.00 9.00
Development Credit Bank 7.50 7.75 7.75
HDFC Bank 8.00 8.25 8.25
ICICI Bank 8.00 8.25 8.50
IndusInd Bank 9.00 8.75 8.75
ING Vysya Bank 8.50 8.75 8.75
Karnataka Bank 9.75 9.50 9.25
Kotak Bank 8.75 9.00 9.00
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank 9.25 9.25 8.75
The Bank of Rajasthan Ltd 8.00 8.25 8.50
The Catholic Syrian Bank 8.60 8.80 8.80
The Dhanalakshmi Bank 8.60 8.75 8.75
The Federal Bank 9.25 8.75 8.75
The J & K Bank 8.50 8.50 8.50
The Karur Vysya Bank 10.00 9.75 9.00
The Lakshmi Vilas Bank 10.10 9.00 7.75
The South Indian Bank 9.25 8.75 8.75
TNSC Bank 9.00 8.50 8.50
Yes Bank 8.25 8.50 8.75

TYPES OF INSURANCE POLICIES & Plans

Insurance provides compensation to a person for an anticipated loss to his life, business or an asset.
 Insurance is broadly classified into two parts covering different types of risks:

1. Long-term (Life Insurance)
2. General Insurance (Non-life Insurance)

Long-term Insurance:
Long term insurance is so called because it is meant for a long-term
period which may stretch to several years or whole life-time of the insured.
Long-term insurance covers all life insurance policies.
 Insurance against risk to one's life is covered under ordinary life assurance.
Ordinary life assurance can be further clasified into following types:


Types of Ordinary Life Assurance Meaning
1. Whole Life Assurance In whole life assurance, insurance company collects premium from the insured for whole life or till the time of his retirement and pays claim to the family of the insured only after his death.
2. Endowment Assurance In case of endowment assurance, the term of policy is defined for a specified period say 15, 20, 25 or 30 years. The insurance company pays the claim to the family of assured in an event of his death within the policy's term or in an event of the assured surviving the policy's term.
3. Assurances for Children i).Child's Deferred Assurance: Under this policy, claim by insurance company is paid on the option date which is calculated to coincide with the child's eighteenth or twenty first birthday. In case the parent survives till option date, policy may either be continued or payment may be claimed on the same date. However, if the parent dies before the option date, the policy remains continued until the option date without any need for payment of premiums. If the child dies before the option date, the parent receives back all premiums paid to the insurance company.
  ii). School fee policy: School fee policy can be availed by effecting an endowment policy, on the life of the parent with the sum assured, payable in instalments over the schooling period.
4. Term Assurance The basic feature of term assurance plans is that they provide death risk-cover. Term assurance policies are only for a limited time, claim for which is paid to the family of the assured only when he dies. In case the assured survives the term of policy, no claim is paid to the assured.
5. Annuities Annuities are just opposite to life insurance. A person entering into an annuity contract agrees to pay a specified sum of capital (lump sum or by instalments) to the insurer. The insurer in return promises to pay the insured a series of payments untill insured's death. Generally, life annuity is opted by a person having surplus wealth and wants to use this money after his retirement.

There are two types of annuities, namely:
Immediate Annuity: In an immediate annuity, the insured pays a lump sum amount (known as purchase price) and in return the insurer promises to pay him in instalments a specified sum on a monthly/quarterly/half-yearly/yearly basis. Deferred Annuity: A deferred anuuity can be purchased by paying a single premium or by way of instalments. The insured starts receiving annuity payment after a lapse of a selected period (also known as Deferment period).
6. Money Back Policy Money back policy is a policy opted by people who want periodical payments. A money back policy is generally issued for a particular period, and the sum assured is paid through periodical payments to the insured, spread over this time period. In case of death of the insured within the term of the policy, full sum assured along with bonus accruing on it is payable by hte insurance company to the nominee of the deceased.


General Insurance:
Also known as non-life insurance, general insurance is normally meant for a short-term period of twelve months or less.
Recently, longer-term insurance agreements have made
an entry into the business of general insurance but their term
does not exceed five years.
 General insurance can be classified as follows:


Fire Insurance Fire insurance provides protection against damage to property caused by accidents due to fire, lightening or explosion, whereby the explosion is caused by boilers not being used for industrial purposes. Fire insurance also includes damage caused due to other perils like strom tempest or flood; burst pipes; earthquake; aircraft; riot, civil commotion; malicious damage; explosion; impact.
Marine Insurance Marine insurance basically covers three risk areas, namely, hull, cargo and freight. The risks which these areas are exposed to are collectively known as "Perils of the Sea". These perils include theft, fire, collision etc.
  Marine Cargo: Marine cargo policy provides protection to the goods loaded on a ship against all perils between the departure and arrival warehouse. Therefore, marine cargo covers carriage of goods by sea as well as transportation of goods by land.
  Marine Hull: Marine hull policy provides protection against damage to ship caused due to the perils of the sea. Marine hull policy covers three-fourth of the liability of the hull owner (shipowner) against loss due to collisions at sea. The remaining 1/4th of the liability is looked after by associations formed by shipowners for the purpose (P and I clubs).
Miscellaneous As per the Insurance Act, all types of general insurance other than fire and marine insurance are covered under miscellaneous insurance. Some of the examples of general insurance are motor insurance, theft insurance, health insurance, personal accident insurance, money insurance, engineering insurance etc.

Insurance Companies List in India

  Insurance is a national matter, in which life and general insurance is yet a booming sector with huge possibilities for different global companies, as life insurance premiums account to 2.5% and general insurance premiums account to 0.65% of India's GDP. The Indian Insurance sector has gone through several phases and changes, especially after 1999, when the Govt. of India opened up the insurance sector for private companies to solicit insurance, allowing FDI up to 26%. Since then, the Insurance sector in India is considered as a flourishing market amongst global insurance companies. However, the largest life insurance company in India is still owned by the government.

The history of Insurance in India dates back to 1818, when Oriental Life Insurance Company was established by Europeans in Kolkata to cater to their requirements. Nevertheless, there was discrimination among the life of foreigners and Indians, as higher premiums were charged from the latter. In 1870, Indians took a sigh of relief when Bombay Mutual Life Assurance Society, the first Indian insurance company covered Indian lives at normal rates. Onset of the 20th century brought a drastic change in the Insurance sector.

Insurers

Insurance industry, as on 1.4.2000, comprised mainly two players: the state insurers: 

  Life Insurers:

    Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC)

 General Insurers:

    General Insurance Corporation of India (GIC)  (with effect from Dec'2000, a National Reinsurer)

GIC had four subsidary companies, namely ( with effect from Dec'2000, these subsidaries have been de-linked from the parent company and made as independent insurance companies.

    The Oriental Insurance Company Limited
    The New India Assurance Company Limited
    National Insurance Company Limited
    United India Insurance Company Limited.

Insurance Companies In India

    Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Company Limited
    Birla Sun Life Insurance Co. Ltd
    HDFC Standard life Insurance Co. Ltd
    ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co. Ltd.
    ING Vysya Life Insurance Company Ltd.
    Life Insurance Corporation of India
    Max New York Life Insurance Co. Ltd
    Met Life India Insurance Company Ltd.
    Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Limited
    SBI Life Insurance Co. Ltd
    Tata AIG Life Insurance Company Limited
    Reliance Life Insurance Company Limited.
    Aviva Life Insurance Co. India Pvt. Ltd.
    Shriram Life Insurance Co, Ltd.
    Sahara India Life Insurance
    Bharti AXA Life Insurance
    Future Generali Life Insurance
    IDBI Fortis Life Insurance
    Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance
    AEGON Religare Life Insurance
    DLF Pramerica Life Insurance
    Star Union Dai-ichi Life Insurance
    Agriculture Insurance Company of India
    Apollo DKV Insurance
    Cholamandalam MS General Insurance
    HDFC Ergo General Insurance Company
    ICICI Lombard General Insurance
    IFFCO Tokio General Insurance
    National Insurance Company Ltd
    New India Assurance
    Oriental Insurance Company
    Reliance General Insurance
    Royal Sundaram Alliance Insurance
    Shriram General Insurance Company Limited
    Tata AIG General Insurance
    United India Insurance
    Universal Sompo General Insurance Co. Ltd
    Apollo Munich Health Insurance
    Bajaj Allianz General Insurance ia
    Bharti AXA General Insurance
    Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India
    IDBI Federal Life Insurance
    IndiaFirst Life Insurance
    L&T General Insurance
    Max Bupa Health Insurance
    Raheja QBE General Insurance Company Ltd.
    SBI General Insurance
    Star Health Insurance

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Gold Price chart for 1994-2010


GOLD CHART

1994
 1995-2010

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Highest Dividend Stocks 2011

Ticker
    Stock data as of 8/2/11
Estimated
Annual
Dividend $
Estimated
Annual
Yield %
MMM
3M
2.200
2.5
AHC
A. H. Belo
0.240
3.9
SHLM
A. Schulman
0.620
2.8
ABT
Abbott Laboratories
1.920
3.8
ABBC
Abington Bancorp
0.240
2.4
ABM
ABM Industries
0.560
2.5
AKR
Acadia Realty Trust
0.720
3.5
AEA
Advance America, Cash Advance Centers
0.250
3.3
AVCA
Advocat
0.220
3.7
AFL
AFLAC
1.200
2.6
AGL
AGL Resources
1.800
4.4
ADC
Agree Realty
1.600
7.1
APD
Air Products & Chemicals
2.320
2.6
AYR
Aircastle Limited
0.500
4.4
ALSK
Alaska Communications Systems Group
0.860
11.3
ALEX
Alexander & Baldwin
1.260
2.6
ALE
ALLETE
1.780
4.4
ALNC
Alliance Financial
1.200
3.7
AHGP
Alliance Holdings GP
2.330
4.7
ARLP
Alliance Resource Partners
3.690
4.8
AB
AllianceBernstein Holding
1.270
7.6
LNT
Alliant Energy
1.700
4.3
AWH
Allied World Assurance Co Holdings, AG.
1.500
2.8
ALL
Allstate
0.840
3.0
MO
Altria Group
1.520
5.8
EPAX
Ambassadors Group
0.240
2.9
AEE
Ameren
1.540
5.3
ATAX
America First Tax Exempt Investors
0.500
8.9
AAT
American Assets Trust
0.840
3.8
ACC
American Campus Communities
1.350
3.7
AGNC
American Capital Agency
5.600
19.3
AEO
American Eagle Outfitters
0.440
3.4
AEP
American Electric Power
1.840
4.9
AM
American Greetings
0.600
2.7
AMNB
American National BankShares
0.920
4.9
AMSWA
American Software
0.360
4.2
AWR
American States Water
1.120
3.3
AWK
American Water Works
0.920
3.3
APU
AmeriGas Partners
2.960
6.8
ADI
Analog Devices
1.000
2.9
NLY
Annaly Capital Management
2.600
14.9
ANH
Anworth Mortgage Asset
1.000
13.9
APOG
Apogee Enterprises
0.326
2.9
ARI
Apollo Commercial Real Est. Finance
1.600
10.1
AINV
Apollo Investment
1.120
11.5
AMAT
Applied Materials
0.320
2.6
WTR
Aqua America
0.620
2.9
MT
ArcelorMittal
0.750
2.5
ARCC
Ares Capital
1.400
8.6
AI
Arlington Asset Investment
3.500
12.4
ARR
ARMOUR Residential REIT
1.440
19.1
AROW
Arrow Financial
1.000
4.1
ARTNA
Artesian Resources
0.761
4.2
AJG
Arthur J. Gallagher
1.320
4.7
AHT
Ashford Hospitality Trust
0.400
3.6
ALC
Assisted Living Concepts
0.400
2.5
AF
Astoria Financial
0.520
4.5
T
AT&T
1.720
5.8
ATLS
Atlas Energy
0.880
3.5
APL
Atlas Pipeline Partners
1.880
5.5
ATO
Atmos Energy
1.360
4.0
ALV
Autoliv(ADR)
1.800
2.8
ADP
Automatic Data Processing
1.440
2.8
AVB
AvalonBay Communities
3.570
2.7
AVY
Avery Dennison
1.000
3.2
AVA
Avista
1.100
4.4
AVP
Avon Products
0.920
3.6
AXS
Axis Capital Holdings Limited
0.920
2.9
BGS
B&G Foods
0.840
4.6
BALT
Baltic Trading
0.490
9.6
BANF
BancFirst
1.000
2.6
BBVA
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA
0.592
5.9
BBD
Banco Bradesco SA
0.584
3.0
BLX
Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exr SA
0.800
4.3
STD
Banco Santander, S.A.
0.859
8.7
BOCH
Bank of Commerce Holdings
0.120
3.0
BOH
Bank of Hawaii
1.800
4.0
BMO
Bank of Montreal
2.932
4.7
BNS
Bank of Nova Scotia
2.159
3.8
BHB
Bar Harbor Bankshares
1.100
3.8
BCS
Barclays
0.351
2.5
BTE
Baytex Energy
2.529
4.6
BBT
BB&T
0.640
2.5
BCE
BCE
2.121
5.5
BLC
Belo
0.200
2.9
BMS
Bemis
0.960
3.0
BHLB
Berkshire Hills Bancorp
0.640
3.0
BGCP
BGC Partners
0.680
8.3
BGFV
Big 5 Sporting Goods
0.300
3.6
BMR
BioMed Realty Trust
0.800
4.1
BKH
Black Hills
1.460
4.9
BLK
BlackRock
5.500
3.1
BKCC
Blackrock Kelso Capital
1.040
12.0
BX
Blackstone Group
0.400
2.4
BNCN
BNC Bancorp
0.200
3.0
BWP
Boardwalk Pipeline Partners
2.100
7.4
BOWFF
Boardwalk REIT
1.828
3.6
BP
BP plc
1.680
3.7
BPT
BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust
9.461
8.3
BRC
Brady
0.720
2.5
BDN
Brandywine Realty Trust
0.600
5.1
BRE
BRE Properties
1.500
2.9
BBEP
BreitBurn Energy Partners
1.690
8.8
BDGE
Bridge Bancorp
0.920
4.4
BGG
Briggs & Stratton
0.440
2.6
BMY
Bristol Myers Squibb
1.320
4.6
BR
Broadridge Financial Solutions
0.600
2.6
BIP
Brookfield Infrastructure Partners
1.240
4.9
BPO
Brookfield Properties
0.560
3.0
BRKL
Brookline Bancorp
0.340
4.0
BWS
Brown Shoe
0.280
2.8
BMTC
Bryn Mawr Bank
0.600
3.0
BPL
Buckeye Partners
4.000
6.3
CVC
Cablevision Systems
0.600
2.5
CLMS
Calamos Asset Management
0.380
2.8
CWT
California Water Service Group
0.615
3.3
CALM
Cal-Maine Foods
0.851
2.5
CLMT
Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P
1.980
8.8
CPT
Camden Property Trust
1.960
2.9
CPB
Campbell Soup
1.160
3.5
CM
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
3.521
4.6
CCBG
Capital City Bank Group
0.400
3.9
CPLP
Capital Product Partners
0.930
11.4
CFFN
Capitol Federal Financial
0.300
2.6
CMO
Capstead Mortgage
1.920
14.8
CCL
Carnival
1.000
3.1
CUK
Carnival
1.000
2.9
CATO
Cato
0.920
3.3
CBL
CBL & Associates Properties
0.840
4.8
CDI
CDI
0.520
4.0
CDR
Cedar Shopping Centers
0.360
7.5
CEL
Cellcom Israel
3.640
13.9
CNP
CenterPoint Energy
0.790
4.0
CV
Central Vermont Public Service
0.920
2.6
CTL
CenturyLink
2.900
7.8
CHG
CH Energy Group
2.160
4.0
CLDT
Chatham Lodging Trust
0.700
4.6
CHFC
Chemical Financial
0.800
4.2
CHSP
Chesapeake Lodging Trust
0.800
4.8
CHKM
Chesapeake Midstream Partners
1.450
5.4
CPK
Chesapeake Utilities
1.380
3.6
CVX
Chevron
3.120
3.0
CHH
Choice Hotels International
0.740
2.5
CB
Chubb
1.560
2.5
CINF
Cincinnati Financial
1.600
5.9
CNK
Cinemark Holdings
0.840
4.3
CZNC
Citizens & Northern
0.600
3.6
CHCO
City Holding
1.360
4.4
CNL
Cleco
1.120
3.2
CKSW
ClickSoftware Technologies
0.320
3.4
CLX
Clorox
2.400
3.4
CLPHY
CLP Holdings Limited
0.318
3.4
CMS
CMS Energy
0.840
4.3
CCNE
CNB Financial
0.660
4.8
KO
Coca-Cola
1.880
2.8
CL
Colgate-Palmolive
2.320
2.8
CLP
Colonial Properties Trust
0.600
2.8
CLNY
Colony Financial
1.280
7.3
CMC
Commercial Metals
0.480
3.4
CWH
CommonWealth REIT
2.000
8.6
CBU
Community Bank System
1.040
4.1
CTBI
Community Trust Bancorp
1.240
4.5
CODI
Compass Diversified Holdings
1.440
9.5
CMTL
Comtech Telecomm.
1.000
3.7
CAG
ConAgra Foods
0.920
3.6
CTWS
Connecticut Water Service
0.930
3.7
COP
ConocoPhillips
2.640
3.7
CNSL
Consolidated Communications Holdings
1.550
8.5
ED
Consolidated Edison
2.400
4.6
CWCO
Consolidated Water
0.300
3.5
CEG
Constellation Energy Group
0.960
2.5
CTB
Cooper Tire & Rubber
0.420
2.5
CPNO
Copano Energy, L.L.C.
2.300
6.9
COR
CoreSite Realty
0.520
3.1
CFP
Cornerstone Progressive Return Fund
1.236
17.2
OFC
Corporate Office Properties Trust
1.650
5.4
CJREF
Corus Entertainment
0.781
3.5
CMRE
Costamare
1.000
6.2
CPY
CPI Corp.
1.000
8.9
CMLP
Crestwood Midstream Partners
1.840
7.0
CXS
Crexus Investment 
1.000
9.2
XTEX
Crosstex Energy
1.240
7.0
XTXI
Crosstex Energy
0.400
2.7
CRWS
Crown Crafts
0.120
2.4
CRU
Crude Carriers
1.250
10.7
CTCM
CTC Media
0.880
4.1
CFR
Cullen/Frost Bankers
1.840
3.4
SRV
Cushing MLP Total Return Fund
0.900
8.9
CVBF
CVB Financial
0.340
3.5
UAN
CVR Partners
1.880
7.8
CYS
Cypress Sharpridge Investments
2.400
18.7