Saratoga, which was founded by former vice presidential candidate Sandiaga Uno, recorded its highest dividend income of Rp 1.99 trillion throughout 2019, an increase of 121.5 percent from 2018.“As a shareholder to our existing investee companies, our job is to continue to engage and support them in reaching their maximum potential,” Saratoga president director Michael Soeryadjaya said in a statement.The strong performance of the investee companies, he added, was supported by their solid business fundamentals.Saratoga’s shares had jumped 0.35 percent as of 2:19 p.m. in Jakarta on Tuesday versus a drop of 4.17 percent in the Jakarta Composite Index.Read also: Trading halted third time in week as stocks touch 5-year low, rupiah breaks Rp 15,000 to dollarHowever, the shares of Saratoga’s investee companies fell during Tuesday’s afternoon: TBIG nosedived 6.83 percent, ADRO fell 6.45 percent and MDKA declined 4.44 percent.”In the midst of various global and domestic challenges, Saratoga will continue to carry out active investment strategies in a disciplined, measurable and prudent manner,” Michael added.Topics : Investment company PT Saratoga Investama Sedaya booked a significant profit in 2019 after recording a loss in 2018, thanks to investment value and dividend income from investee companies.The publicly listed company announced on Tuesday that it recorded a net profit of Rp 7.3 trillion (US$484.56 million) throughout 2019, bouncing back from a loss of Rp 6.19 trillion in 2018.The company pocketed Rp 6.2 trillion in net profit from investments in shares and equity securities, driven by an increase in mark-to-market share prices of its investee, such as broadcast tower operator PT Tower Bersama Infrastructure (TBIG), coal producer PT Adaro Energy (ADRO) and mining firm PT Merdeka Copper Cold (MDKA).
Human Services, Press Release, Public Health, Women’s Rights Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today said he would veto House Bill 2315, the latest Republican proposal to criminalize women’s health care decisions and common health care procedures and attack a woman’s constitutional right to choose. Governor Wolf vetoed Senate Bill 3 last year, which would have criminalized abortion after 20 weeks.“Women’s health care decisions should be between them, their doctor and their families – there is no space for Harrisburg politicians to insert themselves,” Governor Wolf said. “This new bill is even more extreme than the bill I stopped last year, and I will do everything in my power to stop this dangerous and unconscionable attack on women’s health care. I have met personally with women who’ve faced the difficult medical decision to end a pregnancy and they are loving and compassionate people who often are facing their worst nightmare. Republicans in Harrisburg show a tremendous disrespect for these women and their abilities to make their own health care decisions.” Governor Wolf Ready to Veto Latest Dangerous and Unconscionable Attack on Women’s Health Care SHARE Email Facebook Twitter May 09, 2018
Pat Ryan got Tipp’s goal and also registered two points.Aidan McCormack also contributed handsomely to the losing side’s tally with 0-5.Limerick will play Clare in the Munster final on July 6th. Limerick beat the Premier County 2-11 to 0-15 in the provincial semi-final at Semple Stadium.Although William Maher’s side were always within touching distance of their opponents they never managed to edge in front.Their chances of victory were hit by goals in either half by the Treaty County’s David Dempsey and Pa Ryan.