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Why blue-chip financial firms are sweetening the deal for preferred shares Add to ...

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Banks and insurers want capital, and they’re willing to pay for it.

Manulife Financial Corp. announced on Monday a new preferred-share offering that will yield 4.85 per cent, which is big enough to appeal to everyone from the sophisticated pension fund to the individual retail investor looking for income.

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