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Week of 5 September 2011



Dividends Declared - Week of 5 September 2011

Dividends Declared - Week of 5 September 2011


TickerStockDividend TypeDeclared DateEx-div DateRecord DatePayable DateAmountSectorAnnualized Yield
CSA Cogdell Spencer, Inc. Common Stock Annual Dividend 2011-09-09 - 2011-09-23 2011-10-19 $0.10 Healthcare REIT 10.60%


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08/19/2017 09:31 PM
Dividend - Investopedia
What is a 'Dividend'. A dividend is a distribution of a portion of a company's earnings, decided by the board of directors, to a class of its shareholders. Dividends can be issued as cash payments, as shares of stock, or other property.
09/11/2017 06:47 PM
Dividend - Wikipedia
A dividend is a payment made by a corporation to its shareholders, usually as a distribution of profits. When a corporation earns a profit or surplus, the corporation is able to re-invest the profit in the business (called retained earnings) and pay a proportion of the profit as a dividend to shareholders.
09/15/2017 04:52 AM
What is a Dividend? - Dividend.com
A dividend is defined as a payment made by a corporation to its shareholders. Usually these payouts are made in cash (called “cash dividends”), but sometimes companies will also distribute stock dividends, whereby additional stock shares are distributed to shareholders. Stock dividends are also known as stock splits.
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What Is A Dividend? - Investopedia
Income investors love them and growth investors rarely expect them, but just what are dividends? Learn the story behind these payouts and why they are (or aren't ...
08/24/2016 07:55 PM
What Is a Dividend? - The Balance
The term dividend is used to describe the cash a company sends its owners, almost always funded out of profits, to reward them for holding equity.
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What Is A Dividend? - Nasdaq.com
Types of Dividend: There are three common types of dividend that you may hear of; cash, stock and extraordinary. A cash dividend is what is explained above ...
01/31/2016 12:19 AM
What Is a Dividend? -- The Motley Fool
A dividend is a distribution of a portion of a company's earnings to holders of its stock. When a company makes money, it has the option to share that profit with its stockholders or retain that money as earnings, which it is then free to reinvest.
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Define dividend: an individual share of something distributed: such as — dividend in a sentence
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Dividend - definition of dividend by The Free Dictionary
div·i·dend (dĭv′ĭ-dĕnd′) n. 1. Mathematics A quantity to be divided. 2. a. A share of profits paid to a stockholder or to a policyholder in a mutual ...

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