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Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week Ending August 24

publication date: Aug 24, 2018
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author/source: Christopher Araos

Below we provide a list of firms that raised their dividends during the week ending August 24. The dividend reports of covered firms on this list will be updated shortly with the new information. To access our dividend reports use the ‘Symbol’ search box in our website header.

Firms Raising Their Dividends This Week

Altria (MO): now $0.80 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.70.

American Financial Group (AFG): now $1.60 per share quarterly dividend, was $1.40.

BancFirst (BANF): now $0.30 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.21.               

C&F Financial (CFFI): now $0.36 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.34.

Canadian Imperial Bank (CM): now CAD 1.36 per share quarterly dividend, was CAD 1.33.

Capital City Bank (CCBG): now $0.09 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.07.

Carolina Financial (CARO): now $0.07 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.06.

Enduro Royalty Trust (NDRO): now $0.0438 per share monthly dividend, was $0.0432.

Golar LNG (GLNG): now $0.125 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.05.

Jefferson Security Bank (JFWV): now $0.75 per share semi-annual dividend, was $0.70.

Ladenburg Talmann Financial (LTS): now $0.0125 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.01.

M&T Bank (MTB): now $1.00 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.80.

Martin Marietta Materials (MLM): now $0.48 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.44.

Mesa Royalty Trust (MTR): now $0.08502 per share monthly dividend, was $0.06604.

Muncy Bank Financial (MYBF): now $0.33 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.32.

MVB Financial (MVBF): now $0.03 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.025.

NetEase (NTES): now $0.61 ADS quarterly dividend, was $0.23.

Newtek Business (NEWT): now $0.48 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.42.

Northern BanCorp (NRIM): now $0.27 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.24.

Pope Resources (POPE): now $0.80 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.70. 

Royal Bank of Canada (RY): now CAD 0.98 per share quarterly dividend, was CAD 0.94.

S.Y. Bancorp (SYBT): now $0.25 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.23.

San Juan Basin Royalty (SJT): now $0.0316 per share monthly dividend, was $0.0291.

Seacoast Commerce Banc Holdings (SCBH): now $0.09 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.08.

SS&C (SSNC): now $0.08 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.07.

TrustCo Bank (TRST): now $0.068125 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.065625.

Weyerhaeuser (WY): now $0.34 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.32.

Firms Lowering Their Dividends This Week

Canadian Banc Corp (CNDCF): now CAD 0.1057 per share monthly dividend, was CAD 0.1135.

Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (CRT): now $0.1077 per share monthly dividend, was $0.1251.

First Trust MLP&Energy Income Fund (FEI): now $0.10 per share monthly dividend, was $0.1183.

First Trust New Opportunities MLP & Energy Fund (FPL): now $0.075 per share monthly dividend, was $0.105.

Marine Petroleum Trust (MARPS): now $0.0901 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.0929.

Permian Basin Royalty Trust (PBT): now $0.0391 per share monthly dividend, was $0.0575.

PermRock Royalty Trust (PRT): now $0.0926 per share monthly dividend, was $0.1292.

 

>>Last week’s dividend increases.

Source: Seeking Alpha and Nasdaq.


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