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Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week Ending March 8

publication date: Mar 8, 2019
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author/source: Christopher Araos

Below we provide a list of firms that raised their dividends during the week ending March 8. 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

Aecon (AEGXF): now CAD 0.145 per share quarterly dividend, was CAD 0.125.

Americold Realty Trust (COLD): now $0.20 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.1875.

American Tower (AMT): now $0.90 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.84.

Applied Materials (AMAT): now $0.21 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.20.

Armanino Foods of Distinction (AMNF): now $0.025 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.0225.

BWX Technologies (BWXT): now $0.17 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.16.

Cabot Microelectronics (CCMP): now $0.42 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.40.

Canadian Western Bank (CBWBF): now $0.27 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.26.

Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ): now CAD 0.375 per share quarterly dividend, was CAD 0.335.

Danaher Corporation (DHR): now $0.17 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.16.

General Dynamics (GD): now $1.02 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.93.

Gentex (GNTX): now $0.115 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.11.

Hammond Power Solutions (HMDPF): now CAD 0.07 per share quarterly dividend, was CAD 0.06.

Heidrick & Struggles (HSII): now $0.15 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.13.

Hill-Rom Holdings (HRC): now $0.21 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.20.

Horace Mann Educators (HMN): now $0.2875 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.285.

Kadant (KAI): now $0.23 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.22.

Kohl’s (KSS): now $0.67 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.61.

NetEase (NTES): now $0.48 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.45.

Old Line Bancshares (OLBK): now $0.12 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.10.

Olympia Financial Group (OLGRF): now $0.23 per share monthly dividend, was $0.20.

Ross Stores (ROST): now $0.255 per shares quarterly dividend, was $0.225.

Sabine Royalty Trust (SBR): now $0.2785 per share monthly dividend, was $0.2511.

Sun Communities (SUI): now $0.75 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.71.

Taubman Centers (TCO): now $0.675 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.655.

Trinity (TRN): now $0.17 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.13.

U.S. Physical Therapy (USPH): now $0.27 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.23.

United Bancorp (UBCP): now $0.1325 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.13.

Vail Resorts (MTN): now $1.76 per share quarterly dividend, was $1.47.

Wyndham Destinations (WYND): now $0.45 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.41.

Firms Lowering Their Dividends This Week

BHP Billiton plc (BBL): now $1.10 per share semi-annual dividend, was $1.26.

Delaware Enhanced Global Dividend&Income (DEX): now $0.0886 per share monthly dividend, was $0.0887.

Delaware Investments Dividend&Income (DDF): now $0.0886 per share monthly dividend, was $0.0887.

Magic Software (MGIC): now $0.15 per share semi-annual dividend, was $0.155.

Sprott Focus Trust Inc (FUND): now $0.1196 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.129.

THL Credit (TCRD): now $0.21 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.27.

Tri-Continental (TY): now $0.24 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.2515.

 

>>Last week’s dividend increases.

Source: Seeking Alpha and Nasdaq.


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