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Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week March 25

publication date: Mar 25, 2022
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author/source: Christopher Araos

Below we provide a list of firms that raised their dividends during the week ending March 25. 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     

1847 Holdings, LLC (EFSH): now $0.05 per share quarterly dividend.

Armanino Foods of Distinction (AMNF): now $0.03 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.0275.

Banco de Chile (BCH): now $0.855 per share annual dividend, was $0.513.

BankUnited (BKU): now $0.25 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.23.

BRP (DOOO): now CAD 0.16 per share quarterly dividend, was CAD 0.13.

Chesswood Group (CHWWF): now CAD 0.04 per share monthly dividend, was CAD 0.03.

Columbus McKinnon Corporation (CMCO): now $0.07 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.06.

Cousins Properties (CUZ): now $0.32 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.31.

Dentsply Sirona (XRAY): now $0.125 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.110.

Freeport-McMoRan (FCX): now $0.15 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.075.

The Hackett Group (HCKT): now $0.11 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.10.

Intercontinental General Insurance (IGIC): now $0.19 per share semi-annual dividend, was $0.16.

Modiv Inc. 7.375% CUM SER A (MDV.PA): now $0.461 per share quarterly dividend.

Movado (MOV): now $0.35 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.25.

Novo Nordisk (NVO): now $0.741 per share dividend, was $0.683.

OceanPal (OP): now $0.05 per share quarterly dividend.

Orion Office REIT (ONL): now $0.10 per share quarterly dividend.

Oxford Industries (OXM): now $0.55 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.42.

Park Lawn Corporation (PRRWF): now $0.114 per share monthly dividend, was $0.038.

Pearson (PSO): now $0.189 per share semi-annual dividend, was $0.086.

Prudential (PUK): now $0.237 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.107.

San Juan Basin Royalty Trust (SJT): now $0.1191 per share monthly dividend, was $0.0857.

Southern Michigan (SOMC): now $0.13 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.12.

Trinity Bank (TYBT): now $0.75 per share semi-annual dividend, was $0.73.

U & I Financial (UNIF): now $0.10 per share dividend.

Wake Forest Bancshares (WAKE): now $1.00 per share special dividend.

Firms Lowering Their Dividends This Week                                                            

AT&T (T): now $0.2775 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.52.

Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (CRT): now $0.0542 per share monthly dividend, was $0.10.

Ferguson PLC (FERG): now $0.84 per share dividend, was $1.665.

G. Willi-Food (WILC): now $0.44 per share annual dividend, was $1.34.

Mesa Royalty Trust (MTR): Now $0.1028 per share monthly dividend, was $0.1094.

Permian Basin Royalty Trust (PBT): now $0.0193 per share monthly dividend, was $0.0292.

Western Asset Mortgage Capital (WMC): now $0.04 per share quarterly dividend, was $0.06.

 

                                            

>>Last week’s dividend increases.

Source: Seeking Alpha and Nasdaq.


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