Ex-Date

Ex-Date

1. See: Ex-dividend date.

2. The date on which the new price of a stock is listed following a stock split. A stock split reduces the price per share, and tickers on exchanges reflect this on and after the ex-date.
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With an ex-date of 12 July 2019, the distribution will be made on 31 July 2019 to shareholders of record date as on 15 July 2019.
Subject to shareholder approval, the ex-date is expected to be April 23, 2019, the record date April 24, 2019 on both MTA and NYSE and the payment date May 2, 2019.
If shareholders approve the proposed distribution, the expected calendar for both MTA and NYSE is as follows: (i) ex-date April 23, 2019, (ii) record date April 24, 2019, and (iii) payment date May 2, 2019.
If shareholders approve the proposed distribution, the expected calendar for both MTA and NYSE is as follows: ex-date April 23; record date April 24; and payment date May 2, Fiat Chrysler said.
The ex-date will be 21 May 2019, for holders of common stock listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), as well as for holders of Swedish Depository Receipts (SDRs) listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.
Since pure initial public offerings (IPOs) do not trade until the ex-date, equity carve-outs (partial IPOs) provide an opportunity to track the impact of initial and subsequent filings on parent company returns throughout the filing process from initial filing to first trade date.
The ex-date for the Fund's distribution is December 14, 2018.
Using the definition provided by Investopedia, a rights offering is an issue of rights to existing shareholders that entitle them to buy additional shares in proportion to their existing holdings at a predetermined price as of a predetermined date (which is a day before the ex-date).
* Lead by asking for an ex-date. After all, if you are going to quote something, you need to know the time frame.
As a result VAH is determining an In Specie dividend which will be distributed to VAH shareholders who have acquired shares before the proposed Ex-date on 21 March 2012 on a 1:1 ratio.
The ex-date of the cash dividend is March 29, 2011.
Another key prediction of the tax clientele model is that sometime before the ex-date, lower dividend yield stocks will end up in the hands of investors for whom dividends are taxed more heavily, while higher yield stocks end up with investors who are taxed at lesser rates.