Guaranteed Dividend

Guaranteed Dividend

A dividend that a company is required to pay on its preferred stock. Guaranteed dividends are generally cumulative, meaning that if a company skips a payment, it can make no dividend payments on common stock until preferred stockholders are satisfied in full. Under some circumstances, preferred stockholders can force the liquidation of a company that does not pay its guaranteed dividends.
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The guaranteed dividend yield for 3 years, of more than 8 per cent will see many yield chasing buyers," said Vrajesh Bhandari, portfolio manager at Al Mal Capital.
25 per share and a guaranteed dividend pursuant to Section 304 AktG in the amount of EUR 0.
THERE'S PS80,000 up for grabs again tomorrow night with our GR8 Jackpot bet but the guaranteed dividend (free of deductions) goes up to PS100,000 on Monday to coincide with our change of race nights.
Chimimport raised a total 199 million leva from issuing non-voting preferred stock with a guaranteed dividend of nine per cent plus liquidation value and a buyback option.
Karachi, have assured the Corporate Law Authority that they will pay by February 28 to the minority share-holders, the guaranteed dividend for the financial year ending June 30, 1997 from their own resources at the rate of 16%, it was officially stated.
In order to attract public subscription for the proposed Iran-Pak Oil Refinery, both the joint venture partners have planned to offer a guaranteed dividend which would not be less than 60 per cent of the net profits of the refinery for each financial year.
Furthermore, the company agrees to pay those shareholders affected by the squeeze-out the guaranteed dividend as stated in the domination agreement due for the Celanese AG 2005/2006 fiscal year ending September 30, 2006, immediately following the ordinary shareholders' meeting scheduled for May 2006.
received approximately US$89 million of total proceeds composed of US$67 million for the purchase price and an additional US$22 million related to guaranteed dividend payments and recorded a loss during the third quarter of approximately US$4.
to receive approximately US$89 million of total proceeds composed of US$67 million for the purchase price and an additional US$22 million related to guaranteed dividend payments and to record a loss of approximately US$4.
92 in cash (plus interest), as reduced by any guaranteed dividend payments.
Regarding the pounds 604 "funding deficit", I have calculated, from UK government figures, that over pounds 500 is due to the private finance initiative scheme used in England, but rejected in Wales, where capital expenditure is transferred to current expenditure (ie, in this case, taken directly from pupil education to pay huge guaranteed dividends to largely American investors).

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