Indicated dividend

Indicated dividend

Total amount of dividends that would be paid on a share of stock over the next 12 months if each dividend were the same amount as the most recent dividend. Usually represented by the letter "e" in stock tables.

Indicated Dividend

The total dividend a company will pay on its stock in the next 12 month period, assuming each payment is the same as the most recent dividend. Indicated dividends are reported on many stock tables. See also: E.
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Based on the closing common stock price on July 17, 2019, of USD 74.42 per common share, the new indicated dividend yield on the company's common stock would be 2.3%.
Based on the closing common stock price on August 2, 2018, of $84.75 per common share, the indicated dividend yield on the Company's common stock was 1.8%.
Entercom's indicated dividend represents a yield of 5.14% -- more than double compared to the average dividend yield of 1.94% for the Services sector.
This represents a 4.5% increase from the prior quarterly dividend of 44c per share paid in December 2017, and reflects an annual indicated dividend rate of $1.84 per share.
The company has increased its common stock by 7.3 percent to USD0.59 per share and the indicated dividend is USD2.36 per share on an annual basis.
Annually, the indicated dividend rate is USD2.92 per share, according to the company.
At the new rate, the indicated dividend on an annual basis is $3.36 per share compared to the previous rate of $3.20 per share.
Despite the fact that a quarter of the S&P 500 index members do not pay a dividend, the index still sported an indicated dividend yield of 2.31 percent on ti Dec.
The indicated dividend yield is 1.4 per cent, according to Bloomberg data.
1248, a companion section to the Subpart F provisions, Congress expressly used the term "dividend." The IRS may argue against treating Subpart F inclusions as "dividends received," because Congress would have indicated dividend treatment directly in the statute.
Respondents indicated dividend yield (38%), liquidity (24%), and diversification (19%) as the primary reasons for investing in U.S.
Health Equity Properties (EQP) yields 10% at the indicated dividend. Health Care REIT and MEDITRUST also have attractive yields.