year-end dividend

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Year-end dividend

A special dividend declared at the end of a fiscal year that usually represents distribution of higher-than-expected company profits.

Year-End Dividend

A final dividend declared toward the end a given fiscal year. A company announces a year-end dividend especially if revised estimates show a greater than expected profit; it waits until the end of the year to revise and attempt to verify these estimates before declaring the dividend. More broadly, it may refer to the last dividend declared in a year.

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Officially, the company said it has not made any decisions on year-end dividends, citing the unpredictability of its full-year earnings.
and Nissan Motor Co., both mired in huge net losses, will skip payment of year-end dividends, while Toyota Motor Corp.
The official decision on year-end dividends will be made at the 12th Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders, to be held in March 2007.
Oriental Land said it will raise its per-share interim and year-end dividends to 14 yen each from 12 yen for a total of 28 yen for the year to March 31, 2004.
It also said it will not pay year-end dividends for fiscal 2001, compared with a per-share 3 yen dividend paid a year earlier.
Interim and year-end dividends are projected at 2,000 yen each.
However, considering expected net loss in our non-consolidated operating results, we are sorry to inform shareholders that we now plan non payment of year-end dividends, for which we will make a full effort to enable an early resumption of dividends, and we sincerely hope to have the understanding of shareholders and interested parties of the Company.
Osaka Gas said it will increase a full-year dividend for fiscal 2001 to 6 yen per share, including an interim dividend of 3 yen already paid, from the previous year's 5 yen per share -- interim and year-end dividends of 2.5 yen each.
said Tuesday it has widened its estimate of losses for the year to March 31 because of wobbling sales of mobile phones at home and abroad and will cut year-end dividends for the year.
The boards of directors of closed-end, diversified investment companies, Flaherty & Crumrine/Claymore Preferred Securities Income Fund Incorporated (FFC) (NYSE:FFC) and Flaherty & Crumrine/Claymore Total Return Fund Incorporated (FLC) (NYSE:FLC) authorised regular monthly and special year-end dividends to be paid in December, the Funds announced on Monday.