Special Dividend Announcements

Special dividends are a one-time distribution of company assets, usually in the form of cash, to shareholders. Special dividends are generally larger than normal dividends paid out by a company. Special dividends are also referred to as "extra dividends." Special dividends can occur when a company has exceptionally strong earnings results, when a company wants to make changes to its financial structure, or when a company wants to spin off a subsidiary company to its shareholders. Learn more about dividend.

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No upcoming special dividends announced

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