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CompanyPayable DateEx. DateAnnouncement DateRatioOptionable?
Cognex (CGNX)12/1/201712/4/201710/30/20172-1Yes
Patrick Industries (PATK)12/8/201712/11/201711/9/20173-2Yes
Insperity (NSP)12/15/201712/18/201711/16/20172-1Yes
VelocityShares 3X Long Natural Gas ETN linked to the S&P GSCI Natural Gas Index Excess Return (UGAZ)12/19/201712/20/201712/13/20171-10Yes
Graco (GGG)12/27/201712/28/201712/8/20173-1Yes
Neogen (NEOG)12/29/20171/2/201812/8/20174-3Yes

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