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Installed Building Products (IBP) Dividend Yield, Date & History

$234.09
+11.04 (+4.95%)
(As of 02/23/2024 ET)

Dividend Summary

Dividend Yield
0.56%
Annual Dividend
$1.32
Dividend Increase
Track Record
3 Years
Dividend Payout Ratio
15.33%
Next
Dividend Payment
Mar. 31
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Installed Building Products vs. The Competition

TypeInstalled Building ProductsConstruction CompaniesNYSE Companies
Annual Dividend$1.32$1.28$1.52
Dividend Yield0.56%199.64%356.73%
Annualized 3-Year Dividend Growth0.00%1,800.55%1,243.06%
Track Record3 years8 years10 years

Installed Building Products Dividend Payout Ratio

TypePayout Ratio
Based on Trailing 12 Months of Earnings15.33%
Based on This Year's Estimates12.60%
Based on Next Year's Estimates11.24%
Based on Cashflow8.88%

Installed Building Products Dividend History by Quarter

AnnouncedPeriodAmountYieldEx-Dividend DateRecord DatePayable Date
2/22/2024Quarterly$1.600.6%3/14/20243/15/20243/31/2024
11/8/2023Quarterly$0.331.09%12/14/202312/15/202312/31/2023
8/2/2023Quarterly$0.330.87%9/14/20239/15/20239/30/2023
5/4/2023Quarterly$0.331.18%6/14/20236/15/20236/30/2023
2/22/2023Quarterly$1.234.4%3/14/20233/15/20233/31/2023
11/3/2022Quarterly$0.31501.63%12/14/202212/15/202212/31/2022
8/4/2022Quarterly$0.31501.21%9/14/20229/15/20229/30/2022
5/5/2022Quarterly$0.31501.45%6/14/20226/15/20226/30/2022
2/25/2022quarterly$0.31501.4%3/14/20223/15/20223/31/2022
11/5/2021quarterly$0.300.9%12/14/202112/15/202112/31/2021
8/5/2021Quarterly$0.300.98%9/14/20219/15/20219/30/2021
5/5/2021Quarterly$0.300.87%6/14/20216/15/20216/30/2021
2/23/2021Quarterly$0.300.98%3/12/20213/15/20213/31/2021
(Data available from 1/1/2013 forward)













Installed Building Products Dividend - Frequently Asked Questions

What is Installed Building Products's dividend yield?

The current dividend yield for Installed Building Products is 0.56%. Learn more on IBP's dividend yield history.

How much is Installed Building Products's annual dividend?

The annual dividend for IBP shares is $1.32. Learn more on IBP's annual dividend history.

How often does Installed Building Products pay dividends?

Installed Building Products pays quarterly dividends to shareholders.

When is Installed Building Products's next dividend payment?

Installed Building Products's next quarterly dividend payment of $1.60 per share will be made to shareholders on Sunday, March 31, 2024.

When was Installed Building Products's most recent dividend payment?

Installed Building Products's most recent quarterly dividend payment of $0.33 per share was made to shareholders on Sunday, December 31, 2023.

When is Installed Building Products's ex-dividend date?

Installed Building Products's next ex-dividend date is Thursday, March 14, 2024.

When was Installed Building Products's most recent ex-dividend date?

Installed Building Products's most recent ex-dividend date was Thursday, December 14, 2023.

What track record does Installed Building Products have of raising its dividend?

Installed Building Products has increased its dividend for the past 3 consecutive years.

When did Installed Building Products last increase or decrease its dividend?

The most recent change in the company's dividend was an increase of $1.27 on Thursday, February 22, 2024.

What is Installed Building Products's dividend payout ratio?
The dividend payout ratio for IBP is:
  • 15.33% based on the trailing year of earnings
  • 12.60% based on this year's estimates
  • 11.24% based on next year's estimates
  • 8.88% based on cash flow

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This page (NYSE:IBP) was last updated on 2/24/2024 by MarketBeat.com Staff