NYSE:PRU

Prudential Financial Dividend Yield, History & Payout Ratio

$102.09
+1.51 (+1.50 %)
(As of 07/29/2021 01:32 PM ET)
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Today's Range
$101.01
$102.50
50-Day Range
$95.71
$108.51
52-Week Range
$60.16
$109.17
Volume28,320 shs
Average Volume2.17 million shs
Market Capitalization$40.22 billion
P/E Ratio15.49
Dividend Yield4.58%
Beta1.69

Prudential Financial (NYSE:PRU) Dividend Information

Prudential Financial pays an annual dividend of $4.60 per share, with a dividend yield of 4.51%. PRU's most recent quarterly dividend payment was made to shareholders of record on Thursday, June 17. The company has grown its dividend for the last 1 consecutive years and is increasing its dividend by an average of 13.62% each year. Prudential Financial pays out 45.05% of its earnings out as a dividend.
PRU Most Recent Dividend6/17/2021
PRU Annual Dividend$4.60
PRU Dividend Yield4.51%
PRU Three Year Dividend Growth46.67%
PRU Payout Ratio45.05% (Trailing 12 Months of Earnings)
34.95% (Based on This Year's Estimates)
35.25% (Based on Next Year's Estimates)
38.89% (Based on Cash Flow)
PRU Dividend Track Record1 Years of Consecutive Dividend Growth
PRU Dividend FrequencyQuarterly Dividend
PRU Most Recent Increase$0.05 increase on 2/4/2021

Dividend Payments by Month (or Quarter)


Prudential Financial (NYSE:PRU) Dividend History by Quarter

AnnouncedPeriodAmountYieldEx-Dividend DateRecord DatePayable Date
5/11/2021quarterly$1.154.38%5/24/20215/25/20216/17/2021
2/4/2021Quarterly$1.155.74%2/12/20212/16/20213/11/2021
11/9/2020quarterly$1.105.99%11/23/202011/24/202012/17/2020
8/11/2020quarterly$1.106.22%8/24/20208/25/20209/17/2020
5/12/2020quarterly$1.108.11%5/22/20205/26/20206/18/2020
2/5/2020quarterly$1.104.6%2/14/20202/18/20203/12/2020
11/11/2019quarterly$1.004.34%11/25/201911/26/201912/12/2019
8/6/2019quarterly$1.004.64%8/19/20198/20/20199/12/2019
5/15/2019quarterly$1.004.07%5/24/20195/28/20196/20/2019
2/6/2019Quarterly$1.004.38%2/19/20192/20/20193/14/2019
11/13/2018quarterly$0.903.8%11/23/201811/26/201812/13/2018
8/7/2018quarterly$0.903.59%8/20/20188/21/20189/13/2018
5/8/2018quarterly$0.903.6%5/21/20185/22/20186/14/2018
2/7/2018quarterly$0.903.48%2/20/20182/21/20183/15/2018
11/14/2017quarterly$0.752.72%11/24/201711/27/201712/14/2017
8/8/2017quarterly$0.752.73%8/18/20178/22/20179/14/2017
5/9/2017quarterly$0.752.78%5/19/20175/23/20176/15/2017
2/8/2017quarterly$0.752.77%2/17/20172/22/20173/16/2017
11/8/2016quarterly$0.703.15%11/18/201611/22/201612/15/2016
8/9/2016quarterly$0.703.68%8/19/20168/23/20169/15/2016
5/10/2016quarterly$0.703.67%5/20/20165/24/20166/16/2016
2/9/2016quarterly$0.704.37%2/19/20162/23/20163/17/2016
11/10/2015quarterly$0.703.23%11/20/201511/24/201512/17/2015
8/11/2015quarterly$0.582.62%8/21/20158/25/20159/17/2015
5/12/2015quarterly$0.582.7%5/21/20155/26/20156/18/2015
2/10/2015quarterly$0.582.93%2/20/20152/24/20153/19/2015
11/11/2014quarterly$0.582.72%11/21/201411/25/201412/18/2014
8/12/2014quarterly$0.532.41%8/22/20148/26/20149/18/2014
5/13/2014quarterly$0.532.57%5/22/20145/27/20146/19/2014
2/11/2014quarterly$0.532.51%2/21/20142/25/20143/20/2014
11/12/2013quarterly$0.532.41%11/22/201311/26/201312/19/2013
8/15/2013quarterly$0.402.01%8/23/20138/27/20139/19/2013
5/14/2013quarterly$0.402.36%5/24/20135/29/20136/20/2013
2/12/2013quarterly$0.402.79%2/22/20132/26/20133/21/2013
(Data available from 1/1/2013 forward)
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Prudential Financial (NYSE:PRU) Dividend Frequently Asked Questions

What is Prudential Financial's dividend yield?

The current dividend yield for Prudential Financial (NYSE:PRU) is 4.50%. Learn more on PRU's dividend yield history

How much is Prudential Financial's annual dividend?

The annual dividend for Prudential Financial (NYSE:PRU) is $4.60. Learn more on PRU's dividend details

How often does Prudential Financial pay dividends?

Prudential Financial (NYSE:PRU) pays quarterly dividends to shareholders.

When was Prudential Financial's most recent dividend payment?

Prudential Financial's most recent quarterly dividend payment of $1.15 per share was made to shareholders on Thursday, June 17, 2021.

Is Prudential Financial's dividend growing?

Over the past three years, Prudential Financial's dividend has grown by 46.67%.

What track record does Prudential Financial have of raising its dividend?

Prudential Financial (NYSE:PRU) has increased its dividend for 1 year.

When did Prudential Financial last increase or decrease its dividend?

The most recent change in Prudential Financial's dividend was an increase of $0.05 on Thursday, February 4, 2021.

What is Prudential Financial's dividend payout ratio?

The dividend payout ratio for PRU is:
  • 45.05% based on the trailing year of earnings
  • 34.95% based on this year's estimates
  • 35.25% based on next year's estimates
  • 38.86% based on cash flow
This page was last updated on 7/29/2021 by MarketBeat.com Staff
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