This table allows you to know how fast FOXA’s price was able to recover after paying out dividends in the past. As an Investor you can benefit from stocks that recover quickly by capturing the dividend payment without suffering stock price depreciation.
|Metric||FOXA Rank||Services Avg. Ranking||Notes|
|Relative Strength||Percent off 52-week high is considerably lower than Benchmark/Peers/Broader Market/Analyst Expectations.|
|Overall Yield Attractiveness||Yield is slightly below the Benchmark/Peers/Broader Market/Analyst Expectations, but has potential to rise.|
|Dividend Reliability||Payout ratio is lower than benchmark/peers/broader market/analyst expectations.|
|Dividend Uptrend||P/E ratio is slightly higher or lower than the average of benchmark/peers/broader market/analyst expectations.|
|Earnings Growth||Expected earnings growth is high. Stock displays charecteristics of being a growth stock more than an income stock.|
Last 5 Yrs
Last 3 Yrs
|6.3%||0.0%||No Payout Increase Last Year|
|Payout Amount||Declared Date||Ex-Dividend Date||Record Date||Pay Date ▼||Qualified Dividend?||Payout Type||Frequency|
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Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc (FOX) (formerly News Corporation) is a media company with cable, broadcast, film, pay television and satellite assets. The company is based in New York, NY. FOX is affected by changing consumer preferences, as consumers move away from traditional cable to internet-based sources. As well, FOX’s results are largely affected by its ability to maintain its affiliations and carriage arrangements with multiple cable networks. FOX has been paying dividends since 2013, and pays its dividends semi-annually.