This table allows you to know how fast ORAN’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||ORAN Rank||Technology Avg. Ranking||Notes|
|Relative Strength||Percent off 52-week high is slightly below Benchmark/Peers/Broader Market/Analyst Expectations.|
|Overall Yield Attractiveness||Yield is unsustainably high. Stock has the possibility of being a dividend trap.|
|Dividend Reliability||Payout ratio is higher than benchmark/peers/broader market/analyst expectations.|
|Dividend Uptrend||P/E ratio is at par or slightly below the average of benchmark/peers/broader market/analyst expectation.|
|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
|Payout Amount||Declared Date||Ex-Dividend Date||Record Date||Pay Date ▼||Qualified Dividend?||Payout Type||Frequency|
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Orange SA (ORAN), formerly France Telecom S.A., is a mobile telecommunications company. Orange was founded in 1990 and is based in Paris, France. It provides Europe with mobile operations, internet access, and telecommunication services. It is the largest telecommunications company in Europe, and the second largest in the world. The company was founded in 1988 after it was spun off from the French governmental. As an ADR (American Depository Receipt), shareholders may not have the same rights as shareholders in France. Orange has been paying dividends since 2009, and has been increasing them annually since 2012. Orange pays its dividends semi-annually.