Every day, companies across the globe announce upcoming dividend payouts. You can find the complete list of dividend increases, decreases, initiations, suspensions, updates and regular dividend announcements for a given day in our Dividend Payout Changes and Announcements tool.
Check out which companies decreased dividends on October 24 here.
The following is a snapshot of seven U.S. Equities that saw a decrease in dividend last week. The latest regular payout is compared to the most recent regular payout to determine if there is a dividend decrease.
|Ticker||Security Type||Company||Previous Payout||Next Payout||Change *||Ex-Dividend Date|
|Computer Programs & Systems, Inc.||$0.30||$0.10||-66.67%||11/15/2017|
|Triangle Capital Corporation||$0.45||$0.30||-33.33%||12/05/2017|
|CBL & Associates Properties, Inc.||$0.27||$0.20||-24.53%||12/28/2017|
|Terra Nitrogen Company, L.P.||$1.60||$1.36||-15.00%||11/14/2017|
|Ellington Financial LLC||$0.45||$0.41||-8.89%||11/30/2017|
|CVR Refining LP||$1.01||$0.94||-6.93%||11/09/2017|
*Numbers under the “Previous Payout” and “Next Payout” columns are rounded off. The % change is calculated from the actual dividend payout announced, which may have decimal points.
Disclaimer: Dividends declared by ETFs/ETNs depend on the distribution made by the underlying securities. As a result, there can be significant fluctuation in the payout figures. It is advisable that investors should investigate the actual composition of these securities to get a better picture of the overall dividend distribution. You can browse ETFdb.com to get the relevant details about ETFs/ETNs.
Check out stocks that increased dividends last week here.
You can also find the major securities going ex-dividend this week here.
You also can find an updated list of companies that recently announced changes in their payout policies, along with their ex-dividend dates, in our Dividend Payout Changes and Announcements tool.
Stay up to date with the highest-yielding stocks and their latest ex-dividend dates on our High Dividend Stocks by Yield.