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General Electric Company Sees a 50% Decrease in Dividend

Anish Sharma Dec 12, 2017


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 December 5 here.

The following is a snapshot of three closed end funds, one U.S. equity and one ADR 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.


*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 . 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.


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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.

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