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Stock Symbol Company Name DARS™ Rating Ex-Div Date Div Payout Pay Date Qualified Dividend Stock Price Yield
GPS The Gap Inc. locked 2020-04-07 $0.2425 N/A Qualified $5.65 17.17%
DCF BNY Mellon Alcentra Global Credit Income 2024 Target Term Fund Inc locked 2020-04-07 $0.0540 2020-04-23 Unknown $6.08 10.64%
CVBF CVB Financial locked 2020-04-07 $0.1800 2020-04-22 Qualified $19.50 3.69%
IDCC InterDigital, Inc. locked 2020-04-07 $0.3500 2020-04-22 Qualified $42.65 3.28%
MMC Marsh & McLennan Corporation locked 2020-04-07 $0.4550 2020-05-15 Qualified $79.90 2.20%
ROP Roper Industries locked 2020-04-07 $0.5125 2020-04-22 Qualified $299.68 0.67%
BANR Banner Corp locked 2020-04-07 $0.4100 2020-04-17 Qualified $28.62 5.73%
NYT The New York Times Company locked 2020-04-07 $0.0600 2020-04-23 Qualified $28.63 0.83%

What are Ex-Dividend Dates?

Why do Ex-Dividend Dates Matter?

Date Dividend Date
July 5th Date of Declaration
August 5th Ex-Dividend Date
August 7th Date of Record
September 7th Payment Date

On the actual ex-dividend date, the stock will drop by the amount of the dividend, so if stock ABC is paying out a dividend or $0.30 per share, its stock price will generally fall by that amount. Note that depending on how the market moves on that particular day the latter point does not always hold. Recognizing that a stock is only down on a day because it is going ex-dividend is a good investing practice and will help you make better sense of the market [see also Everything Investors Need to Know About Ex-Dividend Dates].

The converse of this rule also holds true — if you sell a stock before the ex-dividend date, you will not receive the dividend, but if you sell on or after the ex-dividend date, you will.

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