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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Dividend Changes: June 13-19, 2020

This weekly article series covers dividend changes. A summary table provides relevant data and key statistics of dividend increases.
The article includes a section listing dividend cuts and suspensions. It also includes a table of ex-dividend dates for the next two weeks and highlights an interesting candidate for your consideration.

We now monitor dividend change announcements for stocks listed in Dividend Radar, a weekly auto-generated spreadsheet of stocks with dividend streaks of five years or more. Dividend Radar provides up-to-date fundamentals and added value data, including total trailing returns, a fair value indicator, and trailing dividend growth rates.

This past week, three companies in the Dividend Radar list declared dividend increases, while one company cut its dividend.

The top increase this week is from Shoe Carnival, Inc (SCVL), a company that operates as a family footwear retailer in the 35 states in the USA as well as in Puerto Rico. SCVK announced a 6% increase and now yields 1.38% at $26.16 per share.

To see details of the dividend changes of stocks in the Dividend Radar list, please read this article at Seeking Alpha, which I co-produced with James Marino Sr of Portfolio Insight.

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