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Weekly Dividend Report: Citigroup, Mastercard, AT&T, PNC Financial, and other Share Quarterly Returns.

Weekly Dividend Report

This week’s dividend activity saw increased payouts from Phillips 66 and Bank OZK, declarations from PNC Financial and Citigroup, and ex-dividend dates for Mastercard and AT&T. The breakdown includes highlights from this week and upcoming dividend activity.

Dividend Increases

Here are some companies that have announced a dividend increase in the past week:

Watsco (WSO)

Dividend declared: April 1
New dividend amount: $2.7
Previous amount: $2.45
Increase: 10.2%

Bank OZK (OZK)


Dividend declared: April 1
New dividend amount: $0.39
Previous amount: $0.38
Increase: 2.6%

Phillips 66 (PSX)


Dividend declared: April 3
New dividend amount: $1.15
Previous amount: $1.05
Increase: 9.5%

Dividend Declarations

Here are some companies that have announced a dividend in the past week:

Alamo (ALG)
Dividend declared: April 1
Dividend amount: $0.26

Automatic Data Processing (ADP)
Dividend declared: April 3
Dividend amount: $1.40

PNC Financial (PNC)
Dividend declared: April 3
Dividend amount: $1.55

Citigroup (C)
Dividend declared: April 3
Dividend amount: $0.53


Upcoming Dividend Calendar


Here are some companies that have an ex-dividend date coming next week:

Mastercard (MA)
Ex-dividend date: April 8
Payout date: May 9

AT&T (T)
Ex-dividend date: April 9
Payout date: May 1

Gap (GPS)
Ex-dividend date: April 9
Payout date: May 1

AbbVie (ABBV)
Ex-dividend date: April 12
Payout date: May 15

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Domestic markets experienced volatility in the week ending March 15 due to a selloff in mid- and small-cap pockets due to concerns of frothy valuations.

Analysts predict that the US Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision, macro-data, and more stress test results from mutual fund houses will keep markets on tenterhooks in the coming week.

Frontline indices Sensex and Nifty declined by 2% each, while broader markets BSE Smallcap and BSE Midcap slipped up to 6%. All sectors traded in the red, except IT and Consumer goods, with the maximum fall seen in Oil & Gas, Construction, and Media.

The market is expected to react to the US Federal Reserve, Bank of England, and Bank of Japan’s interest rate decisions, as well as important macro-economic data and S&P Global manufacturing and services PMIs of India, UK, and the US.

Domestic markets experienced volatility in the week ending March 15 due to a selloff in mid- and small-cap pockets due to concerns of frothy valuations.

Analysts predict that the US Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision, macro-data, and more stress test results from mutual fund houses will keep markets on tenterhooks in the coming week.

Frontline indices Sensex and Nifty declined by 2% each, while broader markets BSE Smallcap and BSE Midcap slipped up to 6%. All sectors traded in the red, except IT and Consumer goods, with the maximum fall seen in Oil & Gas, Construction, and Media.

The market is expected to react to the US Federal Reserve, Bank of England, and Bank of Japan’s interest rate decisions, as well as important macro-economic data and S&P Global manufacturing and services PMIs of India, UK, and the US.

Domestic markets experienced volatility in the week ending March 15 due to a selloff in mid- and small-cap pockets due to concerns of frothy valuations.

Analysts predict that the US Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision, macro-data, and more stress test results from mutual fund houses will keep markets on tenterhooks in the coming week.

Frontline indices Sensex and Nifty declined by 2% each, while broader markets BSE Smallcap and BSE Midcap slipped up to 6%. All sectors traded in the red, except IT and Consumer goods, with the maximum fall seen in Oil & Gas, Construction, and Media.

The market is expected to react to the US Federal Reserve, Bank of England, and Bank of Japan’s interest rate decisions, as well as important macro-economic data and S&P Global manufacturing and services PMIs of India, UK, and the US.

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