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Weekly Dividend Report: Johnson & Johnson, Dell, Lowe’s, Qualcomm and more Share Quarterly payouts.

Weekly Dividend Report saw increased payouts from Johnson & Johnson and KB Home, declarations from Qualcomm and Ally Financial, and ex-dividend dates for Costco and Lowe’s upcoming dividend payments.

Dividend Increases

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

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
Dividend declared: April 16
New dividend amount: $1.24
Previous amount: $1.19
Increase: 4.2%

KB Home (KBH)
Dividend declared: April 18
New dividend amount: $0.25
Previous amount: $0.20
Increase: 25%

Interactive Brokers Group (IBKR)
Dividend declared: April 16
New dividend amount: $0.25
Previous amount: $0.10
Increase: 150%

Dividend Declarations

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

Ally Financial (ALLY)
Dividend declared: April 16
Dividend amount: $0.30

Qualcomm (QCOM)
Dividend declared: April 17
Dividend amount: $0.85

Sherwin Williams (SHW)
Dividend declared: April 17
Dividend amount: $0.175

ONEOK (OKE)
Dividend declared: April 18
Dividend amount: $0.99

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

Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL)
Ex-dividend date: April 22
Payout date: May 3

Stellantis (STLA)
Ex-dividend date: April 22
Payout date: April 30

Lowe’s (LOW)
Ex-dividend date: April 23
Payout date: May 8

Costco (COST)
Ex-dividend date: April 25
Payout date: May 10

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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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