This Stock Has Declared An Interim Dividend Of 700%

What Is an Interim Dividend?

An interim dividend is a dividend payment made before a company's annual general meeting (AGM) and the release of final financial statements.

This declared dividend usually accompanies the company's interim financial statements.

The interim dividend is issued more frequently in the United Kingdom where dividends are often paid semi-annually.

The interim dividend is typically the smaller of the two payments made to shareholders.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

– An interim dividend is typically one of two dividends given out by a company that is providing shareholders with income on a semi-annual basis.

– The interim dividend is usually paid out ahead of a firm's annual general meeting and the release of the final version of its financial statements.

– Final dividends are paid out after the release of the final version of a company's financial statements.

– As a result, final dividends are paid from current earnings, and interim dividends are paid from retained earnings.

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