The date on which a firm announces a future dividend payment.
The date on which a company's directors meet to announce the date and amount of the next dividend payment. Once the payment has been authorized, it is called a declared dividend. also called announcement date. see also distribution period, record date.
The date the board of directors declares that a dividend will be paid to stock- holders of record.
Day when a fund's directors announce that dividends will be paid.
The date the board of directors of a company or mutual fund announces the amount and date of its next dividend payment.
The date on which the board of directors of a corporation declares a dividend on the corporation's stock. On this date an accounting entry is made to debit Retained Earnings and to credit Dividends Payable. To Top
Also called an announcement date, the date on which a company's board of directors meet to announce the date and amount of the next dividend.
The declaration date is the date that a company will announce the date and the amount of its next dividend. Many investors who invest for dividends will want to pay close attention to this date.
The date in which a company's directors meet to determine the amount and date of the next dividend.
The Declaration Date is the day on which the company announces to the public that it will pay a dividend. ( see example)
The date on which the buyer's right to exercise his option (qv) expires if not declared.
The date on which a firm's directors issue a statement declaring a dividend.
The declaration date is the day the Board of Directorâ€™s announces their intention to pay a dividend. On this day, the company creates a liability on its books; it now owes the money to the stockholders. On the declaration date, the Board will also announce a date of record and a payment date. Dividends must be declared (i.e., approved) by a companyâ€™s Board of Directors each time they are paid. There are four important dates to remember regarding dividends.
The date on which a company or fund announce the amount and payment date of the next quarterly dividend.
The date on which the Board of Directors "declares" an annual meeting record and meeting date, or a dividend record and payable date.
The day that the board of directors announces a dividend, the dividend amount and when it will be paid to common stock shareholders.
The day a company announces how much per share it will pay in dividends for that specific period.
Date when a fund's Board of Directors decides to pay a dividend or capital gain to shareholders.
The date on which a company's board of directors sets the amount of the next quarterly dividend. Typically it is many weeks in advance of the actual payout date.
Date of next dividend date announcement.
The date on which a firm's directors meet and announce the date and amount of the next dividend.
A specified date that the board of directors of a corporation declares and authorizes a dividend payment. At this time, the dividend becomes a corporate obligation. See: Dividend
The date on which a corporation's board of directors formally decides to pay a dividend to shareholders.
Date on which the board of directors announces the intention to pay a dividend, the declaration creating a liability for the corporation
The date in which a company’s directors get together and determine the amount and date of the next dividend.
See Expiration Date.