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SCRIP

Cardiology A clinical trial–Stanford Coronary Risk Intervention Project that studied the effect of intensive multiple risk factor reduction on M&M and prevention of new atherosclerotic lesions in Pts with moderate CAD. See Coronary artery disease.
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Keywords: Dividend Policy, Stock Prices, Karachi Stock Exchange, Non-Financial Firms
Main Street Capital Corporation (NYSE:MAIN) on Thursday disclosed a semi-annual supplemental cash dividend payment of USD0.275 per share in December 2017, which is in addition to its earlier declared regular monthly cash dividends of USD0.19 per share to be paid in each of December 2017 and January, February and March 2018.
Wenche Agerup, member of the board of directors, has been allocated 35 Dividend Shares in the Dividend Issue.
The board also declared dividends for the following Non-Cumulative First Preferred Shares, payable on and after May 24, 2016, to shareholders of record at the close of business on April 25, 2016.
Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE: RY) (TSX: RY) declared a CDN0.77 per common share quarterly dividend, payable on and after August 24, 2015, to common shareholders of record at the close of business on July 27, 2015.
Look at Apple, the most prominent stock that has recently jumped on the dividend bandwagon.
It has been observed that shareholders of companies are facing various problems with respect to receipt of cash dividend through dividend warrants.
A statement of SECP issued here Tuesday observed that shareholders of companies are facing various problems with respect to receipt of cash dividend through dividend warrants.
Tax shelter: So-called qualified dividends (the kind paid by most dividend stocks) are taxed no higher than 15% in 2010.
The Matthews China Dividend Fund will seek to invest in the equity and convertible securities of companies that are well-positioned to grow future dividends while providing an attractive dividend yield.
If certain conditions are satisfied (including owning 10% or more of the foreign corporation's voting stock), a domestic corporation receiving a dividend from a foreign corporation may claim an indirect FTC under Sec.
The plan must be approved by senior management (the president, CEO or a comparable official) before the dividend is paid, and must subsequently be approved by the board of directors or a similar body.