Looking at the universe of stocks we go over at Dividend Channel, on 12/14/20, Sonic Automotive, Inc. (Symbol: SAH), Viacomcbs Inc – Course A (Image: VIACA), and Planet Wrestling Leisure Inc (Symbol: WWE) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective impending dividends. Sonic Automotive, Inc. will spend its quarterly dividend of $.10 on 1/15/21, Viacomcbs Inc – Class A will pay out its quarterly dividend of $.24 on 1/4/21, and Environment Wrestling Leisure Inc will fork out its quarterly dividend of $.12 on 12/28/20.
As a share of SAH’s recent stock rate of $42.22, this dividend functions out to about .24%, so search for shares of Sonic Automotive, Inc. to trade .24% lower — all else becoming equivalent — when SAH shares open up for trading on 12/14/20. In the same way, investors must glimpse for VIACA to open .65% lessen in value and for WWE to open up .28% lower, all else getting equal.
Underneath are dividend historical past charts for SAH, VIACA, and WWE, demonstrating historic dividends prior to the most latest ones declared.
Sonic Automotive, Inc. (Symbol: SAH):
Viacomcbs Inc – Course A (Symbol: VIACA):
Planet Wrestling Enjoyment Inc (Image: WWE):
In normal, dividends are not generally predictable, adhering to the ups and downs of organization income over time. Thus, a superior very first thanks diligence action in forming an expectation of once-a-year produce going forward, is hunting at the heritage over, for a sense of steadiness about time. This can aid in judging no matter whether the most current dividends from these businesses are most likely to keep on. If they do go on, the present-day believed yields on annualized basis would be .95% for Sonic Automotive, Inc., 2.61% for Viacomcbs Inc – Class A, and 1.10% for Entire world Wrestling Entertainment Inc.
In Thursday trading, Sonic Automotive, Inc. shares are currently down about 2.5%, Viacomcbs Inc – Class A shares are off about 1.1%, and Environment Wrestling Leisure Inc shares are off about .7% on the day.
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