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Dividend Growth Team

Darlène Babou, London School of Economics

Bobby Han, London School of Economics

Daniel Seelam, Kings College London

Usman Arif, Kings College London

Zhaoji Xu, London School of Economics

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How has P&G consistently paid out dividends for the last 65 years?

P&G History and Background Information Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) is a multinational consumer goods corporation, incorporating 65 companies such as Oral-B, Pampers and Tide. Originally founded in 1837 as a soap and candle company, P&G is now one of the world’s largest companies, currently trading at $142.64 a share on the NYSE (as of …

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Can Coca-Cola retain its title as a Dividend King?

Key Terms Explained Dividend King: A Dividend King is a publicly traded company that has increased its shareholder dividends every year for at least the past 50 years. Dividend Payout Ratio: The dividend payout ratio is the ratio of the total amount of dividends paid out to shareholders relative to the net income of the …

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Is AT&T really a Dividend Aristocrat?

A brief overview of AT&T’s history and line of business AT&T was initially founded as the Bell Telephone Company by Alexander Graham Bell in 1877 and over few decades, the company would begin to develop and eventually became the American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T) in 1983. Since then, AT&T has become the gigantic conglomerate …

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Why People Lose Money Trying to Invest in Dividends

Introduction to Dividend Stocks Companies that pay out a portion of their profits to a class of shareholders regularly are dividend stocks. This distribution from the company to its shareholders is known as dividend payments and can be paid out in the form of cash or extra stocks. Companies that carry this out are generally …

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