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10 Notable Stocks Trading Ex-Dividend Tuesday, August 30

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It’s critical to know whether a stock you plan on buying has an ex-dividend status, because in case it does, the dividend would be paid out to the seller. The person who owns the stock on the ex-dividend date will be awarded the payment, which means that you’ll have to wait for the next dividend cycle to receive your first dividend payout from the company.

On the other hand, share prices typically decline just after the ex-dividend date is declared, and usually by an amount equal to the expected dividend. So, this may give you the opportunity to identify a good entry point. If you’re planning on selling shares on or after the ex-dividend date, you'll receive the dividend payout from the company.

Here is the list of stocks going ex-dividend on Tuesday.

  • Connecticut Water Service Inc (NASDAQ: CTWS) - $0.2825 dividend, 2.2723 percent yield
  • Home Depot Inc (NYSE: HD) - $0.6900 dividend, 2.0475 percent yield
  • Kellogg Company (NYSE: K) - $0.5200 dividend, 2.5431 percent yield
  • The Valspar Corp (NYSE: VAL) - $0.3300 dividend, 1.2524 percent yield
  • Group 1 Automotive, Inc. (NYSE: GPI) - $0.2300 dividend, 1.5290 percent yield
  • Wendys Co (NASDAQ: WEN) - $0.0600 dividend, 2.5263 percent yield
  • M&T Bank Corporation (NYSE: MTB) - $0.7000 dividend, 2.3856 percent yield
  • ITC Holdings Corp. (NYSE: ITC) - $0.2155 dividend, 1.8462 percent yield
  • Interpublic Group of Companies Inc (NYSE: IPG) - $0.1500 dividend, 2.6502 percent yield
  • F.N.B. Corp (NYSE: FNB) - $0.1200 dividend, 3.9312 percent yield

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