AIB Acquisition
(NASDAQ:AIB)
$11.69
-0.02[-0.17%]
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AIB Acquisition Stock (NASDAQ:AIB), Dividends

AIB Acquisition issues dividends to shareholders from excess cash AIB Acquisition generates. Most companies pay dividends on a quarterly basis, but dividends may also be paid monthly, annually or at irregular intervals.

Last Dividend
Jul 1, 2017

Dividends for AIB Acquisition

Ex-Date
ticker
Company
Payments per year
Dividend
Yield
Announced
Record
Payable
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06/29/2017AIB
Apollo Investment Corporation 6.625% Senior Notes due 2042
4$0.416.51%06/09/201707/01/201707/17/2017Get Alert
03/30/2015AIB
Apollo Investment Corporation 6.625% Senior Notes due 2042
4$0.4103/09/201504/01/201504/15/2015Get Alert

FAQ

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When does AIB Acquisition (AIB) pay its next dividend?

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There are no upcoming dividends for AIB Acquisition. The last dividend paid out to investors was $0.41 on July 17, 2017.

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What date did I need to own AIB Acquisition (AIB) stock to get the latest dividend?

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There are no upcoming dividends for AIB Acquisition (AIB). The last dividend payout was on July 17, 2017 and was $0.41.

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How much per share is the next AIB Acquisition (AIB) dividend?

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There are no upcoming dividends for AIB Acquisition (AIB). The last dividend paid out to investors was $0.41 on July 17, 2017.

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What is the dividend yield for AIB Acquisition (NASDAQ:AIB)?

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AIB Acquisition has no upcoming dividends reported. The last reported dividend for AIB Acquisition (AIB) was $0.41 and was paid out on July 17, 2017.

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What was the announcement date for the next AIB Acquisition (AIB) dividend?

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There are no upcoming dividends announced for AIB Acquisition. The last dividend was announced on June 9, 2017.

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Why is AIB Acquisition (AIB) dividend considered low?

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There is not enough data to provide an evaluation.

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Is AIB Acquisition (AIB) a good dividend?

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There is not enough data to provide an evaluation.

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Is the AIB Acquisition (AIB) dividend sustainable?

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There is not enough data to provide an evaluation.

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