Stocks Going Ex-Dividend On January 16, 2020 - TON, CMCL, CCT, FLK and DWHT

  • Jan 16, 2020 GMT
  • Team Kalkine
Stocks Going Ex-Dividend On January 16, 2020 - TON, CMCL, CCT, FLK and DWHT

Ex-Dividend

Ex-dividend illustrates a share which is dealing without the benefit of the subsequent dividend payment. The Ex-date is the day on which the stock begins trading without its upcoming dividend payment. Before the record date, the ex-dividend date for a share is one business day before, which shows that a shareholder who purchases the stock on its ex-dividend date or later will not qualify for the declared dividend, while the dividend payment will be made to the investors who had held the stock the day prior to the ex-dividend date. If Investors investing strategy is focus on income, marking the ex-date will boost investors planning.

We are discussing here 5 stocks going ex-dividend on January 16th, 2020

Titon Holdings Plc

Titon Holdings Plc (LON: TON) is the United Kingdom-based provider of window and door hardware and ventilation systems. The company was established in the year 1972, and it has over 230 headcounts, which consist of 190 people in the United Kingdom and 43 people in South Korea.

The company’s shares turned ex-dividend as on January 16th, 2020. On 12th December 2019, the company confirmed the final dividend of 3.0 pence per share, which will be paid on 21st February 2020 to shareholders.

At the time of writing, on 16th January 2020 as at 10:38 AM GMT, the share price of TON was trading at GBX 130.0 per share on the London Stock Exchange, unchanged from the previous day’s closing price. The company’s market capitalisation stood at £14.41 million at the time of writing. The free float and stock outstanding of TON were reported at 5.40 million and 11.08 million respectively. The Beta of the TON has been reported to be at a value of -0.054; it indicates that the movement in the price of the stock of the company is inversely related, as opposed to the movement of the comparative benchmark index in the previous one year.

Caledonia Mining Corporation Plc

Caledonia Mining Corporation Plc (LON: CMCL) is a Southern Africa focused company, engaged in exploration and mining. Its share is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (CMCL), Toronto Stock Exchange (CAL) and the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Management. It is the leading international manufacturer and supplier of the industry with a reputation for exceptional concentrations of client service excellence and products.

The company’s shares turned ex-dividend as on January 16th, 2020. On 3rd December 2019, the company announced that the Board of Directors confirmed an improved quarterly dividend of US$0.075 on the company's common shares.

At the time of writing, on 16th January 2020 as at 12:43 GMT, the share price of CMCL was trading at GBX 653.00 per share on the London Stock Exchange, a decline of 1.06 per cent or GBX 7.00 from the previous day’s closing price of GBX 660.0 per share. The company’s market capitalisation stood at £70.95 million at the time of writing. The Beta of the CMCL has been reported to be at a value of 0.98; it indicates that the volatility in the price of the stock of the company has been almost similar to the comparative benchmark index in the previous one year.

Character Group Plc

Character Group Plc (LON: CCT) is into the design, creation and global supply of giftware, games and toys. The company has its offices in London, China, Hong Kong and Manchester. It has around 200 employees. The company produces and designs toys based on digital characters, television and film and delivers these products to the customers in the United Kingdom and overseas.

The company’s shares turned ex-dividend as on January 16th, 2020. On 4th December 2019, the company reported the final dividend of 26.0 p, 1.66 times of underlying annual earnings. The final dividend will be paid on January 31, 2020 to members on the register as at the close of business on 17th January 2020.

At the time of writing, on 16th January 2020 as at 11:01 AM GMT, the share price of CCT was trading at GBX 384.0 per share on the London Stock Exchange, a decline of 3.27 per cent or GBX 13.0 from the previous day’s closing price of GBX 397.0 per share. The company’s market capitalisation stood at £84.88 million at the time of writing. The free float and stock outstanding of the CCT were reported at 14.31 million and 21.38 million. The Beta of the CCT has been reported to be at a value of 0.11; it indicates that the volatility in the price of the stock of the company has been low, as opposed to the movement of the comparative benchmark index in the previous one year.

Fletcher King Plc

Fletcher King Plc (LON: FLK) provides guidance on Property Management, Asset Management, Development & Refurbishment, Capital Market Transactions, Valuations and Rating across the United Kingdom. The company’s aim is to handle each client’s property with research skills to minimise risk & maximise Return on Investment.

On 20th December 2019, the company’s directors announced an interim dividend of 1.0 pence per same as that of the year 2018 to be paid on 14th February 2020 to shareholders on the register at the close of business on 17th January 2020.

At the time of writing, on 16th January 2020, the share price of FLK was trading at GBX 43.50 per share on the London Stock Exchange, unchanged as of the previous day’s closing price. The company’s market capitalisation stood at £4.01 million at the time of writing. The free float and stock outstanding of the FLK were reported at 3.00 million and 9.21 million. The Beta of the TON has been reported to be at a value of 0.11; it indicates that the movement in the price of the stock of the company has been low, as opposed to the movement of the comparative benchmark index in the previous one year.

Dewhurst Plc

Dewhurst Plc (LON: DWHT) is an autonomous international dealer of quality components of transport, lift and keypad industries. The company's geographical business segments include the United Kingdom, Asia & Australia, the Americas, Europe and Other countries.

The company’s shares turned ex-dividend as on January 16th, 2020. On 10th December 2019 report of the company, a final dividend was announced on the ordinary and non-voting ordinary shares of 9.25 pence per share, which was 9.00 pence in the year 2018, the dividend will be paid on 26th February 2020 to members on the register at 17th January 2020.

At the time of writing, on 16th January 2020, the share price of DWHT was trading at GBX 1000.0 per share on the London Stock Exchange, unchanged as of the previous day’s closing price. The company’s market capitalisation stood at £74.40 million at the time of writing. The free float and stock outstanding of the DWHT were reported at 3.81 million and 8.41 million. The Beta of DWHT has been reported to be at a value of 0.25; it indicates that the volatility in the price of the stock of the company has been low, as opposed to the movement of the comparative benchmark index in the previous one year.

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