Showing posts from December, 2022

Cibus Nordic Real Estate from Europe pays monthly dividends

Cibus Nordic Real Estate owns grocery properties in Scaninavia (image source: Cibus 2021 annual report) Swedish real estate company Cibus is the only listed stock in Europe that pays a monthly dividend to shareholders. The owner of real estate leased to grocery and discount store chains in Sweden, Finland and Denmark started paying a monthly dividend in 2020.

Franklin Resources dividend growth keeps slowing with a 3.4% hike for 2023

On December 13, 2022, Dividend Aristocrat Franklin Resources (trading symbol BEN) announced a 3.4% dividend hike to 30 cents per share. The investment management company has now increased its dividend 42 years in a row, but dividend growth is slowing with the smallest hike in many years.

Nucor raises dividend for 50th consecutive year in 2022

On December 14, 2022, Dividend Aristocrat Nucor (trading symbol NUE) declared a $0.51 per share quarterly dividend, up 2% from the previous dividend of $0.50 per share. This marks exactly 50 consecutive years of dividend growth for the steel company.

Pentair announces 4.8% dividend increase for 2023

On December 12, 2022, Dividend Aristocrat Pentair (trading symbol PNR) declared a new quarterly dividend of $0.22 per share. The year 2023 will mark the 47th consecutive year that Pentair has increased its dividend.

Ecolab declares 2022 dividend increase (+3.9%)

On December 8, 2022,  water, hygiene and infection prevention solutions and services provider Ecolab (trading symbol ECL) declared a 3.9% dividend hike to $0.53 quarterly per share. This marks 37 consecutive years of dividend growth for the  Dividend Aristocrat.   Ecolab has paid cash dividends on its common stock for 86 consecutive years.

ABM Industries raises dividend for 56th consecutive year in 2022

On December 5, 2022, integrated facility services provider ABM Industries (trading symbol ABM) declared a 12.8% dividend hike to $0.22 quarterly per share. This is the biggest dividend increase announced by ABM in more than a decade and marks 56 consecutive years of dividend growth.