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Dividends By The Numbers In July 2020

Published Wed, 05 Aug 2020 08:24:56 -0400 on Seeking Alpha

Seeking AlphaToday's Market | Market OutlookDividends By The Numbers In July 2020Aug. 5, 2020 8:24 AM ET|| Includes: AB, AHH, ALTA, BPFH, BSET, BX, COF, CRT, CVLY, DMLP, FCNCP, GWB, HAFC, KRP, MAC, MCBS, MLLGF, MMLP, MRTN, MSB, MVO, PER, PVL, RSF, SAR, SJT, SPH, VNO, WFC, WYNDby: Ironman at Political CalculationsIronman at Political Calculations Analyst, long onlyPolitical Calculations.cls-1{fill:#024999;}SummaryJuly 2020 saw significant improvements for dividend-paying firms in the U.S. stock market.
There are also signs that the coronavirus-related distress within the U.S. economy is continuing, which can be seen by the depressed number of firms announcing dividend increases.
2020-Q3 is seeing elevated levels of dividend cuts and omissions than what was recorded in the third quarter of the three previous years, when the U.S. economy was relatively healthier.
After four months of the coronavirus recession, July 2020 saw significant improvements for dividend-paying firms in the U.S. stock market.
That improvement can be summarized in our chart visualizing the combined total of dividend cuts and suspensions from January 2004 through July 2020, where we find that figure has dropped below levels that have been consistent with what we've observed in previous periods associated with recessionary conditions being present in the U.S. economy.

There are also signs that the coronavirus-related distress within the U.S. economy is continuing, which can be seen in our chart showing the number of U.S. firms either increasing or decreasing their dividends in each month from January 2004 through July 2020. That ongoing distress can be seen by the depressed number of firms announcing dividend increases, which for July 2020, are at levels that are consistent with what was observed during the so-called "Great Recession".

Let's run through the U.S stock market's dividend metadata for the month of July 2020:
3,223 U.S. firms declared dividends in July 2020, a... Read more

Stock name Last trade   P/E Earnings/Share Dividend/Share Dividend yield
MARTIN MIDSTREAM PARTNERS 4.19   0.0 0.00 1.00 24.39
SANDRIDGE PERMIAN TRUST 1.59   3.8 0.42 0.36 22.39
MV OIL TRUST 7.55   5.5 1.38 1.22 15.76
SAN JUAN BASIN ROYALTY TRUST 2.27   0.0 0.00 0.31 13.43
DORCHESTER MINERALS L.P. 18.18   11.4 1.59 2.06 11.48
SUBURBAN PROPANE PARTNERS 23.78   21.8 1.09 2.40 10.31
MACERICH 33.33   43.9 0.76 3.00 8.91
CROSS TIMBERS ROYALTY TRUST 9.49   7.9 1.20 0.86 8.61
SARATOGA INVESTMENT 24.98   8.4 2.97 2.24 8.59
ALLIANCEBERNSTEIN HOLDING LP 29.98   12.8 2.34 2.24 7.66
HANMI FINANCIAL 19.02   10.4 1.83 0.96 5.16
ARMADA HOFFLER PROPERTIES 18.04   53.1 0.34 0.84 4.75
WELLS FARGO 48.65   10.0 4.84 2.04 4.22
BOSTON PRIVATE FINANCIAL 12.07   11.1 1.09 0.48 4.15
VORNADO REALTY TRUST 64.13   4.3 15.04 2.64 4.15
BLACKSTONE GROUP LP 52.24   29.4 1.78 1.92 3.87
BASSETT FURNITURE INDUSTRIES 14.69   26.2 0.56 0.50 3.77
MESABI TRUST 24.73   7.3 3.37 0.84 3.57
CODORUS VALLEY BANCORP 24.40   0.0 0.00 0.64 2.77
CAPITAL ONE FINANCIAL 92.91   8.0 11.57 1.60 1.74
MARTEN TRANSPORT 22.10   20.1 1.10 0.12 0.56

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