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Zimmerman's Research Guide



A dividend is money paid by a corporation to its shareholders out of corporate profits.

Public company dividends are generally announced in press releases and then reported on the business newswires. You can search back in a database of business news to find these articles.

For a better view of the big picture, public company dividends are reported in Moody's Annual Dividend Record, CCH's Capital Changes Reporter and Standard & Poor's Weekly Dividend Record.

You can also look up dividend information for a particular company on Factiva or Lexis (in the "Quotes" library).

For custom reports, you can contact the Center for Research in Securities Prices (Custom@crsp.ChicagoBooth.edu or 312-263-6400 select #5). Subscribers can search the database directly.

See Also
Stock Exchanges
Stock Prices
Stock Splits
Stock Swaps

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