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1. This page updates every week Saturday/Sunday during every quarterly results. Most of the Indian companies declare
a quarterly results in a year as follows,
January to March - Result in April/May
April to June - Result in July/August
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October to December - Result in January/February
2. The following table shows companies declared dividend 50% and above.
3. Announcement date - This is the date on which the board of directors announces to shareholders and the market as a whole that the company will pay a dividend.
4. Ex-Dividend date - On (or after) this date the stock trades without its dividend. If you buy a dividend paying stock one day before the ex-dividend you will still get the dividend, but if you buy on or after the ex-dividend date, you won't get the dividend. Conversely, if you want to sell a stock and still receive a dividend that has been declared you need to sell on (or after) the ex-dividend day. The ex-date is the second business day before the date of record.
5. Date of record - This is the date on which the company looks at its records to see who the shareholders of the company are. An investor must be listed as a holder of record to ensure the right of a dividend payout.
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