Complete List of Dividends Declared on NSE in 2020

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By Modupe Gbadeyanka

The payment of a dividend is a way companies reward their shareholders, who can also be described as investors. The payment of his cash reward is what many look forward to.

In the year 2020, some companies have announced the payment of dividends to their shareholders (final and interim), while others have chosen to given bonus shares.

A final dividend is the cash reward paid to investors at the end of the company’s financial year, while the interim dividend is the one paid after six months of the accounting year.

In a list released by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) recently, the names of companies which have declared dividends were mentioned alongside other details.

The list is presented below for your perusal.

Full list of 2020 Dividend

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