Chase's latest annual dividend of $1 per share was on Nov 29, 2021 (ex-date). The annualized dividend distribution of $1 per share represents a current dividend yield of 1.08%. The latest CCF payment of $1 marks a dividend growth of 25%.
CCF has a dividend yield of 1.08% which is lower than the Basic Materials sector, the industry and its peers average. In comparison with the Basic Materials sector average of 1.9%, Chase's dividend yield is 43% lower. Historically CCF's dividend yield has averaged at 0.8% in the last 5 years, which is lower than the current one.
Chase has a dividend history dating as far as 2000, but lately the company has recorded 20 consecutive years of dividend payments. Our records of CCF show that the company has distributed one annual dividend in the past year.
|Ex-date||Payment date||Declared on||Amount||Type|
|Nov 29, 2021||Dec 9, 2021||Nov 15, 2021||$1||normal|
|Nov 25, 2020||Dec 7, 2020||Nov 12, 2020||$0.8||normal|
|Nov 25, 2019||Dec 4, 2019||Nov 13, 2019||$0.8||normal|
|Nov 21, 2018||Dec 5, 2018||Nov 13, 2018||$0.8||normal|
|Nov 8, 2017||Dec 6, 2017||Oct 30, 2017||$0.8||normal|
|Nov 8, 2016||Dec 7, 2016||Nov 1, 2016||$0.7||normal|
CCF has a payout ratio of 21.2% which is lower than the Basic Materials sector, the industry and its peers average. If we compare it with the Basic Materials sector average of 25.8%, Chase's payout ratio is 18% lower.
Yes, Chase has paid one dividend in the last twelve months. CCF has been paying dividends since 2003.
CCF has announced its next dividend with ex-date Nov 29, 2022.
Chase's last regular dividend was on Nov 29, 2021 (ex-date) with the amount of $1 per share.
On an annual basis CCF pays $1 per share.
Currently Chase's dividend yield is 1.08%.
Chase typically pays one dividend per year.
Chase's dividend payout ratio is 21.2%.
Chase's dividend yield is lower than the Basic Materials sector average.