extraordinary dividend

Definition of "extraordinary dividend"
  1. A special distribution provided to shareholders that surpasses the usual payout, typically due to unexpected profits or a sudden rise in revenue
How to use "extraordinary dividend" in a sentence
  1. The company's announcement of an extraordinary dividend comes after its substantial increase in quarterly earnings.
  2. The shareholders were pleasantly surprised when they received an extraordinary dividend because of the unexpected rise in the company's profits.
  3. Investors can sometimes benefit from an extraordinary dividend when a company experiences a noteworthy increase in revenue.

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