6 Notable Stocks Going Ex-Dividend Next Week

Nov. 29, 2016 9:55 AM ET
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Ex-dividend dates are very important to dividend investors, since you must own a stock before the ex-dividend date to be entitled to its dividend.

For the first full week in December, there are several notable stocks going ex-dividend, giving investors plenty of opportunities to gain extra Christmas cash with dividend payouts.

Here are some of the biggest stock's going ex-dividend during the week of December 5-9 including WMT, BBY, DPS, KSS, GM.

Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) will go ex-dividend on Wednesday, December 7. The discount retailer currently pays a quarterly dividend of $0.50 and will pay its next dividend on January 3. It is.......

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