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U.S. stocks' dividend hikes in Q2 slowed from Q1, rose Y/Y, S&P Dow Jones says

Jul. 07, 2022 9:49 AM ETBy: Liz Kiesche, SA News Editor1 Comment

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The increases in dividends on U.S. domestic common stocks exceeded dividend cuts by $17.6B in Q2 2022, S&P Dow Jones Indices said Thursday.

Indicated dividend net changes (increases minus decreases) for U.S. common stocks in the quarter moderated from an $18.2B increase

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My comment of a few days ago that I believed dividends were rising is confirmed. Unless you think all the boards are morons, you must consider this a positive sign for the US economy. Recession, nope, unless the Fed overreacts to inflation and passes an excessive hike in interest. 2.25% overall seems about right.
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