Example sentences for: dividend

How can you use “dividend” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The average dividend for each claimant will amount to about $31,000, with some women eligible for up to $250,000 ( USA Today ) and $300,000 ( Los Angeles Times ). Nonetheless, as all the papers point out, studies have been inconclusive on the degree to which the implants are linked to sickness.

  • Crook and Gottlieb appear to have been convinced that real earnings growth only reflects retentions and that real dividend growth must be zero.

  • What we said explicitly was that the proper figure to use to measure the cash generated by a company was somewhere between the lower bound of the dividend that a firm pays and the upper bound of its official after-tax earnings.

  • It is the rate used to credit interest to the dividend fund, and against which experience is measured to determine the amount of the interest portion of dividends paid to individual policyholders.

  • The amount of intake varies from state to state--California and New York get about $25 billion each, while smaller states get just $1 billion--although exact amounts are not fully determined because the federal government, as a major contributor to states' Medicaid services, is wrangling for its fair share of the dividend.


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