property dividend

What you need to know about Property Dividends

Most stock investors are now already familiar with the two basic forms of dividends: cash and stock. 

Obviously, cash dividends are distribution of a company’s income to stockholders in the form of cash. When announced, the cash dividend is usually stated in peso or dollar amount (for example, PhP 5.00 cash dividend for every share of X company). To compute for the total amount of dividends the stockholder is entitled to receive, one simply has to multiply the amount of dividend per share by the total number of shares owned by the stockholder.

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Yehey IPO: Stock rises 170% on first trading day

Investors of financial holdings firm Vantage Equities (PSE stock code: V) who received shares of Yehey! Corporation as property dividends in 2007 have a genuine reason to rejoice, now that shares of Yehey! Corp. are being traded on the Philippine Stock Exchange.

Yesterday, October 18, digital marketing company YEHEY debuted on the PSE and its stock price registered a 170% increase from its initial listing price of P1.00 to close at P2.70.

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