By Malvika Gurung
Investing.com -- Shares of many companies, including major public sector heavyweights will trade ex-dividend on Friday, Aug 19.
A non-exhaustive list of companies going ex-dividend today includes:
- Bharat Petroleum (NS: BPCL ): Final dividend of Rs 6 apiece
- Sun Pharma (NS: SUN ): Final dividend of Rs 3 apiece
- Power Grid (NS: PGRD ): Final dividend of Rs 3 apiece
- Hindustan Aeronautics (NS: HIAE ): Final dividend of Rs 10 apiece
- Gujarat Gas (NS: GGAS ): Final dividend of Rs 2 apiece
- Natco Pharma (NS: NATP ): Interim dividend of Rs 3.5 apiece
- Chambal Fertilisers (NS: CHMB ): Final dividend of Rs 3 apiece
- Oriental Carbon & Chemicals (NS: ORCR ): Final dividend of Rs 7 apiece
- Marksans Pharma (NS: MARK ): Final dividend of Rs 0.25 apiece
The Maharatna oil marketing company Bharat Petroleum announced a final dividend of Rs 6/share at a face value of Rs 10 apiece for the financial year 2021-22, which is in addition to two interim dividends in the year.
August 23 has been fixed as the record date by the company to determine shareholders eligible for receiving the dividend benefit, and the final dividend is expected to be paid within 30 days from the date of its declaration at the PSU’s annual general meeting on Aug 29.
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