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Dividend Amounts for Stocks in the S&P 500

Updated: Monday, Apr-24-2017
9:30pm ET
Notes about the following table of dividend amounts.
  • Knowledge about dividends is important for index arbitrage because the fair value premium and the related buy and sell program levels are a function of the interest that would be earned on an amount equal to the spot index minus the amount of dividends earned. The time period for these interest and dividend earnings is from the current date to the expiration of the associated future. The dividends have to be adjusted by the index's divisor and, if the index is capitalization weighted, the dividends must also be weighted by the appropriate capitalization factor. The table below shows just the per share dividend amount.
  • Specifically, the estimated dividend amount for each stock below is our best estimate of the aggregate per share dividends that will be paid during the period beginning on Apr-25-2017 and ending on the expiration date of the future identified in the column heading.
  • Most companies pay dividends on a quarterly frequency; a few pay annually or semi-annually. The amount, timing, and growth of each dividend is forecasted from several years of dividend history, provided, of course, that the company has an established track record. Otherwise, the most recent (perceived) dividend policy is extended.
  • Internal values have a precision of at least twelve decimal places. Displayed values, however, are rounded to four decimal places.

 
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Dividend Amounts (per share) for ten S&P 500 Stocks by Active Futures.
[Futures expiration date shown in brackets.]

S&P 500 Stocks JUN 2017
[06-16-17]
SEP 2017
[09-15-17]
DEC 2017
[12-15-17]
3M1.17502.35003.5250
Abbott Labs-    0.26500.5300
AbbVie-    0.64001.2800
Accenture-    -    1.3200
Acuity Brands-    0.13000.2600
Advance Auto Parts-    0.06000.1200
AES0.12000.24000.3600
Aetna-    0.50001.0000
Affiliated Managers Group0.20000.40000.6000
AFLAC0.43000.86001.3200


 
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