Nominal dividend to hold the category of 14 companies

Sharebarta24.com, Dhaka: The board of directors of 14 listed companies is announcing nominal dividend to the shareholders. Even though the companies are doing business with the money of the investors, they are giving peace to the investors by declaring dividend at the end of the year. But it is better to keep money in the bank than to get a good profit.

Far Chemical: The company has decided to pay a cash dividend of 1 percent to investors. That means you can get it for 10 paise per share. The company has turned a loss from the previous year’s profit. From July 2020 to last June, the loss per share was 16 paise. At the same time last year, the profit was 33 paise.

Golden Harvest: The food company has declared a final dividend of 3 per cent, or 30 paise per share. Earlier, an interim dividend of 2 per cent or 20 paise was paid. All in all, the dividend is 50 paise. The company has lost 72 paise per share this time. Last year, the loss was 85 paise per share.

Pacific Denim: The company has also cut dividends after halving its revenue. The company, which had paid a cash dividend of 10 per cent in the previous year, has decided to pay 10 paise per share and 1 per cent bonus for the financial year ended June 30, i.e. one share per 100 shares. From July 2020 to last June, PDL’s earnings per share has been 22 paise. At the same time last year, the income was 49 paise.

Olympic Accessories: The company made a loss for the second year in a row. Although no dividend was paid last year, a 1 percent cash dividend has been declared for investors this time. That means 10 paise per share will be given. From July 2020 to last June, the company’s loss per share was slightly lower than the previous year. At this time the loss was 33 paise. The loss at the same time last year was 52 paise.

Mozaffar Hossain Spinning: Although it was profitable till the third quarter, Mozaffar Hossain Spinning Mills lost at the end of the financial year due to bad fourth quarter. However, the company has decided not to disappoint investors completely. It has decided to pay a dividend of 3 per cent in cash, i.e. 30 paise per share from the reserves. From July 2020 to last June, the company has lost 52 paise per share. At the same time last year, the loss was 1 taka 19 paise.

BD Autocar: The company has decided to pay a 4 percent cash dividend to investors this time. That means you can get 40 paisa per share. From July 2020 to last June, the company was able to earn 37 paise per share. Earnings per share at the same time last year was 34 paise.

Simtex: The textile company has decided to pay a 4 percent cash dividend. That means you can get 40 paisa per share. From July 2020 to last June, the company was able to earn 92 paise per share. Earnings per share at the same time last year was 56 paise.

Advent Pharma: The income of a company is very low. However, the company has halved the dividend. After reviewing the financial statements of the financial year ended June 30, 4 percent dividend has been declared to the investors. Half of this, i.e. 20 paise per share will be given in cash and 2 per cent, i.e. two shares will be given for every 100 shares. From July 2020 to last June, the company’s earnings per share was 1 24 paise. At the same time last year, the company’s income was 1 26 paise.

Global Heavy Chemicals: The company has announced a 5 percent cash dividend for the last two consecutive years, increasing its revenue slightly compared to the previous year. That means 50 paise per share will be given. From July 2020 to last June, the company’s earnings per share was 34 paise. At the same time last year, the income was 25 paise.

Information Technology: The company has increased its revenue as compared to the previous year but has reduced its dividend. Last year, the earnings per share was 1 17 paise. From there, the earnings per share increased by 36 paise, but the dividend was 5 percent or 50 paise per share. Last year, the company paid a 5 percent cash dividend as well as a 5 percent bonus dividend.

SK Trims: This company has also decided to pay 5 percent cash dividend. That means investors will get 50 paise per share. Last year, the company paid a dividend of 15 per cent, or Rs 1.5 per share. The company’s revenue has declined. From July 2020 to last June, the company’s earnings per share was 1 14 paise. At the same time last year, the income was 1 rupees 72 paise.

Desh Garments: This textile company has also decided to pay 5 percent cash dividend. That means investors will get 50 paise per share. The company’s revenue has declined. From July 2020 to last June, the company’s earnings per share has been 40 paise. At the same time last year, the income was 42 paise.

SAFCO Spinning: Coming out of losses, the company has been able to declare 5 percent dividend this time. That means investors will get 50 paise per share. From July 2020 to last June, the company earned 23 paise per share. Last year, the loss per share was 5 rupees 69 paise.

Shepherd Industries: The company has declared a 5 percent dividend on both cash and bonus. Of this, 25 paise per share will be given in cash, and 5 bonus will be given for every 200 shares. The company declared a dividend but made a loss this time. From July 2020 to last June, the loss per share was 1 taka 3 paise. The loss at the same time last year was 15 paise.


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