Royalty Pharma, Daily life Storage, and
Viatris, among the other businesses, rang in 2022 by asserting dividend raises this week.
Royalty Pharma (ticker: RPRX) declared a quarterly dividend of 19 cents a share, up 12% from 17 cents. The stock, which yields 1.7%, experienced a 1-year return of close to minus 18%, dividends included, as of the shut on Thursday. That compares with a 27% return for the
Lifestyle Storage (LSI), a true estate financial commitment believe in, claimed it designs to raise its quarterly disbursement by 16% to $1 a share from 86 cents. That equates to an annualized dividend of $4 a share.
The inventory, whose one-12 months return is about 95%, yields 2.8%. The business owns and manages self-storage houses.
Viatris (VTRS), a international health care company, reported it would enhance its quarterly payout by a penny to 12 cents a share, for a 9% raise from 11 cents. The stock, which yields 3.3%, has a a single-year return of about minus 20%.
Alamo Group (ALG), whose products and solutions include street sweepers and vacuum trucks, declared a quarterly dividend of 18 cents a share, up from 14 cents. That is an improve of almost 30%.
The stock, which yields .5%, has a one-12 months return of about 6%.
Financial institution OZK (OZK) declared a quarterly dividend of 30 cents a share, up by a penny or about 3.5%. The organization is based mostly in Minimal Rock, Ark.
The stock, which yields 2.4%, has a a person-yr return of about 50%.
In other news, healthcare conglomerate
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) claimed it would keep its quarterly dividend at $1.06 a share. The stock, which has a a person-year return of 10%, yields 2.4%.
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