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lky94
post Apr 4 2019, 03:39 PM

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QUOTE(djhenry91 @ Apr 4 2019, 03:02 PM)
Stock prices on ex-date

The stock price usually decrease on the ex-dividend date by an amount roughly equal to the dividend paid. This reflects the decrease in the company's assets resulting from the declaration of the dividend.
--- For example, when a dividend of $1,000,000 is declared (e.g. 6 sen per share), distributed and paid, the corporation’s cash is reduced by $1,000,000 and its retained earnings (part of stockholders’ equity) is reduced by $1,000,000. Due to the reduction in the corporation's cash/equity, it's stock price is also reduced accordingly (as the company's stock price is a reflection of it's assets (which including it's cash). If the stock price was RM 1.50, it would be RM 1.44 (RM 1.50 - 0.06) after the dividend is allocated.

Dividend : 6 sens
Ex-date : 20/5/2009
In-dividend date share price (19/5/2009): RM 1.50
Ex-dividend date share price (20/5/2009): RM 1.50 - 0.06 = RM 1.44
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/1039913
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will it happened after the comapny give dividend the stock price will not return to original price ?
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post Apr 4 2019, 03:52 PM

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QUOTE(djhenry91 @ Apr 4 2019, 03:02 PM)
Stock prices on ex-date

The stock price usually decrease on the ex-dividend date by an amount roughly equal to the dividend paid. This reflects the decrease in the company's assets resulting from the declaration of the dividend.
--- For example, when a dividend of $1,000,000 is declared (e.g. 6 sen per share), distributed and paid, the corporation’s cash is reduced by $1,000,000 and its retained earnings (part of stockholders’ equity) is reduced by $1,000,000. Due to the reduction in the corporation's cash/equity, it's stock price is also reduced accordingly (as the company's stock price is a reflection of it's assets (which including it's cash). If the stock price was RM 1.50, it would be RM 1.44 (RM 1.50 - 0.06) after the dividend is allocated.

Dividend : 6 sens
Ex-date : 20/5/2009
In-dividend date share price (19/5/2009): RM 1.50
Ex-dividend date share price (20/5/2009): RM 1.50 - 0.06 = RM 1.44
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/1039913
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I see, I have never thought about that. Good sharing, thanks!
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post Apr 5 2019, 07:08 AM

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QUOTE(silverwave @ Apr 1 2019, 09:24 PM)
I see, ok then i will check with CS
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Your case solved?
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post Apr 5 2019, 05:54 PM

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QUOTE(David83 @ Apr 5 2019, 07:08 AM)
Your case solved?
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Not yet, got caught up with some other issue and totally forgot about this



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