5 Companies That Began 2022 With Upbeat News on Dividends

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Life Storage plans to increase its quarterly payout by 16 cents to $1 per share.

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Royalty Pharma,
Life Storage, and Viatri,
By announcing a dividend increase this week in 2022, among other companies.

Royalty Pharma (Ticker: RPRX) quarterly dividend declared 19 cents per share, up 12% from 17 cents. The stock, which yields 1.7%, had a one-year return of nearly minus 18%, dividends included, as of Thursday’s close. Compare this to the S&P 500. 27% return for,

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Life Storage (LSI), a real estate investment trust, said: Planning to boost its quarterly disbursements 16% to $1 per share from 86 cents. This equates to an annual dividend of $4 per share.

A stock that has a one-year return of around 95% gives a return of 2.8 percent. The company owns and manages self-storage assets.

Global healthcare company Viatris (VTRS) has said that boost its quarterly payments A penny to 12 cents per share, for a 9% increase from 11 cents. The stock, which gives 3.3%, has a one-year return of about minus 20%.

The Alamo Group (ALG), whose products include street sweepers and vacuum trucks, quarterly dividend declared 18 cents per share, up from 14 cents. That means an increase of about 30 percent.

The one-year return of this stock, giving 0.5% return, is around 6%.

Bank OZK (OZK) quarterly dividend declared 30 cents per share, a penny, or about 3.5%. The company is located in Little Rock, Ark.

The one-year return of this stock, giving 2.4% return, is around 50%.

In other news, healthcare group Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) said it would maintain its quarterly dividend At $1.06 per share. The stock, which has a one-year return of 10%, yields 2.4%.

Write to Lawrence C. Strauss at [email protected]


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