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JTI maintains dividend payout ratio of 60%

Tobacco major JT International Bhd (JTI) will maintain a dividend payout ratio of 60% even after a capital repayment, said chairman Datuk Mohd Nadzmi Salleh.


MIDF sees Deleum maintaining dividend payout ratio

PETALING JAYA: Deleum Bhd has consistently been distributing about 50% of its net profit as dividend, giving the stock a potential dividend yield of more than 5%, said MIDF Research in its recent report.


Honda to boost dividend payout

Honda Motor Co, Japan's No. 3 automaker, plans to boost its dividend payout ratio to about 30% from 20% in two to three years, the I>Nihon Keizai Shimbun/Ireported yesterday.


Axiata sees higher dividend

KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd, which reported a higher net profit of RM544.5mil for the fourth quarter ended Dec 31, 2011, has given an indicative dividend payout ratio of 65% for 2013.


UEM Edgenta adopts higher dividend policy

PETALING JAYA: UEM Edgenta Bhd is adopting a new dividend policy of at least 50% and a dividend payout ratio of up to 80%.


Astro dividend to stoke interest

PETALING JAYA: Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhds targeted dividend payout ratio of not less than 75% of its annual profit was a move to stoke investor interest in view of slowing pay-television subscriber growth and rising competition, said media analysts.


CIMB clarifies

In reference to the article entitled “Banks able to pay higher dividends” which had appeared in StarBiz yesterday, it has been pointed out that the dividend payout ratio of CIMB Bank Bhd was 65% in 2016. The dividend payout ratio of 49.5% that was reported in the article was that of CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, the listed banking group.


Boustead unit promises good dividend payout

PETALING JAYA: Boustead Plantations Bhd, en route to a Main Market listing next month, aims to provide a dividend payout ratio of at least 60% of its after-tax profit in the coming financial years.


ICBC cuts dividend payout

SHANGHAI: Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd, the world’s largest lender by assets, cut its dividend payout ratio for 2015 as profit growth stalled with rising bad loans.