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Global dividends grew at their fastest rate for more than three years in the third quarter of 2017, with the UK putting in the strongest performance, according to the latest Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index.
The UK was the only region in the world to see dividends fall in Q2 according to the latest Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index.
UK income investors are on alert after research revealed that dividend cover for companies listed in the FTSE 350 has fallen 18% in the past year, hitting its lowest level for seven years.
Global dividend growth slowed in the second quarter, according to the latest Henderson Global Dividend Index. Underlying dividend growth, which strips out exchange rate movements and other lesser factors, was 1.2%. This is slower than the 3.1% underlying growth seen in the first quarter, partly reflecting Q2 seasonal patterns […]
Two thirds of institutional investors expect European companies to reduce their dividends or keep them unchanged this year, according to research conducted by Source, the ETF provider.
Global dividends reached $1.15 trillion in 2015, according to the latest Henderson Global Dividend Index (HGDI), a long-term study of global dividend trends. Underlying dividend growth, which strips out exchange rate movements and other lesser factors, increased by 9.9%.
The latest Henderson Global Dividend index shows an increasing polarisation between emerging and developed markets, reflecting in particular the contrasting fortunes of the US and China.