AT&T Inc Stock Dividend Yield & Dates

T dividend stability and growth

Current Dividend per share
Current Dividend yield
T's dividend has not dropped by more than 10% at any point in the last 10 years
T dividends have increased over the last 10 years

T dividend yield vs industry/market

Current Company
Current Industry
T dividends (7.18%) are in the top 75% of all US listed companies
T dividends (7.18%) are in the top 25% of all US listed companies

T dividend payout ratio

AT&T Inc paid out 136.2% of its net income over the trailing twelve months.
Retained earnings
Payout ratio
T earnings are insufficient to cover T's dividend payouts

T dividend dates

Next dividend payment date
Feb 1, 2021
Last ex-dividend date
Jan 8, 2021

AT&T Dividends FAQ

Does AT&T pay a dividend?

Yes, T has issued a dividend within the past 12 months.

How much is AT&T's dividend?

T pays a dividend of $2.07 per share. T's annual dividend yield is 7.18%. AT&T's dividend is higher than the US retail industry average of 2.84%, and it is higher than the US market average of 2.36%.

What is AT&T's Dividend Payment Date?

AT&T's next dividend payment date is on 2021-02-01, when AT&T shareholders who owned T shares before 2021-01-08 will receive a dividend payment of $0.52 per share. Add T to your watchlist to be reminded of T's next dividend payment.

What is AT&T's Ex-Dividend Date?

AT&T's previous ex-dividend date was on 2021-01-08. AT&T shareholders who own T stock before this date will receive AT&T's next dividend payment of $0.52 per share on 2021-02-01. AT&T's next ex-dividend date has not been announced yet. Add T to your watchlist to be reminded before T's ex-dividend date.

Is AT&T's dividend stable?

Yes, T's dividend has been stable for the last 10 years.

Is AT&T's dividend showing long-term growth?

Yes, T's' dividend has been growing over the last 10 years.

Does AT&T have sufficient earnings to cover their dividend?

No, T's past year earnings per share was $1.52, and their annual dividend per share is $2.07. T's dividend payout ratio is 136.2%, which is not sustainable.
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