Visa Inc Stock Dividend Yield & Dates

V dividend stability and growth

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

V dividend yield vs industry/market

V dividends (0.57%) are not in the top 75% of all US listed companies
V dividends (0.57%) are not in the top 25% of all US listed companies

V dividend payout ratio

Visa Inc paid out 25.4% of its earnings over the trailing twelve months.
Retained earnings
Payout ratio
V earnings are sufficient to cover V's dividend payouts

V dividend dates

Last dividend payment date
Sep 1, 2021
Last ex-dividend date
Aug 12, 2021

Visa Dividends FAQ

Does Visa pay a dividend?

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

What is Visa's Dividend Payment Date?

Visa's last dividend payment date was on 2021-09-01, when Visa shareholders who owned V shares before 2021-08-12 received a dividend payment of $0.32 per share. Visa's next dividend payment date has not been announced yet. Add V to your watchlist to be reminded of V's next dividend payment.

Is Visa's dividend stable?

Yes, V's dividend has been stable for the last 10 years.

Does Visa have sufficient earnings to cover their dividend?

Yes, V's past year earnings per share was $4.96, and their annual dividend per share is $1.28. V's dividend payout ratio is 25.4%, which is sustainable.

How much is Visa's dividend?

V pays a dividend of $1.28 per share. V's annual dividend yield is 0.57%. Visa's dividend is lower than the US Credit Services industry average of 3.78%, and it is lower than the US market average of 3.37%.

What is Visa's Ex-Dividend Date?

Visa's previous ex-dividend date was on 2021-08-12. Visa shareholders who own V stock before this date received Visa's last dividend payment of $0.32 per share on 2021-09-01. Visa's next ex-dividend date has not been announced yet. Add V to your watchlist to be reminded before V's ex-dividend date.

Is Visa's dividend showing long-term growth?

Yes, V's' dividend has been growing over the last 10 years.
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