The American company Nike is a publicly traded company that has been paying its shareholders for more than 35 years without interruption. The amount of this dividend has been increasing for more than 30 years. On this page, we offer you to learn more about Nike's stock dividend with its precise current and past amount, its annual and historical yield, as well as the payment and ex-dividend dates.
The last known dividend on Nike stock was the dividend that was paid in 2021 for the fiscal year 2020. The total amount of this dividend was $1.13 per share. It was paid in 4 installments of $0.275 per share.
In 2022, three instalments of $0.305 per share have already been paid to shareholders in respect of this year's dividend for the financial year 2021. A final payment of the same amount is expected by the end of the year.
The Nike dividend is paid after the Board of Directors has decided on the amount of the dividend and the shareholders have voted on it at the Annual General Meeting. For example, the dividend paid in 2021 corresponds to the financial year 2000. It is calculated on the basis of the previous year's results.
Since Nike is a US company, it pays its dividend quarterly. This means that the dividend is paid in four instalments during the year with an interim payment in December of the previous year.
In 2021 for example, Nike's first interim dividend was detached on 03 December 2020 and paid on 28 December, the second was detached on 26 February and paid on 01 April, the third was detached on 29 May and paid on 01 July and the fourth was detached on 27 August and paid on 01 October.
The next dividend to be paid on Nike shares is the fourth instalment of the 2022 dividend, calculated on the basis of the 2021 financial year. Three instalments of $0.305 per share have already been paid to shareholders as part of this dividend.
The last payment, which will be made in 2022 for this dividend, will also be $0.305 per share and will probably be made in October.
Thus, the total amount of this dividend will be $1.22 per share.
Nike has been paying its shareholders a dividend every year for over 35 years. Moreover, for more than 30 years, this dividend has mainly evolved upwards. Discover the details of this evolution with the history of the Nike dividend amount over the last 10 years and its rate of increase per year.
The observation of this history of Nike's dividend shows us that the stock remunerates its shareholders in a progressive way from year to year, with an increasing amount. Thus, the increase over one year is 5.31% over 5 years. It is 9.97% per year on average and over 10 years it is 12.24% per year on average.
The Nike dividend yield tells us how profitable the stock really is as a holding asset. It is obtained by dividing the amount of the dividend by the share price at the time the dividend is issued.
Thus, the dividend paid in 2021 by Nike to its shareholders showed a yield of around 0.66%.
As far as the distribution policy of Nike is concerned, the current payout ratio of these profits is 30.61%. This means that the company keeps a large part of its profits for investment.
Over the past 10 years, Nike Group has paid a dividend with an average yield of 1%, which is a little below its 2021 yield. Here is its history:
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