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What happens when a company Declares Quarterly Dividend?

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It means that the company would share its profit with its share holders once every 3 months of the year. The Dividend % is decided based on the profits made by the company during the current fiscal quarter.

Let us say a company has a face value of Rs. 10/- and decides to declare a dividend of 25% it means that for every share you hold in that company you will get Rs. 2.5/- as dividend.

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