Dividend payout ratio, Financial Management

Dividend Payout Ratio

The percentage of earnings or profit paid to shareholders in dividends.

Computed as:

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The payout ratio gives an idea about how well earnings assist the dividend payments. More mature companies likely to have a higher payout ratio.

In the U.K. there is a equivalent ratio known as dividend cover. It is computed as earnings per share divided by dividends per share.

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