UniFirst is getting ready to issue a pair of dividend payouts. The company has declared quarterly common stock distributions for both its regular and its Class B shares. For the former, the firm will hand out $0.0375 per share, while for the latter $0.03 will be disbursed. Both will be paid on October 1 to holders of record as of September 10.
As far as the ordinary stock is concerned, the payout matches each of UniFirst's preceding dividend payments, which stretch back to April 2010.
The just-declared dividend annualizes to $0.15 per share. That yields 0.2% at UniFirst's most recent closing stock price of $92.77.
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