Maximus Keeping Dividend Steady
Government health services company Maximus has declared a quarterly dividend to be paid on Nov. 29 to investors of record as of Nov. 15.
This quarter, the company has decided to keep its dividend steady at $0.045 per share, the same amount Maximus has paid since August after taking a 50% cut from its previous payouts of $0.09 per share.
Maximus's most recent dividend annualizes to $0.18 per share of common stock. At the market's close on Oct. 7, the company was trading at $46.33. As a result, Maximus's dividend currently gives a 0.3% yield.
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