Super dividend

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The term super dividend (also known as excess dividend ) describes in American stock corporations a dividend surcharge for certain shareholders of a corporation with dividend privilege ( preferred shareholders ). Super dividends are usually paid out in the event of unusually positive business results.

See also


  • Gabler Bank Lexicon. Concise dictionary for banking and savings banks with a bank directory. 9th edition, Gabler Verlag, Wiesbaden 1984.