Dividend per share Growth Last Year
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The Dividend per Share Growth measures the year on year growth of dividend payments by the company. It is calculated as the year on year change in Dividends per Share. This is measured using the most recent full year financial statements.

Stockopedia explains DPS Growth

Dividend growth is a good indicator of the financial health of a company. Companies that are able to sustain and grow dividend payments over time are considered likely to be financially stable. That said, some companies do not pay stock dividends at all; rather they use these excess profits to reinvest money back into the company to fund business growth. An absence of dividends it therefore not necessarily a bad thing!

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The 5 highest DPS Growth Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name DPS Growth StockRank
NYQ:CI Cigna 9900 84
BSE:CRC Chimcomplex SA Borzesti 4758.77 63
BIT:BFF BFF Bank SpA 3782.86 68
TYO:9308 Inui Global Logistics Co 3633.33 64
NSQ:SSSS Suro Capital 2888 59
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