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When is Barrick Gold’s next dividend payment?

Barrick Gold’s next Quarterly dividend payment of C$0.20 per share will be made to shareholders on Thursday, September 15, 2022. When was Barrick Gold’s most recent dividend payment? Barrick Gold’s most recent Quarterly dividend payment of C$0.26 per share was made to shareholders on Wednesday, June 15, 2022.

How much is the dividend yield of gold (gold) stock?

GOLD has a dividend yield of 3.23% and paid $0.79 per share in the past year. The dividend is paid every three months and the last ex-dividend date was Feb 25, 2022. * Dividend amounts are adjusted for stock splits when applicable. 6 days ago – Why Is Barrick Gold (GOLD) Up 3.7% Since Last Earnings Report?

How are dividends declared and paid?

The declaration and payment of dividends is at the discretion of the Board of Directors, and will depend on the Company’s financial results, cash requirements, future prospects, the number of outstanding common shares, and other factors deemed relevant by the Board. Effective June 15, 1992, dividends are declared in USD.

What is Barrick Gold’s dividend yield?

The current dividend yield for Barrick Gold (NYSE:GOLD) is 1.57%. Learn more

Is Barrick Gold’s dividend growing?

Over the past three years, Barrick Gold’s dividend has grown by 89.47%.

When did Barrick Gold last increase or decrease its dividend?

The most recent change in Barrick Gold’s dividend was a decrease of $0.0110 on Wednesday, February 16, 2022.

When did dividends become USD?

Effective June 15, 1992, dividends are declared in USD. All dividend payments up to and including January 15, 1992, were paid in CAD.

Can you change the currency of dividends?

Registered shareholders (i.e. shares are registered with the Transfer Agent in the holder’s name) may elect to change the currency of dividend payments by contacting the Transfer Agent. Shareholders who hold their shares through a broker should contact the broker through which their shares are held to determine whether they may elect to change the currency of payment and to obtain details with respect to additional fees, if any, that the broker may charge in connection with the dividend payment.

When did the UK capital gains tax note become effective?

This note is intended to provide UK resident Scheme Shareholders with certain further information in relation to the UK capital gains tax treatment of the disposal of their Scheme Shares under the Scheme, which became effective on 17 September 2019.

Is Barrick Gold Corporation a qualified dividend?

Pursuant to tax legislation, Canadian resident individuals who receive " eligible dividends" from Barrick will be entitled to an enhanced gross-up and dividend tax credit on such dividends. Barrick has designated that all dividends paid by Barrick Gold Corporation are "eligible dividends" for these purposes.

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