Procter & Gamble
said Tuesday it's raising its quarterly dividend to 44 cents a share from the current rate of 40 cents.
The Cincinnati-based consumer products maker said that shareholders of record April 24 will receive the payment on or after May 15.
Shares of P&G fell 79 cents, or 1.6%, to $47.25 in the regular session and lost another 23 cents after the close.
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