Farmland Partners Inc (FPI)

11.78
NYSE : Financial
Prev Close 11.72
Day Low/High 11.60 / 11.80
52 Wk Low/High 9.54 / 11.87
Avg Volume 125.30K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 12.07M
Market Cap 141.48M
EPS 0.10
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield 0.51 (4.40%)

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Reminder - Farmland Partners (FPI) Goes Ex-Dividend Soon

Reminder - Farmland Partners (FPI) Goes Ex-Dividend Soon

Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 6/29/16, Farmland Partners Inc will trade ex-dividend, for its quarterly dividend of $0.1275, payable on 7/15/16. As a percentage of FPI's recent stock price of $10.88, this dividend works out to approximately 1.17%, so look for shares of Farmland Partners Inc to trade 1.17% lower — all else being equal — when FPI shares open for trading on 6/29/16.

FPI Ex-Dividend Reminder - 3/30/16

FPI Ex-Dividend Reminder - 3/30/16

Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 3/30/16, Farmland Partners Inc will trade ex-dividend, for its quarterly dividend of $0.1275, payable on 4/15/16. As a percentage of FPI's recent stock price of $10.79, this dividend works out to approximately 1.18%, so look for shares of Farmland Partners Inc to trade 1.18% lower — all else being equal — when FPI shares open for trading on 3/30/16.

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Farmland Partners Named Top Dividend Stock With Insider Buying and 4.74% Yield (FPI)

Farmland Partners Named Top Dividend Stock With Insider Buying and 4.74% Yield (FPI)

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