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Dividends


A dividend is a cash flow received by the shareholder for each share of the company that it owns, in a given period of time. Generally dividends issued by a company comes from the profits generated during the year. The dividend is a movement of capital by which a corporation distributes company profits to its shareholders.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


  • What are settlement conditions?

    Settlement condition corresponds to the date of the transaction settlement. It can be a normal settlement (contado normal or CN) if the transaction settlement takes place two trading days after the executed transaction (i.e. T + 2); next day (pagadero mañana or PM) if the settlement is one trading day after the transaction is executed (i.e. T + 1); and same day (pagadero hoy or PH) if the settlement is executed on the day of the transaction (i.e. T + 0). 

  • What does it mean when a stock has liquidity?

    Liquidity is the measure of how quickly a security, in this case a stock, can be converted into cash and can be measured through indicators such as: 

     

    • Traded volumes of a particular stock. 

    • The market presence of the security, defined as the number of days in which transactions over UF1,000 are recorded during the last 180 trading days, and 

    • The number of shares that are traded compared to the total number of shares outstanding (known as the stock turnover index). Stocks that have high traded volumes, significant market presence and high turnover will be more liquid than stocks that have lower levels of these indicators. 

     

  • What are benchmarks?

    Benchmarks are reference indices used to follow market evolution or to measure the performance of an asset or portfolio. It is ultimately a basis for comparison and evaluates the performance of an asset. 

  • What is market capitalization?

    Market capitalization is the value obtained by multiplying the share price by the number of total shares of the company. It provides an estimate of the market value of the company’s assets. 

  • What is free float?

    Free float refers to the percentage of a company’s total shares that is available to be freely and regularly traded on a stock exchange and is not owned by controlling shareholders. It can be used as a proxy to measure market size or the value of all stocks that are freely available for trading by investors. 

     

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