Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (APD) Dividend Payout Ratio

| March 2, 2017

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Air Products and Chemicals(APD) is having a Dividend Yield of 2.45% with the Annual cash Dividend per share of $3.39. The last quarter cash dividend per share pay out was $1.72. The stock has a 5 year average dividend yield of 2.59% and the stock has a Indicated annual dividend of $3.44. Air Products and Chemicals(APD) formally announced its most recent dividend on January 27, 2017 with a Dividend per share of $0.95. The new indicated annual dividend based on announced dividend per share is $3.8.

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