New Companies in the Dividend Value Database

September 8, 2012


We are slowly expanding the number of companies in the Dividend Value Database that comply to our specific criteria.

Following requests from several subscribers to include smaller – lesser known – dividend paying companies we are now also starting to include relevant FTSE250 companies.

Overview of companies added into the database, include:

FTSE100 companies

  • Sage group

  • Unilever

  • Weir Group

  • Whitbread

FTSE250 companies

  • Balfour Beatty

  • Berendsen

  • Greene King

  • Ultra Electronics

Over the coming weeks and months, we will be adding many more dividend paying companies as well as additional functionality to the Dividend Value Database.

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Steven Dotsch
Managing editor
EMAR Publishers
Dividend Income Investor.com

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