Dividends for United Rentals in 2024 (Updated Date)
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United Rentals
Price 738.35USD
19.71 (2.74%)
Dividend Yield 0.91%
Payout Ratio 16.47%
Dividend Growth 0 years
ISIN US9113631090
Ticker URI
Sector Industrials
Industry Rental & Leasing Services
Index S&P 500
Updated: Jul 22, 2024, 8:00:02 PM (UTC)

United Rentals Dividends

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Dividend/share amount Ex-dividend Date Payment Date Dividend Yield
Next Dividend $1.63 5/7/24 5/22/24 N/A
Last Dividend $1.63 2/13/24 2/28/24 0.26%
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United Rentals Dividend Calendar

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Last trading date May 6, 2024
Ex-date May 7, 2024
Record date May 8, 2024
Payable date May 22, 2024

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United Rentals dividend history

Ex-DateAmountVariationDiv. Yield
2024$1.63 72.47% 0.26%
2/13/24$1.630.26%
2023$5.921.38%
11/7/23$1.480.34%
8/8/23$1.480.31%
5/9/23$1.480.43%
2/7/23$1.480.32%

United Rentals Dividend Analysis

Yield last year
1.38%
0/3
Growth last year
0.00%
0/3
Years in a row paying
2
0/3
Yield Last 5 years
0.00%
0/3
Growth last 5 years
0.00%
0/3
Consecutive years of rising dividends
0
0/3
Yield last 10 years
0.00%
0/3
Growth last 10 years
0.00%
0/3
Payout Ratio
16.78%
1/3
Final Score
1/27

United Rentals FAQ

United Rentals will reward its investors with a dividend of $1.63 per share, translating to a yield of 0.00%.

May 22, 2024 is the date set by United Rentals for dividend payment, where $1.63 per share will be awarded to those who have shares before May 7, 2024.

In its latest dividend payment, United Rentals awarded $1.63 per share, executed on February 28, 2024.

Investors in United Rentals can expect dividends in February, May, August, and November, as part of its quarterly payment policy.

In terms of dividend yield, United Rentals recorded 1.38% last year.

In the last fiscal year, United Rentals had a payout ratio of 16.78%, implying that profits are adequate for the dividend.

United Rentals has been paying dividends for only one year, which prevents considering whether its dividends are increasing.