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3 Companies Paying Dividends This Week

Money treeThere are a few companies that are slated to go ex-dividend this week. In other words, you need to own them before a specific date this week in order to receive their dividends. Let’s take a look at three of them.

1. Monday, 30th December 2013

CSE Global (SGX: 544), a global technologies company that provides cost effective and integrated solutions to industries in the automation, telecommunications and environmental sectors, will be going ex-dividend on Monday.

It is paying 28.0 Singapore cents per ordinary share for as special dividend from the divestment of Servelec Group PLC (previously known as CSE Global UK Ltd), an operation in the United Kingdom.

The shares closed at $1.050 on Friday and it is trading at a historical price-to-earnings (PE) ratio of close to 10. Its dividend yield stands at 4%, excluding the one-off special dividends.

2. Friday, 3rd January 2014

Medi-Flex (SGX: 5FF), a cleanroom and medical glove manufacturer, is pencilled in to go ex-dividend on Friday.

It is dishing out 0.12 Singapore cents per ordinary share for the fourth quarter of 2013 (4Q 2013).

The shares exchanged hands at $0.15 on Friday. The company is trading at a historical PE ratio of 14 and is sporting a dividend yield of 0.8%.

3. Friday, 3rd January 2014

Second Chance Properties (SGX: 528) will be going ex-dividend on Friday as well. The company is mainly involved in retailing of apparel and gold jewellery and property investment.

It is giving out 1.7 Singapore cents per ordinary share for 4Q 2013.

The company closed at $0.46 on Friday. It is trading at a historical PE ratio of around 5 and has a dividend yield of 7%.

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice.  Motley Fool Singapore contributor Sudhan P doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.