EDITION 32, AUGUSTUS 2021
Janus Henderson
Global Dividend Index

The first-of-its-kind, this is a quarterly, long-term study into global dividend trends, it analyses dividends paid by the 1,200 largest firms by market capitalisation. It is a measure of progress that global firms are making in paying their investors an income on their capital.

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DE STIJGENDE MIJNBOUWDIVIDENDEN WAREN GOED VOOR TWEE DERDE VAN DE WERELDWIJDE STIJGING OP JAARBASIS IN HET DERDE KWARTAAL, MET EEN STIJGING VAN 251%. BANKDIVIDENDEN STEGEN MET 43%, VOORAL DANKZIJ DE VERSOEPELING VAN DE WETTELIJKE BEPERKINGEN

WERELDWIJD VERHOOGDE 90% VAN DE BEDRIJVEN HUN DIVIDEND OF HIELDEN ZE HET STABIEL

JANUS HENDERSON VERHOOGT ZIJN PROGNOSE VOOR 2021 NAAR 1,46 BILJOEN DOLLAR, EEN STIJGING VAN 13,6% OP ONDERLIGGENDE BASIS

Key findings

Unless otherwise stated all data is sourced by Janus Henderson Investors as of 31 maart 2022.

Glossary of terms

Volatility The rate and extent at which the price of a portfolio, security or index, moves up and down. If the price swings up and down with large movements, it has high volatility. If the price moves more slowly and to a lesser extent, it has lower volatility. It is used as a measure of the riskiness of an investment.
Headline dividends The sum total of all dividends received.
Headline growth Change in total gross dividends.
Special dividends Typically, one-off payouts made by companies to shareholders that are declared to be separate from their regular dividend cycle.
Underlying dividend growth Headline dividend growth adjusted for special dividends, change in currency, timing effects and index changes.

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*Resultaten uit het verleden geven geen indicatie over toekomstige rendementen.

Previous editions

Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index, Edition 32