Britannia Industries stocks rise over 3% after FMCG major declares Rs 35 per share interim dividend

On Thursday, Britannia declared an interim dividend of Rs 35 per share for 2019-20 financial year

FP Staff April 24, 2020 11:06:58 IST
Britannia Industries stocks rise over 3% after FMCG major declares Rs 35 per share interim dividend

New Delhi: Shares of Britannia Industries on Friday jumped over 3 percent after the company declared an interim dividend Rs 35 per equity share of face value of Re 1 each.

The scrip rose 3.23 percent to Rs 3,043.60 on the BSE, and it climbed 3.47 percent to Rs 3,049.90 on the NSE.

The board of the company in a meeting declared "interim dividend at 3,500 percent - Rs 35 per equity share of face value of Re 1 each - for the financial year 2019-20," Britannia Industries said in a regulatory filing on Thursday.

Britannia Industries stocks rise over 3 after FMCG major declares Rs 35 per share interim dividend

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The maker of Good Day and Tiger biscuits said that the record date for the purpose of determining the entitlement of the shareholders for the interim dividend is May 2, 2020.

The interim dividend will be paid to the shareholders before 23 May, 2020.

On Thursday, the FMCG major declared an interim dividend of Rs 35 per share for 2019-20 financial year.

The board of the company in a meeting declared "interim dividend @3500% i.e., Rs 35/- per equity share of face value of Re 1/- each for the financial year 2019-20," Britannia Industries said in a regulatory filing.

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