Dividend Changes to Know Now: Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Solar Senior Capital, Thor Industries, New Jersey Resources Corp., Philip Morris International

Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc. (NYSE:ARE): Alexandria Real Estate increases quarterly cash dividend to 53c. The board has increased the quarterly dividend to 53c per share for Q3, up 4% from the pervious quarterly dividend. The dividend is payable on October 15 to shareholders of record on September 28.

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Thor Industries Inc. (NYSE:THO): Thor Industries increases dividend 3c to 18c per share. Thor Industries announced that its board approved an increase in its regular quarterly dividend to 18c per share from 15c per share. The new regular dividend of 18c per share will be paid on October 5 to shareholders of record on September 24.

Solar Senior Capital (SUNS) announces increase in monthly dividend to 11.75c per share. Solar Senior Capital Ltd. declared a dividend of $0.1175 per share for the month of September. Combined with the prior two months’ dividend raises, this represents a 17.5% increase. The dividend will be paid on October 2 to stockholders of record on September 20.

New Jersey Resources Corp. (NYSE:NJR): New Jersey Resources increases quarterly dividend 5.3%. The board of New Jersey Resources has unanimously approved a 5.3% increase in the quarterly dividend rate to 40c per share from 38c per share. The new quarterly rate will be effective with the dividend payable October 1 to shareowners of record on September 24. The new annual dividend rate will be $1.60 per share. This dividend replaces the previous dividend of 38c per share approved on July 11 for shareowners of record on September 14.

Philip Morris International, Inc. (NYSE:PM): Philip Morris increases quarterly dividend 10.4% to 85c per share. The Board of Directors of Philip Morris International Inc increased the company’s regular quarterly dividend by 10.4%, to an annualized rate of $3.40 per share. The new quarterly dividend of 85c per share, up from 77c per share, is payable on October 11, to stockholders of record as of September 27. The ex-dividend date is September 25.

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