Dividend Changes To Know Now: Tiffany, Coach, KeyCorp, Marsh & McLennan

Tiffany & Co. (NYSE:TIF) announced a dividend of $0.34 with a Dividend Ex. Date of June 18. That’s a 6.25-percent increase versus the previous dividend of $0.32. The new dividend yield is 1.7 percent.

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Coach (NYSE:COH) announced a dividend of $0.3375 with a Dividend Ex. Date of June 5. That’s a 12.5-percent increase versus the previous dividend of $0.3. The new dividend yield is 2.0 percent.

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KeyCorp (NYSE:KEY) announced a dividend of $0.055 with a Dividend Ex. Date of May 23. That’s a 10-percent increase versus the previous dividend of $0.05. The new dividend yield is 1.9 percent.

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Marsh & McLennan Companies (NYSE:MMC) announced a dividend of $0.25 with a Dividend Ex. Date of July 9. That’s an 8.7-percent increase versus the previous dividend of $0.23. The new dividend yield is 2.3 percent.

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Dividend changes can help investors discover the financial health of a company. In fact, “A = A-Level Management Runs the Company” is a core component of our CHEAT SHEET investing framework and dividend changes can provide clues whether management is properly stewarding your investment. For more detailed analysis of companies with solid dividend performance, don’t waste another minute — click here and get our CHEAT SHEET stock picks now.