Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) To Release Dividend On 2016-08-24


On 2016-07-28, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) confirmed the dividend disbursement of $0.02 a share to stockholders as on record 2016-08-10. The dividend release date is 2016-08-24 while ex-dividend date is 2016-08-08.

The shareholders who will keep stock holding till the ex-dividend date will obtain payout. Last year, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) paid a total of $0.02 per share in payments. This figure stood at $0.02 a share in the same period a year ago representing a deviation of 0 percent.

Analyst Opinion The market experts layering the stock price projections have established a price target of $29.647 on the stock. This number is the mean of recommendations offered by 17 brokerages. The bullish and bearish estimate stands at $38 and $23, correspondingly.

Taking the mathematical rating method, the price for Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) stands at 1.76. Earnings Review Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) will post its quarterly earnings for the quarter closing on 2016-09-30 by 2016-10-28. For the period ending on 2016-09-30, experts are supposing EPS of $-0.01.

Coming to the quarter closing on 2015-12-31, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation (NYSE:COG) recorded EPS of $-0.08. The reported numbers were lower than the analysts’ projections of $-0.08, demonstrating a miss of $0 as against reported figures.

A dividend can be defined as the distribution of a part of a company’s earnings. It is decided by the company’s board to selected shareholders. Payouts can be in form of the cash, or as shares of stock.

The dividend may be quoted in the dollar term that is amount each share receives or it can also be in terms of a percent of the present market price. A company’s net earnings can be allocated to equity holders via a dividend, or retained within the company. Even the company can go ahead and deploy net profits to repurchase their own stock in the open markets in a buyback.

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  • Clayton, Dubilier, and Rice needs to do something about Brand Energy, one of the companies it owns. Their bonds have been downgraded deep into junk territory. They need to change the management totally.

    They need to get rid of the CEO and the ex-GE people he brought in. The Houston area is especially bad and the executives there should be removed immediately. The latest Moody’s report said the only thing good about the company is that it can still borrow money. That’s pathetic. That shows how horrible the CEO and his ex-GE friends have been. Brand Energy may be the biggest joke in private equity today. Clayton, Dubilier, and Rice needs to stop letting the CEO of Brand get away with his nepotism and incompetence.