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DIVIDEND ANNOUNCEMENT: AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) on 12/13/2019 declared a dividend of $0.5200 per share

December 13, 2019

AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) on 12/13/2019 declared a dividend of $ 0.5200 per share payable on February 03, 2020 to shareholders of record as of January 10, 2020. Dividend amount recorded is an increase of $ 0.01 from last dividend Paid.

AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) has paid dividends since 1881, has a current dividend yield of 5.4237289429% and has increased its dividends for 14 successive years.

AT&T Inc's market cap is $ 280,146,750,000 and has a PE ratio of 17.20. The stock price closed yesterday at $ 38.35 and has a 52 week low/high of $ 26.80 and $ 39.70.

AT&T is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is a provider of telecommunications, media and technology services globally. Co. has four reportable segments: Communications, which provides wireless and wireline telecom, video and broadband services to consumers located in the U.S. or in U.S. territories and businesses globally; WarnerMedia, which includes media and entertainment businesses that principally develop, produce and distribute feature films, television content, and other content globally; Latin America, which provides entertainment services in Latin America and wireless services in Mexico; and Xandr, which develops digital advertising services.

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AT&T Inc current dividend information as per the date of this press release is:
Dividend Declaration Date: December 13, 2019
Dividend Ex Date: January 09, 2020
Dividend Record Date: January 10, 2020
Dividend Payment Date: February 03, 2020
Dividend Amount: $ 0.5200


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