In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how AMD (AMD) dividends work. In addition, you will be able to consult the payment date, the ex-dividend date, the last day to be entitled to the payment, the money to be received per share, the yield and any other doubts that may arise.
There is no upcoming dividend defined for AMD.
There is no set last day on which buying AMD shares generates the possibility of earning dividends.
There has been no final dividend for AMD.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. is publicly traded as AMD, but currently pays no dividends to its shareholders, since its market entry it has only deposited one installment, in May 1995, the amount of which was $0.01 per share, representing a yield of 0.03%, however, this has been the only amount declared.
At the moment, there is no information as to whether the company will decide to start granting this interest to investors or whether it will be used for the organization's own purposes, so traders usually participate in its quotations as a method to obtain capital gains through the trading of its shares.
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Payout Ratio AMD Dividends
Dividend calendar of AMD
There is no Dividend Calendar of AMD defined for 2023.
Historical annual dividend yields of AMD
Dividend yield of AMD vs. the sector
Dividend yield history in AMD
Dividend history of AMD
AMD has never distributed dividends, so it has an empty dividend history.
AMD dividend capture strategy
Information about AMD
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is a U.S. company engaged in the computer industry by manufacturing semiconductors, computer processors and other similar devices, including workstations, motherboard chipsets, personal computers, among others.
It was founded in 1969 by several executives of the Fairchild Semiconductor and Gifford companies, initially producing integrated circuits, to open up to the RAM memory market, thus creating several models of microprocessors, video graphic units and Flash memories, later concentrating on those compatible with Intel.
In 2006 they acquired ATI Technologies, but in 2008 due to the antitrust laws of their country they decided to split the operations, so, in alliance with Advanced Investment Co. they formed GlobalFoundries Inc. where they focus on the design of various types of chips, by 2012 they bought SeaMicro, currently the second largest supplier of microprocessors in the world.
Its portfolio is quite broad, offering products focused on computers, graphics cards, accelerators, embedded systems and SmartNIC, software, tools and applications, as well as solutions related to cloud data centers and gaming, covering all types of industries from Aerospace, Architecture, Engineering, Automotive, Business, Electronics, Education, Healthcare and Science, Media and Entertainment, Robotics, Supercomputing and Research, Telecommunications and Networking, Wired and Wireless Communications, among others.
Frequently asked questions about AMD dividends
AMD is listed on the U.S. Technology Index and is part of the Nasdaq.
AMD has the Ticker or stock code AMD.
AMD belongs to the Energy sector and the Semiconductors industry.
The CEO of AMD in 2023 is Dr. Lisa T. Su Ph.D..
At this moment, the value of a AMD share is 118.48$.
AMD does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.