The Kroger Co. (KR) Dividend Details and dates on New York Stock Exchange

The Kroger Co. Dividend Stock Review

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The Kroger Co. (KR) Dividend Details and dates on New York Stock Exchange

The Kroger Co. The Kroger Co. engages in the operation of retail food and drug stores, multi-department stores, jewellery stores, and convenience stores. It also manufactures and processes some of the food for sale in its supermarkets. The combination food and drug Stores are the primary food store format. The multi department stores sells a wide selection of general merchandise items such as apparel, home fashion and furnishings, electronics, automotive products, toys and fine jewellery. The marketplace stores offer full-service grocery and pharmacy departments as well as an expanded general merchandise area that includes outdoor living products, electronics, home goods and toys. The price impact warehouse stores offer a 'no-frills, low cost' warehouse format and feature everyday low prices plus promotions for a wide selection of grocery and health and beauty care items. The company was founded by Barney Kroger in 1883 and is headquartered in Cincinnati, OH.
Sector: Retail Trade Food Retail

Dividend income advisory for KR
Dividend Yield for KR
The expected yield for KR is 2.11 %, this seems a healthy dividend return and if The Kroger Co. is also cheaply priced, and has a low debt to equity ratio and if The Kroger Co. makes a good profit.

How is KR priced
KR has a trailing price to earnings ratio (P/E) of 6.92. The ratio is determined by the performance in the last 12 months. The P/E ratio seems very good, however we should verify if there are no exceptional reasons for The Kroger Co. to record this P/E ratio.

Debt to equity of KR
With the Debt To Equity rate of KR (1.93) we can conclude that The Kroger Co. has more external liabilities than equity provided by shareholders. The company is leveraging it's investments with external cash. This can result in more returns but comes at a higher risk.

Price Prediction for KR
On average analists predict that KR will be correctly priced after a 9%. change. We can expect some long term capital gains.

Upcoming Dividends for KR
No Upcoming dividends declared.

Dividends in past 12 months KR
Declared Ex Dividend Date Payment Date Record Date Amount Frequency
2019-06-27 2019-08-14 2019-09-01 2019-08-15 0.16 USD Quarterly
2019-03-14 2019-05-14 2019-06-01 2019-05-15 0.14 USD Quarterly
2019-01-25 2019-02-14 2019-03-01 2019-02-15 0.14 USD Quarterly
2018-09-20 2018-11-14 2018-12-01 2018-11-15 0.14 USD Quarterly


Historical Dividends & Cap Growth for KR
Past 5 Year Capital Gains -24.25 %
Dividend yield 9.52 %
Growth including dividends -14.73%
Latest news for KR

2019-08-13 Kroger (KR) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know Kroger (KR) closed the most recent trading day at $23.05, moving -0.11% from the previous trading session.
Original Article @ Zacks Investment Research

2019-08-13 How a 29-year-old went from studying culinary arts to prescribing food as medicine at America’s largest supermarket chain Meet Allison Baker, the 29-year-old in charge of Kroger's plan to change how we pay for food as medicine.
Original Article @ Business Insider

2019-08-09 Should Walmart, Kroger and other retailers ban carrying guns in stores? After shootings at Walmart, Kroger, Waffle House, Macy's and others, are you comfortable visiting a business where patrons can bring their weapons?
Original Article @ USA Today

2019-08-09 5 eco-friendly moves companies made that customers loved — and 6 customers absolutely hated Across the board, companies are trying to lower their plastic footprints. The reception among consumers often varies. Trader Joe's is using less plastic packaging on certain items as part of a plan to cut more than 1 million pounds of plastic from its stores in 2019. The move caused a price decrease in certain items like garlic, the company announced on its podcast . Starbucks announced a plan to eliminate its plastic straws by 2020 in favor of a lid that has garnered much criticism for its resemblance to a child's sippy cup. Here are five sustainability initiatives companies implemented that customers loved — and six that they hated. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Trader Joe's recently announced it would cut plastic packaging from certain food items, having the dual effect of minimizing plastic waste and saving customers some money. The move is a part of the grocery chain's larger goal to reduce plastic in its stores this year by 1 million pounds, and is a win for both the environment and shoppers.
Original Article @ Business Insider

2019-08-06 Kroger (KR) Outpaces Stock Market Gains: What You Should Know Kroger (KR) closed the most recent trading day at $22.28, moving +1.64% from the previous trading session.
Original Article @ Zacks Investment Research

2019-08-06 Amex Blue Cash Preferred card review: Earning 6% back at the supermarket is a no-brainer The Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express offers a shocking 6% back on your first $6,000 spent at US supermarkets each year (then 1%) and on select US streaming services, plus 3% back at US gas stations and on transit including rideshares, taxis, tolls, trains, and more. Redeem your points for statement credits, gift cards, or merchandise. The card charges a $95 annual fee, but you can easily earn over $600 in rewards your first year. While it's fun to splurge now and again, most people spend the bulk of their money in the most boring ways possible. We pay our mortgage or rent payments, put gas in the car, and cover the high costs of raising kids and healthcare. Oh, and we put food on the table — lots and lots of food. But, what if you could earn some cash back on all those grocery bills? What if you could earn a lot of cash back? The Blue Cash Preferred Card from American Express offers exactly that — 6% back on your first $6,000 in supermarket spending each year. The card does come with a $95 annual fee, but we feel the fee is well worth it.
Original Article @ Business Insider

2019-08-04 The Week In Cannabis: Aphria's Earnings, New York's Decriminalization, Crapo's Support, Pirro's Involvement New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill to decriminalize cannabis use and expunge all criminal penalties for possession of 2 ounces or less of marijuana. Meanwhile, Sen. Mike Crapo (R-ID) came out in support of federal banking protections for state legal cannabis businesses, a federal court ordered the DEA to explain its delays in approving applications for cannabis research; Fox’s Jeanine Pirro joined the board of directors of SOL Global Investments Corp (OTC: SOLCF ) subsidiary HeavenlyRx; and top aides of the new UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson reportedly could hold the key to legalization in the country. On the markets front, Aphria Inc (NYSE: APHA ) took the stage as the stock spiked 30% following a favorable earnings report, including the first ever profitable quarter reported by any Canadian cannabis company. On the other end of the spectrum was CannTrust Holdings Inc (NYSE: CTST ), which saw its stock recuperate a bit after firing key execs following a massive licensing scandal, but still announced it would consider a sale of the entire company to a bigger player. “The misdeeds of some of the market's cannabis companies has weighed on the entire group,” said Debra Borchardt, CEO of Green Market Report. “CannTrust says it’s for sale now; but if the company loses its licenses, then really what is it worth?” If you want to get this news recap in your email inbox every week, please subscribe to https://tinyletter.com/javierhasse “It will probably end up being a fire sale for a bargain hunter and the shareholders are hurt because the company couldn't follow the rules,” Borchardt said.
Original Article @ Benzinga

2019-08-02 Kroger Stock Is Finally Cheap Enough to Buy, Analyst Says Pivotal Research argues that the beleaguered grocery chain’s stock is oversold and says the time to buy “has finally arrived.”
Original Article @ Barron's

2019-08-02 Kroger and Visa have settled their transaction-routing lawsuit, but some tensions remain (KR, V) This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence Payments & Commerce subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. Kroger and Visa have reached a settlement in a suit surrounding transaction routing. The suit was filed by Kroger in 2016, alleging that Visa attempted to influence its plans for how to handle EMV debit card payments, according to Digital Transactions . The retailer reportedly complained that Visa approved its new EMV point-of-sale (POS) terminals that would request a PIN rather than a signature from consumers, but later threatened fines and the possibility of removing Kroger's ability to accept Visa's debit cards to make it change its plans because the new terminals would route payments away from Visa's network. Kroger was likely opposed to the change because chip-and-PIN transactions can be more secure and cheaper than chip-and-signature transactions. Visa denied the allegations, and now the two firms have entered into an undisclosed settlement agreement and the case has been dismissed.
Original Article @ Business Insider

2019-07-29 (CWBHF), Kroger Company (The) (NYSE:KR) - Charlotte's Web Hemp CBD Products Will Be Sold At Kroger Charlotte's Web Holdings, Inc. (TSX:CWEB) (OTC: CWBHF) on Monday said The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) will start carrying Charlotte’s Web topical …
Original Article @ Benzinga

Dividend Stats For KR

  • Current Dividend Yield 2.11%
  • Past Year Payout: 0.58 USD
  • Next Ex Dividend Undeclared
  • Next Payment: N/A USD
  • Our score 73 %

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