CCV

Cash Converters International (CCV)

Stock Code

CCV

Stock Exchange

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Cash Converters International's (CCV) core business involves the buying and selling of secondhand goods over the counter for cash. The company has a strong brand, image and global presence with locations in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Japan, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Germany, Portugal, USA, Canada, Argentina. It also provides secured and unsecured loans, and operates a number of corporate stores, trading under the Cash Converters name.

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Cash Converters International Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 13:39

Study the dividend history for CASH CONVERTERS INTERNATIONAL. A taxable payment declared by a company's board of directors and given to its shareholders out of the company's current or retained earnings, usually quarterly. Dividends are usually given as cash (cash dividend), but they can also take the form of stock (stock dividend) or other property. Dividends provide an incentive to own stock in stable companies even if they are not experiencing much growth. Companies are not required to pay dividends.

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