Arlington Asset Investment Declares Q2 Dividend

Arlington Asset Investment (NYSE: AI  ) continues to distribute some of its take in the form of shareholder payouts. The company has declared a dividend for its Q2 of $0.875 per share. This will be paid on July 31 to shareholders of record as of June 28. That amount matches each of the firm's preceding quarterly distributions stretching back to mid-2011. Prior to that, it handed out $0.75 per share.

The firm has been a reliable dividend payer over the years. Since 2010, its disbursement has ranged from $0.35 per share to the present level.

The just-declared dividend annualizes to $3.50 per share. That yields 12.4% at Arlington Asset Investment's current stock price of $28.31.


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