Ship Finance International Limited(SFL) is having a Dividend Yield of 12.12% with the Annual cash Dividend per share of $1.8. The last quarter cash dividend per share pay out was $0.45. Ship Finance International Limited has a 5 year average dividend yield of 10.1% and the stock has a Indicated annual dividend of $1.8. Ship Finance International Limited(SFL) formally announced its most recent dividend on November 30, 2016 with a Dividend per share of $0.45. The new indicated annual dividend based on announced dividend per share is $1.8. The dividend yield based on the forward looking indicated annual dividend is 12.12%. Ship Finance International Limited(SFL) has the most recent dividend payout ratio of 0.92 with a 5-year average payout ratio of 1.13. The 5 year historical dividend growth of Ship Finance International Limited(SFL) is at the rate of 7.99% while the R-Squared dividend growth is 0.36. If the value of R-Square is close to one, it indicates a perfect fit and the higher value conforms to the regression line while data close to zero indicates the opposite.
Ship Finance International Limited (NYSE:SFL) witnessed a decline in the market cap on Thursday as its shares dropped 1.35% or 0.2 points. After the session commenced at $14.85, the stock reached the higher end at $14.9177 while it hit a low of $14.545. With the volume soaring to 827,883 shares, the last trade was called at $14.65. The company has a 52-week high of $16.28. The company has a market cap of $1,370 million and there are 93,504,575 shares in outstanding. The 52-week low of the share price is $11.47. Shares of Ship Finance International Limited appreciated by 0.34% during the last five trading days but lost 6.09% on a 4-week basis. Ship Finance International Limited is up 11.05% in the last 3-month period. Year-to-Date the stock performance stands at -1.35%.
Institutional Investors own 27.08% of Ship Finance International Limited shares.
Ship Finance is a major shipowning company. Including newbuildings, Ship Finance owns a fleet consisting of vessels, including crude oil tankers (VLCC and Suezmax), oil/bulk/ore vessels, container vessels, dry bulk carriers, jack-up drilling rigs and seismic vessels. The fleet is one of the largest in the world and most of the vessels are employed on medium- or long-term charters.