Ex dividend

Known as Ex div or xd. A term used in share listings to denote that the share is sold without the right to receive the dividend payment which is marked as due to those shareholders who are on the share register at a pre-announced date. This is the opposite of cum dividend (www.practicallaw.com/A34784).

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