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Ex-Dividend

A stock is said to be trading "ex-dividend" when a buyer of that stock would not receive an upcoming dividend distribution because the trade will not have settled until after the "Record Date" for the distribution. The stock may therefore trade at a slightly lower price during the ex-dividend period, which is generally the last two business days before the record date.

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