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Nestlé plant in the Philippines

 The  Swiss group is the largest dividend payer in Europe.

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Frankfurt, Düsseldorf So far it doesn’t look like the all-clear: © www.de24.news

 The  spreading mutants of the Covid-19 virus ensure that people are mostly at home and that the economy does not take off as hoped. For shareholders this means: after a year 2020 with massive dividend cuts around the globe, companies will also reduce their distributions in the first quarter of 2021. This is what the British fund provider Janus Henderson found in a study available to the Handelsblatt.

According to the fund managers, the decline will be less than in the second half of 2020. And despite great uncertainty about how quickly the virus can be contained by vaccinations, there is hope that companies worldwide will be able to distribute more for the year as a whole: at best, expect fund managers five percent higher dividend payments totaling $ 1.32 trillion. If the pandemic subsides more slowly, companies could also slightly reduce their distributions further.

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