Insider Trading Activity Ing Prime Rate Trust (NYSE:PPR) – Director Sold 1 shares of Stock

Insider Trading Activity For Ing Prime Rate Trust (NYSE:PPR)

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Mark Weber , Director of Ing Prime Rate Trust (NYSE:PPR) reportedly Sold 1 shares of the company’s stock at an average price of 5.12 for a total transaction amount of $5.12 SEC Form

Analyst Ratings History For Ing Prime Rate Trust (NYSE:PPR)

  • On 1/15/2018 AltaCorp Capital Reiterated Rating Buy with a price target of $0.60

Dividend Information For Ing Prime Rate Trust (NYSE:PPR)
Ing Prime Rate Trust (NYSE:PPR) pays an annual dividend of $0.26 with a yield of 5.08% and an average dividend growth of -5.30% (3 Year Average).

Dividend History For Ing Prime Rate Trust (NYSE:PPR)

  • On 7/1/2013 Ing Prime Rate Trust announced a monthly dividend of $0.0365 7.01% with an ex dividend date of 7/8/2013 which will be payable on 7/22/2013.
  • On 8/1/2013 Ing Prime Rate Trust announced a monthly dividend of $0.0350 6.77% with an ex dividend date of 8/8/2013 which will be payable on 8/22/2013.
  • On 8/30/2013 Ing Prime Rate Trust announced a sep 13 dividend of $0.0330 with an ex dividend date of 9/6/2013 which will be payable on 9/23/2013.
  • On 9/3/2013 Ing Prime Rate Trust announced a aug 13 dividend of $0.33 with an ex dividend date of which will be payable on 9/23/2013.
  • On 9/3/2013 Ing Prime Rate Trust announced a monthly dividend of $0.0330 6.45% with an ex dividend date of 9/6/2013 which will be payable on 9/23/2013.
  • On 10/1/2013 Ing Prime Rate Trust announced a sep 13 dividend of $0.0315 with an ex dividend date of which will be payable on 10/22/2013.
  • On 10/1/2013 Ing Prime Rate Trust announced a monthly dividend of $0.0315 6.16% with an ex dividend date of 10/8/2013 which will be payable on 10/22/2013.
  • Recent Trading Activity for Ing Prime Rate Trust (NYSE:PPR)
    Shares of Ing Prime Rate Trust closed the previous trading session at 5.12 +0.00 0.00% with 5.110000133514404 shares trading hands.

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