Even the mining company distributed the largest amount of profits in the history of that period.
The survey looked at all publicly traded companies with data available between 2010 and 2021.
Evolution 2010-2021 without Petrobras and Vale
as numbers Petrobras And yes Too high, the two companies were excluded from the first survey so as not to distort the sample.
Thus, the numbers show that in 2021, the size of dividends and JCP The 226 companies in the sample distributed R$145.2 billion, the highest amount disbursed so far.
In 2020, R$82.5 billion of dividend and interest was distributed to shareholders’ equity, which is 30.5% lower than in 2019. The volume distributed in 2021 is 76% higher than in 2020 and 22.4% higher than in 2020. 2019
When the subject is the oil company and the mining company, the combined numbers exceed that of the 226 companies.
This is because in 2021, Petrobras distributed R$72.72 billion and Vale distributed R$73.29 billion in dividends.
Therefore, the total of the two companies in 2021 amounted to R$ 146.01 billion, which is a value higher than R$ 145.2 billion distributed among 226 accumulated companies.
In 2020, Petrobras and Vale together distributed R$25.37 billion. Until the record year 2021, the largest amount distributed was in 2011, when the two companies spent R$25.78 billion.
Biggest Dividend Payers and JCPs
Vale, with a distribution of R$73.2 billion in 2021, tops the list as the company that paid the most dividends and interest on shares from 2010 to 2021.
The company appears in four other opportunities among the largest on the list, in 2011, 2012, 2018, and 2020.
Petrobras comes in second on the list, with 72.7 billion Brazilian riyals. The company also holds another record in 2011 as one of the best income generating companies.
The 20 largest volumes of dividend and equity interest are concentrated in four sectors: banking; Metallic beer and soft drinks. exploration, refining and distribution.
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