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Dividend arithmetic

If you invest in high yielding shares you might come across one or two adjustments that can be puzzling. Why, for example, do high-yielding shares always drop sharply on two Wednesdays each year? And what does that little 'xd' symbol by the side of the price in the newspaper share price listings mean?

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