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    Abbvie, information about the company

    AbbVie is an American pharmaceutical and biotechnology company. It was founded in 2013 as a spin-off from Abbott Laboratories.

    Headquartered in Lake Bluff (Illinois), the company operates in the fields of immunology, oncology, and virology, among others. Its worldwide sales in 2020 were $45.8 billion.

    Abbvie has approximately 48,000 employees around the world in more than 70 countries.

    Abbvie takes on the toughest health challenges. They go beyond treating the disease: their goal is to have a significant impact on people’s lives. AbbVie is a research-focused biopharmaceutical company.

    More than 57 million people are treated each year with Abbvie products in more than 175 countries

    In addition, Abbvie has manufacturing facilities and R+D+I departments in 20 countries.

    Where is Abbvie listed and what is the Abbvie ticker?

    Abbvie is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), better known as Wall Street under the ticker NYSE:AABV.

    To which sector and industry does Abbvie belong?

    Abbvie belongs to the Health sector and the Biotechnology and medicines industry.

    Next Abbvie dividend

    The next dividend of Abbvie will be on February 15, 2023, for $1.48 per share.

    The ex-dividend date (date on which they are no longer entitled to receive te previously announced Abbvie dividend) is January 12, 2023.

    This means that to qualify for Abbvie’s dividend, you must purchase shares before the ex-date or ex-dividend date.

    You can check this and other dividends in the dividend calendar or on the next dividends page.

    Abbvie Dividend Policy

    Abbvie has maintained a growing dividend policy since its inception in 2013, making a quarterly payment in the middle of the month, usually on the 15th. The months that Abbvie pays dividends are February, May, August and November.

    The payout is around 40%, a little more than others in its sector, even so it is a low payout that gives more security to the payment of future dividends.

    Abbvie Dividend History

    Abbvie’s dividend from its inception in 2013 to the present is growing, it is a company that we can study for the DGI (Dividend Growth Investing) strategy.

    YearPay dateAmountTotal
    202302/15/2023$1.48$1.48
    2022


    11/15/2022
    08/15/2022
    05/16/2022
    02/15/2022
    $1.41
    $1.41
    $1.41
    $1.41
    $5.64


    2021


    11/15/2021
    08/16/2021
    05/14/2021
    02/16/2021
    $1.3
    $1.3
    $1.3
    $1.3
    $5.2


    2020


    11/16/2020
    08/14/2020
    05/15/2020
    02/14/2020
    $1.18
    $1.18
    $1.18
    $1.18
    $4.72


    2019


    11/15/2019
    08/15/2019
    05/15/2019
    02/15/2019
    $1.07
    $1.07
    $1.07
    $1.07
    $4.28


    2018


    11/15/2018
    08/15/2018
    05/15/2018
    02/15/2018
    $0.96
    $0.96
    $0.96
    $0.71
    $3.59


    2017


    11/15/2017
    08/15/2017
    05/15/2017
    02/15/2017
    $0.64
    $0.64
    $0.64
    $0.64
    $2.56


    2016


    11/15/2016
    08/15/2016
    05/16/2016
    02/16/2016
    $0.57
    $0.57
    $0.57
    $0.57
    $2.28


    2015


    11/16/2015
    08/14/2015
    05/15/2015
    02/13/2015
    $0.51
    $0.51
    $0.51
    $0.49
    $2.02


    2014


    11/17/2014
    08/15/2014
    05/15/2014
    02/14/2014
    $0.42
    $0.42
    $0.42
    $0.4
    $1.66


    2013


    11/15/2013
    08/15/2013
    05/15/2013
    02/15/2013
    $0.4
    $0.4
    $0.4
    $0.4
    $1.6


    Abbvie dividend history

    Source: Abbvie

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