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ex-dividendadjective

uk   us   (also informal ex div, abbreviation xd) FINANCE
relating to a share that is sold where the buyer does not have the right to receive a particular dividend (= payment): ex-dividend share prices
ex-dividend
adverb
The shares were quoted ex-dividend on 12 April.
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