On May 24, 2023, Computer Modelling Group declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.05 per share ($0.20 annualized), which is unchanged from the previous quarter. To be eligible for the dividend, shareholders must purchase the shares before the ex-dividend date of June 6, 2023. Shareholders of record as of June 7 will receive the payment on June 15. At the current share price of $4.93, the stock’s dividend yield is 4.06%.
Computer Modelling Group’s projected annual revenue is $77 million, and its projected annual non-GAAP EPS is $0.30. The average one-year price target for the company is $5.86, with a high of $7.73 and a low of $4.46. This suggests an 18.84% increase from the latest reported closing price of $4.93.
34 funds or institutions are currently reporting positions in Computer Modelling Group, with an average portfolio weight of all funds dedicated to CMDXF at 0.16%. The total shares owned by institutions have decreased by 4.95% to 11,463K shares in the last three months.
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Several funds hold shares in Computer Modelling Group, with the Royce Pennsylvania Mutual Fund Investment Class holding the most with 2,652K shares. The Fidelity Series Canada Fund and the Fidelity International Small Cap Fund hold 2,597K shares and 2,173K shares, respectively. The Stock Account Class R1 of College Retirement Equities Fund and the Royce Micron Cap Trust hold 1,000K shares and 595K shares, respectively.
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