Fashion retailer Buckle has announced plans to pay investors a dividend [link opens in PDF] of $0.20 per share this quarter.

The company has paid this amount since January 2009, after dropping its payout by a nickel, or 20%, from $0.25 per share. Buckle has also periodically given investors special one-time dividends, most recently paying an additional $4.70 in December 2012.

The latest quarterly dividend will be payable on Oct. 25 to shareholders of record as of Oct. 15. Annualized, Buckle's quarterly payouts add to $0.80 per share of common stock. The company's stock was trading at $53.48 as of the market's close on Sept. 16. As a result, Buckle's dividend currently yields 1.49%.


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