Divisions grow 8.4% globally in 2022 and half of the growth is due to oil and gas producers and the financial sector. Although growth is expected to slow by 2023, the world as a whole invests at 1.60 trillion dollars
A dozen countries around the world, such as the United States, Canada, Brazil, China, India and Taiwan, have registered an increase in dividends worldwide. record salary in dollarsas Janus Henderson reports. In addition, countries such as France or Germany have registered records in their local currencies.
Half of the growth is attributed to this oil and gas producer and financier. With rising energy prices, oil and gas producers’ salaries increased by almost 67%, and the energy sector was estimated to account for 25% of global growth in 2022, emerging market companies report the greatest growth. The US was growing more slowly because they were less exposed to the fastest growing sectors in 2022.
Another 25% is owed to banks and other entities in the financial sector in countries such as the United States, the United States and Europe, helped by the recovery of the sector after the pandemic. The automotive and luxury goods sectors, as well as financial and shipping companies, were the biggest drivers of dividend growth in Europe, with Denmark and Germany standing out. Although some sectors have existed, there has been growth on a global scale. 88% of companies increased their dividends or kept them stable.
On the other hand the emerging markets of Asia-Pacific and Europeexcluding Japan, dividend growth posted around 20% in the underlying rate. Divided growth USA it was above average, in Japan it was affected by the weak Japanese, but dividends increased by almost 17% and in Britain, distributions increased. 12.1%
However, growth slowed in the fourth quarter, with underlying growth dropping to 7.8%. Furthermore, a continuation of this slowdown in dividend growth is expected this year, since compensation of 1.60 trillion Dollar2.3% more categories, which is equivalent to an increase of 3.4% in the rate to be under
How then to explain Jane Shoemake, Client Portfolio Manager in Jan Henderson’s Global Equity Income team: “Cash flows of companies will be pressured both by lower levels of demand and higher debt servicing costs, which will limit dividend margin growth.” The strong rise in dividends in 2022 is likely to be repeated in 2023, with oil prices already moderate and mining shares expected to fall further.
As for himself, John Fierro, Director at Ian Henderson for Iberia He points out: “If we focus on the European region, in 2022 we see how dividends have increased by 20.4% in adjusted terms. As in the rest of the world, there were sectoral trends that dominated those of a geographical nature. Specifically in Spain, a significant increase was recorded under 17.8% in 2022 by sector values bankers who participated in the end of the intervention in the distribution of dividends and the pandemic imposed by the ECB.