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What shareholders need to know about the small-cap company’s record-setting stock split and interim dividend announcement

Shareholders should know that a record date is the date on which the company determines which shareholders are eligible to receive a dividend or other distribution. In the case of a stock split or interim dividend, the record date is the date on which the company determines which shareholders are eligible to receive the split shares or the dividend payment. The record date is usually set several days before the ex-dividend date, which is the date on which the dividend or other distribution will be paid out. It is important to note that shareholders must own the stock before the record date in order to be eligible to receive the dividend or other distribution. Additionally, shareholders should be aware that dividends or other distributions may be subject to taxes. It is also important to understand the risks associated with investing in a small-cap company.