Updated Dec 31, 2020
The Textiles subsector (industrial classification) falls under the broader Basic Industries sector. The following list presents stocks of the companies which belong to the Textiles class. Fknol.com has a total of 3 stocks in its records for the companies belonging to the Textiles category, out of which 2 belong to the Textiles (Basic Industries) sector. Additionally, the sub-sector 'Textiles' is also categorized under other major sectors, which is where the remaining 1 stocks of the Textiles sub-sector are classified. To view the stocks of companies of those other subsector-sector combination, see: ▶ Textiles (Consumer Non-Durables): See list of stocks.
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Stocks of Textiles (Basic Industries) Sector
▶ Albany International (AIN): The NYSE-listed New York, NY-based Albany International Corp., incorporated on July 24, 1987, is focused on textiles and materials processing business. The Company operates through two segments: Machine Clothing and Albany Engineered Composites.Machine ClothingThe Companys ....See Detailed Company Profile and Dividend History.
▶ Crown Crafts (CRWS): The NASDAQ-listed Louisiana, LA-based Crown Crafts, Inc., incorporated on August 5, 2003, operates indirectly through its subsidiaries, Crown Crafts Infant Products, Inc. (CCIP) and Hamco, Inc. (Hamco), in the infant and toddler products segment ....See Detailed Company Profile and Dividend History.
Dividend Stocks of Textiles (Basic Industries) Sector
Among all the stocks of the Textiles (Basic Industries) sector which are included in the above mentioned all-inclusive stock list, a few are known to be regular dividend paying stocks. The list of such frequent dividend paying stocks of the Textiles (Basic Industries) can be explored as follows. It is based on the recent records of dividends announced/paid by the company since the date/month mentioned for each stock. Owing to the limited number of dividend records maintained by FKnol.com, it is possible that a particular company may have paid more or less dividends.