The dividend yield should be the only thing Yahoo is erroneously showing re: PZN and we'd be in good shape.
Its info is fraught with bad information and continues to be, despite PZN's attempts (at my urging) to get them to recognize the true and correct data. They (according to IR) refuse to do anything to correct the situation and accept the ACCURATE data which PZN has been informing them of.
At the beginning of this year, I posted the fact that such things as ADV and Market Cap would be WRONG and explained why. They continue to be WRONG.
In answer to your question, Reitmaster_98, about the dividend yield being wrong, did you ever notice that before PZN recently declared the $0.55 currently indicated on Yahoo, that it previously showed zilch, zero, nada? Why did it do that? This is the PZN quote site, for heaven's sake. PZN had been paying a dividend for more than a year before the merger but you would've never known that looking at this site, post-merger.
The answer to your question is that someone at Market Guide considers the data relating to the pre-merger CCA to be operative here. That's why the maket cap is wrong (erroneous shares outstanding, no recognition of HSBC's periodic purchases despite PZN informing them of the correct S/O). Since CCA had not been paying a quarterly cash dividend, M-G (and by extension, Yahoo) only recognize the $0.55 that's been declared thus far (post-merger) rather than the $2.20 it would be extended to on an annual basis (and would be shown that way by Yahoo) if they didn't take the obstinate position I'm informed they have.
I'll try to see if I can get the name and e-mail address of the individual @ M-G responsible so that this thread can express itself, if it so chooses. Otherwise, I think our next best bet is to see if we can't get the authorities to "Free Ted K." There are occasions when his "talents" would come in handy and this has been shaping up to be one of those times.