See PR dated 8/9, the figures are for the quarter ended 6/30. I believe your EPS figure is an annual figure.
If you want to work with annual figures vs. quarterly, that's fine. In which case, how can they support $2/share in divs. with GAAP earnings of $1.32?
I realize the divs. are figured on a taxable income basis vs. GAAP, and apparently there are large differences between the 2 methods of accounting for this firm. But I always thought that GAAP earnings would provide the best measure of a company's long-term ability to pay dividends, not the amount of that companys taxable income.