Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Thursday 17 January 2019
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 31
This is only a forecast. Forecast ex-dividend dates are taken from company's website or by using previous ex-dividend dates as a guide. Please confirm ex-dividend date with your broker.

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Fundamental Data for ABACUS(ABP)

Sector: Real Estate
Price: $0.00 (delayed)
Year High: $4.26
Year Low: $3.31
Market Capitalisation: $2.016 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $3.18 billion
Earnings per Share: 3.18 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 8.3
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 2% per annum
Dividend Cover: 2.34

Dividend Payment History for ABACUS(ABP)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
28-06-201829-06-201831-08-2018$0.090%$0.00$0.09---
17-01-201818-01-201828-02-2018$0.090%$0.00$0.09$3.564.93%32.07%
06-07-201707-07-201731-08-2017$0.08750%$0.00$0.0875$3.035.71%4.93%
17-01-201718-01-201728-02-2017$0.08750%$0.00$0.0875$2.955.77%5.73%
06-07-201607-07-201631-08-2016$0.0850%$0.00$0.085$3.155.33%22.38%
15-01-201619-01-201626-02-2016$0.0850%$0.00$0.085$2.975.64%11.19%
06-07-201508-07-201514-08-2015$0.0850%$0.00$0.085$2.905.79%31.29%
15-01-201519-01-201527-02-2015$0.0850%$0.00$0.085$3.155.40%53.00%
04-07-201408-07-201415-08-2014$0.0850%$0.00$0.085$2.596.47%28.86%
17-01-201423-01-201427-02-2014$0.08250%$0.00$0.0825$2.307.17%19.66%
05-07-201311-07-201315-08-2013$0.08250%$0.00$0.0825$2.237.40%22.19%
22-01-201329-01-201327-02-2013$0.08250%$0.00$0.0825$2.167.64%35.17%
06-07-201212-07-201215-08-2012$0.08250%$0.00$0.0825$1.908.68%-0.24%
20-01-201227-01-201213-03-2012$0.08250%$0.00$0.0825$1.759.43%-3.77%
07-07-201114-07-201115-08-2011$0.08250%$0.00$0.0825$2.077.97%-73.39%
14-01-201120-01-201125-02-2011$0.08250%$0.00$0.0825$2.014.93%-77.66%
07-07-201013-07-201011-08-2010$0.01650%$0.00$0.0165$8.400.38%10.22%
08-01-201014-01-201023-02-2010$0.0150%$0.00$0.015$9.870.23%109.59%
06-07-200910-07-200907-08-2009$0.00750%$0.00$0.0075$7.540.56%-66.37%
25-03-200931-03-200908-05-2009$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$5.801.81%-76.38%
13-01-200919-01-200916-03-2009$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175---83.07%
24-09-200830-09-200806-11-2008$0.0350%$0.00$0.035$20.100.68%-46.36%
24-06-200830-06-200807-08-2008$0.0350%$0.00$0.035$24.550.55%-34.01%
25-03-200831-03-200808-05-2008$0.0350%$0.00$0.035$25.000.53%-35.29%
21-12-200731-12-200707-02-2008$0.03250%$0.00$0.0325$33.150.39%-4.70%
24-09-200728-09-200708-11-2007$0.03250%$0.00$0.0325$37.540.34%21.16%
22-06-200728-06-200709-08-2007$0.03250%$0.00$0.0325$38.580.32%34.16%
26-03-200730-03-200710-05-2007$0.03250%$0.00$0.0325$38.840.32%30.75%
21-12-200629-12-200608-02-2007$0.030%$0.00$0.03$34.920.34%25.41%
25-09-200629-09-200610-11-2006$0.030%$0.00$0.03$31.210.38%17.43%
26-06-200630-06-200610-08-2006$0.030%$0.00$0.03$28.770.41%13.11%
20-03-200624-03-200610-05-2006$0.030%$0.00$0.03$29.800.39%17.74%
22-12-200530-12-200510-02-2006$0.0290%$0.00$0.029$27.390.42%10.73%
26-09-200530-09-200510-11-2005$0.0290%$0.00$0.029$26.700.43%14.89%
24-06-200530-06-200510-08-2005$0.0290%$0.00$0.029$25.540.45%19.10%
23-03-200531-03-200510-05-2005$0.0290%$0.00$0.029$25.710.45%17.01%
15-12-200421-12-200410-02-2005$0.0280%$0.00$0.028$24.470.47%15.85%
24-09-200430-09-200410-11-2004$0.0280%$0.00$0.028$23.340.49%7.74%
24-06-200430-06-200411-08-2004$0.030%$0.00$0.03$21.540.52%-3.38%
25-03-200431-03-200412-05-2004$0.0280%$0.00$0.028$21.620.50%0.74%
23-12-200331-12-200312-02-2004$0.0280%$0.00$0.028$21.140.57%5.51%
24-09-200330-09-200312-11-2003$0.02630%$0.00$0.0263$21.950.42%-
24-06-200330-06-200312-08-2003$0.02630%$0.00$0.0263$22.040.30%-
25-03-200331-03-200309-05-2003$0.02630%$0.00$0.0263$21.030.19%-
13-01-200317-01-200313-02-2003$0.01330%$0.00$0.0133$20.380.07%-

Notes:

  • Care should be taken interpreting this chart as all dividend payments for final year may not have been paid.
  • The financial year that the dividend is allocated depends on the payment date of the dividend, not the ex-dividend date.
  • Dividend history has not been adjusted for any capital reconstructions which may have effected dividend entitlement per share.

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