Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 09 August 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 135
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 AFIC(AFI)

Sector: Diversified Financials
Price: $5.92 (delayed)
Year High: $5.99
Year Low: $5.32
Market Capitalisation: $6.564 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $5.6 billion
Earnings per Share: 5.6 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 24.2
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0.99

Dividend Payment History for AFIC(AFI)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
07-02-201708-02-201724-02-2017$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$5.855.86%8.27%
09-08-201610-08-201630-08-2016$0.14100%$0.06$0.2$5.875.84%-1.38%
03-02-201605-02-201619-02-2016$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$5.785.93%-0.28%
07-08-201511-08-201528-08-2015$0.14100%$0.06$0.2$6.315.21%7.77%
05-02-201509-02-201520-02-2015$0.09100%$0.03857$0.12857$6.065.42%2.88%
08-08-201412-08-201429-08-2014$0.14100%$0.06$0.2$6.225.05%15.45%
04-02-201410-02-201421-02-2014$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$6.005.24%15.86%
09-08-201315-08-201330-08-2013$0.14100%$0.06$0.2$5.845.75%40.04%
05-02-201311-02-201322-02-2013$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$5.316.05%35.70%
12-11-201216-11-201214-12-2012$0.015100%$0.00643$0.02143$4.796.71%31.40%
10-08-201216-08-201231-08-2012$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$4.366.88%18.27%
03-02-201209-02-201224-02-2012$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$4.137.26%-1.12%
12-08-201119-08-201131-08-2011$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$3.977.56%-2.29%
04-02-201111-02-201125-02-2011$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$4.486.70%2.80%
13-08-201019-08-201001-09-2010$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$4.346.91%7.91%
05-02-201011-02-201026-02-2010$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$4.466.73%35.23%
11-08-200917-08-200901-09-2009$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$4.426.79%3.74%
10-02-200916-02-200902-03-2009$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$3.408.82%-22.76%
05-08-200811-08-200825-08-2008$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$4.356.90%-8.46%
05-02-200811-02-200827-02-2008$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$5.006.00%8.83%
01-08-200708-08-200722-08-2007$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$5.095.89%26.53%
14-02-200720-02-200708-03-2007$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$4.985.31%26.98%
02-08-200609-08-200623-08-2006$0.105100%$0.045$0.15$4.145.87%22.77%
15-02-200621-02-200607-03-2006$0.065100%$0.02786$0.09286$4.055.82%27.55%
03-08-200509-08-200523-08-2005$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$3.456.63%25.98%
23-02-200501-03-200518-03-2005$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$3.246.50%18.99%
26-07-200430-07-200419-08-2004$0.0875100%$0.0375$0.125$2.917.00%0.44%
16-02-200420-02-200412-03-2004$0.055100%$0.02357$0.07857$2.926.97%12.76%
28-07-200301-08-200315-08-2003$0.0875100%$0.0375$0.125$3.066.65%-
17-02-200321-02-200307-03-2003$0.055100%$0.02357$0.07857$2.767.38%-
23-07-200229-07-200214-08-2002$0.0875100%$0.0375$0.125$3.126.52%6.18%
18-02-200222-02-200207-03-2002$0.055100%$0.02357$0.07857$3.306.17%36.86%
19-07-200125-07-200115-08-2001$0.0325100%$0.01393$0.04643$3.086.61%-
01-06-200107-06-200129-06-2001$0.055100%$0.02357$0.07857$2.889.30%-
15-02-200121-02-200107-03-2001$0.055100%$0.02357$0.07857$2.557.42%-
20-07-200026-07-200016-08-2000$0.0775100%$0.03321$0.11071---
16-02-200022-02-200007-03-2000$0.045100%$0.01929$0.06429---
15-07-199921-07-199911-08-1999$0.0725100%$0.03107$0.10357---
17-02-199923-02-199915-03-1999$0.045100%$0.01929$0.06429---
13-08-199821-08-199804-09-1998$0.0675100%$0.02893$0.09643---
27-02-199810-03-199827-03-1998$0.045100%$0.01929$0.06429---
14-08-199722-08-199712-09-1997$0.0675100%$0.02893$0.09643---

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.

Dividend News Articles for AFIC(AFI)


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AFIC's profit 10pc down, but maintains dividend
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The $6.6 billion Australia Foundation Investment Company (AFI) yesterday unveiled a full-year profit of $265.8 million, which was down nearly 10 per cent year-on-year, mainly due to the previous period's inclusion of a $32m special dividend from the ...
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AFIG notes - Intelligent Investor

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... AFIG notes as well as the interim AFI dividend (10c/share in February 2015) * around 22% of AFI shares on issue when the last dividend was paid (August 2016) participated in some form of dividend reinvestment (diluting the share base) * if all AFIG ...



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