Dividend History

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Fundamental Data for AGL ENERGY(AGL)

Sector: Utilities
Price: $21.93 (delayed)
Year High: $26.52
Year Low: $20.16
Market Capitalisation: $13.628 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $7.81 billion
Earnings per Share: 7.81 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 8.6
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 2.07

Dividend Payment History for AGL ENERGY(AGL)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
20-02-201921-02-201922-03-2019$0.5580%$0.18857$0.73857---
22-08-201823-08-201821-09-2018$0.6380%$0.216$0.846---
22-02-201823-02-201826-03-2018$0.5480%$0.18514$0.72514$21.566.38%-2.64%
23-08-201724-08-201722-09-2017$0.580%$0.17143$0.67143$22.265.39%22.42%
23-02-201724-02-201727-03-2017$0.4180%$0.14057$0.55057$24.684.26%46.43%
24-08-201625-08-201622-09-2016$0.36100%$0.15429$0.51429$18.795.04%30.66%
23-02-201625-02-201616-03-2016$0.32100%$0.13714$0.45714$18.065.16%38.79%
25-08-201527-08-201524-09-2015$0.34100%$0.14571$0.48571$16.702.91%30.26%
02-09-201404-09-201430-09-2014$0.33100%$0.14143$0.47143$14.686.13%12.98%
03-03-201407-03-201404-04-2014$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$15.905.66%9.66%
02-09-201306-09-201327-09-2013$0.33100%$0.14143$0.47143$14.256.32%1.75%
05-03-201312-03-201304-04-2013$0.3100%$0.12857$0.42857$16.175.48%27.28%
30-08-201205-09-201227-09-2012$0.32100%$0.13714$0.45714$14.865.86%10.16%
01-03-201208-03-201205-04-2012$0.29100%$0.12429$0.41429$13.056.57%4.02%
02-09-201109-09-201129-09-2011$0.31100%$0.13286$0.44286$13.975.25%6.93%
18-03-201125-03-201114-04-2011$0.290%$0.00$0.29$12.694.65%-1.04%
06-09-201010-09-201030-09-2010$0.30%$0.00$0.3$14.095.07%22.86%
04-03-201011-03-201007-04-2010$0.29100%$0.12429$0.41429$12.926.30%22.63%
04-09-200910-09-200930-09-2009$0.28100%$0.12$0.4$12.056.40%5.44%
05-03-200912-03-200903-04-2009$0.26100%$0.11143$0.37143$11.466.61%46.31%
29-08-200804-09-200826-09-2008$0.27100%$0.11571$0.38571$12.965.84%11.25%
19-03-200827-03-200816-04-2008$0.26100%$0.11143$0.37143$9.228.06%-19.00%
31-08-200706-09-200728-09-2007$0.26100%$0.11143$0.37143$12.474.07%-18.69%
05-03-200709-03-200722-03-2007$0.095100%$0.04071$0.13571$11.941.14%-20.50%

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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