Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Friday 08 September 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 132
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 AIR NEW ZEALAND(AIZ)

Sector: Transportation
Price: $2.10 (delayed)
Year High: $2.78
Year Low: $1.61
Market Capitalisation: $2.279 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $1.68 billion
Earnings per Share: 1.68 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 5.2
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): -63.31% per annum
Dividend Cover: 2.09

Dividend Payment History for AIR NEW ZEALAND(AIZ)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
09-03-201710-03-201717-03-2017$0.09320%$0.00$0.0932$2.1219.06%9.15%
08-09-201609-09-201619-09-2016$0.33580%$0.00$0.3358$2.0119.90%24.88%
10-03-201611-03-201618-03-2016$0.09220%$0.00$0.0922$2.487.05%6.37%
09-09-201511-09-201521-09-2015$0.08580%$0.00$0.0858$2.306.43%35.29%
11-03-201513-03-201520-03-2015$0.06220%$0.00$0.0622$2.847.09%92.49%
10-09-201412-09-201422-09-2014$0.13910%$0.00$0.1391$1.999.11%84.00%
07-03-201414-03-201421-03-2014$0.04210%$0.00$0.0421$1.705.01%57.98%
09-09-201313-09-201323-09-2013$0.0430630%$0.00$0.043063$1.205.53%60.31%
08-03-201315-03-201322-03-2013$0.0243110%$0.00$0.024311$1.154.13%93.15%
10-09-201214-09-201226-09-2012$0.023190%$0.00$0.02319$0.824.44%15.73%
05-03-201212-03-201221-03-2012$0.01320%$0.00$0.0132$0.624.85%-17.71%
05-09-201112-09-201121-09-2011$0.01690%$0.00$0.0169$0.775.05%-4.84%
07-03-201114-03-201122-03-2011$0.0220%$0.00$0.022$0.786.83%-1.96%
06-09-201010-09-201021-09-2010$0.03130%$0.00$0.0313$0.856.41%10.30%
09-03-201015-03-201026-03-2010$0.02320%$0.00$0.0232$0.856.11%96.07%
07-09-200911-09-200918-09-2009$0.02870%$0.00$0.0287$0.846.24%22.25%
06-03-200913-03-200927-03-2009$0.02370%$0.00$0.0237$0.4511.71%-45.95%
03-09-200809-09-200819-09-2008$0.0290%$0.00$0.029$0.749.85%-36.49%
07-03-200814-03-200828-03-2008$0.04390%$0.00$0.0439$0.978.91%-21.75%
10-09-200714-09-200727-09-2007$0.04250%$0.00$0.0425$1.2612.62%121.72%
06-03-200713-03-200726-03-2007$0.11650%$0.00$0.1165$1.3710.08%98.43%
04-09-200608-09-200621-09-2006$0.02160%$0.00$0.0216$0.656.80%-0.83%
06-03-200610-03-200623-03-2006$0.02260%$0.00$0.0226$0.769.16%-10.80%
12-09-200516-09-200529-09-2005$0.02330%$0.00$0.0233$0.677.01%-35.41%
11-04-200515-04-200529-04-2005$0.02370%$0.00$0.0237$0.842.82%-84.47%
09-03-200116-03-200130-03-2001$0.02870%$0.00$0.0287$21.940.40%8.56%
09-10-200013-10-200027-10-2000$0.05860%$0.00$0.0586$30.870.32%1.51%
10-03-200017-03-200031-03-2000$0.04140%$0.00$0.0414$20.070.51%-38.72%
11-10-199915-10-199929-10-1999$0.06090%$0.00$0.0609$30.550.35%81.83%
15-03-199919-03-199901-04-1999$0.04490%$0.00$0.0449$33.560.31%18.04%
08-10-199816-10-199830-10-1998$0.06010%$0.00$0.0601$16.860.79%-
12-03-199820-03-199801-04-1998$0.07250%$0.00$0.0725$28.520.63%-
22-10-199730-12-189930-10-1997$0.10620%$0.00$0.1062---

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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