Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Tuesday 09 May 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 10
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 ANZ BANK(ANZ)

Sector: Banks
Price: $25.84 (delayed)
Year High: $30.89
Year Low: $21.86
Market Capitalisation: $90.224 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $17.13 billion
Earnings per Share: 17.13 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 15.6
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 5.08% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.23

Dividend Payment History for ANZ BANK(ANZ)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
14-11-201615-11-201616-12-2016$0.8100%$0.34286$1.14286$25.808.47%21.47%
09-05-201610-05-201601-07-2016$0.8100%$0.34286$1.14286$23.7610.02%-9.31%
06-11-201510-11-201516-12-2015$0.95100%$0.40714$1.35714$25.859.74%-3.29%
08-05-201512-05-201501-07-2015$0.86100%$0.36857$1.22857$33.217.67%14.48%
07-11-201411-11-201416-12-2014$0.95100%$0.40714$1.35714$32.637.68%13.79%
09-05-201413-05-201401-07-2014$0.83100%$0.35571$1.18571$34.077.30%22.10%
07-11-201313-11-201316-12-2013$0.91100%$0.39$1.3$32.607.19%48.76%
09-05-201315-05-201301-07-2013$0.73100%$0.31286$1.04286$29.767.30%54.41%
08-11-201214-11-201219-12-2012$0.79100%$0.33857$1.12857$23.168.94%34.28%
10-05-201216-05-201202-07-2012$0.66100%$0.28286$0.94286$20.409.94%15.31%
10-11-201117-11-201116-12-2011$0.76100%$0.32571$1.08571$18.3610.89%2.31%
12-05-201119-05-201101-07-2011$0.64100%$0.27429$0.91429$19.3210.20%14.90%
04-11-201010-11-201017-12-2010$0.74100%$0.31714$1.05714$20.438.81%25.81%
06-05-201012-05-201001-07-2010$0.52100%$0.22286$0.74286$18.298.44%57.65%
05-11-200911-11-200918-12-2009$0.56100%$0.24$0.8$17.608.28%38.00%
07-05-200913-05-200901-07-2009$0.46100%$0.19714$0.65714$12.9313.26%-7.02%
06-11-200812-11-200818-12-2008$0.74100%$0.31714$1.05714$12.8215.15%-28.27%
08-05-200814-05-200801-07-2008$0.62100%$0.26571$0.88571$16.1112.06%-12.75%
08-11-200714-11-200721-12-2007$0.74100%$0.31714$1.05714$20.139.65%11.48%
14-05-200718-05-200702-07-2007$0.62100%$0.26571$0.88571$20.669.06%22.19%
09-11-200630-12-189915-12-2006$0.69100%$0.29571$0.98571$19.519.15%42.92%
15-05-200619-05-200603-07-2006$0.56100%$0.24$0.8$18.109.08%44.74%
08-11-200514-11-200516-12-2005$0.59100%$0.25286$0.84286$15.0510.44%33.51%
16-05-200520-05-200501-07-2005$0.51100%$0.21857$0.72857$13.5311.09%42.19%
08-11-200412-11-200417-12-2004$0.54100%$0.23143$0.77143$12.4511.59%45.93%
14-05-200420-05-200401-07-2004$0.47100%$0.20143$0.67143$10.5713.25%27.07%
07-11-200313-11-200319-12-2003$0.51100%$0.21857$0.72857$9.5214.26%14.14%
16-05-200322-05-200301-07-2003$0.44100%$0.18857$0.62857$9.5113.52%16.08%
31-10-200207-11-200213-12-2002$0.46100%$0.19714$0.65714$9.5012.78%28.16%
17-05-200223-05-200201-07-2002$0.39100%$0.16714$0.55714$9.3412.08%49.98%
01-11-200108-11-200114-12-2001$0.4100%$0.17143$0.57143$8.4012.41%47.78%
11-05-200117-05-200102-07-2001$0.33100%$0.14143$0.47143$6.7714.35%52.39%
02-11-200009-11-200015-12-2000$0.35100%$0.15$0.5$6.2714.58%53.84%
22-05-200026-05-200003-07-2000$0.29100%$0.12429$0.41429$5.2215.65%27.37%
15-11-199919-11-199920-12-1999$0.380%$0.10286$0.40286$4.9814.99%51.89%
07-06-199911-06-199905-07-1999$0.2675%$0.08357$0.34357$4.6414.99%14.99%
12-11-199820-11-199821-12-1998$0.2860%$0.072$0.352$3.7717.34%10.04%
03-06-199812-06-199806-07-1998$0.2460%$0.06171$0.30171$4.6414.51%46.37%
04-12-199712-12-199721-01-1998$0.26100%$0.11143$0.37143$4.089.10%37.82%

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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