Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 13 September 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 170
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 AUSTAL(ASB)

Sector: Capital Goods
Price: $1.16 (delayed)
Year High: $1.95
Year Low: $0.94
Market Capitalisation: $0.597 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $1.3 billion
Earnings per Share: 1.3 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 0
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 9% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0

Dividend Payment History for AUSTAL(ASB)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
14-03-201715-03-201710-05-2017$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.833.07%49.66%
13-09-201614-09-201607-10-2016$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.483.79%-22.48%
08-03-201609-03-201629-03-2016$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.185.91%-16.94%
10-09-201514-09-201501-10-2015$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$2.032.77%59.09%
12-03-201516-03-201526-03-2015$0.01100%$0.00429$0.01429$1.570.90%86.39%
16-09-201123-09-201106-10-2011$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$2.193.91%1.59%
17-09-201023-09-201007-10-2010$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$2.333.68%-13.10%
18-09-200924-09-200908-10-2009$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$2.773.09%37.29%
19-09-200825-09-200809-10-2008$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$2.178.56%-18.49%
21-09-200727-09-200711-10-2007$0.12100%$0.05143$0.17143$2.935.85%11.56%
22-09-200628-09-200612-10-2006$0.11100%$0.04714$0.15714$2.7410.43%85.63%
05-10-200511-10-200525-10-2005$0.09100%$0.03857$0.12857$1.727.48%45.56%
14-10-200218-10-200225-10-2002$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$1.046.87%38.93%
10-10-200016-10-200023-10-2000$0.080%$0.00$0.08$1.176.84%-11.35%
12-10-199918-10-199925-10-1999$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$1.428.05%-

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 AUSTAL(ASB)


Why JPMorgan Is Bullish on Asia's Defense Stocks - Barron's

Barron's

Why JPMorgan Is Bullish on Asia's Defense Stocks
Barron's
We focus on three companies under J.P. Morgan coverage that have significant exposure to the defense sector, namely Austal (ASB.AU), Korea Aerospace Industries (047810 KS) and ST Engineering (STE.SP). When determining whether a particular defense ...



Austal Limited shares sink on profit warning - Motley Fool Australia

The Australian

Austal Limited shares sink on profit warning
Motley Fool Australia
The good news for shareholders is that Austal's board plans to declare a final dividend of 2 cents per share (cps), bringing the total dividend for the year to 4 cps. Meanwhile, an EBIT guidance range for FY 2017 has been given of between $45 million ...
Austal to take US Navy contract cost hitThe Australian

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Why the Austal Limited share price surged today - Motley Fool Australia

Why the Austal Limited share price surged today
Motley Fool Australia
Shares in shipbuilder Austal Limited (ASX: ASB) climbed 2 cents or 1.7% to $1.22 today after the company announced it has won two new civil shipbuilding contracts worth $30 million. One contract worth $16 million is to build a commercial passenger ...

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Why these 4 ASX shares were crunched on the market today - Motley Fool Australia

Why these 4 ASX shares were crunched on the market today
Motley Fool Australia
Austal Limited (ASX: ASB) is a premier builder of ships for defence organisations, including the U.S. Navy. ... The company entered a trading halt on Monday after announcing it would not pay an interim dividend in the first half of its 2017 financial year.

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4 stocks soaring on the ASX today - Motley Fool Australia

4 stocks soaring on the ASX today
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The S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) has plunged more than 1% in afternoon trading, dropping 58.9 points to 5,456.6, as investors become increasingly worried about the US Federal Reserve raising interest rates. Several large companies going ...

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Is it time to buy Austal Limited shares? - Motley Fool Australia

Is it time to buy Austal Limited shares?
Motley Fool Australia
Shares in shipbuilder Austal Limited (ASX: ASB) have added around 8% by mid-afternoon on Tuesday to $1.25 after the group released its interim financial results. After the stock plummeted in in early December following an announcement from Austal that ...

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ASX 200 falls sharply: 10 shares you should have been watching - Motley Fool Australia

ASX 200 falls sharply: 10 shares you should have been watching
Motley Fool Australia
Super Retail Group Ltd (ASX: SUL) rose 5.9% as well, while Austal Limited (ASX: ASB) gained 12.8%. Wesfarmers Ltd (ASX: WES) was a drag on the market, but predominantly because its shares went ex-dividend today. It ended the session 3.3% lower.

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$1.66 - The Australian

$1.66
The Australian
Austal Limited (ASB) is a global defence contractor and a designer and manufacturer of defence and commercial ships. Austral involves in the design, construction and maintenance of ships for Governments, Navies and Ferry operators around the world.



4 stocks jumping on the ASX today - Motley Fool Australia

4 stocks jumping on the ASX today
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The S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) is up around 0.4% at 5,492.0 points in afternoon trading, with most sectors in the green. While we don't usually pay much attention to one-day moves in a company's share price, it can be an indication that ...

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Why these 4 shares are getting hammered today - Motley Fool Australia

Why these 4 shares are getting hammered today
Motley Fool Australia
Investors have brushed aside the uncertainty of the weekend's Federal election and have pushed the S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX:XJO) 0.3% higher to 5,262 points. The mining sector has done most of the heavy lifting today, with the big four banks ...



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