Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Friday 08 September 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 72
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 ASX(ASX)

Sector: Diversified Financials
Price: $49.70 (delayed)
Year High: $52.82
Year Low: $43.43
Market Capitalisation: $10.22 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $7.45 billion
Earnings per Share: 7.45 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 23.6
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 6.13% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.11

Dividend Payment History for ASX(ASX)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
09-03-201710-03-201729-03-2017$1.02100%$0.43714$1.45714$51.745.47%39.23%
08-09-201609-09-201628-09-2016$0.99100%$0.42429$1.41429$49.655.62%36.72%
02-03-201604-03-201623-03-2016$0.991100%$0.42471$1.41571$40.326.77%13.79%
02-09-201504-09-201523-09-2015$0.951100%$0.40757$1.35857$39.516.55%25.53%
04-03-201506-03-201518-03-2015$0.923100%$0.39557$1.31857$39.166.54%25.64%
03-09-201405-09-201424-09-2014$0.899100%$0.38529$1.28429$37.106.86%16.91%
03-03-201407-03-201426-03-2014$0.882100%$0.378$1.26$36.806.62%15.77%
02-09-201306-09-201325-09-2013$0.823100%$0.35271$1.17571$34.637.02%27.62%
04-03-201308-03-201327-03-2013$0.879100%$0.37671$1.25571$34.297.21%27.42%
27-08-201231-08-201219-09-2012$0.851100%$0.36471$1.21571$28.708.86%22.08%
27-02-201205-03-201221-03-2012$0.928100%$0.39771$1.32571$29.079.13%0.36%
29-08-201105-09-201122-09-2011$0.93100%$0.39857$1.32857$25.9510.09%12.96%
28-02-201107-03-201124-03-2011$0.902100%$0.38657$1.28857$31.797.83%16.47%
30-08-201003-09-201027-09-2010$0.84100%$0.36$1.2$25.199.82%1.74%
01-03-201005-03-201029-03-2010$0.891100%$0.38186$1.27286$29.717.87%53.41%
27-08-200902-09-200924-09-2009$0.745100%$0.31929$1.06429$27.068.71%11.80%
24-02-200902-03-200927-03-2009$0.904100%$0.38743$1.29143$20.6312.76%-24.13%
20-08-200826-08-200817-09-2008$0.939100%$0.40243$1.34143$25.9510.59%-13.53%
21-02-200827-02-200820-03-2008$0.985100%$0.42214$1.40714$31.658.58%12.38%
22-08-200728-08-200718-09-2007$0.915100%$0.39214$1.30714$32.927.11%58.90%
21-02-200727-02-200716-03-2007$0.723100%$0.30986$1.03286$30.586.36%46.12%
12-07-200618-07-200609-08-2006$0.639100%$0.27386$0.91286$24.047.14%67.79%
27-02-200603-03-200617-03-2006$0.562100%$0.24086$0.80286$22.546.79%74.80%
08-08-200512-08-200526-08-2005$0.509100%$0.21814$0.72714$17.207.90%85.59%
24-02-200502-03-200511-03-2005$0.442100%$0.18943$0.63143$13.829.89%43.95%
09-08-200413-08-200427-08-2004$0.515100%$0.22071$0.73571$9.7511.82%29.80%
05-03-200412-03-200426-03-2004$0.292100%$0.12514$0.41714$10.6210.06%76.30%
04-09-200310-09-200322-09-2003$0.456100%$0.19543$0.65143$8.4211.38%26.91%
12-03-200318-03-200328-03-2003$0.215100%$0.09214$0.30714$6.549.31%-8.47%
13-09-200219-09-200227-09-2002$0.211100%$0.09043$0.30143$7.3811.05%20.70%
08-03-200215-03-200226-03-2002$0.195100%$0.08357$0.27857$7.756.64%11.68%
09-10-200115-10-200124-10-2001$0.165100%$0.07071$0.23571$6.599.39%16.27%
07-03-200114-03-200126-03-2001$0.268100%$0.11486$0.38286$7.5111.17%4.49%
11-09-200015-09-200010-10-2000$0.319100%$0.13671$0.45571$6.6814.16%38.65%
21-03-200027-03-200031-03-2000$0.343100%$0.147$0.49$7.979.63%7.87%
07-09-199913-09-199920-09-1999$0.194100%$0.08314$0.27714$5.858.52%-
09-03-199915-03-199926-03-1999$0.155100%$0.06643$0.22143$7.103.12%-

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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