Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Friday 01 September 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 125
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 AUST. UNITED INVESTMENT(AUI)

Sector: Diversified Financials
Price: $7.40 (delayed)
Year High: $7.70
Year Low: $6.73
Market Capitalisation: $0.938 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $8 billion
Earnings per Share: 8 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 21.6
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.04

Dividend Payment History for AUST. UNITED INVESTMENT(AUI)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
23-02-201724-02-201715-03-2017$0.155100%$0.06643$0.22143$8.185.94%18.38%
01-09-201602-09-201623-09-2016$0.185100%$0.07929$0.26429$7.656.35%-7.13%
23-02-201625-02-201615-03-2016$0.155100%$0.06643$0.22143$7.196.76%-11.26%
02-09-201504-09-201525-09-2015$0.185100%$0.07929$0.26429$8.355.82%-1.61%
24-02-201526-02-201517-03-2015$0.155100%$0.06643$0.22143$8.715.41%12.52%
03-09-201405-09-201425-09-2014$0.175100%$0.075$0.25$9.224.96%28.69%
21-02-201427-02-201417-03-2014$0.145100%$0.06214$0.20714$8.055.41%12.54%
23-08-201329-08-201325-09-2013$0.16100%$0.06857$0.22857$7.615.54%22.24%
25-02-201301-03-201315-03-2013$0.135100%$0.05786$0.19286$7.175.68%16.57%
24-08-201230-08-201221-09-2012$0.15100%$0.06429$0.21429$5.916.77%9.55%
22-02-201229-02-201215-03-2012$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$5.746.84%-9.54%
18-08-201125-08-201120-09-2011$0.145100%$0.06214$0.20714$5.876.45%-10.73%
22-02-201101-03-201115-03-2011$0.12100%$0.05143$0.17143$6.785.48%-1.50%
23-08-201027-08-201024-09-2010$0.14100%$0.06$0.2$6.655.48%9.60%
24-02-201002-03-201016-03-2010$0.115100%$0.04929$0.16429$7.005.10%56.87%
01-09-200907-09-200921-09-2009$0.135100%$0.05786$0.19286$6.995.11%-4.46%
03-03-200910-03-200925-03-2009$0.115100%$0.04929$0.16429$4.587.80%-39.05%
15-09-200819-09-200817-10-2008$0.135100%$0.05786$0.19286$7.404.83%-15.68%
12-03-200818-03-200811-04-2008$0.115100%$0.04929$0.16429$7.504.57%-4.59%
13-09-200719-09-200715-10-2007$0.125100%$0.05357$0.17857$8.953.67%26.24%
16-03-200722-03-200712-04-2007$0.105100%$0.045$0.15$8.443.64%22.34%
18-09-200622-09-200616-10-2006$0.11100%$0.04714$0.15714$7.323.81%28.79%
16-03-200622-03-200612-04-2006$0.085100%$0.03643$0.12143$7.153.50%26.50%
14-09-200520-09-200511-10-2005$0.09100%$0.03857$0.12857$6.223.90%40.50%
16-03-200522-03-200512-04-2005$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$5.854.03%37.07%
14-09-200420-09-200408-10-2004$0.085100%$0.03643$0.12143$4.604.66%10.67%
18-03-200424-03-200413-04-2004$0.065100%$0.02786$0.09286$4.344.77%24.92%
15-09-200319-09-200309-10-2003$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$4.354.60%11.52%
24-03-200328-03-200311-04-2003$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$3.645.49%-18.12%
10-09-200216-09-200209-10-2002$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$4.104.70%-2.44%
22-03-200228-03-200211-04-2002$0.055100%$0.02357$0.07857$4.694.11%17.09%
04-06-200108-06-200120-06-2001$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$4.356.90%27.40%
26-03-200130-03-200111-04-2001$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$3.485.34%1.26%
11-09-200015-09-200009-10-2000$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$3.894.59%15.58%
27-03-200031-03-200014-04-2000$0.045100%$0.01929$0.06429$3.624.93%7.61%
15-09-199921-09-199907-10-1999$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$3.524.87%22.64%
26-03-199901-04-199915-04-1999$0.04100%$0.01714$0.05714$3.534.65%12.98%
14-09-199822-09-199808-10-1998$0.075100%$0.03214$0.10714$3.015.46%-2.03%
26-03-199803-04-199815-04-1998$0.04100%$0.01714$0.05714$3.274.81%13.11%
12-09-199722-09-199707-10-1997$0.07100%$0.03$0.1$3.243.09%25.56%

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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