Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 28 August 2019
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 98
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 ALUMINA LIMITED(AWC)

Sector: Materials
Price: $2.42 (delayed)
Year High: $3.20
Year Low: $2.12
Market Capitalisation: $6.48 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $0.94 billion
Earnings per Share: 0.94 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 7.2
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 3% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1

Dividend Payment History for ALUMINA LIMITED(AWC)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
26-02-201927-02-201914-03-2019$0.195997100%$0.084$0.279997$2.5217.75%35.49%
28-08-201829-08-201820-09-2018$0.117094100%$0.05018$0.167274$2.8112.02%51.33%
27-02-201828-02-201815-03-2018$0.1193100%$0.05113$0.17043$2.2310.74%34.15%
29-08-201730-08-201714-09-2017$0.052774100%$0.02262$0.075394$1.936.64%52.60%
01-03-201702-03-201722-03-2017$0.040362100%$0.0173$0.057662$1.875.93%65.34%
30-08-201631-08-201615-09-2016$0.038543100%$0.01652$0.055063$1.376.51%24.58%
01-03-201603-03-201623-03-2016$0.0247100%$0.01059$0.03529$1.318.95%-15.12%
31-08-201502-09-201528-09-2015$0.0642100%$0.02751$0.09171$1.229.07%-5.09%
03-03-201505-03-201525-03-2015$0.0205100%$0.00879$0.02929$1.831.58%51.14%
21-02-201228-02-201215-03-2012$0.0279100%$0.01196$0.03986$1.196.83%-46.58%
16-08-201123-08-201107-09-2011$0.029100%$0.01243$0.04143$1.835.35%15.44%
15-02-201122-02-201118-03-2011$0.0395100%$0.01693$0.05643$2.453.60%70.35%
13-08-201019-08-201006-09-2010$0.0223100%$0.00956$0.03186$1.663.64%2.41%
12-02-201018-02-201019-03-2010$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.521.88%78.00%
17-09-200823-09-200814-10-2008$0.12100%$0.05143$0.17143$2.3014.91%-33.26%
25-02-200829-02-200831-03-2008$0.12100%$0.05143$0.17143$3.589.58%-2.17%
08-08-200714-08-200705-09-2007$0.12100%$0.05143$0.17143$3.898.81%21.29%
06-02-200712-02-200709-03-2007$0.12100%$0.05143$0.17143$3.808.27%0.35%
09-08-200615-08-200604-09-2006$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$3.438.33%18.71%
06-02-200610-02-200631-03-2006$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$4.106.97%44.74%
10-08-200516-08-200531-10-2005$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$3.198.62%33.78%
07-02-200511-02-200531-03-2005$0.175%$0.03214$0.13214$3.039.08%14.76%
04-08-200410-08-200406-09-2004$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$2.6110.95%21.16%
03-02-200409-02-200430-03-2004$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$2.7910.24%47.16%
29-07-200305-08-200310-09-2003$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$2.3513.98%139.16%
04-03-200311-03-200308-04-2003$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$2.078.97%76.23%

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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