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Fundamental Data for AXSESSTODAY(AXL)

Sector: Insurance
Price: $1.63 (delayed)
Year High: $2.60
Year Low: $1.48
Market Capitalisation: $0.122 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $0 billion
Earnings per Share: 0 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 15.7
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0

Dividend Payment History for AXSESSTODAY(AXL)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
19-09-201820-09-201818-10-2018$0.029100%$0.01243$0.04143---
15-02-201816-02-201818-04-2018$0.029100%$0.01243$0.04143$2.003.58%44.96%
12-09-201713-09-201713-10-2017$0.022100%$0.00943$0.03143$1.512.00%-

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 AXSESSTODAY(AXL)


Stock Performance Activity to Track: Axsesstoday Limited (ASX:AXL) - Connecting Investor
Stock Performance Activity to Track: Axsesstoday Limited (ASX:AXL)  Connecting Investor

Axsesstoday Limited (ASX:AXL) STOCK PERFORMANCE WATCH: Axsesstoday Limited (ASX:AXL) has five years performance of 35.416667% and weekly ...



Struggling business lender Axsesstoday committed to a dividend – then cancelled it - Stockhead
Struggling business lender Axsesstoday committed to a dividend – then cancelled it  Stockhead

The business listed on the ASX in December 2016 after raising $10 million selling shares at $1 apiece. The stock climbed as high as $2.60 in August before ...



Axsesstoday Limited (ASX: AXL) Revokes FY18 Final Dividend - Kalkine Media
Axsesstoday Limited (ASX: AXL) Revokes FY18 Final Dividend  Kalkine Media

Are investors waiting to react to the shock announcement of dividend cancellation by equipment finance provider Axsesstoday Limited? Well the answer seems ...



Here's why one top fund manager sold Axsesstoday (ASX:AXL) shares - The Capital Club
Here's why one top fund manager sold Axsesstoday (ASX:AXL) shares  The Capital Club

Writing in its August monthly update, the Saville Capital Emerging Companies fund said it has exited its position in former small cap market darling Axsesstoday ...



Bubble Trouble? This 'new paradigm' brings huge risks for share market investors - Motley Fool Australia
Bubble Trouble? This 'new paradigm' brings huge risks for share market investors  Motley Fool Australia

One thing that has become clear to me over the past few years, and especially recently, is that we're in a new paradigm. My use of those words alone should be ...



3 emerging stocks on brokers' buy lists for 2018 - Motley Fool Australia
3 emerging stocks on brokers' buy lists for 2018  Motley Fool Australia

Risk appetite has come bouncing back and if the positive sentiment can be sustained, smaller cap stocks are likely to outperform the market. Here are three.



AXL suspended from official quotation as strategy review underway - Kalkine Media
AXL suspended from official quotation as strategy review underway  Kalkine Media

Today Axsesstoday's securities were suspended from official quotation, at company's request pending the release of an announcement regarding a business ...



Popular small cap fund names its top 3 ASX holdings - Motley Fool Australia
Popular small cap fund names its top 3 ASX holdings  Motley Fool Australia

The Bennelong Emerging Companies Fund invests predominantly in micro and small-cap stocks listed on the ASX. The fund returned 8.9 per cent in May, ...



Axsesstoday sees 94% increase in NPAT from FY17 - Finance News Network
Axsesstoday sees 94% increase in NPAT from FY17  Finance News Network

Funding solutions company Axsesstoday (ASX:AXL) has seen a NPAT of $7 million for the 12 months to the end of June – this is up 94 per cent on FY17 and ...



5 overlooked finance shares to add to your watchlist - Motley Fool Australia
5 overlooked finance shares to add to your watchlist  Motley Fool Australia

These 5 finance companies could propel your portfolio higher.



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