Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 06 September 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 133
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 BLACKMORES(BKL)

Sector: Health Care Equipment & Services
Price: $157.14 (delayed)
Year High: $220.90
Year Low: $97.91
Market Capitalisation: $1.777 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $6.71 billion
Earnings per Share: 6.71 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 17.8
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 5.4% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.42

Dividend Payment History for BLACKMORES(BKL)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
07-03-201708-03-201722-03-2017$1.3100%$0.55714$1.85714$102.954.65%-31.73%
06-09-201607-09-201621-09-2016$2.1100%$0.9$3$121.064.74%34.72%
09-03-201610-03-201624-03-2016$2100%$0.85714$2.85714$154.323.07%274.13%
04-09-201508-09-201522-09-2015$1.35100%$0.57857$1.92857$100.002.90%263.30%
23-03-201525-03-201513-04-2015$0.68100%$0.29143$0.97143$46.304.66%102.16%
10-09-201412-09-201403-10-2014$0.83100%$0.35571$1.18571$30.006.01%23.31%
05-03-201412-03-201402-04-2014$0.44100%$0.18857$0.62857$25.077.24%-9.42%
24-09-201330-09-201318-10-2013$0.83100%$0.35571$1.18571$28.636.34%3.59%
07-03-201314-03-201304-04-2013$0.44100%$0.18857$0.62857$30.206.01%21.68%
25-09-201202-10-201216-10-2012$0.83100%$0.35571$1.18571$29.476.16%15.06%
02-03-201209-03-201222-03-2012$0.44100%$0.18857$0.62857$25.846.86%0.88%
26-08-201102-09-201115-09-2011$0.8100%$0.34286$1.14286$27.096.54%36.65%
02-03-201109-03-201122-03-2011$0.44100%$0.18857$0.62857$27.585.90%62.54%
27-08-201002-09-201020-09-2010$0.7100%$0.3$1$21.347.50%46.58%
04-03-201011-03-201025-03-2010$0.42100%$0.18$0.6$17.747.97%100.99%
04-09-200910-09-200924-09-2009$0.57100%$0.24429$0.81429$15.968.59%19.53%
27-02-200905-03-200919-03-2009$0.39100%$0.16714$0.55714$9.6213.37%-27.49%
05-09-200811-09-200825-09-2008$0.51100%$0.21857$0.72857$14.209.05%-2.42%
06-03-200813-03-200827-03-2008$0.39100%$0.16714$0.55714$14.748.24%4.14%
03-09-200710-09-200724-09-2007$0.46100%$0.19714$0.65714$16.187.15%66.22%
05-03-200709-03-200723-03-2007$0.35100%$0.15$0.5$15.477.11%66.03%
25-08-200631-08-200614-09-2006$0.42100%$0.18$0.6$10.079.79%14.45%
02-03-200608-03-200622-03-2006$0.27100%$0.11571$0.38571$10.168.44%14.88%
25-08-200531-08-200514-09-2005$0.33100%$0.14143$0.47143$9.668.58%42.90%
28-02-200504-03-200518-03-2005$0.25100%$0.10714$0.35714$9.619.81%108.97%
31-08-200406-09-200422-09-2004$0.27100%$0.11571$0.38571$7.5811.31%105.28%
22-04-200429-04-200414-05-2004$0.14100%$0.06$0.2$6.1412.33%102.86%
04-03-200411-03-200429-03-2004$0.19100%$0.08143$0.27143$5.2710.57%75.52%
19-09-200325-09-200308-10-2003$0.2100%$0.08571$0.28571$4.6110.85%40.38%
24-02-200328-02-200314-03-2003$0.15100%$0.06429$0.21429$3.5813.17%4.42%
18-09-200224-09-200208-10-2002$0.18100%$0.07714$0.25714$3.7212.67%31.81%
25-02-200201-03-200215-03-2002$0.15100%$0.06429$0.21429$3.9411.97%35.74%
17-09-200121-09-200105-10-2001$0.04100%$0.01714$0.05714$3.2014.73%-1.83%
08-06-200115-06-200127-06-2001$0.14100%$0.06$0.2$3.4919.24%38.25%
16-02-200122-02-200109-03-2001$0.15100%$0.06429$0.21429$3.2814.37%32.56%
18-09-200022-09-200005-10-2000$0.18100%$0.07714$0.25714$3.6716.74%85.47%
16-02-200022-02-200003-03-2000$0.25100%$0.10714$0.35714$2.8521.55%45.56%
13-09-199917-09-199929-09-1999$0.18100%$0.07714$0.25714$2.3716.88%7.36%
15-02-199919-02-199901-03-1999$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$2.4316.46%25.22%
11-09-199821-09-199802-10-1998$0.18100%$0.07714$0.25714$2.5815.50%76.33%
13-02-199823-02-199802-03-1998$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$2.2615.80%66.70%
05-09-199715-09-199726-09-1997$0.15100%$0.06429$0.21429$1.6912.68%19.02%

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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