Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Thursday 17 August 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 113
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 COMMONWEALTH BANK(CBA)

Sector: Banks
Price: $77.35 (delayed)
Year High: $85.85
Year Low: $69.22
Market Capitalisation: $142.162 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $29.05 billion
Earnings per Share: 29.05 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 15.2
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 3.64% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.29

Dividend Payment History for COMMONWEALTH BANK(CBA)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
22-02-201723-02-201704-04-2017$1.99100%$0.85286$2.84286$85.086.91%31.43%
17-08-201618-08-201629-09-2016$2.22100%$0.95143$3.17143$72.787.91%8.89%
16-02-201618-02-201631-03-2016$1.98100%$0.84857$2.82857$71.478.07%-4.69%
18-08-201520-08-201501-10-2015$2.22100%$0.95143$3.17143$78.957.44%16.94%
17-02-201519-02-201502-04-2015$1.98100%$0.84857$2.82857$91.186.52%37.26%
19-08-201421-08-201402-10-2014$2.18100%$0.93429$3.11429$81.026.99%23.89%
17-02-201421-02-201403-04-2014$1.83100%$0.78429$2.61429$73.927.40%27.76%
19-08-201323-08-201303-10-2013$2100%$0.85714$2.85714$71.307.29%45.58%
18-02-201322-02-201305-04-2013$1.64100%$0.70286$2.34286$63.998.06%56.19%
20-08-201224-08-201205-10-2012$1.97100%$0.84429$2.81429$52.959.01%40.96%
20-02-201227-02-201205-04-2012$1.37100%$0.58714$1.95714$44.9910.32%6.90%
15-08-201122-08-201106-10-2011$1.88100%$0.80571$2.68571$42.2210.83%12.43%
14-02-201121-02-201101-04-2011$1.32100%$0.56571$1.88571$46.129.35%22.09%
16-08-201020-08-201001-10-2010$1.7100%$0.72857$2.42857$41.599.96%26.23%
15-02-201019-02-201001-04-2010$1.2100%$0.51429$1.71429$41.708.05%93.13%
17-08-200921-08-200901-10-2009$1.15100%$0.49286$1.64286$35.789.10%24.60%
16-02-200920-02-200923-03-2009$1.13100%$0.48429$1.61429$22.8216.65%-17.94%
18-08-200822-08-200801-10-2008$1.53100%$0.65571$2.18571$31.3012.14%-1.60%
18-02-200822-02-200802-04-2008$1.13100%$0.48429$1.61429$31.5411.87%3.59%
20-08-200724-08-200705-10-2007$1.49100%$0.63857$2.12857$37.329.80%35.82%
19-02-200723-02-200705-04-2007$1.07100%$0.45857$1.52857$34.599.79%36.46%
14-08-200618-08-200605-10-2006$1.3100%$0.55714$1.85714$29.6510.79%39.73%
20-02-200624-02-200605-04-2006$0.94100%$0.40286$1.34286$28.1410.46%43.90%
15-08-200519-08-200523-09-2005$1.12100%$0.48$1.6$23.3112.07%46.27%
14-02-200518-02-200531-03-2005$0.85100%$0.36429$1.21429$21.6812.45%33.96%
16-08-200420-08-200424-09-2004$1.04100%$0.44571$1.48571$17.6914.78%24.72%
16-02-200420-02-200430-03-2004$0.79100%$0.33857$1.12857$18.1212.93%52.37%
25-08-200329-08-200308-10-2003$0.85100%$0.36429$1.21429$16.2413.55%10.16%
17-02-200321-02-200328-03-2003$0.69100%$0.29571$0.98571$13.5015.98%-7.41%
26-08-200230-08-200208-10-2002$0.82100%$0.35143$1.17143$16.7912.76%25.22%
18-02-200222-02-200228-03-2002$0.68100%$0.29143$0.97143$16.9912.02%31.99%
27-08-200131-08-200108-10-2001$0.75100%$0.32143$1.07143$15.3212.68%21.91%
19-02-200123-02-200130-03-2001$0.61100%$0.26143$0.87143$14.4213.18%31.51%
04-09-200008-09-200009-10-2000$0.72100%$0.30857$1.02857$13.2314.04%33.40%
17-02-200023-02-200031-03-2000$0.58100%$0.24857$0.82857$12.3814.31%26.92%
18-08-199924-08-199930-09-1999$0.66100%$0.28286$0.94286$10.8415.16%38.24%
16-02-199922-02-199926-03-1999$0.49100%$0.21$0.7$11.1513.71%59.08%
17-08-199825-08-199830-09-1998$0.58100%$0.24857$0.82857$9.0316.45%45.85%
16-02-199824-02-199827-03-1998$0.46100%$0.19714$0.65714$7.9718.46%71.98%
18-08-199726-08-199730-09-1997$0.57100%$0.24429$0.81429$7.2111.29%79.92%

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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