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Fundamental Data for CHALMERS(CHR)

Sector: Transportation
Price: $0.00 (delayed)
Year High: $4.10
Year Low: $3.12
Market Capitalisation: $0.027 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $4.3 billion
Earnings per Share: 4.3 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 0
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0

Dividend Payment History for CHALMERS(CHR)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
19-09-201720-09-201704-10-2017$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$3.121.59%-5.52%
16-09-201418-09-201402-10-2014$0.025100%$0.01071$0.03571$2.903.65%11.38%
13-03-201419-03-201403-04-2014$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$2.855.01%15.11%
12-09-201318-09-201302-10-2013$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$2.755.19%-1.60%
13-03-201319-03-201304-04-2013$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$2.605.49%-9.48%
11-09-201217-09-201201-10-2012$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$2.947.29%18.58%
09-03-201216-03-201202-04-2012$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$3.039.43%25.12%
13-09-201120-09-201103-10-2011$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$2.6610.74%26.97%
10-03-201117-03-201101-04-2011$0.1100%$0.04286$0.14286$2.659.70%30.37%
10-09-201016-09-201004-10-2010$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$2.329.24%6.93%
12-03-201018-03-201001-04-2010$0.07100%$0.03$0.1$2.288.77%27.84%
15-09-200921-09-200905-10-2009$0.07100%$0.03$0.1$2.438.23%1.54%
12-03-200918-03-200901-04-2009$0.07100%$0.03$0.1$1.9414.73%-24.81%
16-09-200822-09-200806-10-2008$0.13100%$0.05571$0.18571$2.6910.62%2.61%
07-03-200814-03-200801-04-2008$0.07100%$0.03$0.1$2.9510.65%35.45%
11-09-200717-09-200701-10-2007$0.15100%$0.06429$0.21429$2.909.85%56.93%
13-03-200719-03-200702-04-2007$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$2.455.83%33.65%
12-09-200618-09-200602-10-2006$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$2.076.21%11.04%
14-03-200620-03-200607-04-2006$0.04100%$0.01714$0.05714$1.965.83%24.21%
13-09-200519-09-200503-10-2005$0.04100%$0.01714$0.05714$2.005.71%60.17%
11-03-200518-03-200508-04-2005$0.04100%$0.01714$0.05714$1.675.99%21.23%
13-09-200417-09-200404-10-2004$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$1.326.49%3.36%
12-03-200418-03-200402-04-2004$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$1.485.79%21.37%
12-09-200318-09-200303-10-2003$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$1.365.25%16.38%
17-03-200321-03-200304-04-2003$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.342.13%34.17%
13-03-200119-03-200102-04-2001$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$1.1123.17%64.72%
17-10-200023-10-200006-11-2000$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$1.0716.02%-6.66%
05-06-200009-06-200023-06-2000$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$0.879.85%-29.73%
16-03-199922-03-199931-03-1999$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$1.2513.71%38.00%
10-09-199818-09-199802-10-1998$0.06100%$0.02571$0.08571$1.1014.29%55.20%
04-03-199813-03-199831-03-1998$0.05100%$0.02143$0.07143$1.0312.48%50.46%
11-09-199719-09-199706-10-1997$0.04100%$0.01714$0.05714$0.817.05%17.18%

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 CHALMERS(CHR)


Labor is still Labor, even if a poolside punch-up is unlikely this weekend - The Australian Financial Review
Labor is still Labor, even if a poolside punch-up is unlikely this weekend  The Australian Financial Review

In boardrooms and at Christmas drinks across the country, people are talking about the prospect of a Labor government.



PoliticsNow: Encryption laws by Christmas as Labor drops amendments - The Australian
PoliticsNow: Encryption laws by Christmas as Labor drops amendments  The Australian

Hello and welcome to PoliticsNow, The Australians live blog on the happenings at Parliament House in Canberra.



Our pollies brought to book over summer - The Australian
Our pollies brought to book over summer  The Australian

With parliament adjourned for the year, politicians are looking forward to some quiet time to read a book or two before what will be a bruising election campaign ...



Magellan boosts dividend, paying out greater share of profits - The Australian Financial Review
Magellan boosts dividend, paying out greater share of profits  The Australian Financial Review

The jump in short interest targeting Magellan Financial Group proved misguided after the fund manager beat consensus earnings expectations and raised its ...



Myer posts $476 million loss, after pricey write-down of its brand name - ABC News
Myer posts $476 million loss, after pricey write-down of its brand name  ABC News

Troubled department store Myer has posted a hefty first-half loss of more than $476 million, prompting a renewed attack on the company's board by major ...



Wesfarmers shareholders to vote on Coles supermarket spin-off in November - ABC News
Wesfarmers shareholders to vote on Coles supermarket spin-off in November  ABC News

Supermarket giant Coles is set to be a separate company by the end of November, with Wesfarmers saying work towards the spin-off is well progressed.



Labor says it will cut government travel spending by 10pc - The Australian Financial Review
Labor says it will cut government travel spending by 10pc  The Australian Financial Review

Labor will cut travel costs for federal government bureaucrats by 10 per cent if it wins the next election, pledging also to end additional budget efficiency cuts to ...



Labor tax plan: Bill Shorten considering changes - Herald Sun
Labor tax plan: Bill Shorten considering changes  Herald Sun

LABOR won't be offering compensation to pensioners affected by its plan to scrap the $59 billion in refundable tax credits on share dividends. The policy will ...



Low wage growth: Are Aussies just whingers? - NEWS.com.au
Low wage growth: Are Aussies just whingers?  NEWS.com.au

LOW wage growth has become a hot topic in Australia and looks set to be a big issue at the federal election but are we all really grumbling about nothing?



Winners and losers from franking credit changes - MacroBusiness
Winners and losers from franking credit changes  MacroBusiness

Labor has proposed a number of changes to franking credits paid on dividends. The proposal absolutely has some merit behind it, as a system set up so that ...



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