Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Thursday 29 June 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 61
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 CROMWELL PROPERTY(CMW)

Sector: Real Estate
Price: $1.11 (delayed)
Year High: $1.12
Year Low: $0.89
Market Capitalisation: $1.75 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $0.81 billion
Earnings per Share: 0.81 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 5.3
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 4.85% per annum
Dividend Cover: 2.25

Dividend Payment History for CROMWELL PROPERTY(CMW)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
30-03-201731-03-201717-05-2017$0.02090%$0.00$0.0209$0.988.46%10.21%
29-12-201630-12-201615-02-2017$0.02090%$0.00$0.0209$0.978.49%10.66%
29-09-201630-09-201616-11-2016$0.02090%$0.00$0.0209$0.958.61%16.04%
29-06-201630-06-201618-08-2016$0.02110%$0.00$0.0211$1.008.17%14.35%
30-03-201631-03-201611-05-2016$0.02110%$0.00$0.0211$1.057.70%8.03%
29-12-201531-12-201510-02-2016$0.01990%$0.00$0.0199$1.067.47%14.98%
28-09-201530-09-201511-11-2015$0.01990%$0.00$0.0199$0.988.03%16.50%
26-06-201530-06-201513-08-2015$0.01990%$0.00$0.0199$1.057.49%24.15%
27-03-201531-03-201513-05-2015$0.01990%$0.00$0.0199$1.136.91%35.74%
29-12-201431-12-201411-02-2015$0.01940%$0.00$0.0194$1.077.25%23.40%
26-09-201430-09-201412-11-2014$0.01940%$0.00$0.0194$0.997.78%11.15%
26-06-201430-06-201414-08-2014$0.01940%$0.00$0.0194$1.007.64%19.59%
25-03-201431-03-201414-05-2014$0.01940%$0.00$0.0194$0.987.66%14.68%
23-12-201329-12-201312-02-2014$0.01880%$0.00$0.0188$0.997.45%32.98%
24-09-201330-09-201313-11-2013$0.018750%$0.00$0.01875$1.027.17%56.16%
24-06-201328-06-201315-08-2013$0.0181250%$0.00$0.018125$0.937.79%59.12%
22-03-201328-03-201315-05-2013$0.0181250%$0.00$0.018125$0.937.73%56.54%
21-12-201231-12-201213-02-2013$0.0181250%$0.00$0.018125$0.808.90%50.21%
28-09-201205-10-201214-11-2012$0.0181250%$0.00$0.018125$0.739.67%40.46%
25-06-201229-06-201216-08-2012$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$0.6211.29%16.95%
26-03-201202-04-201216-05-2012$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$0.6410.94%20.34%
22-12-201130-12-201115-02-2012$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$0.5812.07%14.04%
27-09-201104-10-201116-11-2011$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$0.5815.09%28.37%
24-06-201130-06-201119-08-2011$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$0.5911.86%29.41%
25-03-201101-04-201118-05-2011$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$0.5912.29%44.02%
23-12-201031-12-201016-02-2011$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$0.6212.10%57.95%
08-10-201014-10-201017-11-2010$0.01750%$0.00$0.0175$0.5410.65%49.38%
24-06-201030-06-201031-08-2010$0.020%$0.00$0.02$0.5115.69%90.32%
30-03-201007-04-201014-05-2010$0.020%$0.00$0.02$0.5020.00%62.16%
23-12-200931-12-200915-02-2010$0.020%$0.00$0.02$0.4418.18%57.58%
29-09-200906-10-200916-11-2009$0.020%$0.00$0.02$0.4021.25%31.08%
24-06-200930-06-200931-08-2009$0.0150%$0.00$0.015$0.3129.03%-
06-04-200914-04-200915-05-2009$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.3919.23%13.41%
23-12-200831-12-200816-02-2009$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.3330.95%-19.97%
25-09-200801-10-200814-11-2008$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.3926.19%-21.88%
24-06-200830-06-200829-08-2008$0.02520%$0.00214$0.02714$0.4025.54%-11.90%
25-03-200831-03-200815-05-2008$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.4124.06%-7.52%
21-12-200731-12-200715-02-2008$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.5419.20%26.21%
25-09-200702-10-200715-11-2007$0.0250%$0.00$0.025$0.6312.49%41.73%
25-06-200729-06-200731-08-2007$0.022512%$0.00116$0.02366$0.5718.44%68.77%
28-03-200703-04-200721-05-2007$0.0150%$0.00$0.015$0.5714.29%103.57%
06-02-200712-02-200720-03-2007$0.0150%$0.00$0.015$0.5711.65%119.46%
28-09-200605-10-200612-10-2006$0.04533.35%$0.00643$0.05143$0.5013.72%234.46%
26-10-200502-11-200515-11-2005$0.01533.35%$0.00214$0.01714$0.1710.08%133.93%

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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