Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 29 March 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 2
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.

Dividend Star Rating for GENESIS ENERGY(GNE)

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Fundamental Data for GENESIS ENERGY(GNE)

Sector: Food Beverage & Tobacco
Price: $2.11 (delayed)
Year High: $2.27
Year Low: $1.66
Market Capitalisation: $1.98 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $1.77 billion
Earnings per Share: 1.77 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 11.3
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.2

Dividend Payment History for GENESIS ENERGY(GNE)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
29-03-201730-03-201713-04-2017$0.07450%$0.00$0.0745$2.037.23%29.02%
29-09-201630-09-201614-10-2016$0.07480%$0.00$0.0748$2.037.04%49.55%
31-03-201601-04-201615-04-2016$0.07150%$0.00$0.0715$1.688.36%2.67%
30-09-201502-10-201516-10-2015$0.07310%$0.00$0.0731$1.6012.13%36.19%
31-03-201502-04-201516-04-2015$0.07670%$0.00$0.0767$2.056.10%-
01-10-201403-10-201417-10-2014$0.059030%$0.00$0.05903$1.593.34%-

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 GENESIS ENERGY(GNE)


SMASHED! Why these 5 dividend stars plunged last week - Motley Fool Australia

SMASHED! Why these 5 dividend stars plunged last week
Motley Fool Australia
Genesis Energy Ltd (ASX: GNE) (8.2% trailing yield, down 7.5%) dropped as the oil price fell to the lowest point in over a week and the US dollar improved. Seven Group Holdings Ltd (ASX: SVW) (5% trailing yield, down 6.9%) appears to have fallen for ...

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Genesis Energy ups dividends on $105m profit - New Zealand Herald

Genesis Energy ups dividends on $105m profit
New Zealand Herald
Genesis Energy became the latest electricity company to increase its distributions to shareholders as it reported a 113 per cent increase in net profit of $104.8 million on marginally increased revenues of $2.1 billion in the year to June 30. Chair ...

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3 dividend shares you can add to your watch list for 2017 - Motley Fool Australia

3 dividend shares you can add to your watch list for 2017
Motley Fool Australia
If you're looking to start the new year with a fresh look at dividend payers, I personally think the most important factor you need to consider is the level of growth in the dividend (or distribution) and not just the overall yield. For example ...



Can Genesis Energy Limited's (NZSE:GNE) Debt Pose A Serious Problem For The Company? - Simply Wall St

Simply Wall St

Can Genesis Energy Limited's (NZSE:GNE) Debt Pose A Serious Problem For The Company?
Simply Wall St
Genesis Energy Limited (NZSE:GNE) is a small-cap-stock with a market capitalization of USD $1,575 Million. While investors primarily focus on the growth potential and competitive landscape of the small-cap companies, they end up ignoring a key aspect, ...



Genesis Energy acquires NZOG's 15% stake in Kupe JV - Finance News Network

Finance News Network

Genesis Energy acquires NZOG's 15% stake in Kupe JV
Finance News Network
Genesis Energy (ASX:GNE) has acquired New Zealand Oil & Gas' 15% share of the Kupe Joint Venture for $168 million in cash. The Kupe oil and gas field is located in the offshore Tarankari basin, near the north island of NZ. Genesis says this acquisition ...
Genesis Energy agrees to buy NZOG's stake in Kupe field for $168 millionNew Zealand Herald

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Energy firms must adapt quickly in face of global competition, warns Genesis boss Marc England - New Zealand Herald

Energy firms must adapt quickly in face of global competition, warns Genesis boss Marc England
New Zealand Herald
Genesis Energy's chief executive Marc England says the company must adapt to the changing energy market where New Zealand firms will face competition from overseas. England said energy management would be a be big focus for his company as ...



Which NZ energy company should you buy for higher-income today? - The Motley Fool

Which NZ energy company should you buy for higher-income today?
The Motley Fool
Last week New Zealand energy company Genesis Energy Limited (ASX: GNE) listed on the ASX, offering income investors another strong cash flow producing company to choose from. This brings the total number of NZ energy companies listed on the ASX to ...

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A look at the fair value of Fairfax Media Limited (ASX:FXJ) - Simply Wall St

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A look at the fair value of Fairfax Media Limited (ASX:FXJ)
Simply Wall St
In this article I am going to calculate the intrinsic value of Fairfax Media (ASX:FXJ) using a method called discounted cash flow or DCF. Discounted cash flow (DCF) is a valuation method used to estimate the attractiveness of an investment opportunity ...

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Genesis Healthcare Inc (GEN) Announces Earnings Results, Beats Estimates By $0.77 EPS - Sports Perspectives

Sports Perspectives

Genesis Healthcare Inc (GEN) Announces Earnings Results, Beats Estimates By $0.77 EPS
Sports Perspectives
Genesis Healthcare logo Genesis Healthcare Inc (NYSE:GEN) issued its quarterly earnings data on Monday. The company reported $0.58 EPS for the quarter, topping analysts' consensus estimates of ($0.19) by $0.77. The business earned $1.40 billion ...

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Why ZCL Composites Inc (TSX:ZCL)'s 2.64% dividend is not good enough reason to buy - Simply Wall St

Why ZCL Composites Inc (TSX:ZCL)'s 2.64% dividend is not good enough reason to buy
Simply Wall St
Payout ratio is a measure of what portion of a company's earnings are paid out to shareholders as a dividend. So a payout ratio of 50% would mean for every $1 earnt they pay 50c as a dividend. Likewise a payout ratio of 150% means a company cannot ...



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