Forecast Next Dividend Date: Thursday 21 March 2019
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 98
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 IPE(IPE)
Fundamental Data for IPE(IPE)Sector: Diversified Financials Price: $0.00 (delayed) Year High: $0.11 Year Low: $0.06 Market Capitalisation: $0.01 billion Net Tangible Assets: $0.07 billion Earnings per Share: 0.07 cents Price Earnings Ratio: 2.3 Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum Dividend Cover: 0.69
Dividend Payment History for IPE(IPE)
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- Dividend history has not been adjusted for any capital reconstructions which may have effected dividend entitlement per share.
Dividend News Articles for IPE(IPE)
|ATP to consider CEO's future as dividend tax scandal unfolds - IPE.com|
ATP to consider CEO's future as dividend tax scandal unfolds IPE.com
ATP, Denmark's giant statutory pension fund, is to hold an extraordinary meeting of its full supervisory board on Monday after its CEO was dragged into a ...
|UK Healthcare: Market revival | Magazine - IPE Real Assets|
UK Healthcare: Market revival | Magazine IPE Real Assets
Is the UK's healthcare system going to be transformed by institutional capital over the next decade? Jennifer Bollen talks to the sector's early movers.
|Demographics Asia: Retiring the demographic dividend | Magazine - IP Real Estate|
Demographics Asia: Retiring the demographic dividend | Magazine IP Real Estate
The growth of the working-age population has provided a massive boost to the Asia-Pacific economy in recent years. Now those workers are retiring, writes ...
|9 dividend stocks with yields of more than 10% - Motley Fool Australia|
9 dividend stocks with yields of more than 10% Motley Fool Australia
These companies all boast trailing dividend yields of more than 10%. What's your bank account earn?
|Call the Market: Rate reaction opens REIT opportunity - IP Real Estate|
Call the Market: Rate reaction opens REIT opportunity IP Real Estate
Real estate stocks have fallen recently. But a misunderstanding of the relationship between REITs and interest rates is creating an opportunity.
|Blackstone tops Oxford Properties' bid for Investa Office Fund - IPE Real Assets|
Blackstone tops Oxford Properties' bid for Investa Office Fund IPE Real Assets
Blackstone has increased its takeover bid for Investa Office Fund (IOF) to AUD3.3bn (€2.04bn) as it battles with Oxford Properties for control of the listed ...
|Danish pension funds turn backs on Macquarie amid tax scandal [updated] - IPE.com|
Danish pension funds turn backs on Macquarie amid tax scandal [updated] IPE.com
Three of Denmark's largest pension funds have said they might not do business again with Australian investment bank Macquarie after it was named on a list of ...
|New South Wales government creates AUD3bn SWF | News - IP Real Estate|
New South Wales government creates AUD3bn SWF | News IP Real Estate
Australia's most populous state, New South Wales, has launched an AUD3bn (€1.9bn) sovereign wealth fund. In his 2018-19 budget, the NSW state treasurer, ...
|Australian RE managers: Global flight, domestic boom | Magazine - IP Real Estate|
Australian RE managers: Global flight, domestic boom | Magazine IP Real Estate
It is telling that the funds under management at Australia's leading real estate investment managers are becoming increasingly weighted towards foreign capital.
|Demographics Africa: Follow the people | Magazine - IP Real Estate|
Demographics Africa: Follow the people | Magazine IP Real Estate
If population is the ultimate source of demand for real estate, should long-term global investors be allocating to Africa? Christopher O'Dea reports.