Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Tuesday 25 July 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 120
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 MIRRABOOKA(MIR)

Sector: Diversified Financials
Price: $2.87 (delayed)
Year High: $3.05
Year Low: $2.50
Market Capitalisation: $0.461 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $2.32 billion
Earnings per Share: 2.32 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 50.1
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0.59

Dividend Payment History for MIRRABOOKA(MIR)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
23-01-201724-01-201714-02-2017$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$2.887.44%27.34%
25-07-201626-07-201609-08-2016$0.115100%$0.04929$0.16429$2.967.24%38.15%
20-01-201622-01-201609-02-2016$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$2.609.34%28.06%
22-07-201524-07-201507-08-2015$0.135100%$0.05786$0.19286$2.768.80%24.60%
22-01-201527-01-201510-02-2015$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$2.5311.29%3.14%
23-07-201425-07-201408-08-2014$0.165100%$0.07071$0.23571$2.889.92%26.63%
21-01-201428-01-201411-02-2014$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$2.638.15%27.55%
25-07-201331-07-201309-08-2013$0.115100%$0.04929$0.16429$2.528.50%48.60%
22-01-201329-01-201312-02-2013$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$2.196.52%31.06%
18-07-201224-07-201203-08-2012$0.065100%$0.02786$0.09286$1.857.72%6.00%
20-01-201227-01-201210-02-2012$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$1.788.03%2.28%
20-07-201127-07-201105-08-2011$0.065100%$0.02786$0.09286$1.827.85%21.92%
20-01-201127-01-201111-02-2011$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$1.887.60%-5.47%
20-07-201026-07-201006-08-2010$0.065100%$0.02786$0.09286$1.618.87%13.09%
21-01-201028-01-201012-02-2010$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$2.146.68%56.36%
17-07-200923-07-200907-08-2009$0.065100%$0.02786$0.09286$1.559.22%-5.95%
22-01-200929-01-200913-02-2009$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$1.439.99%-19.34%
21-07-200825-07-200808-08-2008$0.065100%$0.02786$0.09286$1.748.21%-27.30%
18-01-200824-01-200809-02-2008$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$1.887.60%-2.75%
16-07-200720-07-200702-08-2007$0.065100%$0.02786$0.09286$2.555.60%43.24%
08-02-200714-02-200702-03-2007$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$2.145.01%32.97%
02-08-200609-08-200623-08-2006$0.04100%$0.01714$0.05714$1.955.13%25.77%
23-02-200601-03-200616-03-2006$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$1.685.53%16.64%
04-08-200510-08-200524-08-2005$0.035100%$0.015$0.05$1.605.36%32.73%
03-03-200509-03-200523-03-2005$0.025100%$0.01071$0.03571$1.465.38%24.08%
27-07-200403-08-200418-08-2004$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$1.255.71%9.21%
17-02-200423-02-200415-03-2004$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.285.58%26.30%
05-08-200311-08-200325-08-2003$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$1.285.58%35.14%
18-02-200324-02-200312-03-2003$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.056.80%-1.63%
24-07-200230-07-200215-08-2002$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$1.136.32%7.27%
19-02-200225-02-200214-03-2002$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.116.44%-
31-07-200107-08-200130-08-2001$0.03100%$0.01286$0.04286$1.163.69%-

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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