Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Tuesday 14 May 2019
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 112
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 MACQUARIE GROUP(MQG)

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Fundamental Data for MACQUARIE GROUP(MQG)

Sector: Diversified Financials
Price: $116.31 (delayed)
Year High: $129.75
Year Low: $82.28
Market Capitalisation: $44.046 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $45.12 billion
Earnings per Share: 45.12 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 17.1
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.44

Dividend Payment History for MACQUARIE GROUP(MQG)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
12-11-201813-11-201818-12-2018$2.1545%$0.41464$2.56464---
14-05-201815-05-201803-07-2018$3.245%$0.61714$3.81714---
07-11-201708-11-201713-12-2017$2.0545%$0.39536$2.44536$97.245.95%33.12%
16-05-201717-05-201703-07-2017$2.845%$0.54$3.34$91.926.03%60.47%
08-11-201609-11-201614-12-2016$1.945%$0.36643$2.26643$77.536.31%5.64%
17-05-201618-05-201604-07-2016$2.440%$0.41143$2.81143$64.197.05%-3.89%
09-11-201511-11-201516-12-2015$1.640%$0.27429$1.87429$81.085.15%49.36%
18-05-201520-05-201502-07-2015$240%$0.34286$2.34286$78.784.91%46.16%
12-11-201414-11-201416-12-2014$1.340%$0.22286$1.52286$60.855.58%24.85%
14-05-201416-05-201402-07-2014$1.640%$0.27429$1.87429$56.545.39%34.32%
11-11-201315-11-201312-12-2013$140%$0.17143$1.17143$54.604.83%88.83%
13-05-201317-05-201302-07-2013$1.2540%$0.21429$1.46429$45.484.87%78.90%
02-11-201209-11-201212-12-2012$0.750%$0.00$0.75$29.325.12%46.41%
07-05-201211-05-201202-07-2012$0.750%$0.00$0.75$25.725.44%-13.27%
07-11-201114-11-201114-12-2011$0.650%$0.00$0.65$21.2711.28%-27.57%
09-05-201116-05-201104-07-2011$10%$0.00$1$31.478.29%-12.95%
04-05-201111-05-201103-07-2012$0.750%$0.00$0.75$30.995.20%-22.47%
08-11-201012-11-201015-12-2010$0.860%$0.00$0.86$32.875.66%-18.57%
10-05-201014-05-201002-07-2010$10%$0.00$1$40.714.57%39.53%
09-11-200913-11-200916-12-2009$0.860%$0.00$0.86$42.863.18%71.27%
11-05-200915-05-200903-07-2009$0.460%$0.10286$0.50286$32.647.51%-31.16%
24-11-200828-11-200819-12-2008$1.4580%$0.49714$1.94714$23.6829.04%-50.80%
26-05-200830-05-200804-07-2008$2100%$0.85714$2.85714$47.2210.44%-28.19%
03-01-200809-01-200830-01-2008$1.45100%$0.62143$2.07143$60.983.40%0.27%

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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