Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 17 May 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 51
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 NATIONAL AUST. BANK(NAB)

Sector: Banks
Price: $26.54 (delayed)
Year High: $30.89
Year Low: $23.82
Market Capitalisation: $81.843 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $16.06 billion
Earnings per Share: 16.06 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 349.1
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0.04

Dividend Payment History for NATIONAL AUST. BANK(NAB)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
04-11-201607-11-201613-12-2016$0.99100%$0.42429$1.41429$26.5010.14%16.18%
17-05-201618-05-201605-07-2016$0.99100%$0.42429$1.41429$26.7810.05%2.09%
05-11-201509-11-201515-12-2015$0.99100%$0.42429$1.41429$29.059.51%6.40%
15-05-201519-05-201503-07-2015$0.99100%$0.42429$1.41429$35.207.92%21.17%
07-11-201411-11-201416-12-2014$0.99100%$0.42429$1.41429$34.008.20%12.56%
14-05-201416-05-201408-07-2014$0.99100%$0.42429$1.41429$34.388.14%21.38%
07-11-201313-11-201318-12-2013$0.97100%$0.41571$1.38571$34.667.83%64.50%
30-05-201305-06-201316-07-2013$0.93100%$0.39857$1.32857$28.529.17%49.47%
09-11-201215-11-201218-12-2012$0.9100%$0.38571$1.28571$22.4611.45%16.64%
31-05-201206-06-201216-07-2012$0.9100%$0.38571$1.28571$20.4412.44%7.85%
10-11-201117-11-201119-12-2011$0.88100%$0.37714$1.25714$21.4611.45%18.40%
02-06-201109-06-201106-07-2011$0.84100%$0.36$1.2$20.6411.21%23.41%
12-11-201018-11-201017-12-2010$0.78100%$0.33429$1.11429$20.0610.82%-1.50%
04-06-201010-06-201008-07-2010$0.74100%$0.31714$1.05714$19.3110.88%28.43%
13-11-200919-11-200917-12-2009$0.73100%$0.31286$1.04286$22.229.39%72.38%
04-06-200911-06-200909-07-2009$0.73100%$0.31286$1.04286$16.6714.57%-7.11%
07-11-200813-11-200817-12-2008$0.97100%$0.41571$1.38571$16.1017.21%-32.51%
30-05-200805-06-200810-07-2008$0.97100%$0.41571$1.38571$21.8612.55%-10.96%
16-11-200722-11-200718-12-2007$0.95100%$0.40714$1.35714$28.568.97%23.50%
01-06-200707-06-200712-07-2007$0.8790%$0.33557$1.20557$27.558.60%34.83%
10-11-200616-11-200612-12-2006$0.8490%$0.324$1.164$25.089.09%38.38%
02-06-200608-06-200613-07-2006$0.8380%$0.28457$1.11457$22.529.90%30.74%
21-11-200525-11-200519-12-2005$0.8380%$0.28457$1.11457$20.3910.93%36.92%
02-06-200508-06-200513-07-2005$0.8380%$0.28457$1.11457$18.9312.15%25.25%
15-11-200419-11-200408-12-2004$0.83100%$0.35571$1.18571$16.5714.31%17.50%
07-06-200411-06-200414-07-2004$0.83100%$0.35571$1.18571$17.1113.86%8.41%
17-11-200321-11-200310-12-2003$0.83100%$0.35571$1.18571$16.0314.53%6.61%
06-06-200313-06-200302-07-2003$0.8100%$0.34286$1.14286$17.9712.14%8.11%
18-11-200222-11-200211-12-2002$0.7590%$0.28929$1.03929$17.2711.97%19.74%
07-06-200214-06-200203-07-2002$0.72100%$0.30857$1.02857$18.9010.58%25.07%
19-11-200123-11-200112-12-2001$0.68100%$0.29143$0.97143$16.0911.99%28.70%
08-06-200115-06-200104-07-2001$0.67100%$0.28714$0.95714$16.6011.27%49.93%
20-11-200024-11-200013-12-2000$0.64100%$0.27429$0.91429$14.0712.49%42.20%
09-06-200016-06-200005-07-2000$0.59100%$0.25286$0.84286$12.1413.34%18.00%
22-11-199926-11-199915-12-1999$0.5879%$0.19637$0.77637$11.1113.93%35.81%
28-06-199902-07-199921-07-1999$0.54100%$0.23143$0.77143$11.3813.43%34.46%
19-11-199827-11-199816-12-1998$0.53100%$0.22714$0.75714$9.3215.63%29.53%
25-06-199803-07-199822-07-1998$0.49100%$0.21$0.7$9.6014.58%40.31%
20-11-199728-11-199717-12-1997$0.49100%$0.21$0.7$8.3216.14%69.23%
26-06-199704-07-199722-07-1997$0.45100%$0.19286$0.64286$7.848.20%77.10%

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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