Dividend History

Dividend Star Rating for NEW ENERGY(NEW)

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Fundamental Data for NEW ENERGY(NEW)

Sector: Materials
Price: $0.00 (delayed)
Year High: $1.65
Year Low: $1.35
Market Capitalisation: $0.509 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $1.49 billion
Earnings per Share: 1.49 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 24.7
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0

Dividend Payment History for NEW ENERGY(NEW)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
28-12-201831-12-201815-02-2019$0.040%$0.00$0.04---
28-06-201829-06-201815-08-2018$0.03750%$0.00$0.0375---
28-12-201729-12-201715-02-2018$0.040%$0.00$0.04---

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 NEW ENERGY(NEW)


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Energy News Monitor | Volume XV; Issue 27  Observer Research Foundation

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Top Marijuana Stocks to Buy in 2019  Motley Fool

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Letters to the Editor, December 17, 2018 - The Mercury
Letters to the Editor, December 17, 2018  The Mercury

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Is gas the new gold? - Motley Fool Australia
Is gas the new gold?  Motley Fool Australia

Australia is home to abundant gas assets and has become one of the world's major exporters of gas in the past three decades, with 17 significant production ...



Better Buy: Brookfield Infrastructure Partners vs. Emera - The Motley Fool
Better Buy: Brookfield Infrastructure Partners vs. Emera  The Motley Fool

If all you look at is yield, then you'll pick Emera, but that could be a mistake. Here's why.



2 of the best ASX shares for income investors - Motley Fool Australia
2 of the best ASX shares for income investors  Motley Fool Australia

A falling market means higher dividend yields. Here's two businesses with reliable earnings underpinning solid income streams for investors.



AGL full year profit almost trebles on higher electricity prices - ABC News
AGL full year profit almost trebles on higher electricity prices  ABC News

AGL generates a strong 194 per cent increase in profit on the back of higher electricity prices and the closure of Hazelwood and Northern power plants.



Critical Contrast: Eaton Vance (EV) versus Moelis & Co (MC) - Fairfield Current
Critical Contrast: Eaton Vance (EV) versus Moelis & Co (MC)  Fairfield Current

Eaton Vance (NYSE:EV) and Moelis & Co (NYSE:MC) are both mid-cap finance companies, but which is the better business? We will contrast the two ...



Merredin to have WA’s largest solar farm - The West Australian
Merredin to have WA’s largest solar farm  The West Australian

The State's largest solar farm in Merredin could be producing enough electricity by the end of next year to power 42,000 homes after Chinese firm Risen Energy ...



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