Forecast Next Dividend Date: Tuesday 12 March 2019
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 21
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 NEWS CORPORATION(NWS)
Fundamental Data for NEWS CORPORATION(NWS)Sector: Capital Goods Price: $18.28 (delayed) Year High: $22.62 Year Low: $16.60 Market Capitalisation: $0.977 billion Net Tangible Assets: $6.01 billion Earnings per Share: 6.01 cents Price Earnings Ratio: 0 Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 21.4% per annum Dividend Cover: 0
Dividend Payment History for NEWS CORPORATION(NWS)
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- 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 NEWS CORPORATION(NWS)
|Cost of corporate greed is public's loss of faith - The Sydney Morning Herald|
Cost of corporate greed is public's loss of faith The Sydney Morning Herald
In the fallout from the banking royal commission, we are all poorer.
|Trading Day: live markets coverage, plus analysis and opinion for January 24, 2019 - The Australian|
Trading Day: live markets coverage, plus analysis and opinion for January 24, 2019 The Australian
Share this article. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print. Key events. Evolution flags higher costs ahead; Oz Minerals copper production dips; Santos revenue climbs ...
|ALP holds firm on tax reform to dividends despite retirees' protests - ABC News|
ALP holds firm on tax reform to dividends despite retirees' protests ABC News
Labor's proposed changes to the way dividends are taxed in super funds has angered many retirees, but that is unlikely to derail the reforms.
|Crown Sydney: Barangaroo casino in legal stoush with NSW Government over views - ABC News|
Crown Sydney: Barangaroo casino in legal stoush with NSW Government over views ABC News
Crown Resorts takes the New South Wales Government to court over concerns new developments could obstruct the harbour views from its controversial ...
|How the power of share dividends can boost your investment returns - Daily Telegraph|
How the power of share dividends can boost your investment returns Daily Telegraph
HUNDREDS of thousands of Australians have received a nice financial surprise over the last three weeks as 28.5 billion worth of dividends has been paid by ...
|Job cuts not ruled out as 'efficiency dividend' set to hit NSW public sector - ABC News|
Job cuts not ruled out as 'efficiency dividend' set to hit NSW public sector ABC News
The Public *Service* Association claims an efficiency dividend announced in the NSW budget equates to almost 12000 job cuts, and though the NSW Government ...
|Bluescope profit 119pc to $1.6b, but still unable to pay corporate tax - ABC News|
Bluescope profit 119pc to $1.6b, but still unable to pay corporate tax ABC News
Having looked in strife a few years ago, steelmaker Bluescope has continued its remarkable recovery aided by stripped down costs and higher prices.
|Is Oil Search a Woodside Petroleum takeover target again? - Motley Fool Australia|
Is Oil Search a Woodside Petroleum takeover target again? Motley Fool Australia
The Oil Search Limited (ASX:OSH) share price is flat over the past year.
|Breastmilk bank in NSW brings 'liquid gold' to vulnerable babies - ABC News|
Breastmilk bank in NSW brings 'liquid gold' to vulnerable babies ABC News
Mums of premature babies will have some stress alleviated with the opening of the first New South Wales milk bank, which is being billed as nothing short of ...
|Victoria displaces NSW as nation's strongest economy, with WA still lagging - ABC News|
Victoria displaces NSW as nation's strongest economy, with WA still lagging ABC News
Victoria eases ahead of New South Wales to number one spot in CommSec's State of the States economic rankings, while Western Australia continues to lag in ...