Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 55
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 ORICA(ORI)

Sector: Materials
Price: $16.69 (delayed)
Year High: $21.39
Year Low: $16.90
Market Capitalisation: $6.67 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $3.08 billion
Earnings per Share: 3.08 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 0
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 7.22% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0

Dividend Payment History for ORICA(ORI)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
31-05-201801-06-201802-07-2018$0.20%$0.00$0.2---
14-11-201715-11-201708-12-2017$0.280%$0.00$0.28$17.642.97%5.87%
31-05-201701-06-201703-07-2017$0.23512.77%$0.01286$0.24786$19.382.90%46.70%
10-11-201611-11-201609-12-2016$0.2927.59%$0.03429$0.32429$16.213.46%9.89%
31-05-201601-06-201601-07-2016$0.20548.78%$0.04286$0.24786$13.496.40%-25.37%
25-11-201527-11-201518-12-2015$0.5635.71%$0.0857$0.6457$16.006.69%2.57%
28-05-201501-06-201501-07-2015$0.435%$0.06$0.46$20.542.19%8.71%
29-05-201402-06-201401-07-2014$0.440%$0.06857$0.46857$21.925.72%3.27%
19-11-201325-11-201313-12-2013$0.55100%$0.23571$0.78571$23.405.30%8.79%
28-05-201303-06-201301-07-2013$0.3938.47%$0.0643$0.4543$22.104.96%-2.29%
20-11-201226-11-201214-12-2012$0.5444.45%$0.10287$0.64287$22.884.73%1.28%
28-05-201201-06-201202-07-2012$0.3836.85%$0.06001$0.44001$23.745.04%4.82%
14-11-201121-11-201109-12-2011$0.53100%$0.22714$0.75714$23.775.06%6.77%
26-05-201102-06-201101-07-2011$0.3748%$0.07611$0.44611$23.775.12%12.86%
11-11-201017-11-201010-12-2010$0.54100%$0.23143$0.77143$23.305.36%13.71%
26-05-201001-06-201002-07-2010$0.4139.02%$0.06856$0.47856$22.145.12%36.83%
11-11-200917-11-200904-12-2009$0.5735.09%$0.08572$0.65572$21.595.17%54.25%
10-06-200916-06-200903-07-2009$0.435%$0.06$0.46$18.465.94%-18.28%
12-11-200818-11-200805-12-2008$0.5536.37%$0.08573$0.63573$14.357.57%-33.21%
27-05-200802-06-200804-07-2008$0.3935.9%$0.06$0.45$24.924.23%7.10%
14-11-200730-12-189914-12-2007$0.5332.08%$0.07287$0.60287$23.364.38%33.82%
08-06-200715-06-200706-07-2007$0.3638.9%$0.06002$0.42002$23.454.22%48.21%
20-11-200624-11-200615-12-2006$0.4843.75%$0.09$0.57$17.564.95%24.94%
07-06-200614-06-200607-07-2006$0.2634.62%$0.03858$0.29858$17.064.82%59.53%
23-11-200529-11-200516-12-2005$0.4632.61%$0.06429$0.52429$14.695.50%14.47%
20-06-200524-06-200515-07-2005$0.2532%$0.03429$0.28429$12.156.78%28.84%
11-11-200417-11-200408-12-2004$0.4546.68%$0.09003$0.54003$12.556.37%48.50%
18-06-200424-06-200415-07-2004$0.2330.45%$0.03002$0.26002$10.076.23%55.49%
13-11-200319-11-200310-12-2003$0.3419.09%$0.02782$0.36782$8.866.40%47.76%
20-06-200326-06-200317-07-2003$0.1825%$0.01929$0.19929$6.907.56%21.27%
13-11-200219-11-200210-12-2002$0.2925.87%$0.03215$0.32215$6.387.90%96.13%
03-06-200207-06-200205-07-2002$0.1550%$0.03214$0.18214$5.545.35%119.41%
20-11-200126-11-200117-12-2001$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$3.746.11%18.11%
07-06-200114-06-200106-07-2001$0.08100%$0.03429$0.11429$2.6612.21%-27.02%
22-11-200028-11-200014-12-2000$0.1925.27%$0.02058$0.21058$3.3112.02%-19.74%
16-06-200022-06-200007-07-2000$0.1640%$0.02743$0.18743$3.8811.38%-9.21%
26-11-199902-12-199917-12-1999$0.2236.37%$0.03429$0.25429$4.579.41%8.23%
07-06-199911-06-199902-07-1999$0.1540%$0.02571$0.17571$4.699.93%-7.60%
25-11-199803-12-199818-12-1998$0.290%$0.00$0.29$4.6212.77%-4.93%
10-06-199818-06-199802-07-1998$0.21100%$0.09$0.3$5.585.38%-4.70%

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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