Dividend History

Dividend Star Rating for PETERS MACGREGOR(PET)

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Fundamental Data for PETERS MACGREGOR(PET)

Sector: Diversified Financials
Price: $0.38 (delayed)
Year High: $0.48
Year Low: $0.18
Market Capitalisation: $0.231 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $0.03 billion
Earnings per Share: 0.03 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 0
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0

Dividend Payment History for PETERS MACGREGOR(PET)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
14-05-201320-05-201328-05-2013$0.0961.12%$0.02357$0.11357$1.1812.05%22.42%
24-09-201201-10-201205-10-2012$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$0.873.28%-13.60%
26-09-201103-10-201107-10-2011$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.022.80%3.82%
24-09-201030-09-201008-10-2010$0.02100%$0.00857$0.02857$1.012.83%8.18%
22-09-200826-09-200803-10-2008$0.015100%$0.00643$0.02143$1.012.12%-11.08%
24-09-200728-09-200705-10-2007$0.025100%$0.01071$0.03571$0.983.64%-1.39%
25-09-200629-09-200631-10-2006$0.015100%$0.00643$0.02143$1.022.10%13.20%
29-08-200502-09-200510-10-2005$0.01100%$0.00429$0.01429$0.931.54%-2.65%

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 PETERS MACGREGOR(PET)


Higher petrol prices reflect a lack of competition? Don’t think so - The Canberra Times
Higher petrol prices reflect a lack of competition? Don’t think so  The Canberra Times

The last concerted effort to keep ACT petrol prices in line with those in other capitals was back in the 1990s. The late, and much missed, Terry Connolly was the ...



Top fund managers choose their favourite 11 shares for FY19 - Motley Fool Australia
Top fund managers choose their favourite 11 shares for FY19  Motley Fool Australia

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Our pollies brought to book over summer - The Australian
Our pollies brought to book over summer  The Australian

With parliament adjourned for the year, politicians are looking forward to some quiet time to read a book or two before what will be a bruising election campaign ...



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Australia’s most expensive city to rent a house in 2019 has been revealed – and it’s not Sydney - Daily Mail
Australia’s most expensive city to rent a house in 2019 has been revealed – and it’s not Sydney  Daily Mail

Details from the Domain Rental Report this week revealed the median Sydney asking price for a house is $540 a week - but although costly, it wasn't the most ...



We must keep Unilever in post-Brexit Britain' says founder of Hargreaves Lansdown PETER HARGREAVES - Daily Mail
We must keep Unilever in post-Brexit Britain' says founder of Hargreaves Lansdown PETER HARGREAVES  Daily Mail

Confirmation the mighty firm Unilever is planning to ditch its UK headquarters in favour of Rotterdam would be a serious blow to our national pride, says the ...



Look out, Aldi, Coles and Woolworths: American supermarket colossus Walmart coming to Australia - Daily Mail
Look out, Aldi, Coles and Woolworths: American supermarket colossus Walmart coming to Australia  Daily Mail

American retail colossus Walmart could be coming to Australia in a move that would drastically ramp up the supermarket wars, according to retail experts.



Jonathan Chancellor - Property Observer
Jonathan Chancellor  Property Observer

Jonathan Chancellor founded and is editor at large of Property Observer. His real estate reporting began at the Herald in Melbourne, and then for 25 years for ...



Holly Willoughby 'pays herself £1.7 million from her TV firm's income' - Daily Mail
Holly Willoughby 'pays herself £1.7 million from her TV firm's income'  Daily Mail

Stand-in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! co-host Holly Willoughby has reportedly paid herself a £1.7million salary this year from her TV company, Roxy ...



Irish pet food unit targeted in $125m Mars legal salvo - Independent.ie
Irish pet food unit targeted in $125m Mars legal salvo  Independent.ie

Global food giant Mars has launched a lawsuit against the Irish arm of German pet food maker Rondo in a battle over a $125m (€104m) market for dog treats.



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