Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Thursday 29 June 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 1
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 STOCKLAND(SGP)

Sector: Real Estate
Price: $5.04 (delayed)
Year High: $5.11
Year Low: $4.03
Market Capitalisation: $11.463 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $4 billion
Earnings per Share: 4 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 12.7
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 7.53% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.46

Dividend Payment History for STOCKLAND(SGP)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
29-06-201730-06-201731-08-2017$0.1290%$0.00$0.129---
29-12-201630-12-201628-02-2017$0.1260%$0.00$0.126$4.245.71%16.71%
29-06-201630-06-201631-08-2016$0.1230%$0.00$0.123$4.595.27%20.84%
29-12-201531-12-201529-02-2016$0.1220%$0.00$0.122$4.195.78%11.46%
26-06-201530-06-201531-08-2015$0.120%$0.00$0.12$4.185.66%19.07%
29-12-201431-12-201427-02-2015$0.120%$0.00$0.12$3.995.93%26.27%
26-06-201430-06-201429-08-2014$0.120%$0.00$0.12$3.936.11%29.50%
23-12-201329-12-201328-02-2014$0.120%$0.00$0.12$3.656.58%18.60%
24-06-201328-06-201330-08-2013$0.120%$0.00$0.12$3.437.00%26.12%
21-12-201231-12-201228-02-2013$0.120%$0.00$0.12$3.397.08%30.58%
25-06-201229-06-201231-08-2012$0.120%$0.00$0.12$2.898.30%5.39%
22-12-201130-12-201129-02-2012$0.120%$0.00$0.12$2.788.60%1.65%
24-06-201130-06-201131-08-2011$0.1190%$0.00$0.119$2.977.98%3.45%
23-12-201031-12-201028-02-2011$0.1180%$0.00$0.118$3.007.60%3.46%
24-06-201030-06-201031-08-2010$0.110%$0.00$0.11$3.107.03%42.40%
23-12-200931-12-200926-02-2010$0.1080%$0.00$0.108$3.128.92%30.21%
24-06-200930-06-200931-08-2009$0.170.59%$0.00043$0.17043$2.3314.63%-27.62%
23-12-200831-12-200827-02-2009$0.170.59%$0.00043$0.17043$2.6115.77%-44.25%
24-06-200830-06-200829-08-2008$0.2392.1%$0.00215$0.24115$3.6912.72%-20.62%
21-12-200731-12-200729-02-2008$0.2262.25%$0.00218$0.22818$5.488.69%24.87%
25-06-200729-06-200731-08-2007$0.22820.65%$0.02018$0.24818$5.249.18%40.56%
21-12-200629-12-200628-02-2007$0.21519.1%$0.0176$0.2326$4.779.63%39.45%
26-06-200630-06-200631-08-2006$0.20919.65%$0.0176$0.2266$4.1310.92%44.05%
22-12-200530-12-200528-02-2006$0.20521.98%$0.01931$0.22431$3.7311.74%29.44%
24-06-200530-06-200531-08-2005$0.19620.92%$0.01757$0.21357$3.1813.35%28.73%
23-12-200431-12-200428-02-2005$0.19321.77%$0.01801$0.21101$3.2012.53%31.42%
24-06-200430-06-200431-08-2004$0.190%$0.00$0.19$2.8013.73%23.43%
23-12-200331-12-200327-02-2004$0.1818.89%$0.01457$0.19457$2.7413.62%31.92%
24-06-200330-06-200329-08-2003$0.16519.4%$0.01372$0.17872$2.6413.08%40.16%
23-12-200231-12-200228-02-2003$0.15616.03%$0.01072$0.16672$2.3613.90%37.85%
24-06-200228-06-200230-08-2002$0.15214.48%$0.00943$0.16143$2.1314.77%42.13%
21-12-200131-12-200128-02-2002$0.14513.11%$0.00815$0.15315$1.9515.63%32.64%
25-06-200129-06-200131-08-2001$0.14412.5%$0.00771$0.15171$1.7317.25%43.86%
21-12-200029-12-200028-02-2001$0.13912.95%$0.00771$0.14671$1.7025.17%80.33%
26-06-200030-06-200031-08-2000$0.13218.19%$0.01029$0.14229$1.4329.15%45.42%
09-02-200015-02-200029-02-2000$0.12917.83%$0.00986$0.13886$1.2621.79%11.20%
11-08-199917-08-199931-08-1999$0.12618%$0.00972$0.13572$1.3419.46%25.06%
08-02-199912-02-199926-02-1999$0.1250%$0.00$0.125$1.3917.91%37.73%
10-08-199818-08-199831-08-1998$0.1240%$0.00$0.124$1.2819.30%36.34%
06-02-199816-02-199827-02-1998$0.1230%$0.00$0.123$1.1920.63%46.48%
07-08-199715-08-199731-08-1997$0.12250%$0.00$0.1225$1.1210.94%42.82%

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 STOCKLAND(SGP)


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Value is appearing in Stockland as apartment fears spread - The Australian

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Stockland Corporation Ltd (ASX: SGP) and Growthpoint Properties Australia Ltd (ASX: GOZ) are two of Australia's largest real estate businesses, they're both big enough to be in the S&P/ASX 200 A-REIT index. Stockland has a diverse mix of real estate ...



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David Koch: savings accounts are paying little interest so have a look at some shares - NEWS.com.au

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David Koch: savings accounts are paying little interest so have a look at some shares
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The 5.5 per cent dividend is fully franked, and the company offers “an attractive mix of capital growth and income”. Stockland Group (SGP). Stockland is a diversified property development company that has business in shopping centres, housing estates, ...

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Stockland (ASX:SGP) talks 1H FY17 results - Finance News Network

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Stockland (ASX:SGP) talks 1H FY17 results
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Blue chips to bonds: experts' picks for 2017 - The Australian

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BusinessNow: Live coverage of financial markets and companies, plus analysis and opinion - The Australian

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Weighing on the index was Commonwealth Bank trading ex-dividend as well as weakness in BHP Billiton and Fortescue following earnings reports, with the two miners the victims of lofty expectations. “Given that the largest cap stock went ex-dividend ...

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