Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Friday 28 June 2019
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 69
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 SPDR S&P/ASX 200 FUND(STW)

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Fundamental Data for SPDR S&P/ASX 200 FUND(STW)

Sector: Not Applic
Price: $0.00 (delayed)
Year High: $60.12
Year Low: $50.75
Market Capitalisation: $3.579 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $52.58 billion
Earnings per Share: 52.58 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 0
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0

Dividend Payment History for SPDR S&P/ASX 200 FUND(STW)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
28-03-201929-03-201912-04-2019$0.704481.08%$0.24477$0.94917---
28-12-201831-12-201811-01-2019$0.54402182%$0.19118$0.735201---
27-09-201828-09-201811-10-2018$0.9309389%$0.35508$1.28601---
28-06-201829-06-201811-07-2018$0.38427345%$0.07411$0.458383---
28-03-201829-03-201812-04-2018$0.52982470%$0.15895$0.688774$57.104.71%12.33%
28-12-201729-12-201711-01-2018$0.50033783%$0.17798$0.678317$56.574.26%10.75%
28-09-201729-09-201711-10-2017$0.84786888%$0.31977$1.16764$52.454.62%6.99%
29-06-201730-06-201711-07-2017$0.57098136%$0.08809$0.659071$54.494.27%-
30-03-201731-03-201711-04-2017$0.40289961%$0.10533$0.508229$53.944.68%22.47%
29-12-201630-12-201611-01-2017$0.52207186%$0.19242$0.714491$52.964.00%15.89%
29-09-201630-09-201611-10-2016$0.69591188%$0.26246$0.958371$51.696.27%19.84%
29-06-201630-06-201611-07-2016$0.84182961%$0.22008$1.06191$48.625.13%-2.08%
29-12-201531-12-201511-01-2016$1.19259687%$0.44467$1.63727$49.204.77%5.01%
26-06-201530-06-201509-07-2015$0.710%$0.00$0.71$52.204.67%10.18%
29-12-201431-12-201409-01-2015$1.258587.05%$0.46951$1.72801$50.905.74%8.51%
26-06-201430-06-201409-07-2014$0.98549.4%$0.20854$1.19354$50.845.75%24.45%
23-12-201329-12-201308-01-2014$1.249289.81%$0.48082$1.73002$49.185.49%20.15%
24-06-201328-06-201308-07-2013$0.77305660%$0.19879$0.971846$43.605.39%21.53%
21-12-201231-12-201209-01-2013$1.15305586%$0.42498$1.57803$43.185.62%21.75%
25-06-201229-06-201209-07-2012$0.65001971.58%$0.19941$0.849429$37.686.05%-3.85%
22-12-201130-12-201109-01-2012$1.057981.96%$0.37159$1.42949$37.467.17%-10.56%
24-06-201130-06-201108-07-2011$0.976467.29%$0.28158$1.25798$41.565.54%5.75%
23-12-201031-12-201010-01-2011$0.781279.06%$0.26469$1.04589$44.414.35%6.27%
24-06-201030-06-201008-07-2010$0.694764.93%$0.19332$0.88802$41.484.25%23.49%
23-12-200931-12-200906-01-2010$0.65778%$0.21963$0.87663$43.614.24%40.48%
24-06-200930-06-200903-07-2009$0.737974.35%$0.23513$0.97303$35.026.48%-23.24%
17-12-200823-12-200831-12-2008$1.082546.42%$0.21536$1.29786$32.2712.88%-39.21%
24-06-200830-06-200803-07-2008$2.578525.33%$0.27991$2.85841$48.588.35%-12.27%
21-12-200731-12-200704-01-2008$0.893579.38%$0.30397$1.19747$59.206.49%16.81%
25-06-200729-06-200704-07-2007$2.398324.02%$0.24689$2.64519$60.006.55%29.68%
21-12-200629-12-200604-01-2007$0.954281.45%$0.33308$1.28728$53.975.38%21.19%
26-06-200630-06-200605-07-2006$1.361543.61%$0.25446$1.61596$47.896.31%23.76%
22-12-200530-12-200505-01-2006$1.080770.67%$0.32731$1.40801$45.756.71%19.63%
24-06-200530-06-200505-07-2005$1.44734.75%$0.2155$1.6625$41.147.20%25.90%
23-12-200431-12-200406-01-2005$0.955284.45%$0.34571$1.30091$39.915.27%29.99%
24-06-200430-06-200405-07-2004$0.622567%$0.17875$0.80125$35.034.90%20.88%
23-12-200331-12-200306-01-2004$0.674183.87%$0.2423$0.9164$32.285.22%12.43%
24-06-200330-06-200303-07-2003$0.611859.63%$0.15635$0.76815$30.473.95%-0.46%
23-12-200231-12-200206-01-2003$0.320982.35%$0.11325$0.43415$30.214.39%-6.17%
24-06-200228-06-200203-07-2002$0.89190%$0.00$0.8919$31.823.14%-
21-12-200131-12-200104-01-2002$0.10790%$0.00$0.1079$33.610.32%-

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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