Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Thursday 30 March 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 3
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 360 CAPTIAL(TIX)

Sector: Real Estate
Price: $2.72 (delayed)
Year High: $2.88
Year Low: $2.35
Market Capitalisation: $0.545 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $2.32 billion
Earnings per Share: 2.32 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 10
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.19

Dividend Payment History for 360 CAPTIAL(TIX)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
29-12-201630-12-201625-01-2017$0.0540%$0.00$0.054$2.508.66%18.10%
29-09-201630-09-201627-10-2016$0.0540%$0.00$0.054$2.779.67%39.73%
29-06-201630-06-201626-07-2016$0.054250%$0.00$0.05425$2.697.95%31.35%
30-03-201631-03-201628-04-2016$0.054250%$0.00$0.05425$2.538.65%18.13%
29-12-201531-12-201527-01-2016$0.05380%$0.00$0.0538$2.478.72%20.65%
12-10-201514-10-201523-10-2015$0.05380%$0.00$0.0538$2.356.93%21.20%
26-06-201530-06-201524-07-2015$0.06070%$0.00$0.0607$2.456.45%28.32%
27-03-201531-03-201524-04-2015$0.05070%$0.00$0.0507$2.553.87%31.12%
26-09-201430-09-201424-10-2014$0.0480%$0.00$0.048$2.254.20%19.62%
23-12-201329-12-201324-01-2014$0.04650%$0.00$0.0465$2.025.72%-64.82%
24-09-201330-09-201325-10-2013$0.04650%$0.00$0.0465$2.122.73%-
24-06-201328-06-201326-07-2013$0.011250%$0.00$0.01125$7.730.44%-
22-03-201328-03-201326-04-2013$0.011250%$0.00$0.01125$7.170.16%-
21-12-201231-12-201225-01-2013$0.011250%$0.00$0.01125$6.20--

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 360 CAPTIAL(TIX)


Can these 7 companies sustain their huge 7% or higher dividend yields? - Motley Fool Australia

Can these 7 companies sustain their huge 7% or higher dividend yields?
Motley Fool Australia
Of the companies above, Industrea, 360 Capital, Cromwell all pay unfranked dividends. Franking credits can boost the after-tax returns investors receive considerably – particularly for those investors in low tax brackets or investors in retirement – as ...



5 companies with dividend yields above 7% - Motley Fool Australia

5 companies with dividend yields above 7%
Motley Fool Australia
Between October 2015 and August 2016, the S&P/ASX 200 A-REIT (Index: ^AXPJ) (ASX: ASX: XPJ) gained 20%, continuing the impressive performance of the real estate sector since the GFC downturn in 2008. Over the past five years the index has more ...

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Centuria Capital completes acquisition of 360 Capital - Finance News Network

Finance News Network

Centuria Capital completes acquisition of 360 Capital
Finance News Network
Centuria Capital Group (ASX:CNI) has completed its acquisition of the property funds management platform of 360 Capital Group. Also acquired was the 360 Capital Industrial Fund (ASX:TIX) and 360 Capital Office Fund (ASX:TOF). Centuria says this ...

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Centuria acquires majority 360 Capital Group real estate stake - Money Management

Money Management

Centuria acquires majority 360 Capital Group real estate stake
Money Management
The company said the transaction involved Centuria acquiring 360 Capital Investment Management Limited, the manager of 360 Capital Industrial Fund, 360 Capital Office Fund and four unlisted real estate funds for $91.5 million, plus $10 million in cash ...
Moelis kicks off $150m Centuria Capital raisingThe Australian Financial Review

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360 Capital Group seeks investment backers - The Australian

360 Capital Group seeks investment backers
The Australian
360 Capital said it had grown its statutory net profit to $24.1 million, which was in line with the previous corresponding period, while its operating profit was $16m, up 9.1 per cent. Its statutory earnings per security came in at 10.6c, which matched ...



Is 7.3% a big enough yield for this IPO? - Switzer Financial News

Switzer Financial News

Is 7.3% a big enough yield for this IPO?
Switzer Financial News
Although not directly comparable, 360 Capital Industrial Fund (ASX code TIX) is trading on a forecast distribution yield of 7.9% for FY17, while the Industria REIT (ASX Code IDR) is trading on a forecast FY17 distribution yield of 7.3%. Both have ...

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Why the BWP Trust share price has crashed 25% - Motley Fool Australia

Why the BWP Trust share price has crashed 25%
Motley Fool Australia
Unfortunately, BWP's dividend yield is unfranked and equates to a fully franked dividend yield of just over 4%. ... Industrea REIT (ASX: IDR) and 360 Capital Industrial Fund (ASX: TIX) operate in similar sectors and offer yields of 7.5% and 8.9 ...



4 overlooked small caps paying huge yields - Motley Fool Australia

4 overlooked small caps paying huge yields
Motley Fool Australia
The four A-REITs were Asia Pacific Data Centre Group (ASX: AJD) (“APDC”), Industrea REIT (ASX: IDR), 360 Capital Industrial Fund (ASX: TIX) and Australian industrial REIT (ASX: ANI). The following table summarises their main points since my article ...

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Are these 4 high-yielding property companies worth a look? - Motley Fool Australia

Are these 4 high-yielding property companies worth a look?
Motley Fool Australia
At the time (think late 2007), many industrials were trading at sky-high valuations and their dividend yields were relatively low. By comparison, many ... 360 Capital Industrial Fund (ASX: TIX) currently sports a yield of 8.5%, although it's unfranked ...



Gas float on backburner as Alinta listing delayed - The Australian

Gas float on backburner as Alinta listing delayed
The Australian
So called “bond proxies” — stocks favoured for their dividend yields amid low interest rates and quantitative easing since the financial crisis — have been under pressure in recent months as government bond yields have surged from record lows. After ...



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