Forecast Next Dividend Date: Thursday 07 March 2019
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 16
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Dividend Star Rating for UNIVERSAL COAL(UNV)
Fundamental Data for UNIVERSAL COAL(UNV)Sector: Capital Goods Price: $0.35 (delayed) Year High: $0.33 Year Low: $0.15 Market Capitalisation: $0.144 billion Net Tangible Assets: $0.16 billion Earnings per Share: 0.16 cents Price Earnings Ratio: 9.5 Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum Dividend Cover: 1.44
Dividend Payment History for UNIVERSAL COAL(UNV)
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Dividend News Articles for UNIVERSAL COAL(UNV)
|'Significantly undervalued': coal play Universal Coal reckons it's a cheap buy - Stockhead|
'Significantly undervalued': coal play Universal Coal reckons it's a cheap buy Stockhead
If thriving coal miner Universal Coal had operations in Australia it would be valued a lot higher says boss Tony Weber. But the company's (ASX:UNV) thermal ...
|Universal Coal is in Play - Luke Cummings - Livewire Markets|
Universal Coal is in Play - Luke Cummings Livewire Markets
Yesterday morning, Universal Coal (UNV.ASX) announced receipt of an indicative, non-binding acquisition proposal at $0.35 per share from Ata Resources Pty ...
|Universal Coal forecast 29% increase in EBITDA - Finance News Network|
Universal Coal forecast 29% increase in EBITDA Finance News Network
Universal Coal (ASX:UNV) has released a statement forecasting a 29 per cent increase in EBITDA to $93 million for the financial year 2019. The company ...
|ALP jumps the gun: first major party releases 2019 federal election mini-manifesto - The Mandarin|
ALP jumps the gun: first major party releases 2019 federal election mini-manifesto The Mandarin
The Australian Labor Party has release the first major party campaign pledges of the 2019 federal election, with a mix of both specific and non-specific policy ...
|Six ASX small caps that reported positive quarterly results today - Stockhead|
Six ASX small caps that reported positive quarterly results today Stockhead
Hipster homewares seller Temple & Webster (ASX:TPW) is still successfully fighting off a multitude of rivals to maintain a run of cash-positive quarters.
|Coal companies are soaring but may be about to hit turbulence - Motley Fool Australia|
Coal companies are soaring but may be about to hit turbulence Motley Fool Australia
Australia's coal miners have seen their share prices soar, but may be about to dive.
|Donald Trump saves coal from renewables surge - The Australian|
Donald Trump saves coal from renewables surge The Australian
Thirteen years ago, a Republican president who had pulled the US out of an onerous climate treaty faced isolation at the annual gathering of Western leaders.
|NSW farmers don't deserve $1b in drought aid - The Australian Financial Review|
NSW farmers don't deserve $1b in drought aid The Australian Financial Review
One billion dollars in subsidies for drought-hit farmers are based on literary myths, and undercut decades of experts' work.
|Wealth special, part 1: 101 wealth ideas for 2018 - The Australian|
Wealth special, part 1: 101 wealth ideas for 2018 The Australian
Fair winds are blowing for investors in 2018. Commodity prices, from iron ore to wool, are rising, interest rates are steady and Donald Trump looks to have a tax ...
|ABC goes gaga for Modern Monetary Theory - MacroBusiness|
ABC goes gaga for Modern Monetary Theory MacroBusiness
Trust the ABC to like this idea: The radical idea of offering every person a government-funded job is finding new supporters in Australia as proponents claim it ...