Dividend Star Rating for UNIVERSAL COAL(UNV)
Fundamental Data for UNIVERSAL COAL(UNV)Sector: Energy Price: $0.00 (delayed) Year High: $0.36 Year Low: $0.20 Market Capitalisation: $0.178 billion Net Tangible Assets: $0.13 billion Earnings per Share: 0.13 cents Price Earnings Ratio: 3.9 Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum Dividend Cover: 4.4
Dividend Payment History for UNIVERSAL COAL(UNV)
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- 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 UNIVERSAL COAL(UNV)
|China growth beats expectations, Wall Street in red: Aus shares to open slightly higher - Finance News Network|
China growth beats expectations, Wall Street in red: Aus shares to open slightly higher Finance News Network
The local share market is eyeing a flat finish for the week, but the futures are suggesting a slight rise at the open, after the Chinese economy sighted first quarter ...
|Key policies of Labor, Coalition and the Greens - The Australian|
Key policies of Labor, Coalition and the Greens The Australian
PERSONAL TAX CUTS. Coalition: (Stage 1). — Australians earning up to $37,000 will receive an income tax offset of up to $255. This incrementally increases ...
|'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 ...
|How Australia will change under a Bill Shorten Labor government and what it will mean for you - Daily Mail|
How Australia will change under a Bill Shorten Labor government and what it will mean for you Daily Mail
Australians had nothing to fear from a Labor government and the country would be a fairer place for all, according to the man who wants to be our next prime ...
|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 ...
|The "New Energy Economy" : An Exercise in Magical Thinking [Gas Transitions] - naturalgasworld.com|
The "New Energy Economy" : An Exercise in Magical Thinking [Gas Transitions] naturalgasworld.com
A movement has been growing for decades to replace hydrocarbons, which collectively supply 84% of the world's energy. It began with the fear that we were ...
|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.