Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Saturday 01 July 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.

Dividend Star Rating for VANGUARD AUS PROPERTY ETF(VAP)

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Fundamental Data for VANGUARD AUS PROPERTY ETF(VAP)

Sector: GICS Sector Code Not Applicable
Price: $88.89 (delayed)
Year High: $92.53
Year Low: $71.70
Market Capitalisation: $0.891 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $0 billion
Earnings per Share: 0 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 0
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0

Dividend Payment History for VANGUARD AUS PROPERTY ETF(VAP)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
03-04-201704-04-201720-04-2017$0.8890%$0.00$0.889$78.734.60%7.40%
03-01-201704-01-201718-01-2017$1.17090%$0.00$1.1709$80.494.13%12.96%
04-10-201605-10-201619-10-2016$0.57380%$0.00$0.5738$83.234.24%24.38%
01-07-201604-07-201618-07-2016$1.481213%$0.08252$1.56372$84.462.81%20.88%
01-04-201604-04-201618-04-2016$0.58820%$0.00$0.5882$78.612.31%11.00%
04-01-201606-01-201619-01-2016$1.1922470%$0.00$1.19225$74.953.97%16.24%
01-10-201506-10-201519-10-2015$0.56910%$0.00$0.5691$70.504.08%21.96%
01-07-201503-07-201516-07-2015$1.27690%$0.00$1.2769$72.443.29%23.09%
01-04-201507-04-201520-04-2015$0.56270%$0.00$0.5627$74.354.15%38.75%
02-01-201506-01-201519-01-2015$1.08680%$0.00$1.0868$69.314.56%27.61%
01-10-201403-10-201417-10-2014$0.09770%$0.00$0.0977$63.674.87%14.99%
01-07-201403-07-201416-07-2014$1.34050%$0.00$1.3405$62.005.95%17.55%
01-04-201407-04-201422-04-2014$0.592616.77%$0.04259$0.63519$57.994.46%8.14%
02-01-201408-01-201421-01-2014$1.030.06%$0.00026$1.03026$57.374.64%6.37%
01-10-201308-10-201321-10-2013$0.6622627%$0.01987$0.682132$59.113.06%14.94%
01-07-201305-07-201318-07-2013$0.2408990%$0.00$0.240899$58.113.02%20.62%
02-04-201308-04-201319-04-2013$0.7091410%$0.00$0.709141$58.905.28%35.42%
02-01-201307-01-201321-01-2013$0.8824360%$0.00$0.882436$56.444.25%30.23%
02-10-201205-10-201219-10-2012$0.6286920%$0.00$0.628692$53.542.83%29.70%
02-07-201205-07-201219-07-2012$0.8669355.88%$0.02185$0.888785$50.532.91%11.95%
04-10-201106-10-201120-10-2011$0.58070%$0.00$0.5807$41.576.66%-
01-07-201106-07-201120-07-2011$0.75670%$0.00$0.7567$46.454.71%-
01-04-201106-04-201120-04-2011$1.19455.59%$0.02862$1.22312$48.142.98%-
04-01-201107-01-201120-01-2011$0.20950%$0.00$0.2095$46.950.45%-

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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