Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Saturday 01 April 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 5
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 AUSTRALIAN HIGH YIELD ETF(VHY)

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Fundamental Data for VANGUARD AUSTRALIAN HIGH YIELD ETF(VHY)

Sector: GICS Sector Code Not Applicable
Price: $59.18 (delayed)
Year High: $61.08
Year Low: $50.68
Market Capitalisation: $0.728 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 AUSTRALIAN HIGH YIELD ETF(VHY)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
03-01-201704-01-201718-01-2017$1.12160%$0.00$1.1216$61.075.63%14.48%
04-10-201605-10-201619-10-2016$1.1280%$0.00$1.128$58.905.91%13.68%
01-07-201604-07-201618-07-2016$0.791980%$0.27151$1.06341$54.954.39%-4.23%
01-04-201604-04-201618-04-2016$0.43490%$0.00$0.4349$54.457.99%-10.57%
04-01-201606-01-201619-01-2016$0.80738690%$0.31142$1.11881$56.6310.17%4.75%
01-10-201506-10-201519-10-2015$1.16610%$0.00$1.1661$55.7210.09%2.51%
01-07-201503-07-201516-07-2015$1.83360%$0.00$1.8336$64.628.22%9.74%
01-04-201507-04-201520-04-2015$0.73410%$0.00$0.7341$69.075.72%17.55%
02-01-201506-01-201519-01-2015$0.9720%$0.00$0.972$64.635.90%4.70%
01-10-201403-10-201417-10-2014$0.86040%$0.00$0.8604$63.846.77%9.09%
01-07-201403-07-201416-07-2014$1.269421%$0.11425$1.38365$65.167.35%26.36%
01-04-201407-04-201422-04-2014$0.42592.75%$0.16894$0.59394$65.156.07%19.10%
02-01-201408-01-201421-01-2014$1.11277.6%$0.36982$1.48182$65.796.10%27.59%
01-10-201308-10-201321-10-2013$0.95626391.56%$0.37524$1.3315$63.964.95%32.04%
01-07-201305-07-201318-07-2013$0.47889432.22%$0.06613$0.545024$57.525.26%28.60%
02-04-201308-04-201319-04-2013$0.48797581%$0.1694$0.657375$60.506.06%34.63%
02-01-201307-01-201321-01-2013$0.97908174.17%$0.31122$1.2903$54.715.50%28.15%
02-10-201205-10-201219-10-2012$0.86523387.03%$0.32272$1.18795$51.296.24%22.34%
02-07-201205-07-201219-07-2012$0.41465265.58%$0.11654$0.531192$47.516.89%4.49%
03-01-201206-01-201220-01-2012$1.099181.03%$0.38169$1.48079$45.046.39%-
04-10-201106-10-201120-10-2011$0.922486%$0.33997$1.26237$42.943.26%-
01-07-201106-07-201120-07-2011$0.13550%$0.00$0.1355$48.600.28%-

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 VANGUARD AUSTRALIAN HIGH YIELD ETF(VHY)


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Blue chips to bonds: experts' picks for 2017 - The Australian

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Blue chips to bonds: experts' picks for 2017
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Never Say Never - I Just Bought An ETF
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Together we googled dividend ETFs on the ASX (Australian Stock Exchange) that focused on dividend paying shares. She too is looking for immediate income from her stock purchases. The Vanguard Australian Shares High Yield ETF (VHY) stood out.

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Why ETFs urgently need a makeover - The Australian

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Why ETFs urgently need a makeover
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... a difference of more than five percentage points between the Vanguard Australian Shares High Yield fund and the iShares S&P/ASX Dividend Opportunities fund returns last year — yet both ETFs would have attracted investors looking for a similar service.

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How to Beat the Latest Interest Rate Cut - Daily Reckoning - Australian Edition

Daily Reckoning - Australian Edition

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It's a pretty competitive field, with Vanguard also offering the Australian Shares High Yield ETF [ASX:VHY], although it doesn't hold any of the REITs, and Russell's High Dividend Australian Shares ETF [ASX:RDV], which includes REITs, plus insurance ...



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3 High-Yield Real Estate Plays Paying Up To 8.6%
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The headlines in the global real estate space are terrifying right now. It's the kind of negative press you see in just two situations: the throes of a full-blown crash, or near a market top. This is the latter. Sure, high-yield opportunities are ...

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The 3 Best Dividend Growth ETFs for 2017
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Investors in search of high dividend yield - The Australian Financial Review

Investors in search of high dividend yield
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ETF providers are responding to demand by investors for yield by launching high-dividend ETFs. There are four in the Australian market, from Russell Investments, iShares, State Street Global Advisors and Vanguard. Russell Investments' ETF in this space ...



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