Dividend History


Forecast Next Dividend Date: Tuesday 29 August 2017
Days remaining until next forecast dividend: 68
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 WESFARMERS(WES)

Sector: Food & Staples Retailing
Price: $42.93 (delayed)
Year High: $46.06
Year Low: $38.62
Market Capitalisation: $46.147 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $4.23 billion
Earnings per Share: 4.23 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 78.1
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 9.59% per annum
Dividend Cover: 0.26

Dividend Payment History for WESFARMERS(WES)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
20-02-201721-02-201728-03-2017$1.03100%$0.44143$1.47143$42.856.50%13.16%
29-08-201630-08-201605-10-2016$0.95100%$0.40714$1.35714$42.306.18%19.39%
29-02-201602-03-201607-04-2016$0.91100%$0.39$1.3$40.387.15%-0.86%
25-08-201527-08-201530-09-2015$1.11100%$0.47571$1.58571$40.866.99%3.10%
24-02-201526-02-201502-04-2015$0.89100%$0.38143$1.27143$41.776.98%5.64%
29-08-201402-09-201409-10-2014$1.15100%$0.49286$1.64286$44.576.41%21.83%
24-02-201428-02-201402-04-2014$0.85100%$0.36429$1.21429$43.576.16%16.22%
20-08-201326-08-201327-09-2013$1.03100%$0.44143$1.47143$39.486.51%30.27%
19-02-201325-02-201328-03-2013$0.77100%$0.33$1.1$38.306.42%50.34%
21-08-201227-08-201228-09-2012$0.95100%$0.40714$1.35714$32.417.27%33.00%
21-02-201228-02-201230-03-2012$0.7100%$0.3$1$27.578.03%0.69%
23-08-201130-08-201130-09-2011$0.85100%$0.36429$1.21429$26.738.02%7.65%
22-02-201101-03-201131-03-2011$0.65100%$0.27857$0.92857$29.246.60%15.61%
24-08-201030-08-201030-09-2010$0.7100%$0.3$1$26.506.74%32.24%
23-02-201001-03-201031-03-2010$0.55100%$0.23571$0.78571$27.216.04%104.05%
25-08-200931-08-200901-10-2009$0.6100%$0.25714$0.85714$20.637.62%-9.93%
24-02-200902-03-200931-03-2009$0.5100%$0.21429$0.71429$14.3118.47%-38.97%
26-08-200801-09-200806-10-2008$1.35100%$0.57857$1.92857$24.4919.83%5.34%
27-02-200804-03-200831-03-2008$0.65100%$0.27857$0.92857$29.2210.02%22.94%
08-11-200714-11-200729-11-2007$1.4100%$0.6$2$28.2611.37%32.86%
21-02-200727-02-200730-03-2007$0.85100%$0.36429$1.21429$26.3012.76%24.40%
21-08-200625-08-200604-09-2006$1.5100%$0.64286$2.14286$23.1213.28%1.52%
20-02-200624-02-200608-03-2006$0.65100%$0.27857$0.92857$23.6711.59%6.72%
15-08-200519-08-200529-08-2005$1.27100%$0.54429$1.81429$26.269.79%60.17%
14-02-200518-02-200502-03-2005$0.53100%$0.22714$0.75714$24.948.31%62.72%
16-08-200420-08-200430-08-2004$0.92100%$0.39429$1.31429$17.8911.18%25.09%
16-02-200420-02-200402-03-2004$0.48100%$0.20571$0.68571$16.5911.45%38.61%
01-09-200305-09-200325-09-2003$0.85100%$0.36429$1.21429$16.3411.10%11.51%
03-03-200307-03-200328-03-2003$0.42100%$0.18$0.6$14.1712.00%-8.95%
02-09-200206-09-200226-09-2002$0.77100%$0.33$1.1$16.2715.01%21.91%
04-03-200208-03-200228-03-2002$0.34100%$0.14571$0.48571$17.357.74%91.13%
05-10-200111-10-200125-10-2001$0.6100%$0.25714$0.85714$16.707.44%143.46%
29-03-200104-04-200120-04-2001$0.27100%$0.11571$0.38571$10.5610.15%92.57%
25-09-200029-09-200026-10-2000$0.48100%$0.20571$0.68571$6.9614.98%19.45%
20-03-200024-03-200017-04-2000$0.25100%$0.10714$0.35714$6.4114.93%-6.63%
27-09-199901-10-199927-10-1999$0.42100%$0.18$0.6$6.5414.64%37.06%
22-03-199926-03-199919-04-1999$0.25100%$0.10714$0.35714$7.8712.34%43.07%
24-09-199802-10-199829-10-1998$0.43100%$0.18429$0.61429$5.4717.24%12.11%
19-03-199827-03-199820-04-1998$0.23100%$0.09857$0.32857$6.1814.10%57.75%
25-09-199703-10-199730-10-1997$0.38100%$0.16286$0.54286$5.729.49%92.11%

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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