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Dividend Star Rating for WPP AUNZ(WPP)

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Fundamental Data for WPP AUNZ(WPP)

Sector: Energy
Price: $0.54 (delayed)
Year High: $1.17
Year Low: $0.77
Market Capitalisation: $0.733 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $-0.48 billion
Earnings per Share: -0.48 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 11
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 1.2

Dividend Payment History for WPP AUNZ(WPP)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
25-09-201826-09-201803-10-2018$0.023100%$0.00986$0.03286---
28-03-201829-03-201806-04-2018$0.042100%$0.018$0.06$0.929.84%-13.36%
25-09-201726-09-201703-10-2017$0.021100%$0.009$0.03$1.048.24%3.28%
23-03-201724-03-201731-03-2017$0.039100%$0.01671$0.05571$1.107.79%40.40%
05-09-201606-09-201620-09-2016$0.021100%$0.009$0.03$1.182.55%122.99%

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 WPP AUNZ(WPP)


WPP Aunz Ltd (ASX:WPP) ups debt amid challenging market conditions - Motley Fool Australia
WPP Aunz Ltd (ASX:WPP) ups debt amid challenging market conditions  Motley Fool Australia

Marketing services group WPP Aunz Ltd (ASX: WPP) has reported an increase in sales, NPAT, EPS and dividends, but its debt facilities are also growing ...



WPP Aunz Ltd trades flat as historic CEO resigns on allegations of misconduct - Motley Fool Australia
WPP Aunz Ltd trades flat as historic CEO resigns on allegations of misconduct  Motley Fool Australia

Sir Martin Sorrell resigned after 31 years as CEO of WPP plc, the British holding that controls WPP Aunz Ltd (ASX: WPP). Chairman Roberto Quarta will serve as ...



Why these 4 ASX shares are sinking lower today - Motley Fool Australia
Why these 4 ASX shares are sinking lower today  Motley Fool Australia

The Kidman Resources Ltd (ASX:KDR) share price is one of three sinking lower on Tuesday. Here's why...



Why WPP Aunz Ltd is a fantastic each way bet - Motley Fool Australia
Why WPP Aunz Ltd is a fantastic each way bet  Motley Fool Australia

Shares in leading media agency WWP Aunz Ltd (ASX: WPP) have fallen more than 20% since they warned less than a month ago that full year 2017 profits ...



WPP AUNZ horizontality model gains traction, delivers 3% profit - AdNews
WPP AUNZ horizontality model gains traction, delivers 3% profit  AdNews

WPP AUNZ Mike Connaghan says the group has delivered better than expected” results against a flat media market and soft conditions. He says the media ...



Why these 4 media shares should be on your buy list - Motley Fool Australia
Why these 4 media shares should be on your buy list  Motley Fool Australia

Investors tend to focus on the negatives of the media sector, such as declining print publishing and free to air television. But there are plenty of growth.



3 small caps with big dividends - Motley Fool Australia
3 small caps with big dividends  Motley Fool Australia

Most of the shares with big dividend yields are ones that are large caps, don't have much growth left and are priced quite cheaply accordingly. Small caps don't ...



STW enters the history books as WPP merger flies through and final links to Singo cut - MuMbrella
STW enters the history books as WPP merger flies through and final links to Singo cut  MuMbrella

Twenty three years after John Singleton listed his ad agency on the stock market, his initials SGN will finally disappear from the exchange ticker after the merger ...



3 undervalued media stocks that have caught analysts' attention - Motley Fool Australia
3 undervalued media stocks that have caught analysts' attention  Motley Fool Australia

There are 36 ASX-listed media companies to choose from, several of which wish they could hide under a rock in their current state, but analysts have named ...



Bad year for investors with most ASX media investments declining in 2017 - mUmBRELLA*
Bad year for investors with most ASX media investments declining in 2017  mUmBRELLA*

ASX investors who backed media and marketing companies mostly lost money, Mumbrella's analysis of share market performance in 2017 reveals. The worst ...



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