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Dividend Star Rating for Z ENERGY(ZEL)

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Fundamental Data for Z ENERGY(ZEL)

Sector: Capital Goods
Price: $8.10 (delayed)
Year High: $8.58
Year Low: $6.01
Market Capitalisation: $2.88 billion
Net Tangible Assets: $0.01 billion
Earnings per Share: 0.01 cents
Price Earnings Ratio: 12.9
Forecast Earnings Growth (5 years): 0% per annum
Dividend Cover: 2.02

Dividend Payment History for Z ENERGY(ZEL)

Ex-Dividend Date Books Close Date Date Payable Amount Franking Franking Credit Gross Dividend Cum Div Price Gross Yield RoI
25-05-201726-05-201707-06-2017$0.18670%$0.00$0.1867---
24-11-201625-11-201612-12-2016$0.08840%$0.00$0.0884$6.623.51%26.95%
26-05-201627-05-201608-06-2016$0.16890%$0.00$0.1689$7.253.07%76.35%
18-11-201520-11-201502-12-2015$0.0770180%$0.00$0.077018$5.341.32%62.63%

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 Z ENERGY(ZEL)


Z Energy FY17 profit boosted by Caltex acquisition - Finance News Network

Finance News Network

Z Energy FY17 profit boosted by Caltex acquisition
Finance News Network
New Zealand fuel distributor, Z Energy (ASX:ZEL), posted its financial results for the full year ended 31 March 2017 this morning. Its historical ... The company declared a final dividend of 19.9 cents per share, which is a 10% incresae over last year ...

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About NZResources - NZResources.com (subscription)

About NZResources
NZResources.com (subscription)
Z Energy Ltd's (NZX: ZEL) annual profit has more than tripled to $243 million, following acquisition and 10-month contribution from Chevron New Zealand's former assets Caltex and Challenge fuel outlets. Revenue climbed for Z Energy's year to March from ...



Z Energy lifts dividend as Caltex contributes to 22pc gain in first-half profit, increased volumes - New Zealand Herald

Z Energy lifts dividend as Caltex contributes to 22pc gain in first-half profit, increased volumes
New Zealand Herald
Z Energy raised its first-half dividend as the service station operator posted a 22 per cent gain in earnings and a 57 per cent jump in fuel volumes following its acquisition of Chevron New Zealand's Caltex and Challenge! brands. Profit rose to $82 ...

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Is Z Energy Limited (NZSE:ZEL) In Sound Financial Health? - Simply Wall St

Is Z Energy Limited (NZSE:ZEL) In Sound Financial Health?
Simply Wall St
Small-caps and large-caps are wildly popular among investors; however, mid-cap stocks, such as Z Energy Limited (NZSE:ZEL) with a market-capitalization of USD $2.07 Billion, rarely draw their attention and few analysts cover them. But as a matter of ...



Can Z Energy Limited's (NZSE:ZEL) ROE Continue To Surpass The Industry Average? - Simply Wall St

Can Z Energy Limited's (NZSE:ZEL) ROE Continue To Surpass The Industry Average?
Simply Wall St
While Z Energy Limited's (NZSE:ZEL) ROE of 14.7% over the past year tells us that the company generated 14.7 cents on every dollar invested by shareholders, we must consider it in the light of its industry's performance and other factors which tell us ...

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Thursday outlook: ASX to open flat - Finance News Network

Finance News Network

Thursday outlook: ASX to open flat
Finance News Network
Overnight, Wall Street finished mixed – with the Dow Jones and S&P 500 reaching new record highs, but the NASDAQ fell slightly. The Federal Reserve has released the minutes of its November meeting, which occurred a few days before the US Presidential ...

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Deloitte Top 200: Chief Executive of the Year - Mike Bennetts - New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

Deloitte Top 200: Chief Executive of the Year - Mike Bennetts
New Zealand Herald
The Deloitte Top 200 judges were impressed saying Bennetts was a "very deserving winner" of Chief Executive of the Year for 2016 and had "set the vision for what has been a great success story in the market for Z". "He is an inclusive leader ...

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HPCL rated 'Buy'; dividend yield 'attractive', says Motilal Oswal - Financial Express

HPCL rated 'Buy'; dividend yield 'attractive', says Motilal Oswal
Financial Express
Pure play marketing companies trade at higher valuations: Pure play petroleum marketing companies—US based CST Brands (CST US; M Cap: $ 2.4 billion) and New Zealand based Z Energy (ZEL NZ; M Cap: $1.5 billion) trade (1 year forward basis) at 10x ...



Morning Report APAC: Trump talk puts market to the sword - TradingFloor.com

TradingFloor.com

Morning Report APAC: Trump talk puts market to the sword
TradingFloor.com
US: In a published interview with the Wall Street Journal, President Donald Trump said the US dollar “is getting too strong” and that his administration would not label China a currency manipulator. As for the Fed Chair Janet Yellen, he said she was ...
Trump Says Dollar 'Getting Too Strong,' Won't Label China a Currency Manipulator - WSJ - Wall Street JournalWall Street Journal

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Could Seven Group Holdings Limited (ASX:SVW) be actually undervalued when we account for its future growth? - Simply Wall St

Simply Wall St

Could Seven Group Holdings Limited (ASX:SVW) be actually undervalued when we account for its future growth?
Simply Wall St
Investors in Seven Group Holdings have been patiently waiting for the uptick in earnings and if you believe the 6 analysts covering the stock then the next 3 years will be very interesting. We are expecting to see the earnings grow around 54.8% and ...



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