See below table for upcoming dividends on the ASX. Click the headings to sort or search for your company.
Franked Dividend: Percentage of the company’s dividend that is franked. When a stock’s dividend is fully franked, the company pays tax on the entire dividend. Investors receive 100% of the tax paid on the dividend as franking credits.
Ex-date: The ex-date, or ex-dividend date, is the date on or after which a security is traded without a previously declared dividend or distribution. After the ex-date, a stock is said to trade ex-dividend. The ex-date is the date on which the seller, not the buyer of a stock, will be entitled to a recently announced dividend.
Books close: When a company declares a dividend, generally at the same time as its biannual trading results announcement, it also announces a record date (sometimes also known as the books closing date). Dividends are paid to all investors listed on the company’s share register at 5:00 pm on this record date.
Payable: is the date the dividend is paid to the shareholder.
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