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ASX Dividend Calendar

26 Nov 2021
This table shows upcoming dividends for stocks contained in the ASX 200 index. The information only comes once a company announces a dividend; it doesn't try to predict when and how much a future dividend will be.

The dividend amount shown is the net dividend (i.e. excluding franking). The level of franking is also shown, which can be used to determine the value of the franking credits associated with that dividend. The ex-dividend date is the day upon which buying that stock would no longer entitle you to the dividend. Conversely, selling the stock on the ex-dividend date would mean you are still entitled to that dividend. Dividends may not be paid until several weeks after the ex-dividend date.

Stock codeStock name% FrankedCurrent PriceDividend YieldNext dividend amountNext dividend ex date
ALLAristocrat Leisure Limited manufactures and sells gaming machines in Australia and internationally.
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Aristocrat Leisure Ltd
1 Dec 21
ALQALS Limited is a commercial services company with national and international operations.
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2 Dec 21
GNCGrainCorp Limited operates as a food ingredients and agribusiness company.
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GrainCorp Ltd
24 Nov 21
IPLIncitec Pivot Ltd. is a diversified industrial chemicals company that manufactures and distributes industrial explosives, industrial chemicals and fertilizers.
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Incitec Pivot Ltd
1 Dec 21
NUFNufarm Limited manufactures and supplies a range of agricultural chemicals used by farmers to protect crops from damage caused by weeds, pests and disease.
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Nufarm Ltd/Australia
25 Nov 21
PDLPendal Group Limited operates as an investment management company.
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Pendal Group Ltd
2 Dec 21
PMVPremier Investments Ltd., through subsidiaries, retails clothing.
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Premier Investments Ltd
5 Jan 22
SKISpark Infrastructure Group invests in utility infrastructure assets in Australia.
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Spark Infrastructure Group
30 Nov 21
TNETechnology One Limited is an Australian-based company that is engaged in the development, marketing, sales, implementation, support, and distribution of financial management and enterprise software solutions.
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Technology One Ltd
2 Dec 21
United Malt Grp Ltd
1 Dec 21

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Investors should note that the stock price of a company on the ex-dividend date will usually fall by at least the amount of the dividend. This means that deciding when to buy a stock shouldn’t be unduly influenced by when a dividend is due to be paid unless there are tax reasons associated with that decision. Tax considerations can sometimes make it more/less favourable to earn a return in the form of a dividend or capital gain. In the case when dividends are favoured, the investor might consider buying before the ex-dividend date. Conversely, when capital gains are preferred, it may be better to wait until the ex-dividend date to buy the stock. The inverse would be true if selling.




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Anonymous User

I’m interested in full list of companies paying dividend, including warrants and options with dividend yield, Franking Credits and Frequency of payments. (Some Warrants pay dividend 4 times a year). In 2008 during the GFC I’ve invested in MXUPA warrants at $17 a piece paying almost 28% fully franked dividend. At maturity I’ve received $78 a piece. That was better investment than in underlying Multiplex company.

Stuart H.

Could another column be added indicating Franking Credits?

William O.

Hi Stuart,
Yes this is a good idea. We have put it on the list for the next round of upgrades to the new site. Thanks for the suggestion.

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