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ASX Dividend Calendar

22 May 2020
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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
AMC
Amcor PLC
0%$14.404.78%$0.1227 May 20
ARB
ARB Corp Ltd
100%$15.893.56%$0.198 Oct 20
BWP
BWP Trust
0%$3.605.46%$0.0026 Jun 20
CIM
CIMIC Group Ltd
0%$23.859.42%$0.0011 Jun 20
CSR
CSR Ltd
0%$3.688.89%$0.0028 May 20
ELD
Elders Ltd
100%$9.812.60%$0.0925 May 20
IPL
Incitec Pivot Ltd
0%$1.932.65%$0.005 Jun 20
JHX
James Hardie Industries PLC
0%$23.722.18%$0.005 Jun 20
MFG
Magellan Financial Group Ltd
0%$56.844.73%$0.0017 Aug 20
ORA
Orora Ltd
0%$2.595.65%$0.1219 Jun 20
ORI
Orica Ltd
0%$16.833.38%$0.1728 May 20
PDL
Pendal Group Ltd
10%$5.987.00%$0.1521 May 20
PMV
Premier Investments Ltd
100%$15.586.44%$0.3430 Jul 20
SYD
Sydney Airport
0%$5.596.92%$0.0026 Jun 20
TNE
Technology One Ltd
60%$9.821.54%$0.0328 May 20

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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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Stuart H.

Could another column be added indicating Franking Credits?

William O'Loughlin

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.
Regards,
William

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