INFRATIL LIMITED. (IFT) Dividend History

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Dividend Summary:

INFRATIL LIMITED. (IFT) operates in the Utilities industry category. Infratil Limited owns and operates infrastructure and utility businesses and investments primarily in New Zealand and Australia

The most recent ex-dividend date was 28-11-2019. This dividend was $0.055098 and was not franked. and was partially franked at 0%. The date paid for this dividend is 13-12-2019.

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Dividend Alert

INFRATIL(IFT) has declared a Interim dividend of $0.055098 per share. The dividend is franked at 0.00% therefore the franking credit is$0.00000 per share. INFRATIL will go ex-dividend on 28-11-2019. The dividend will be paid in 22 days on 13-12-2019.

Company Profile:

Industry Group:
Price Year High:
$4.97
Price Year Low:
$3.31
Market Capitalisation:
$3.01 billion
Net Tangible Assets:
$2.269 billion
Earnings per Share:
$0.1
Dividends per Share:
$0.11
Dividend Cover:
0.91
Price Earnings Ratio:
45
Forecast 5 Yr Earnings Growth:
n/a

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Dividend Payment History for INFRATIL(IFT)


Ex Dividend Date Record Date Payable Date Amount Franking Rate Franking Credit Gross Dividend Further Information

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  • 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.

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