What is the yield on ANZ shares?

What is the yield on ANZ shares?

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ASX:ANZ) Dividend Information

ANZ Most Recent Dividend 6/30/2021
ANZ Annual Dividend A$1.37
ANZ Dividend Yield
ANZ Payout Ratio 83.18% (Trailing 12 Months of Earnings)
ANZ Most Recent Increase A$0.35 increase on 5/6/2021

When did ANZ go ex dividend?

Key statistics for anz

Type Interim
Dividend amount 0.700
Annual yield 3.76%
Ex date 10 May 2021
Record date 11 May 2021

When was ANZ floated?

Key dates in ANZ’s 180 year history

1835 ANZ began in London when The Bank of Australasia was established under the Royal Charter
1984 Purchased Grindlays
1999 ANZ internet banking launched
2000 ANZ sells Grindlays
2003 Acquired National Bank of NZ

Why is CBA share price so high?

All bank shares have surged from their lows of last year, when the market feared lenders would be swamped by a wave of loan losses. Mr Le Mesurier, who has a $100 price target for the stock, said CBA had an “enormous” amount of excess capital, which it was likely to start returning to shareholders next financial year.

Are there any other options for ANZ shareholders?

ANZ offers both a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP) and a Bonus Option Plan (BOP) as alternatives to receiving cash dividends on ANZ ordinary shares.

What was the final dividend for ANZ in 2019?

80c partially franked final dividend. ANZ has announced that it proposes to pay a 2019 Final Dividend of 80 cents per ordinary share on 18 December 2019. The proposed 2019 Final Dividend will be 70% franked for Australian tax purposes. The unfranked portion of the dividend will be sourced from ANZ’s conduit foreign income account.

Is the ANZ share loan provided by CMC Markets?

CMC Markets Stockbroking and ANZ are not representatives of each other. The ANZ Share Investment Loan is provided by Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited ABN 11 005 357 522, AFSL 234527 (“ANZ”).

How is tax withheld on ANZ ordinary shares?

Any Australian resident holder of ANZ ordinary shares who did not provide their Tax File Number (TFN), Australian Business Number (ABN) or other exemption to ANZ’s Share Registrar had tax withheld in respect of the unfranked component of the final dividend, which was paid to the Australian Taxation Office.