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No actually their year end is March 31. September 30 interim results announced mid November. Means sometime in June you should have year end numbers, payable in July if I remember correctly.
I still seem to remember that the dividend payout was higher in June than the January '12 payout appears to be.I'm just trying to explain the 3.6% drop today. I realize a drop is often natural after the Ex-Div Date but didn't expect it to be bigger than the dividend itself! Thanks for any insights.
Yes the dividend is always higher at year end than the interim. Another convention of European stocks. It is what makes Yahoo so unreliable for dividends on ADRs.
Wall Street banisters at best....ex div -$1.00 and now it's -4% lol