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The benchmark ASX 200 index settled 0.77% higher on Friday.
- CHC, TCL and GMG, which settled in the green last Friday, are scheduled to go ex-dividend this week.
- The date before which investors buy shares of a company to become eligible for the next dividend is called ex-dividend date.
Investors looking for additional dividend income keep a close watch on the ex-dividend date of ASX shares. The month of June has seen a bunch of ASX shares go ex-dividend and three such shares which have their ex-dividend date coming up this week, are – CHC, TCL and GMG.
All these three ASX-listed stocks settled in the green last Friday. The three shares gained despite no major price-sensitive news released by the respective companies. The shares advanced along with overall gains recorded by the benchmark ASX 200 index, which settled 0.77% higher. Now, with these three ASX-listed shares gaining ground last week, investors would be looking to lap them up before they go ex-dividend in the middle of the week.
NOTE: The date before which investors buy shares of a company to become eligible for the next dividend is called ex-dividend date. However, sellers receive the dividend in case investors purchase the shares on or after ex-dividend date.
Here we discuss three ASX-listed shares which are scheduled to go ex-dividend this week:
Charter Hall Group operates across segments such as property funds management, property management, property investment banking, and others. Shares of this integrated property group are scheduled to trade ex-dividend on Wednesday, 29 June 2022.
Charter Hall Group’s board recently announced a franked interim dividend of 20.47 cents per share, which would be distributed on 31 August 2022. For the half year ending 30 June 2022, the total dividend per security adds up to 40.13 cents per share. It implies a 6% rise on FY21’s distribution of 37.86 cents per share.
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Transurban Group develops, operates, and owns toll roads and intelligent transport systems. Shares of the company are also scheduled to trade ex-dividend on Wednesday, 29 June 2022.
For the six months ending 30 June 2022, the board of Transurban Group had announced that it would distribute 26 cents per stapled security.
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Additionally, the road operator company is scheduled to pay a franked dividend of 8.34% on 23 August 2022. With this, the total FY22 dividend adds up to 41 cents per stapled security.
Goodman Group operates in business space property, development & funds management business, and international industrial space. Shares of the company are also scheduled to trade ex-dividend on 28 June 2022.
The board of Goodman Group would pay eligible shareholders a dividend of 15 cents per stapled security. However, the distribution is unfranked in case of Goodman Group. The shareholders are expected to receive the payment on 25 August 2022.
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