3 Dividend Stocks - CKF, WEB, CSR

  • Apr 18, 2019 AEST
  • Team Kalkine
3 Dividend Stocks - CKF, WEB, CSR
3 Dividend stocks - CKF, WEB, CSR In Australia, interest rates are kept at a very low rate, which is why investors look for dividend stocks to earn steady payments. Let’s take a quick look at 3 Dividend Stocks and the dividends that they have paid in the recent past- Collins Foods Limited (ASX: CKF) Collins Foods Limited (ASX: CKF) operates food service retail outlets in Australia Netherlands and Germany. For H1 FY19, the company reported Statutory NPAT of $21.5 million which was 69.3% higher than pcp. Further, the company also reported underlying NPAT of $21.9 million in H1FY19, up 25.9% on pcp. For the half year period, the company’s board paid a fully franked interim dividend of 9.0 cents per ordinary share, 12.5% higher than the previous corresponding period. The company has witnessed significant progress in the recent past with KFC Australia delivering strong results and improved same-store sales growth across all states. At the time of writing, i.e., on 18 April 2019, the stock of the company traded at a price of A$7.210, up by 0.698% during the day’s trade with the market capitalization of ~A$834.22 Mn. The stock is having a dividend yield ratio of 2.51%. Webjet Limited (ASX: WEB) Australia’s leading online travel agency, Webjet Limited (ASX: WEB) reported a net profit after tax (NPAT) $38.3 Mn in H1 FY19 which was 61% higher than pcp. Further, the company reported EBITDA growth of 42% in H1FY19 and it believes that it is on track to deliver at least $120 million EBITDA in FY 2019. For the half-year period, the company paid a fully franked interim dividend of 8.5 cents per share as compared to the interim dividend of 8.00 cents paid the previous corresponding period. The stock is having a dividend yield ratio of 1.23%. At the time of writing, i.e., on 18 April 2019, the stock of the company traded at a price of A$16.550, down by 0.361% during the day’s trade with the market capitalization of ~A$2.25 Bn. The stock is having a dividend yield ratio of 2.51%. CSR Limited (ASX: CSR) Leading building products company, CSR Limited (ASX: CSR) has paid significant dividends to its shareholders over the last few years. On 11 December 2018, the company paid an interim dividend of 13.0 cents per share to its shareholders for the half year ended 30 September 2018. The dividends were 100% franked. Recently, Senex Energy Ltd agreed a domestic gas sales agreement for up to 3.25 petajoules (PJ) of natural gas with CSR Limited, under which, Senex will supply CSR Building Products Limited, with 0.65 PJ of gas a year (1.95 PJ in total) commencing 1 January 2020. In the last six months, the share price of CSR limited decreased by 8.016% as on 17 April 2019. At the time of writing, i.e., on 18 April 2019, the stock of the company traded at a price of A$3.500, up by 2.339% during the day’s trade with the market capitalization of ~A$1.72 Bn. The stock is having a dividend yield ratio of 7.75%.

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