Are These 6 NZX Dividend Stocks The Best Options To Invest In This year?

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  • Dividends are a good investment option for risk-averse investors.
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  • Could these stocks be the best investment options?

One of the surest benefits of investing in a good company is receiving adequate dividends from time to time. Have a look at these companies that have recently announced their dividends for the intervals to figure which of them could be the right choice according to your investment plan.

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Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited  (NZX:ANZ)

This dual- listed investment Company specialises in NZ- based home loans. It has recently declared an interim dividend of 70.000 cents with imputation credits of 8.000c. The ex-dividend date for it was May 10 and the payable date has been set as 1 July 2021. Even in the past, the country has been uniformly giving out dividends each year.

On May 18, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited traded at NZ$29.710, up by 0.71%, at the time of writing.

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Westpac Banking Corporation (NZX:WBC)

Yet another dual-listed banking corporation, it has a broad range of wealth management services. It announced its dividend today for 58.000c with dividend imputation credits of 7.000c. May 13 was the ex-dividend date, whereas the payment date for this dividend is 25 June 2021. Historically, the Company has been rewarding its shareholders with regular dividends.

On May 18, Westpac Banking Corporation traded at NZ$27.310, down by 0.69%, at the time of writing.

Z Energy limited (NZX:ZEL)

It supplies fuel to different commercial vehicles, right from aircrafts to carriers. Recently, it has offered a dividend of 14.000c, with imputation credits of 5.444c. May 20 is the declared date for ex-dividend, which is to be paid on 2 June 2021. Previously too, the company has been regular in terms of dividends, barring 2020, which witnessed a dry spell due to COVID-19-related losses.

On 18 May, Z Energy Limited traded at NZ$2.800, up by 0.36%, at the time of writing.

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 Trustpower Limited  (NZX:TPW)

It supplies internet and telecom services besides other range of services. It has recently announced a final dividend of 17.000 cents with imputation of 6.611c as well as a special dividend of 1.500c with imputation of 0.583c. The ex-dividend for both is 10 June 2021 and the payable date is 18 June 2021. In the past as well, the Company strives to give out dividends each year.

On May 18, Trustpower Limited traded at NZ$8.400, up by 0.72%, at the time of writing.

Scales Corporation Limited (NZX:SCL)

This is an agriculture-based business Company. its final dividend stood at 9.500c with imputation credits of 3.694c. June 30, 2021 is the ex-dividend date, and 9 July 2021 is the payable date. It has given out a regular, considerable dividends to its stakeholders.

On May 18, Scales Corporation Limited Traded at NZ$4.580, up by 1.33%, at the time of writing.

Henderson Far East Income Limited (NZX:HFL)

This is an investment-based organisation, which is dealings in multiple countries. Lately, it has announced an interim dividend of 5.800, the ex-dividend date for which is 29 April 2021. The payable date for the dividend was announced as 28 May 2021. Previously too, it has shared dividends with the stakeholders wholeheartedly.

On May 18, Henderson Far East Income Limited traded at NZ$6.620, up by 0.15%, at the time of writing.

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