Dividends for Associated British Foods in 2024 (Updated Date)
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Associated British Foods
Price 2,465.00GBP
-6.00 (-0.24%)
Dividend Yield 2.18%
Payout Ratio 30.60%
Dividend Growth 0 years
ISIN GB0006731235
Ticker ABF
Sector Consumer Defensive
Industry Packaged Foods
Index FTSE100
Updated: Jul 16, 2024, 11:50:08 AM (UTC)

Associated British Foods Dividends

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Dividend/share amount Ex-dividend Date Payment Date Dividend Yield
Next Dividend £0.207 5/30/24 7/5/24 0.78%
0.25%
Last Dividend £0.331 12/14/23 1/12/24 0.53%
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Associated British Foods Dividend Calendar

Event Day
Last trading date May 29, 2024
Ex-date May 30, 2024
Record date May 31, 2024
Payable date July 5, 2024

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Associated British Foods dividend history

Ex-DateAmountVariationDiv. Yield
2024£20.700001 23.05% 0.78%
5/30/24£20.7000010.78%
2023£26.9 38.44% 1.28%
12/14/23£12.70.53%
6/1/23£14.20.78%
2022£43.7 118.50% 2.71%
12/15/22£29.91.90%
6/9/22£13.80.84%
2021£2 56.85% 0.95%
12/16/21£13.80.73%
6/3/21£6.20.26%
2019£46.349999 3.00% 1.87%
12/12/19£34.2999991.41%
6/6/19£12.050.48%
2018£44.999999 9.76% 1.85%
12/13/18£33.2999991.53%
6/7/18£11.70.43%
2017£41 11.56% 1.41%
12/14/17£29.651.04%
6/8/17£11.350.38%
2016£36.750001 5.00% 1.32%
12/15/16£26.4500010.99%
6/2/16£10.30.36%
2015£35 2.94% 1.10%
12/10/15£250.73%
6/4/15£100.34%
2014£33.999999 2.91% 1.10%
12/11/14£24.2999990.77%
6/4/14£9.70.32%
2013£33.0389 15.93% 1.61%
12/4/13£22.651.00%
6/5/13£10.38890.56%
2012£28.5 15.15% 2.16%
12/5/12£201.37%
6/6/12£8.50.73%
2011£24.75 3.99% 2.31%
12/7/11£16.851.53%
6/8/11£7.90.76%
2010£23.800001 13.33% 2.30%
12/8/10£16.2000011.46%
6/2/10£7.60.79%
2009£21 3.70% 2.74%
12/2/09£14.11.77%
6/3/09£6.90.93%
2008£20.25 3.85% 2.72%
12/3/08£13.52.09%
6/4/08£6.750.80%
2007£19.5 4.00% 2.17%
12/5/07£131.49%
5/30/07£6.50.70%
2006£18.75 4.17% 2.35%
11/29/06£12.51.46%
5/31/06£6.250.85%
2005£18 31.43% 2.24%
11/30/05£121.47%
6/1/05£60.76%
2004£26.25 90.91% 4.08%
12/1/04£11.151.52%
7/28/04£5.250.85%
1/14/04£9.851.71%
2003£13.75 16.53% 2.53%
7/30/03£4.750.88%
1/15/03£91.63%
2002£11.8 4.89% 2.22%
7/31/02£4.250.73%
1/16/02£7.551.58%
2001£11.25 4.65% 2.38%
8/1/01£4.250.91%
1/29/01£71.46%
2000£10.75 82.48% 2.91%
7/31/00£4.251.05%
1/24/00£6.51.94%
1999£61.352273 439.90% 13.01%
8/2/99£4.251.02%
5/10/99£5010.71%
3/1/99£7.1022731.34%
1998£11.363636 5.26% 1.73%
8/3/98£4.8295450.76%
1/26/98£6.5340910.96%
1997£10.795454 8.57% 1.91%
8/4/97£4.8295450.82%
1/27/97£5.9659091.10%
1996£9.943181 9.37% 2.28%
7/29/96£4.8295451.07%
1/29/96£5.1136361.22%
1995£9.090909 6.67% 2.47%
7/17/95£4.8295451.20%
1/16/95£4.2613641.27%
1994£8.522727 7.14% 2.73%
7/4/94£4.8295451.61%
1/17/94£3.6931821.14%
1993£7.9545452.90%
7/19/93£4.8295451.83%
1/18/93£3.1251.10%

Associated British Foods Dividend Analysis

Yield last year
1.28%
1/3
Growth last year
-38.44%
0/3
Years in a row paying
4
0/3
Yield Last 5 years
1.70%
1/3
Growth last 5 years
-9.78%
0/3
Consecutive years of rising dividends
0
0/3
Yield last 10 years
1.51%
1/3
Growth last 10 years
-2.03%
0/3
Payout Ratio
32.86%
3/3
Final Score
6/27

Associated British Foods FAQ

Associated British Foods (ABF) has resolved to pay a dividend of £0.207 per share, representing a yield of 0.78%.

Associated British Foods, on July 5, 2024, will pay a dividend of £0.207 per share to shareholders who have maintained their shares until May 30, 2024.

In its latest dividend payment, made on January 12, 2024, Associated British Foods delivered £0.331 per share.

Associated British Foods ensures its shareholders dividends in the months of June and December, complying with a semiannual schedule.

Last year, Associated British Foods (ABF) offered a dividend yield of 1.28%, with an average of 1.70% over the last 5 years and 1.51% over the last decade.

Associated British Foods's payout ratio in the last fiscal year reached 32.86%, evidencing that profits allow for the dividend payment.

To date, Associated British Foods has not demonstrated a strategy of growing dividends.