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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Associated British Foods Plc ABF London Ordinary Share GB0006731235 ORD 5 15/22P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  -23.00 -1.03% 2,210.00 2,251.00 2,213.00 2,232.00 2,233.00 16:35:28
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Industry Sector
FOOD PRODUCERS

Associated British Foods ABF Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
24/04/2019InterimGBX12.0502/09/201802/03/201906/06/201907/06/201905/07/20190
06/11/2018FinalGBX33.315/09/201715/09/201813/12/201814/12/201811/01/201945
17/04/2018InterimGBX11.703/09/201703/03/201807/06/201808/06/201806/07/20180
07/11/2017FinalGBX29.6516/09/201616/09/201714/12/201715/12/201712/01/201841
19/04/2017InterimGBX11.3504/09/201604/03/201708/06/201709/06/201707/07/20170
08/11/2016FinalGBX26.4517/09/201517/09/201615/12/201616/12/201613/01/201736.45
19/04/2016InterimGBX10.327/02/201527/02/201602/06/201603/06/201601/07/20160
03/11/2015FinalGBX2512/09/201412/09/201510/12/201511/12/201508/01/201635
21/04/2015InterimGBX1028/08/201428/02/201504/06/201505/06/201503/07/20150
04/11/2014FinalGBX24.313/09/201313/09/201411/12/201412/12/201409/01/201534
23/04/2014InterimGBX9.701/09/201301/03/201404/06/201406/06/201404/07/20140
05/11/2013FinalGBX22.6514/09/201214/09/201304/12/201306/12/201310/01/201432
23/04/2013InterimGBX9.3502/09/201202/03/201305/06/201307/06/201305/07/20130
06/11/2012FinalGBX2015/09/201115/09/201205/12/201207/12/201211/01/201328.5
24/04/2012InterimGBX8.503/09/201103/03/201206/06/201208/06/201206/07/20120
08/11/2011FinalGBX16.8517/09/201017/09/201107/12/201109/12/201113/01/201224.75
27/04/2011InterimGBX7.905/09/201005/03/201108/06/201110/06/201108/07/20110
09/11/2010FinalGBX16.218/09/200918/09/201008/12/201010/12/201014/01/201123.8
20/04/2010InterimGBX7.627/08/200927/02/201002/06/201004/06/201002/07/20100
05/11/2009FinalGBX14.112/09/200812/09/200902/12/200904/12/200908/01/201021
21/04/2009InterimGBX6.928/08/200828/02/200903/06/200905/06/200903/07/20090
04/11/2008FinalGBX13.513/09/200713/09/200803/12/200805/12/200809/01/200920.25
22/04/2008InterimGBX6.7501/09/200701/03/200804/06/200806/06/200803/07/20080
06/11/2007FinalGBX1315/09/200615/09/200705/12/200707/12/200711/01/200819.5
24/04/2007InterimGBX6.503/09/200603/03/200730/05/200701/06/200702/07/20070
07/11/2006FinalGBX12.516/09/200516/09/200630/11/200601/12/200612/01/200718.75
19/04/2006InterimGBX6.2504/09/200504/03/200631/05/200602/06/200603/07/20060
08/11/2005FinalGBX1217/09/200417/09/200530/11/200502/12/200513/01/200618
19/04/2005InterimGBX605/09/200405/03/200501/06/200503/06/200504/07/20050
10/11/2004FinalGBX11.1518/09/200318/09/200401/12/200403/12/200414/01/200516.4
14/04/2004InterimGBX5.2528/08/200328/02/200428/07/200430/07/200431/08/20040
04/11/2003FinalGBX9.8513/09/200213/09/200314/01/200416/01/200418/02/200414.6
16/04/2003InterimGBX4.7501/09/200201/03/200331/07/200301/08/200329/08/20030
05/11/2002FinalGBX914/09/200114/09/200215/01/200317/01/200318/02/200313.25
17/04/2002InterimGBX4.2502/09/200102/03/200231/07/200202/08/200230/08/20020
06/11/2001FinalGBX7.5515/09/200015/09/200116/01/200218/01/200218/02/200211.8
18/04/2001InterimGBX4.2503/09/200003/03/200101/08/200103/08/200131/08/20010
08/11/2000FinalGBX716/09/199916/09/200029/01/200102/02/200119/02/200111.25
18/04/2000InterimGBX4.2528/08/199928/02/200031/07/200004/08/200001/09/20000
08/11/1999FinalGBX6.516/09/199816/09/199924/01/200028/01/200021/02/200010.75
02/11/1998FinalGBX6.2512/09/199712/09/199801/03/199905/03/199906/04/199910.5

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
09/10/2019
19:50
essentialinvestor: On fundamentals there are a couple of factors to keep in mind. Firstly, the de-rating in PER terms has followed the slowdown in Primark UK's extraordinary decade plus growth rates. Without that growth and a below market yield (even at the current share price) the shares were vulnerable to a multiple de-rating. The US market may eventually be a growth driver, however that's too early to call. Whether younger consumers begin to question buying high volume disposable clothing needs to be monitored - I'm not sure that will happen. Any GBP strength is supportive.
08/12/2018
00:30
philanderer: EI , I did and also noticed the last few minutes share price reaction as well :-O
07/12/2018
10:22
tlobs2: Not sure about the logic of the depressed share price falling further on the news that the profits will be in line with previous predictions ! The Worlds gone mad :-)
07/11/2018
08:17
tlobs2: Share price rising again. You'll probably not hear from the Old Queen today :-)
11/9/2018
10:21
wskill: If Glaxo is selling Horlicks India for more than £3 billion what is Ovaltine worth I am thinking, no idea myself but will buy a few more as the sum of the parts add up to much more than the share price is today.
10/9/2018
08:30
queen gibbs: Interesting early reaction to the news reflected in share price?
07/9/2018
12:34
queen gibbs: EI - I have spent several years working on 'the High Street' in both the UK & Europe for some of the largest retailers, in that time I have made several senior contacts who I keep in touch with Another poor day on the share price? tlobs2 - great comment similar to what you leave for others (having read your profile) at any time please tell me when I'm factually incorrect Rumour has it another Executive Director left this week - didn't last a year! All is not well in the happy ship Primark
05/9/2018
21:37
tlobs2: He has a Ouija Board and uses it to speak to the other side and then try to influence the share price of a FTSE 100 company with daily deramps on a free BB. What a waste of ones time .....
23/8/2018
09:07
mozy123: Jefferies eyes ‘ideal opportunity’ to buy ABF Jefferies has maintained its ‘buy’ rating on Associated British Foods (ABF) ahead of a market update from the food group and Primark owner next month, believing the bad news surrounding the stock to be priced in. ‘ABF’s 10 September pre-close update should reiterate ongoing sugar pricing pressures and pre-empt input challenges to Primark’s margin,’ said analyst James Grzinic. ‘We believe the shares already price in these commodity-related, temporary challenges. We remain on ‘buy’ and believe current conditions represent an ideal opportunity for fundamental investors to get involved.’ Grzinic cut his estimates of Primark’s margins, resulting in his target price falling from £32 to £28, still ahead of yesterday’s £23.20 share price. He has pinned his ‘buy’ case on potentially improving margins and international expansion for Primark, an easing of the European sugar market and the shares’ ‘valuation attraction’, on less than 17 times 2019 earnings.
09/8/2018
12:02
queen gibbs: ABF - overall the share price has dropped 30+% in recent times The group have relied on Primark's performance during that time This is a dangerous game to play in the current climate - the high street as a retail destination is dead & buried The lack of online presence was always down to ignorance/arrogance - this will bite hard & the 2020 vision of 'click & collect' is so dated it belongs in the ark! The leadership team & far & away not what it used to be & the retail DNA that always delivered has been lost, as several key figures are no longer in the business Interesting times ahead?
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