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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Dcc Plc DCC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
10.00 0.17% 6,008.00 16:29:57
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
6,058.00 6,002.00 6,080.00 6,008.00 5,998.00
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Industry Sector
SUPPORT SERVICES

Dcc DCC Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
18/05/2021FinalGBX107.8531/03/202031/03/202127/05/202128/05/202122/07/2021159.8
10/11/2020InterimGBX51.9531/03/202031/03/202119/11/202020/11/202009/12/20200
19/05/2020FinalGBX95.7931/03/201931/03/202028/05/202029/05/202023/07/2020145.27
12/11/2019InterimGBX49.4831/03/201931/03/202021/11/201922/11/201911/12/20190
14/05/2019FinalGBX93.3731/03/201831/03/201923/05/201924/05/201918/07/2019138.35
13/11/2018InterimGBX44.9831/03/201831/03/201922/11/201823/11/201812/12/20180
15/05/2018FinalGBX82.0931/03/201731/03/201824/05/201825/05/201819/07/2018122.98
14/11/2017InterimGBX40.8931/03/201731/03/201823/11/201724/11/201711/12/20170
16/05/2017FinalGBX74.6331/03/201631/03/201725/05/201726/05/201720/07/2017111.8
14/11/2016InterimGBX37.1731/03/201631/03/201724/11/201625/11/201612/12/20160
17/05/2016FinalGBX64.1831/03/201531/03/201626/05/201627/05/201621/07/201697.22
10/11/2015InterimGBX33.0431/03/201531/03/201619/11/201520/11/201507/12/20150
19/05/2015FinalGBX55.8131/03/201431/03/201528/05/201529/05/201523/07/201584.54
04/11/2014InterimGBX28.7331/03/201431/03/201513/11/201414/11/201428/11/20140
21/05/2014FinalGBX50.7331/03/201331/03/201428/05/201430/05/201424/07/201476.85
06/11/2013InterimGBX26.1231/03/201331/03/201413/11/201315/11/201329/11/20130
14/05/2013FinalEUR56.231/03/201231/03/201322/05/201324/05/201325/07/201385.68
06/11/2012InterimEUR29.4831/03/201231/03/201314/11/201216/11/201230/11/20120
15/05/2012FinalEUR50.4731/03/201131/03/201223/05/201225/05/201226/07/201277.89
08/11/2011InterimEUR27.4231/03/201131/03/201216/11/201118/11/201102/12/20110
10/05/2011FinalEUR48.0731/03/201031/03/201118/05/201120/05/201121/07/201174.18
09/11/2010InterimEUR26.1131/03/201031/03/201117/11/201019/11/201003/12/20100
18/05/2010FinalEUR43.731/03/200931/03/201026/05/201028/05/201022/07/201067.44
10/11/2009InterimEUR23.7430/03/200930/09/200918/11/200920/11/200904/12/20090
19/05/2009FinalEUR39.7331/03/200831/03/200927/05/200929/05/200923/07/200962.34
10/11/2008InterimEUR22.6130/03/200830/09/200819/11/200821/11/200805/12/20080
19/05/2008FinalEUR36.1231/03/200731/03/200828/05/200830/05/200824/07/200849.28
11/05/2007FinalEUR31.4131/12/200531/12/200623/05/200725/05/200726/07/200749.28
13/11/2006InterimEUR17.8730/03/200630/09/200622/11/200624/11/200608/12/20060
02/03/2006FinalEUR27.3131/03/200531/03/200624/05/200626/05/200614/07/200642.85
07/11/2005InterimEUR15.5430/03/200530/09/200516/11/200518/11/200501/12/20050
16/05/2005FinalEUR23.7531/03/200431/03/200525/05/200527/05/200511/07/200537.26
09/11/2004InterimEUR13.5130/03/200430/09/200417/11/200419/11/200401/12/20040
17/05/2004FinalEUR20.6531/03/200331/03/200426/05/200428/05/200414/07/200432.4
10/11/2003InterimEUR11.7530/03/200330/09/200319/11/200321/11/200301/12/20030
19/05/2003FinalEUR17.9631/03/200231/03/200328/05/200330/05/200314/07/200328.18
11/11/2002InterimEUR10.2230/03/200230/09/200220/11/200222/11/200202/12/20020
13/05/2002FinalEUR15.2131/03/200131/03/200222/05/200224/05/200211/07/200224.5
12/11/2001InterimEUR9.330/03/200130/09/200121/11/200123/11/200130/11/20010
14/05/2001FinalEUR13.3831/03/200031/03/200123/05/200125/05/200110/07/200121.12
20/11/2000InterimEUR7.7430/03/200030/09/200027/11/200001/12/200008/12/20000
15/05/2000FinalEUR11.1531/03/199931/03/200022/05/200026/05/200004/07/200017.6
08/11/1999InterimEUR6.4530/03/199930/09/199915/11/199919/11/199926/11/19990

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
05/1/2021
08:18
djderry: Another of the completely undervalued companies in my portfolio.As an investor,I'm completely at peace with that.It's the lot of the patient investor.Today's news of a further acquisition of another LPG distributor in the US is another step in the process of building real scale in the business. Actually,it's just business as usual. The share price has gone nowhere for a couple of years.Yet DCC continues to compound growth approx 15% a year.One day,sooner or later,the share price will double. As a patient investor,I'm completely used to that as well.
18/11/2020
16:10
prokartace: Obviously no one wants the dividend, it goes ex 51.95p tomorrow!
18/11/2020
15:29
pdriccio: DCC PLC Enabling energy transition webcast that went well!! ;-)
10/11/2020
13:33
djderry: They are serial acquirers of companies.Believe it or not,more than a 200! Generally speaking,this is a bad idea as most acquisitions fail.However,in the case of DCC,the opposite is true.They have a team scouring the world.They are ruthless about it,it's ROC has to be at least 15%,they learn everything about the market,then scale up,if it makes sense.Any underperformers ( very few) get sold and the cash will eventually get recycled into higher return assets.Their profit margin is tiny,about 1.6% if I remember rightly.The scale and effeciency of how they do it makes it a cash machine.If you ever visit their HQ,I'm told there's hardly carpet on the floor, although I can't vouch for that!
01/10/2020
14:11
jatin724: DCC plc downgraded to Sell from Neutral at Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs analyst Matija Gergolet downgraded DCC plc to Sell from Neutral with a price target of 5,000 GBp, down from 6,800 GBp. The analyst has taken a "more conservative view of the longer-term growth potential of DCC's existing oil products distribution businesses, owing to the increased focus in Europe and globally on the Green Deal and the shift away from petroleum products." The analyst added that M&A execution is likely to become more challenging due to the low interest rate environment. Read more at: https://thefly.com/n.php?id=3168252
05/8/2019
16:18
djderry: This is macro stuff.Brexit us,of course,a lose-lose situation economically speaking,a mirage created by the Little Englanders who want to make Britain great again.It's easy to tap into the 'take back control' slogan when you want to appeal to the disaffected and disenchanted,the 'fight back' brigade.Ask them what they're fighting against and you'll get disparate answers.What's this got to do with DCC? Not much,but a crash -out Brexit will push up costs,increase the cost of business and sap investment.
21/6/2019
15:38
djderry: These have been in the portfolio ,originally at 18 euros,before moving to the LSE.Over the years,I've continued to add,another 10 K today(euro minus stamp duty of 1%).1.9% dividend,(although it's much more on the original holding),growth rate of 20% plus ,a juggernaut of synergistic acquisitions ( try saying that while sucking a gobstopper!)and just starting to branch out in the US.
04/6/2019
23:49
djderry: DCC has sold Kent Pharmaceuticals and Athlone Labs to Duke Street private equity.
03/12/2018
18:20
sogoesit: I own both DCC and BNZL but over the last year or so DCC has under-performed BNZL. BNZL has also been less volatile. Why? Maybe DCC are getting too diversified, with the Tech investments recently, a strategy I'm not sure I understand fully. I don't know the reasons for this but prefer adding, when I do, to BNZL rather than DCC for the time being.
07/2/2017
12:23
ali47fish: 2 contrasting verdicts shareacast-30/1/17-Gs bullish update 11 feb Goldman Sachs has upgraded DCC to 'buy' from 'neutral' and lifted the price target to 7,400p from 7,000p, saying recent underperformance provides an attractive entry point. GS noted the shares have underperformed the Stoxx 600 by 15% since November 2016, mostly likely caught up in a broader sector rotation. Its de-rating creates an attractive entry point for two reasons, the bank said. Firstly, it pointed to the fact that DCC is not a typical defensive stock, and secondly, it highlighted its significant M&A growth potential and superior returns profile, which it said warrant a premium valuation. "For the last four reported years, consensus earnings per share estimates for DCC have been revised up by 13%, versus the Stoxx 600 down 18%. We believe M&A and consistent delivery of organic improvement will continue to drive these upgrades over time." Goldman reckons DCC has the financial headroom to spend close to £1bn on additional M&A over the next two years, based on debt and equity financing. It said that this, along with the pricing of its deals, could add 16% a year to earnings growth. "At the same time, and owing to its operational efficiency and strong cash generation, we believe that DCC will continue to deliver cash returns significantly ahead of its business services and consumer staples peers." and the fool finds expensive This growth stock is set to lag the FTSE 100 in 2017 DCC Group Image: DCC Group; Fair use Peter Stephens | Tuesday, 7th February, 2017 | More on: CPIDCC 0 inShare Finding shares that could outperform the FTSE 100 is never a straightforward task. Certainly, unearthing businesses with bright futures is possible for even the most time-poor investor. However, in many cases much of the growth potential of a business has already been priced-in by the market. Reporting today is a stock which, while offering a strong track record of growth, seems to be overvalued at the present time. Upbeat performance The update released today by sales and marketing company DCC (LSE: DCC) shows that it made encouraging progress in its third quarter. Operating profit was ahead of the prior year and in line with expectations. In particular, DCC Energy benefitted from strong organic volume growth in LPG as well as sound organic growth in both Retail & Fuelcard and Oil. Similarly, DCC Healthcare overcame the headwind of weaker sterling and benefitted from an improved performance in DCC Health & Beauty Solutions. Meanwhile, DCC Technology’s operating profit grew sharply versus the prior year and it benefitted from the CUC acquisition. DCC Environmental saw good organic growth, which made a positive contribution to the company’s overall performance. Looking ahead, the acquisition of Esso Retail Norway for a total consideration of £235m (also announced today) could generate a return on invested capital employed of around 15% in the first year. Valuation However, DCC’s valuation appears to take into account its upbeat performance and its future prospects. In terms of the latter, its bottom line growth rate of 8% next year and 4% the year after represents a significant downward step from the double-digit gains recorded in recent years. Despite the lower profitability expected over the medium term, DCC continues to trade on a relatively high valuation. For example, it has a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 22.8. This equates to a price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 3.8 when combined with its growth forecast. Due to its high valuation, the company’s share price gains in 2017 may fail to match those of the FTSE 100. Certainly, DCC is performing well as a business and has a bright long-term future. But its valuation appears to be excessive, given its near-term profit growth forecasts. i added this mornig as i like the divi and the m@A potential- any comment welcome!
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