Diageo Dividends - DGE

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Diageo Plc DGE London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-105.50 -2.87% 3,574.50 16:29:59
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
3,566.50 3,527.00 3,607.50 3,574.50 3,680.00
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Industry Sector
BEVERAGES

Diageo DGE Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
27/01/2022InterimGBX29.3630/06/202130/06/202224/02/202225/02/202207/04/20220
29/07/2021FinalGBX44.5930/06/202030/06/202126/08/202127/08/202107/10/202172.55
28/01/2021InterimGBX27.9630/06/202030/06/202125/02/202126/02/202108/04/20210
04/08/2020FinalGBX42.4730/06/201930/06/202013/08/202014/08/202008/10/202069.88
30/01/2020InterimGBX27.4130/06/201930/06/202027/02/202028/02/202009/04/20200
25/07/2019FinalGBX42.4730/06/201830/06/201908/08/201909/08/201903/10/201968.57
31/01/2019InterimGBX26.130/06/201830/06/201928/02/201901/03/201911/04/20190
26/07/2018FinalGBX40.430/06/201730/06/201809/08/201810/08/201804/10/201865.3
25/01/2018InterimGBX24.930/06/201730/06/201822/02/201823/02/201806/04/20180
27/07/2017FinalGBX38.530/06/201630/06/201710/08/201711/08/201705/10/201762.2
26/01/2017InterimGBX23.730/06/201630/06/201723/02/201724/02/201706/04/20170
28/07/2016FinalGBX36.630/06/201530/06/201611/08/201612/08/201606/10/201659.2
28/01/2016InterimGBX22.630/06/201530/06/201625/02/201626/02/201607/04/20160
30/07/2015FinalGBX34.930/06/201430/06/201512/08/201513/08/201508/10/201556.4
29/01/2015InterimGBX21.530/06/201430/06/201526/02/201527/02/201507/04/20150
31/07/2014FinalGBX3230/06/201330/06/201413/08/201415/08/201402/10/201451.7
30/01/2014InterimGBX19.730/06/201330/06/201426/02/201428/02/201407/04/20140
31/07/2013FinalGBX29.330/06/201230/06/201314/08/201316/08/201303/10/201347.4
31/01/2013InterimGBX18.130/06/201230/06/201327/02/201301/03/201312/04/20130
23/08/2012FinalGBX26.930/06/201130/06/201205/09/201207/09/201222/10/201243.5
09/02/2012InterimGBX16.630/06/201130/06/201229/02/201202/03/201210/04/20120
25/08/2011FinalGBX24.930/06/201030/06/201107/09/201109/09/201124/10/201140.4
10/02/2011InterimGBX15.530/06/201030/06/201102/03/201104/03/201106/04/20110
26/08/2010FinalGBX24.230/06/200930/06/201008/09/201010/09/201019/10/201038.1
11/02/2010InterimGBX14.601/07/200931/12/200903/03/201005/03/201006/04/20100
27/08/2009FinalGBX22.230/06/200830/06/200909/09/200911/09/200919/10/200936.1
12/02/2009InterimGBX13.901/07/200831/12/200804/03/200906/03/200906/04/20090
28/08/2008FinalGBX21.1530/06/200730/06/200810/09/200812/09/200820/10/200834.35
14/02/2008InterimGBX13.201/07/200731/12/200705/03/200807/03/200807/04/20080
20/08/2007FinalGBX20.1530/06/200630/06/200712/09/200714/09/200722/10/200736.51
13/02/2007InterimGBX12.5501/07/200631/12/200607/03/200709/03/200710/04/20070
31/08/2006FinalGBX19.1530/06/200530/06/200613/09/200615/09/200623/10/200631.1
16/02/2006InterimGBX11.9501/07/200531/12/200508/03/200610/03/200606/04/20060
01/09/2005FinalGBX18.230/06/200430/06/200514/09/200516/09/200524/10/200529.55
17/02/2005InterimGBX11.3501/07/200431/12/200402/03/200504/03/200506/04/20050
02/09/2004FinalGBX1730/06/200330/06/200415/09/200417/09/200425/10/200427.6
19/02/2004InterimGBX10.601/07/200331/12/200303/03/200405/03/200406/04/20040
04/09/2003FinalGBX15.730/06/200230/06/200317/09/200319/09/200327/10/200325.6
20/02/2003InterimGBX9.901/07/200231/12/200205/03/200307/03/200307/04/20030
05/09/2002FinalGBX14.530/06/200130/06/200218/09/200220/09/200204/11/200223.8
21/02/2002InterimGBX9.301/07/200131/12/200106/03/200208/03/200222/04/20020
06/09/2001FinalGBX13.430/06/200030/06/200119/09/200121/09/200105/11/200122.3
22/02/2001InterimGBX8.901/07/200031/12/200007/03/200109/03/200123/04/20010
07/09/2000FinalGBX12.630/06/199930/06/200009/10/200013/10/200015/11/200021
24/02/2000InterimGBX8.401/07/199931/12/199906/03/200010/03/200013/04/20000
16/09/1999FinalGBX11.730/06/199830/06/199904/10/199908/10/199915/11/199919.5
11/03/1999InterimGBX7.801/07/199831/12/199822/03/199926/03/199930/04/19990
24/09/1998FinalGBX10.830/06/199730/06/199805/10/199809/10/199830/11/199823.3
31/03/1998InterimGBX12.501/07/199731/12/199730/03/199803/04/199824/04/19980

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
17/6/2022
10:46
gateside: I'll take Barclays target please! They can have all my DGE shares for 5040p a share :-)
28/4/2022
01:22
tudes100: Consumers do reduce expenditure on consumer discretionary categories like alcohol in recession but for DGE it's possibly about their positioning as a premium brand manufacturer. When times are tough some consumers are less likely to buy the more expensive choice, they trade down and will pick up a brand that offers better value. DGE have proved themselves resilient over the years but they undoubtedly have a portfolio now that is increasingly focused on premium (they call them reserve) brands that offer better margin but arguably are more vulnerable to an economic slowdown.
27/4/2022
15:23
thamestrader: Thanks Deutsche. Thanks a bunch. I wonder how recession-proof DGE is? Does tightening one's belt mean cutting down on the hard stuff? Naaaagh!
07/4/2022
16:14
anhar: ...and dividends supporting shareholder returns... That's an odd comment considering the painfully low yield for DGE at present as I show above. Far from supporting returns, that yield is likely to put off investors for whom yield is a serious consideration. Not that anyone gives a toss about worthless public broker advice, or at least they shouldn't, but anyway, since it was posted here.
07/4/2022
11:40
philanderer: Jefferies upgrades Diageo forecasts Jefferies has upgraded forecasts for drinks company Diageo (DGE), reflecting a continued favourable growth outlook and a recovery in trade sales, according to Edward Mundy, an analyst at the broker. Mundy believes Diageo is well-positioned to navigate a ‘stagflationary’ environment given its structural growth, pattern of market share gains, the increased demand for premium-level spirits, and a business model that can absorb the cost of goods inflation, underwritten by £1.2bn cost savings recently. Alongside buybacks and dividends supporting shareholder returns, the growth story is backed by an ambition to boost its share of the global alcoholic beverage market from 4% to 6% this decade. ‘We refresh our estimates to reflect a continued favourable growth environment and a recovery tailwind,’ Mundy said. Jefferies maintained a ‘buy’ recommendation with a price target of £44 on the stock, which closed up 0.8% at £40.11 on Wednesday. citywire.com
06/4/2022
10:48
anhar: For income investors like me, DGE yield right now at 4,012p with a historical div of 73.95p is 1.8%, which is far below the market. The forecast yield is slightly higher but remains very low. For this reason it's a tempting sell because the cash could be reinvested in a much higher yielder to boost my port income. Against that, it is unique in the FTSE100 with no other booze manufacturer there. As I maintain wide diversification, selling would lose my representation in this sector which I'm reluctant to do. So I've decided to hang on for the time being.
27/1/2022
07:45
togglebrush: V Good Interims on first reading ' Divi up 5% at 29.366p XD 23 Feb Paid 7 April ' Buy back to continue until 22nd Mar 22
26/1/2022
17:20
suetballs: Hopefully good with a nice fat dividend. Suet
30/12/2021
13:13
woodyjmw: It’s probably not an either or choice between Bonds and stock like DGE, high quality Bonds are much less likely to crash nor be as volatile as stock, they are also a diversification. If we all had an infinite amount of time on this planet we might invest wholly in stock, but if you want to sleep at night without worrying that you might loose 30%+ of your wealth the next day, then you should probably hold some bonds.
15/12/2021
13:50
robinnicolson: Nick Train wrote about Diageo in the Finsbury Growth & Income Trust 2021 annual report: Diageo was the Company's most successful stock over the last 12 months, and, partly as a result, is the biggest position, at just under 12% of NAV. There are decade-long secular trends driving Diageo's business. Most notably the propensity for consumers worldwide to drink less alcohol (which is a good thing), but instead to drink more of better-quality products. This growing taste for premium and super-premium beverage brands has accelerated with the incredible increase in consumer wealth over the last decade, notably in the USA and Asia. With arguably the best collection of prestige spirits brands (and Guinness) Diageo has been and will continue to be a prime beneficiary of these trends. In addition, while we have no view as to whether the inflation pressures afflicting the world in 2021 will turn out to be ephemeral or entrenched, we are sure few companies are better positioned to maintain the real price of their products than Diageo. Would you sooner own a government bond on a running income yield of 2%, or Diageo on a starting dividend yield of 2%? We can't help worrying that pension schemes around the world that choose the government bond ahead of Diageo, on the grounds that "equities are riskier than bonds", are making a costly mistake.
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