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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Diploma Plc DPLM London Ordinary Share GB0001826634 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-12.00 -0.52% 2,290.00 16:35:02
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
2,290.00 2,274.00 2,320.00 2,276.00 2,302.00
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Industry Sector
SUPPORT SERVICES

Diploma DPLM Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
18/11/2019FinalGBX20.530/09/201830/09/201928/11/201929/11/201922/01/202029
13/05/2019InterimGBX8.530/09/201830/09/201923/05/201924/05/201912/06/20190
19/11/2018FinalGBX17.830/09/201730/09/201829/11/201830/11/201823/01/201825.5
14/05/2018InterimGBX7.730/09/201730/09/201824/05/201825/05/201813/06/20180
20/11/2017FinalGBX1630/09/201630/09/201730/11/201701/12/201724/01/201823
15/05/2017InterimGBX730/09/201630/09/201725/05/201726/05/201714/06/20170
21/11/2016FinalGBX13.830/09/201530/09/201601/12/201602/12/201625/01/201720
16/05/2016InterimGBX6.230/09/201530/09/201626/05/201627/05/201615/06/20160
20/11/2015FinalGBX12.430/09/201430/09/201526/11/201527/11/201527/01/201618.2
11/05/2015InterimGBX5.830/09/201430/09/201521/05/201522/05/201517/06/20150
17/11/2014FinalGBX11.630/09/201330/09/201427/11/201428/11/201428/01/201517
12/05/2014InterimGBX5.430/09/201330/09/201421/05/201423/05/201418/06/20140
18/11/2013FinalGBX10.730/09/201230/09/201327/11/201329/11/201322/01/201415.7
13/05/2013InterimGBX530/09/201230/09/201322/05/201324/05/201319/06/20130
19/11/2012FinalGBX10.230/09/201130/09/201228/11/201230/11/201223/01/201314.4
14/05/2012InterimGBX4.230/09/201130/09/201223/05/201225/05/201220/06/20120
24/11/2011FinalGBX8.530/09/201030/09/201107/12/201109/12/201125/01/201212
17/05/2011InterimGBX3.530/09/201030/09/201125/05/201127/05/201122/06/20110
22/11/2010FinalGBX6.230/09/200930/09/201001/12/201003/12/201019/01/20119
10/05/2010InterimGBX2.830/09/200930/09/201019/05/201021/05/201016/06/20100
16/11/2009FinalGBX5.330/09/200830/09/200925/11/200927/11/200913/01/20107.8
11/05/2009InterimGBX2.501/10/200831/03/200920/05/200922/05/200917/06/20090
27/11/2008FinalGBX530/09/200730/09/200826/11/200828/11/200821/01/20097.5
12/05/2008InterimGBX2501/10/200731/03/200821/05/200823/05/200818/06/20080
26/11/2007FinalGBX1830/09/200630/09/200705/12/200707/12/200724/01/200827
11/05/2007InterimGBX901/10/200631/03/200723/05/200725/05/200720/06/20070
13/11/2006FinalGBX1530/09/200530/09/200630/11/200601/12/200617/01/200723
08/05/2006InterimGBX801/10/200531/03/200617/05/200619/05/200614/06/20060
11/11/2005FinalGBX1330/09/200430/09/200530/11/200502/12/200518/01/200620
09/05/2005InterimGBX701/10/200431/03/200518/05/200520/05/200515/06/20050
15/11/2004FinalGBX1130/09/200330/09/200401/12/200403/12/200418/01/200517
10/05/2004InterimGBX601/10/200331/03/200419/05/200421/05/200415/06/20040
17/11/2003FinalGBX1030/09/200230/09/200303/12/200305/12/200320/01/200415
12/05/2003InterimGBX501/10/200231/03/200321/05/200323/05/200323/06/20030
18/11/2002FinalGBX930/09/200130/09/200204/12/200206/12/200221/01/200314
21/05/2002InterimGBX501/10/200131/03/200229/05/200231/05/200202/07/20020
26/11/2001FinalGBX830/09/200030/09/200119/12/200121/12/200123/01/200213
22/05/2001InterimGBX501/10/200031/03/200130/05/200101/06/200102/07/20010
20/11/2000FinalGBX730/09/199930/09/200018/12/200022/12/200017/01/200112
16/05/2000InterimGBX501/10/199931/03/200030/05/200005/06/200003/07/20000
22/11/1999FinalGBX4.530/09/199830/09/199920/12/199924/12/199919/01/20009
17/05/1999InterimGBX4.501/10/199831/03/199907/06/199911/06/199901/07/19990
26/11/1998FinalGBX1030/09/199730/09/199814/12/199818/12/199812/01/199914.5
18/05/1998InterimGBX4.501/10/199731/03/199826/05/199801/06/199801/07/19980

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
08/10/2020
13:08
jeffian: This from citywire - "Peel Hunt backs Diploma’s acquisition Diploma’s (DPLM) acquisition of Windy City Wire reassures Peel Hunt that the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) strategy is on track and reiterates the industrial machinery group as a defensive growth stock. Analyst Henry Carver reiterated his ‘add’ recommendation and increased the target price from £21.50 to £24. The shares were trading at £21.90 yesterday. Carver said the £194m acquisition of the US-based distributor of low-voltage wire and cable was ‘perhaps a statement of intent from the new management team’. ‘It certainly reassures us that the M&A strategy remains firmly on track and gives an idea of what sort of deals are out there,’ he said. ‘At our target price, Diploma would trade at a full-year 2021 price-earnings of 36.6 times, which we think is an appropriate rating for a stock with Diploma’s defensive growth characteristics and proven model.’"
29/9/2020
20:17
thewheeliedealer: Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion includes DPLM. We also chatted about loads of other Stocks and the outlook for Markets and as usual a fair bit of educational stuff with regards to Investing. Anyway, if you use Apple, Audioboom, Overcast or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want TPI Podcast 32) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://soundcloud.com/user-479955511/conkers3-wheeliedealer-32-micropayments-loop-dplm-dddd-song-wtb-fpo-biln-aa-call-ipf
25/9/2019
11:06
jeffian: Not that anyone takes any notice, another nice little acquisition today for DPLM. Companies that "grow by acquisition" have become rather unfashionable recently. It did for RPC after Northern Trust accused them of using takeover accounting to hide a lack of performance in the underlying business but DPLM is a different kettle of fish. Highly cash-generative and usually with net cash and no borrowings on the balance sheet, it is in a virtuous cycle of reinvesting (genuine cash) profits for growth.
04/7/2019
12:29
alphabeta4: Don't think so, this is just doing it's normal trend IMHO. I've added a trade at 1446. The seals stuff in North America is pretty trivial, being a sub part of one of three divisions which was still up 4% and DPLM tends to do well when the oil price rises as it ups capex spending so I would expect that to reverse anyway.
20/5/2019
11:02
pillion: Sold all my DPLM on 7th May at 1,532.25p; profit of about 32% Still a solid growth Co but decided to cash in Good luck to holders
13/5/2019
10:54
losos: jeffian - Thanks for your thoughts in posts 631/633/636 Replicate my thoughts also. As someone who looks for dividend income I note that at current share price they are at the low end. I keep forgetting to do the yield calc on my buy price and not what they are now haha. If there was a bid it would make my decision easy haha.
12/3/2019
10:56
jeffian: I love this share and it's done me very well over many years. It has many of the attributes I particularly like - cash on the balance sheet, good enough cash generation to pay for acquisitions without borrowing or tapping shareholder, a well-covered growing dividend - and yet, and yet.....as it re-approaches the ATH, is anyone else feeling it might be getting a bit ahead of itself? At the end of the day, it's just a distributor (a specialist one, granted) which is not normally a highly-rated sector and underlying growth ex-acquisitions is unexciting if steady. Today, on 2018 earnings, it sits on an "adjusted" PER of 25.6x, a "basic" PER over 30x and a divi yield of 1.76%. I rarely sell anything and usually end up regretting it when I do, but I wonder if this is as good as it gets here for a while. What do you think?
30/8/2018
08:40
jeffian: Press comment today on CEO removal suggests he just didn't cut the mustard (according to the Times he "faced 'challenges' adjusting from being a divisional head to a group chief executive") and many papers talk of a "culture clash" suggesting he was trying to make them go a way they didn't want to go. Certainly the performance of DPLM over the past years suggests there wasn't much to 'fix'. Anyway, the share price reaction suggests the market was happy with the decision. Onward and upward.
29/8/2018
07:16
alphabeta4: "The Board believes that a change in CEO is in the best interests of the Company and its shareholders. The Board is fully committed to the Group's successful long term strategy and, as reported in today's Trading Update, the Company continues to perform well. Working together with Diploma's experienced senior management team I feel confident the Group's successful, consistent strategy and culture will continue to deliver profitable growth." Is this a dig that Richard wanted to change the strategy and subsequently fell out with the board? In January when he was appointed DPLM also agreed to pay out for his plan with his old employer worth c£1m as long as he didn't resign within 12 months so it looks like he had to be pushed. It doesn't look like someone internally vying for his job as it says search for an external appointment has started. Personally as a long term holder who has done very well from the existing strategy (I've been here since £3.80) I'm fine with this, it does show how ruthless the board are though! Fair play to them for speaking up rather than go along with something they felt was not in shareholder's best interests.
24/5/2018
07:16
pillion: Ex divi today
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