Johnson Matthey Dividends - JMAT

Johnson Matthey Dividends - JMAT

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Johnson Matthey Plc JMAT London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 2,089.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2,089.00
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Johnson Matthey JMAT Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
26/05/2022FinalGBX5531/03/202131/03/202209/06/202210/06/202202/08/202277
24/11/2021InterimGBX2230/03/202130/09/202102/12/202103/12/202101/02/20210
27/05/2021FinalGBX5031/03/202031/03/202110/06/202111/06/202103/08/202170
19/11/2020InterimGBX2030/03/202030/09/202026/11/202027/11/202004/02/20210
11/06/2020FinalGBX31.12531/03/201931/03/202018/06/202019/06/202004/08/202055.625
21/11/2019InterimGBX24.530/03/201930/09/201928/11/201929/11/201904/02/20200
30/05/2019FinalGBX62.2531/03/201831/03/201906/06/201907/06/201906/08/201985.5
21/11/2018InterimGBX23.2530/03/201830/09/201829/11/201830/11/201805/02/20190
31/05/2018FinalGBX58.2531/03/201731/03/201807/06/201808/06/201807/08/201880
21/11/2017InterimGBX21.7530/03/201730/09/201730/11/201701/12/201706/02/20180
01/06/2017FinalGBX54.531/03/201631/03/201708/06/201709/06/201701/08/201775
17/11/2016InterimGBX20.530/03/201630/09/201624/11/201625/11/201607/02/20170
02/06/2016FinalGBX5231/03/201531/03/201609/06/201610/06/201602/08/201671.5
20/11/2015InterimGBX19.530/03/201530/09/201507/01/201608/01/201602/02/20160
20/11/2015SpecialGBX15030/03/201530/09/201507/01/201608/01/201602/02/20160
04/06/2015FinalGBX49.531/03/201431/03/201511/06/201512/06/201504/08/201568
20/11/2014InterimGBX18.530/03/201430/09/201427/11/201428/11/201403/02/20150
05/06/2014FinalGBX45.531/03/201331/03/201411/06/201413/06/201405/08/201462.5
21/11/2013InterimGBX1730/03/201330/09/201327/11/201329/11/201304/02/20140
06/06/2013FinalGBX41.531/03/201231/03/201312/06/201314/06/201306/08/201357
24/11/2012InterimGBX15.530/03/201230/09/201228/11/201230/11/201205/02/20130
07/06/2012SpecialGBX10031/03/201131/03/201201/08/201203/08/201217/08/20120
07/06/2012FinalGBX4031/03/201131/03/201201/08/201203/08/201217/08/201255
23/11/2011InterimGBX1530/03/201130/09/201130/11/201102/12/201107/02/20120
02/06/2011FinalGBX33.531/03/201031/03/201108/06/201110/06/201102/08/201146
24/11/2010InterimGBX12.530/03/201030/09/201001/12/201003/12/201001/02/20110
03/06/2010FinalGBX27.931/03/200931/03/201009/06/201011/06/201003/08/201039
25/11/2009InterimGBX11.130/03/200930/09/200902/12/200904/12/200902/02/20100
04/06/2009FinalGBX2631/03/200831/03/200910/06/200912/06/200904/08/200937.1
26/11/2008InterimGBX11.130/03/200830/09/200803/12/200805/12/200803/02/20080
05/06/2008FinalGBX2631/03/200731/03/200811/06/200813/06/200805/08/200836
28/11/2007InterimGBX10.630/03/200730/09/200705/12/200707/12/200705/02/20080
04/06/2007FinalGBX23.731/03/200631/03/200713/06/200715/06/200707/08/200733.6
21/11/2006InterimGBX9.930/03/200630/09/200629/11/200601/12/200606/02/20070
01/06/2006FinalGBX2131/03/200531/03/200607/06/200609/06/200601/08/200630.1
23/11/2005InterimGBX9.130/03/200530/09/200530/11/200502/12/200501/02/20060
03/06/2005FinalGBX1931/03/200431/03/200508/06/200510/06/200502/08/200527.7
24/11/2004InterimGBX8.730/03/200430/09/200401/12/200403/12/200402/02/20050
03/06/2004FinalGBX18.231/03/200331/03/200409/06/200411/06/200403/08/200426.4
27/11/2003InterimGBX8.230/03/200330/09/200303/12/200305/12/200304/02/20040
05/06/2003FinalGBX17.731/03/200231/03/200311/06/200313/06/200305/08/200325.5
28/11/2002InterimGBX7.830/03/200230/09/200204/12/200206/12/200205/02/20030
06/06/2002FinalGBX17.731/03/200131/03/200212/06/200214/06/200206/08/200224.6
29/11/2001InterimGBX7.530/03/200130/09/200105/12/200107/12/200106/02/20020
07/06/2001FinalGBX16.331/03/200031/03/200113/06/200115/06/200107/08/200123.3
29/11/2000InterimGBX730/03/200030/09/200011/12/200015/12/200007/02/20010
08/06/2000FinalGBX14.231/03/199931/03/200019/06/200023/06/200007/08/200020.3
02/12/1999InterimGBX6.130/03/199930/09/199913/12/199917/12/199907/02/20000
10/06/1999FinalGBX13.331/03/199831/03/199921/06/199925/06/199902/08/199919
29/06/1998FinalGBX12.631/03/199731/03/199822/06/199826/06/199803/08/199817.8

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Posted at 14/7/2022 07:34 by kinwah
It's quite amazing that a FTSE-100 share can rise over 10% and nobody has a plausible reason. I don't think it is because of the electrolyser story which although interesting is not significant. My assumption is someone who already has a position was busy accumulating more shares. I therefore am expecting a TR-1 either later today or tomorrow. JMAT is one of the bid targets in my portfolio.
Posted at 29/4/2022 10:19 by officerdigby
Sell batteriesSell chemicals to this lot - takeoverAnd special divi NewCo in green Hydrogen tech.
Posted at 29/4/2022 09:30 by kinwah
I suspect the new shareholder is well known in the US which is why the shares have rocketed today. I posted last November that I would expect US private equity to break JMAT up in due course.
Posted at 24/1/2022 11:41 by drew lonmenob
but you havent tried to lose weight

you are a drain on the NHS. get out for a walk . step away from the keyboard. JMAT will be here later

Posted at 24/1/2022 11:32 by medieval blacksmith
Drew

Yes, it do find it annoying. I don’t understand why overweight people are picked on. I find most quite decent. When individuals do this it tends to reflect more on those hating than those who are overweight. Most of those who target obese are intellectually challenged I find. Maybe we should get the morons to exercise their minds whilst the obese try to lose weight, eh?


I’m not sure what this has to do with JMAT.


Your stalking of me on ADVFN is getting worse. Time to visit the shrink.

Posted at 12/1/2022 14:37 by spectoacc
JMAT takes some believing. So they can't even give away the batteries division, and will be taking an extra £150m hit to close it down.

Meanwhile, they've been spending shareholders' money on buybacks 60p higher.

Posted at 18/12/2021 19:25 by pierre oreilly
Pogue, I would draw a distinction within renewables. We have dispatchable renewables (which are god's gift to mankind) and intermittent renewables (which aren't). In the first group there are things like hydro, pumped hydro and at a stretch, hydrogen. In the second group we have wind and solar. In the middle are things like tidal which are disptachable due to the knowledge of when they can produce energy. It's pretty clear that intermittent renewables can only possibly exist with government backing by various mens (direct subsidies, market bending to prioritise them, obligations on others, free service delivery from others etc etc). Basiclly, they are a good investment until the government position changes, which it will imv. The cost pushed onto the taxpayer and bill payer is unsustainable.

I have a slug in sse who are about to build 12GW of windmills. Should be ok for at least a year, but the situation will change soon after imv, so i'll dump them at the latest in several months time. A change in gov policy could render intermittent assets pretty worthless.

otoh, dispatchable renewables like hydro and to a lesser extent pumped hydro are really valuable assets and always will be. Hydrogen, imv, is overhyped. Toyota have recently gone battery electric - something for years they said hydrogen fuel cells were superior to. I think the reality they were missing out on bevs while concentrating on hydrogen has really hit home. It's a difficult thing to handle and imv, a hydrogen infrastructure for cars will never come about, although there are plenty of other niche uses for pem fuel cells.

jmat is quality. It just needs something (which i like) to home in on to exploit its considerable expertise in many areas for me to reinvest. The price does look cheap atm yhough.

Posted at 14/12/2021 21:50 by pol123
is this BB for discussing JMAT, or some political bickering thread
Posted at 24/11/2021 09:59 by professor john koestler
But it is the car industry that seems to be the focus still, right? Not many car manufacturers make money. Appalling sector for investors. Doom gloom. Doom gloom. Algorithms still pushing this stock down.

If everyone and his dog is entering the electric vehicle market then returns will get squeezed for all concerned except perhaps a few main brand winners and suppliers with monopoly positions.

JMAT did well in its auto cat business and stands to receive good cashflow going forward. Everybody can not go out and buy electric cars tomorrow. Goods vehicles/long distance users still have issues. Hybrids will continue sales. Electric infrastructure/hydrogen infrastructure needs billions in investment and a lot of catching up to do.

JMAT still has good tech that is much needed and can accelerate its competitive advantage in these areas.

I'm building a holding although I must admit I haven't done any intrinsic value calculations of late. Too busy with other stuff. I'll get around to it.

Posted at 17/11/2021 11:40 by kinwah
JMAT have made the right decision. A small company in the North East making batteries, Hyperdrive Innovation was recently bought by Turntide for a rumoured £95 million despite being loss-making. Turntide is backed by US billionaires and could easily mop up JMAT's battery operations as well. I have bought a few JMAT and will add more if it drops back. I can't see it remaining independent in the medium term. It will get broken up by US private equity in my view.
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