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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Micro Focus International Plc MCRO London Ordinary Share GB00BJ1F4N75 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-10.00 -1.79% 548.60 16:35:08
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
558.00 547.40 560.20 548.60 558.60
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Industry Sector
SOFTWARE & COMPUTER SERVICES

Micro Focus MCRO Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
09/02/2021FinalUSX15.531/10/201931/10/202011/03/202112/03/202115/04/202115.5
04/02/2020FinalUSX58.3331/10/201831/10/201913/04/202014/04/202007/05/2020116.66
09/07/2019InterimUSX58.3330/10/201830/04/201905/09/201906/09/201930/09/20190
14/02/2019FinalUSX58.3331/10/201731/10/201828/02/201901/03/201905/04/2019151.26
12/07/2018InterimUSX58.3330/10/201730/04/201802/08/201803/08/201824/08/20180
08/01/2018InterimUSX25.6301/05/201731/10/201718/01/201819/01/201809/02/20180
12/07/2017FinalUSX58.3330/04/201630/04/201703/08/201704/08/201725/08/201788.06
14/12/2016InterimUSX29.7301/05/201631/10/201605/01/201706/01/201727/01/20170
14/07/2016FinalUSX49.7430/04/201530/04/201601/09/201602/09/201607/10/201666.68
10/12/2015InterimUSX16.9401/05/201531/10/201531/12/201504/01/201622/01/20160
08/07/2015FinalUSX3330/04/201430/04/201503/09/201504/09/201502/10/201548.4
10/12/2014InterimUSX15.401/05/201431/10/201402/01/201505/01/201523/01/20150
19/06/2014FinalUSX3030/04/201330/04/201403/09/201405/09/201403/10/201444
03/12/2013InterimUSX1401/05/201331/10/201331/12/201303/01/201424/01/20140
19/06/2013FinalUSX28.130/04/201230/04/201304/09/201306/09/201302/10/201340
06/12/2012InterimUSX11.901/05/201231/10/201202/01/201304/01/201325/01/20130
21/06/2012FinalUSX23.430/04/201130/04/201229/08/201231/08/201202/10/201231.6
07/12/2011InterimUSX8.201/05/201131/10/201104/01/201206/01/201227/01/20120
23/06/2011FinalUSX16.230/04/201030/04/201131/08/201102/09/201128/09/201123.4
08/12/2010InterimUSX7.201/05/201031/10/201005/01/201107/01/201128/01/20110
24/06/2010FinalUSX16.230/04/200930/04/201001/09/201003/09/201028/09/201021.8
09/12/2009InterimUSX5.601/05/200931/10/200902/01/201004/01/201029/01/20100
25/06/2009FinalUSX1.130/04/200830/04/200902/09/200904/09/200928/09/200915.6
09/12/2008InterimUSX4.501/05/200831/10/200807/01/200909/01/200930/01/20090
27/06/2008FinalUSX9.430/04/200730/04/200803/09/200805/09/200829/09/200813
06/12/2007InterimUSX3.601/05/200731/10/200702/01/200804/01/200831/01/20080
29/06/2007FinalUSX730/04/200630/04/200705/09/200707/09/200701/10/200710
08/12/2006InterimUSX301/05/200631/10/200603/01/200705/01/200731/01/20070
27/06/2006FinalUSX430/04/200530/04/200606/09/200608/09/200602/10/20066
01/12/2005InterimUSX201/05/200531/10/200504/01/200506/01/200531/01/20060

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
31/3/2021
07:24
purchaseatthetop: There must be a correction at some point soon. Actually I WANT a correction down to 540p so I can buy lots more. The gift that will keep on giving all the way to 2,250p (plus dividend yield of around 4%). Plus special dividends when they spin off OPTIC. etc etc.
26/3/2021
21:29
purchaseatthetop: whatever the fit with AWS it will cost them a fortune. The release of OPTIC changes everything and is not by chance a reason why Amazon took up warrants in MCRO. The next trading update will IMO bring us to 800p when the market forgives the company for paying dividends higher than their EPS for 2 years (2017-2019) with dropping revenue and rising debt making her a fallen angel. We are small PI's. We forgive quicker. That is why we are both more vulnerable and more able to gain from the turn around. OPTIC could be spun out for $20b on its own in 12-18 months. MCRO present market cap $2b.
15/3/2021
09:28
purchaseatthetop: Amazon have bought into MCRO for the cloud storage/computing angle provided by Vertica. What is the chance of AWS simply buying MCRO, stripping out Vertica for itself, and leaving MCRO as a stand alone business. The main competitor for Vertica seems to be Snowflake which has a $61b valuation. Ever felt that MCRO is hiding its light under a mountain of bushels?
11/3/2021
16:37
watfordhornet: So just to clarify - today is ex Divi. We should expected a fall in share price today equiv to divi so in effect the 1.6% gain plus the divi amount makes today very good.I know HSBC is ex Divi today and the share price has reacted as expected - downGood day for MCRO
09/3/2021
17:14
sooty snipes: From the preliminary results RNS dated 9/02/21 Dividend The board proposes a final dividend of 15.5 cents, taking total dividend per share to 15.5 cents for the period. The dividend will be paid in Pound Sterling equivalent to 11.3 pence per share, based on an exchange rate of GBP1 = $1.37, the rate applicable on 8 February 2021, the date on which the board resolved to propose the dividend. Subject to approval by shareholders, the dividend will be paid on 15 April 2021 to shareholders on the register at 12 March 2021.
06/3/2021
17:35
truthandnumbers: post-close there was a near 4% bounce in the ADR price for MCRO on NYSE. Next week is the dividend payout on Friday so a double pop on Monday maybe. Price looks too low to me for $1,2bn profit company paying potentially a 7% divi (assuming final to be about twice the interim) and easily covered, plus a formal tie-up with Amazon Web Services. I agree with PATT's implied thoughts on profits - revenue slowdown was beginning to reverse during the last period. Edn of covid plus AWS revenue could see that actually reverse, as in become growth. That will be a key turning point for MCRO and send the price back to more normal valuation (p/e of 20 anyone?) or maybe ten times todays shareprice. Might be only a year away. Still can't believe a dividend paying profit-making business is priced at 1.5 p/e.
06/3/2021
09:28
rochdae: Price drops are 3X as quick as rises. We will grind higher as the news improves imo. The problem with those negative on mcro is that they are judging the company in the rear view mirror. Seems to me that it has finally digested HP and is in a sweet spot in the industry going forward. Things change. Or in mcro's case, transform. I found it interesting that they didn't mention revenue going forward in the results. They normally do. They also played down the Amazon tie up in the Q&A session only to produce a significant announcement a few weeks later. They are playing the market I feel... Dividends from mcro could easily go back to 50p as they have the cash generation. You don't get many companies with 3 billion in revenue and margins at 41% valued at 2 billion in a fast growing tech industry. It's almost nuts .. Roch
03/3/2021
09:01
dr knowledge: purchaseatthetop - yes, this is a strategic alliance aimed at beating Google and Microsoft to the top of the pile, made even sweeter by AWS investment in MCRO via the warrants meaning that if successful, MCRO/AWS become more & more entwined in a mutual win/win scenario. This really is colossal news for MCRO.
03/3/2021
07:11
purchaseatthetop: OK....argument over regarding whether MCRO is transforming. Time for a massive price rise. MCRO and Amazon are now nearly the same company. MCRO are now becoming the "focal firm" (T Hill) for AWS and that is the closest kind of all in strategic partnersihp you can get. Brilliant.
16/2/2021
18:25
dr knowledge: planit2 - hmmm, not sure I concur, with growth possibly, yield not sure (be interested to learn of those offering higher yields). And talking of growth, we are seeing the 1st real evidence that MCRO is finally now starting to integrate some of the key HPE acquisitions into a single business model. This article from last year is really worth a read for anyone interested in MCRO. The perception in some quarters still is that MCRO is totally reliant on its mainframe applications business, but as you can see, it is not so much maintenance of said systems that excites, but their migration to the cloud in tandem with MCRO's state of the art security applications, growing Devops and it's unique position as the sole market player able to offer "a single point solution". If we stay on track, it's the latter that I believe could well put us back on track for growth in addition to that industry leading yield. www.computerweekly.com/news/252482903/Micro-Focus-sees-growth-in-mainframe-migration-business
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