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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Vianet Group Plc VNET London Ordinary Share GB00B13YVN56 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
2.00 2.31% 88.50 09:40:38
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
86.00 86.00 90.00 88.50 86.50
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Industry Sector
SUPPORT SERVICES

Vianet VNET Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
12/12/2019InterimGBX1.731/03/201931/03/202019/12/201920/12/201905/02/20201.7
04/06/2019FinalGBX431/03/201831/03/201913/06/201914/06/201926/07/20195.7
04/12/2018InterimGBX1.730/03/201830/09/201813/12/201814/12/201830/01/20190
05/06/2018FinalGBX431/03/201731/03/201814/06/201815/06/201827/07/20185.7
05/12/2017InterimGBX1.730/03/201730/09/201714/12/201715/12/201731/01/20180
06/06/2017FinalGBX431/03/201631/03/201716/06/201717/06/201728/07/20175.7
06/12/2016InterimGBX1.730/03/201630/09/201615/12/201616/12/201631/01/20170
07/06/2016FinalGBX431/03/201531/03/201616/06/201617/06/201628/07/20165.7
08/12/2015InterimGBX1.730/03/201530/09/201517/12/201518/12/201502/02/20160
04/06/2015FinalGBX431/03/201431/03/201511/06/201512/06/201524/07/20155.7
02/12/2014InterimGBX1.730/03/201430/09/201411/12/201412/12/201430/01/20150
10/06/2014FinalGBX431/03/201331/03/201418/06/201420/06/201401/08/20145.7
03/12/2013InterimGBX1.730/03/201330/09/201311/12/201313/12/201331/01/20140
11/06/2013FinalGBX431/03/201231/03/201319/06/201321/06/201302/08/20135.7
04/12/2012InterimGBX1.730/03/201230/09/201212/12/201214/12/201229/01/20130
12/06/2012FinalGBX431/03/201131/03/201212/09/201214/09/201202/10/20125.67
06/12/2011InterimGBX1.6730/03/201130/09/201114/12/201116/12/201101/02/20120
07/06/2011FinalGBX3.9831/03/201031/03/201115/06/201117/06/201128/07/20115.65
07/12/2010InterimGBX1.6701/04/201001/10/201015/12/201017/12/201027/01/20110
09/06/2010FinalGBX2.2431/03/200931/03/201016/06/201018/06/201022/07/20105.5
01/12/2009InterimGBX1.6325/03/200925/09/200906/12/200911/12/200927/01/20100
09/06/2009FinalGBX3.831/03/200831/03/200917/06/200919/06/200924/07/20095.35
02/12/2008InterimGBX1.5530/03/200830/09/200810/12/200812/12/200826/01/20090
18/06/2008FinalGBX3.5531/03/200731/03/200825/06/200827/06/200824/07/20085
11/12/2007InterimGBX1.4530/03/200730/09/200719/12/200721/12/200723/01/20080
15/06/2007FinalGBX331/03/200631/03/200727/06/200729/06/200725/07/20073

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
08/6/2020
12:46
andywillz: @jeffian I actually bought in because i really liked the cashless technology side of the business. however i sold because i think my money can grow better in the medium term elsewhere. VNET will be on my watchlist because if the price keeps dropping, as i suspect it will, I can buy back in at a bargain price and hold for the long :)
02/3/2020
09:53
jeffian: Thanks, jonwig. I don't know why ADVFN allows these spammers all over the threads. I'm not sure about "12 years of 'strong income'". They've had 12 years over which they've replaced static/declining income from the original beer-monitoring business with new income streams from vending machines, contactless, remote machine management etc and it is only recently that growth in the latter has replaced declines in the former leading to overall income growth at last. Still, their policy of maintaining the dividend has made it easier to hold the shares whilst waiting!
27/2/2020
12:39
galeforce1: king wizard - VNET is very illiquid, and it doesn't take much buying or selling to push the price up and down quite fast. But when things stabilise (and who know when that will be) we should see some institutional buying into any weakness.
07/2/2020
16:23
galeforce1: thomstrike - totally agree with your comments above. Vianet seems to tick lots of boxes - recurring revenue, growth, profitability, strong balance sheet, dividend. Liquidity is an issue. I think the best plan is to acquire shares and just hold on to them. In the end it is very likely to be bought.
07/2/2020
14:18
thomshrike: I came across Vianet recently. It looks to me as an under-covered gem. Direct exposure to the IoT trend: growing and under-penetrated. Its product can be easily adapted to adjacent verticals. One-stop-shop, given competence in hardware + software and even contactless payments. Recurrent business is more than 80% of revenues. Great opportunity to grow in the US and selected european countries, also on the back of recently signed contracts with well-known clients. Scalable business given asset-light structure. Good FCF generation and dividend yield. Aligned management and shrewd main shareholder. Liquidity is an issue though. Very interesting.
10/12/2019
12:18
galeforce1: We have interim results here on Thursday and seems that a few shareholders are locking in some profits from the recent run-up. I'm hoping to see a decent rise in the top line, so revenue rising from £7.68m in H1 last year to more like £8.5m this year. I hope we'll also see some bullish forward-looking guidance, good expansion in the Smart Machines division, etc. I reckon the interim divi will be unchanged
14/11/2019
12:47
crazycoops: If it helps, I publish my portfolio quarterly http://share-knowledge.org.uk/current-holdings/ - since the last update, I have sold SEDY, DUKE, III, SPT and bought VNET, AMO, MONYI get most of my ideas from Stockopedia (sometimes Twitter) - absolutely no advice intended but might be helpful as a starting point for your own research.
14/11/2019
09:38
crazycoops: All is well thank you. I do this share thingy for a living these days (some call it early retirement). Every share in my portfolio pays a dividend, no blue sky stuff anymore. It would not surprise me to see VNET as a takeover target but that is not why I own. I have already lost 3 companies this year to takeovers and while the instant gain is nice, you then have to find something to replace it with.
14/11/2019
09:21
crazycoops: Well hello jeffian(pet), I trust you are well. I bought into VNET a couple of months back and added after the trading update. I first discovered it after it came up on my Stockopedia screens where it is currently rating as a Super Stock. The shares are pretty illiquid so it doesn't take much volume to shift the price, which seems to be the case at the moment. I am not reading anything into it other than a few retail investors spotting the value and growth potential.
27/10/2019
11:34
jeffian: Thank you, galeforce1. My company was one of the first to adopt the beer monitoring technology and I was an earlier investor in the previous ill-fated (well, ill-managed actually) incarnation Comprehensive Business Services which became Brulines, so I felt I knew enough about that side of the business. As you say, it is a useful base 'earner' from which to grow the vending technology business which now seems to have the more exciting prospects. I am also a big fan of companies which maintain a dividend whilst waiting for their growth plans to bear fruit. If the share price is going nowhere for a while, it makes it easier to hold if you are getting some sort of return on your money while you wait.
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