Upcoming Air Liquide dividend
Change(%)
+8.47%
Increase
Next payment 3.2€
Next payment date May 22, 2024
Last payment 2.95€
Last payment date May 17, 2023
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Ex-Dividend: 5/20/24
Confirmed

On May 22, 2024, Air Liquide will reward its shareholders with 3,2 euros per share in dividends.

Those interested in dividends from Air Liquide should buy the shares before the Ex-dividend Date, May 20, 2024, and verify their shareholder status for the Record Date, May 21, 2024.

With Air Liquide (AI), the dividend of 2.95 euros was paid on May 17, 2023.

Air Liquide S.A., listed on the stock exchanges of France, the United States, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Austria, Africa and Germany under the symbol AI, has been paying dividends in a constant and stable manner since 1999 and has done so without interruption.

The amount paid has been maintained in a very close range, with slight upward variations and only a decrease in its trajectory.

The schedule is annual, with a single installment generally delivered in mid-May, reaching a yield of 1.80%.

Payout Ratio Air Liquide Dividends

Air Liquide paid 5% of its net income in the last fiscal period as dividends.
Air Liquide's earnings (27,607,599,104.00€) are sufficient to cover the dividend payment. This payment represents 5% of the total net profit of AI.
Dividend payout ratio
Payout Ratio

Dividend calendar of Air Liquide

These are the most important events of the Air Liquide calendar in 2024:

Event Day
Last trading date May 17, 2024
Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date) May 20, 2024
Record date May 21, 2024
Date of payment May 22, 2024
Data confirmed by the company Air Liquide (AI).
Confirmed
Source
Historical annual dividend yields of Air Liquide
Over the past 5 years, Air Liquide has steadily increased the annual dividend amount.
Increasing Dividends
Dividend yield
Dividend yield of Air Liquide vs. the sector
Air Liquide's dividend yield (1.74%) is above the sector average (1.71%).
Comparison with industry average
Air Liquide's dividend yield is among the top 25% (1.71%) of the sector.
Evaluation with respect to competence.
Dividend yield history in Air Liquide
In the last 5 years, Air Liquide's annual dividend amount has not fallen more than 10%.
Dividend stability

Dividend history of Air Liquide

In this table you can see the complete history:

YearEx-DividendAmountTotal
2023
05/15/2023
2.95 €
2.95 €
2022
05/16/2022
2.636364 €
2.636364 €
2021
05/17/2021
2.5 €
2.5 €
2020
05/11/2020
2.454545 €
2.454545 €
2019
05/20/2019
2.190083 €
2.190083 €
2018
05/28/2018
2.190083 €
2.190083 €
2017
05/15/2017
1.953418 €
1.953418 €
2016
05/23/2016
1.902657 €
1.902657 €
2015
05/18/2015
1.866068 €
1.866068 €
2014
05/16/2014
1.696425 €
1.696425 €
2013
05/16/2013
1.663162 €
1.663162 €
2012
05/11/2012
1.508482 €
1.508482 €
2011
05/11/2011
1.417973 €
1.417973 €
2010
05/12/2010
1.27086 €
1.27086 €
2009
05/13/2009
1.27086 €
1.27086 €
2008
06/02/2008
05/14/2008
0.288832 €
1.155327 €
1.444159 €
2007
06/01/2007
05/15/2007
0.144416 €
1.026957 €
1.171373 €
2006
06/01/2006
05/16/2006
0.131287 €
0.898588 €
1.029875 €
2005
06/01/2005
05/17/2005
0.131287 €
0.816898 €
0.948185 €
2004
05/18/2004
1.01847 €
1.01847 €
2003
05/21/2003
0.67898 €
0.67898 €
2002
05/07/2002
0.603538 €
0.603538 €
2001
06/14/2001
05/10/2001
0.090531 €
0.565817 €
0.656348 €
2000
06/14/2000
05/11/2000
0.064297 €
0.445795 €
0.510092 €
Air Liquide dividend capture strategy
Step 1: Buy Air Liquide shares (AI) one day before ex-dividend date
Date of purchase May 17, 2024
Next ex-dividend date May 20, 2024
Step 2: Sell Air Liquide shares (AI) when the price recovers.
Date of sale (estimated) N/A
Average price recovery N/A
Average return on cost N/A
The dividend capture strategy is based on historical Air Liquide data. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Information about Air Liquide

Full name L'Air Liquide S.A.
Ticker AI
Sector Basic Materials
Industry Specialty Chemicals
Market Capitalization 94.97B €
ISIN FR0000120073
Number of Employees 67,800
Description of the company

Air Liquide S.A., is a French company of international character, dedicated to the gases sector such as nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen, as well as to create and commercialize technologies and services for the health industry.

Its beginnings date back to 1902 when Georges Claude and Paul Delorme devised a liquefaction process, expanding almost immediately internationally by opening business lines in Italy, Belgium, Canada, Hong Kong and Japan, entering the Paris stock exchange in 1913, but it consolidated as Air Liquide in 1938 when it acquired the company "La Oxigenada S.A." in Argentina, buying the following year a large part of the shares of the same company in Paraguay.

Throughout its history, it has acquired a number of companies that have allowed it to diversify its activities and position itself worldwide, such as CINOCA Cooperativa in Uruguay, Messer Griesheim, Linde Gas in the United Kingdom, Lurgi, an engineering company located in Germany, Gasmedi in Spain, Airgas in the United States, among others.

Among the various activities that have been included in its project portfolio, in 1962, the company's beginnings in the space area, the creation in 1995 of Air Liquide de salud, and a Joint Venture with BOC in Japan stand out.

It is headquartered in France, but has subsidiaries in 35 countries on all continents, with over 6,000 employees of which 3,600 are dedicated to innovation, serving major industries such as healthcare, electronics, engineering and construction, global technologies, etc.

Frequently asked questions about Air Liquide dividends

Air Liquide pays dividends on a Anual basis.

Air Liquide is listed on the Bourse de Paris and is part of the CAC40.

Air Liquide has the Ticker or stock code AI.

The CEO of Air Liquide in 2024 is Mr. Francois Jackow.

Air Liquide has a growing dividend program. In the last 5 years, dividends have been at least equal to or higher than the previous year.

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