Upcoming Danone dividend
Change(%)
+5.00%
Increase
Next payment 2.1€
Next payment date May 7, 2024
Last payment 2.0€
Last payment date May 11, 2023
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Ex-Dividend: 5/3/24
Confirmed

A dividend of 2,1 euros per share will be paid by Danone to its shareholders on May 7, 2024.

Tip for those seeking dividends from Danone (BN): acquiring shares before the Ex-dividend Date, May 3, 2024, and ensuring you're on the records for the Record Date, May 6, 2024, is crucial.

Danone paid a dividend of 2.0 euros on May 11, 2023, corresponding to a yield of 3.40%.

Danone Group S.A., listed on the stock market in Austria, Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States and Paris under the name DANO, starts paying dividends in 2020, maintaining the commitment since then.

The fee to be paid is calculated by the administrative management based on the annual financial results, which propose the amount to the shareholders' meeting and is approved by vote and announced on the official websites.

In 2020 the company made two payments, one in May and the other in June, but as of 2021 the periodicity is changed to deliver a single amount in May, with a yield of approximately 3.30%.

Payout Ratio Danone Dividends

Danone paid 14% of its net income in the last fiscal period as dividends.
Danone's earnings (27,619,000,320.00€) are sufficient to cover the dividend payment. This payment represents 14% of the total net profit of BN.
Dividend payout ratio
Payout Ratio

Dividend calendar of Danone

These are the most important events of the Danone calendar in 2024:

Event Day
Last trading date May 2, 2024
Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date) May 3, 2024
Record date May 6, 2024
Date of payment May 7, 2024
Data confirmed by the company Danone (BN).
Confirmed
Source
Historical annual dividend yields of Danone
Over the past 5 years, Danone has not consistently increased the annual dividend amount.
Increasing Dividends
Dividend yield
Dividend yield of Danone vs. the sector
Danone's dividend yield (3.54%) is above the sector average (2.72%).
Comparison with industry average
Danone's dividend yield is among the top 25% (3.26%) of the sector.
Evaluation with respect to competence.
Dividend yield history in Danone
Over the past 5 years, Danone's annual dividend income has fallen by more than 10%.
Dividend stability

Dividend history of Danone

In this table you can see the complete history:

YearEx-DividendAmountTotal
2023
05/09/2023
2. €
2 €
2022
05/10/2022
1.94 €
1.94 €
2021
05/10/2021
1.94 €
1.94 €
2020
07/14/2020
05/11/2020
2.1 €
2.1 €
4.2 €
2019
05/07/2019
1.94 €
1.94 €
2018
05/04/2018
1.9 €
1.9 €
2017
05/05/2017
1.7 €
1.7 €
2016
05/05/2016
1.6 €
1.6 €
2015
05/07/2015
1.5 €
1.5 €
2014
05/07/2014
1.45 €
1.45 €
2013
05/02/2013
1.45 €
1.45 €
2012
05/08/2012
1.39 €
1.39 €
2011
05/10/2011
1.3 €
1.3 €
2010
05/04/2010
1.2 €
1.2 €
2009
04/30/2009
1.132332 €
1.132332 €
2008
05/09/2008
1.037971 €
1.037971 €
2007
05/29/2007
05/10/2007
0.542576 €
0.94361 €
1.486186 €
2006
05/29/2006
05/10/2006
0.443497 €
0.802068 €
1.245565 €
2005
06/07/2005
05/17/2005
0.235902 €
0.636937 €
0.872839 €
2004
06/07/2004
05/11/2004
0.04718 €
0.577961 €
0.625141 €
2003
06/11/2003
05/06/2003
0.04718 €
0.542576 €
0.589756 €
2002
07/04/2002
06/04/2002
0.101438 €
0.485959 €
0.587397 €
2001
06/06/2001
0.448215 €
0.448215 €
2000
05/30/2000
0.412829 €
0.412829 €
1999
05/26/1999
0.353854 €
0.353854 €
1998
05/26/1998
2.182098 €
2.182098 €
1997
05/20/1997
2.005171 €
2.005171 €
1996
05/13/1996
1.88722 €
1.88722 €
1995
05/16/1995
1.88722 €
1.88722 €
1994
05/16/1994
1.828244 €
1.828244 €
1993
06/01/1993
1.769269 €
1.769269 €
1992
06/01/1992
1.554812 €
1.554812 €
1991
06/06/1991
1.393969 €
1.393969 €
1990
06/05/1990
1.233127 €
1.233127 €
1989
06/05/1989
1.072284 €
1.072284 €
Danone dividend capture strategy
Step 1: Buy Danone shares (BN) one day before ex-dividend date
Date of purchase May 2, 2024
Next ex-dividend date May 3, 2024
Step 2: Sell Danone shares (BN) 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 Danone data. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Information about Danone

Full name Danone S.A.
Ticker BN
Sector Productos de consumo defensivos
Industry Packaged Foods
Market Capitalization 37.87B €
ISIN FR0000120644
Description of the company

Grupo Danone S.A. is a multinational company that operates in the agri-food sector in Spain, although it has its headquarters in Paris, with activities focused on the production of dairy products, bottled water and yogurt.

It was founded in 1919 in Barcelona, Spain, by Isaac Carasso, which began as an artisan yogurt factory, naming it Danone after the first son of the Carasso family, Danon, selling its products mainly in stationery stores, hospitals and pharmacies, moving to France in 1929, although during the Second World War they had to move to New York to protect themselves from the persecution of Jews, returning to Paris in 1951.

It merged with Gervais in 1953, a renowned cheese producer, and expanded to Barcelona, its hometown, Asturias, Madrid, Tenerife and Valencia, in addition to opening stores in Latin America in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia, Mexico, Chile and Venezuela under the Parmalat brand.

It changed its name to Grupo Danone in 1994, buying in 1996 in Mexico a water bottling company, for a while they experimented with the market of sauces, beer and glass packaging, but sold part of those operating lines, staying with three main activities, generating in 2017 about 28 million dollars in sales.

Frequently asked questions about Danone dividends

Danone pays dividends on a Anual basis.

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

Danone has the Ticker or stock code BN.

The CEO of Danone in 2024 is Mr. Antoine Bernard de Saint-Affrique.

Danone does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.

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