In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how Irish Continental Group (IR5B) dividends work. In addition, you will be able to consult the payment date, the ex-dividend date, the last day to be entitled to the payment, the money to be received per share, the yield and any other doubts that may arise.
Irish Continental Group will distribute 0,0962 euros per share in the form of a dividend on August 16, 2024.
The July 25, 2024 is the ex-dividend date. So if you wish to receive Irish Continental Group dividends, you must buy one day before this date.
Irish Continental Group distributed 0.0487 euros per share in the form of a dividend on October 6, 2023.
Irish Continental Group plc, listed on the main stock exchange in Ireland and the United Kingdom, using the IR5B nomenclature, begins to pay dividends from 2013, maintaining compliance with its policy consistently with a slight pause in the period 2020-2021.
The amount has fluctuated slightly each year, in response to the organization's financial results, being delivered in two installments per year, generally one in the first days of June and the other in October, reaching a return of approximately 3.07%.
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Payout Ratio Irish Continental Group Dividends
Dividend calendar of Irish Continental Group
This is the Dividend Calendar of Irish Continental Group in 2023.
|Last trading date||July 24, 2024|
|Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date)||July 25, 2024|
|Record date||August 15, 2024|
|Date of payment||August 16, 2024|
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Information about Irish Continental Group
Frequently asked questions about Irish Continental Group dividends
Irish Continental Group is listed on the Euronext Dublin and is part of the ISEQ 20.
Irish Continental Group has the Ticker or stock code IR5B.
At this moment, the value of a Irish Continental Group share is 0.00€.
Irish Continental Group does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.