There is no upcoming dividend defined for MTU Aero Engines.
There is no set last day on which buying MTU Aero Engines shares generates the possibility of earning dividends.
MTU Aero Engines distributed 3.2 euros per share in the form of a dividend on May 16, 2023.
MTU Aero Engines NA O.N., listed on important markets in Austria, the United States, the United Kingdom, Mexico and Germany, is recognized under the name MTX, and has paid dividends to its shareholders since 2006 without any suspension since then.
The amount has been variable, responding to the financial results of each fiscal year of the company, and has been paid in a single installment, normally in May, with a yield of 1.40%.
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Payout Ratio MTU Aero Engines Dividends
Dividend calendar of MTU Aero Engines
There is no Dividend Calendar of MTU Aero Engines defined for 2023.
Historical annual dividend yields of MTU Aero Engines
Dividend yield of MTU Aero Engines vs. the sector
Dividend yield history in MTU Aero Engines
Dividend history of MTU Aero Engines
In this table you can see the dividend history of MTU Aero Engines:
|2023||05/12/2023||3.2 €||3.2 €|
|2022||05/06/2022||2.1 €||2.1 €|
|2021||04/22/2021||1.25 €||1.25 €|
|2019||04/12/2019||2.85 €||2.85 €|
|2018||04/12/2018||2.3 €||2.3 €|
|2017||05/05/2017||1.9 €||1.9 €|
|2016||04/15/2016||1.7 €||1.7 €|
|2015||04/16/2015||1.45 €||1.45 €|
|2014||05/09/2014||1.35 €||1.35 €|
|2013||05/06/2013||1.35 €||1.35 €|
|2012||05/04/2012||1.2 €||1.2 €|
|2011||05/06/2011||1.1 €||1.1 €|
|2010||04/23/2010||0.93 €||0.93 €|
|2009||05/27/2009||0.93 €||0.93 €|
|2008||05/02/2008||0.93 €||0.93 €|
|2007||04/30/2007||0.82 €||0.82 €|
|2006||05/15/2006||0.73 €||0.73 €|
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Information about MTU Aero Engines
MTU Aero Engines NA O.N., is a leading engine manufacturer in Germany, dedicated to the research, development and manufacture of military and commercial engines, focused on minimizing emissions, has a global presence, with 18 facilities worldwide, employing approximately 11 thousand people.
It originates from the founding of the aircraft engine factory in 1913, becoming Bayerische Motorenwerke (BMW) in 1917, from which it is separated as BMW Flugmotorenbau GmbH, growing rapidly with products widely known in the industry as the "barbarian engine", merging with Draimler in 1926, selling in 1934 the part corresponding to BMW Flugmotorenbau GmbH, due to the pressure of the Nazis in that sector.
Since then the new spin-off company developed the first radial engine, having a series of drawbacks due to the war, managing to restart in 1954 with the launch of the BMW Studiengesellschaft, joining MAN Turbomotoren GmbH.
In the 1970s the company designed and manufactured commercial engines, diversifying its activities to include other maintenance and repair services, becoming a subsidiary of Daimler-Benz again in 1985, becoming MTU Aero Engines Holding AG in 2005.
Its business units include Commercial Aircraft Engines, Military Aircraft Engines and Industrial Gas Turbines, covering market segments that include Narrow Body Jets, Wide Body Jets, Combat Aircraft, Transport Aircraft and Military Helicopters, Business Aircraft, Turboprops and Commercial Helicopters.
Frequently asked questions about MTU Aero Engines dividends
MTU Aero Engines pays dividends on a Annual basis.
MTU Aero Engines is listed on the Bolsa de Fráncfort and is part of the DAX40.
MTU Aero Engines has the Ticker or stock code MTX.
MTU Aero Engines belongs to the Industry sector and the Aerospace & Defense industry.
The CEO of MTU Aero Engines in 2023 is Mr. Lars Wagner.
At this moment, the value of a MTU Aero Engines share is 187.85€.
MTU Aero Engines does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.