In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how Origin Enterprises (OIZ) 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.
Origin Enterprises will distribute 0,1365 euros per share in the form of a dividend on February 9, 2024.
The January 18, 2024 is the ex-dividend date. So if you wish to receive Origin Enterprises dividends, you must buy one day before this date.
Origin Enterprises distributed 0.0315 euros per share in the form of a dividend on June 23, 2023.
Origin Enterprises plc. is listed on the UK and Irish stock exchanges and has been paying dividends to its investors since 2010, marking a track record of more than 12 years of delivering interest without interruptions or suspensions, including announcing the dividend for the first period of 2024.
The value of the variable amount, which depends on the calculation made by the financial management and the approval of the general shareholders' meeting, is deposited in two installments per year, the first one frequently in February and the second one in June, reaching a yield of 5.12%.
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Payout Ratio Origin Enterprises Dividends
Dividend calendar of Origin Enterprises
This is the Dividend Calendar of Origin Enterprises in 2023.
|Last trading date||January 17, 2024|
|Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date)||January 18, 2024|
|Record date||January 19, 2024|
|Date of payment||February 9, 2024|
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Frequently asked questions about Origin Enterprises dividends
Origin Enterprises is listed on the Euronext Dublin and is part of the ISEQ 20.
Origin Enterprises has the Ticker or stock code OIZ.
At this moment, the value of a Origin Enterprises share is 0.00€.
Origin Enterprises does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.