Rheinmetall will distribute 2,6 euros per share in the form of a dividend on May 6, 2024.
The May 3, 2024 is the ex-dividend date. So if you wish to receive Rheinmetall dividends, you must buy one day before this date.
Rheinmetall distributed 4.3 euros per share in the form of a dividend on May 12, 2023.
Rheinmetall AG, which is listed on the stock exchanges of the United States, United Kingdom, Austria and Germany, using the RHM indicator, with several platform-dependent variations, paid its first dividend in 2001 and has continued its commitment steadily, without any suspension.
The amount is usually delivered in the month of May, showing a slightly increasing behavior in the last periods, reaching a yield approaching 4.30%.
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Payout Ratio Rheinmetall Dividends
Dividend calendar of Rheinmetall
This is the Dividend Calendar of Rheinmetall in 2023.
|Last trading date||May 2, 2024|
|Ex-Dividend (Ex-Date)||May 3, 2024|
|Record date||May 3, 2024|
|Date of payment||May 6, 2024|
Historical annual dividend yields of Rheinmetall
Dividend yield of Rheinmetall vs. the sector
Dividend yield history in Rheinmetall
Dividend history of Rheinmetall
In this table you can see the dividend history of Rheinmetall:
|2023||05/10/2023||4.3 €||4.3 €|
|2022||05/11/2022||3.3 €||3.3 €|
|2021||05/12/2021||2. €||2 €|
|2019||05/29/2019||2.1 €||2.1 €|
|2018||05/09/2018||1.7 €||1.7 €|
|2017||05/10/2017||1.45 €||1.45 €|
|2016||05/11/2016||1.1 €||1.1 €|
|2015||05/13/2015||0.3 €||0.3 €|
|2014||05/07/2014||0.4 €||0.4 €|
|2013||05/15/2013||1.8 €||1.8 €|
|2012||05/16/2012||1.8 €||1.8 €|
|2011||05/11/2011||1.5 €||1.5 €|
|2010||05/12/2010||0.3 €||0.3 €|
|2009||05/13/2009||1.3 €||1.3 €|
|2008||05/07/2008||1.3 €||1.3 €|
|2007||05/09/2007||1. €||1 €|
|2006||05/10/2006||0.9 €||0.9 €|
|2005||05/11/2005||0.74 €||0.74 €|
|2004||05/12/2004||0.64 €||0.64 €|
|2003||05/28/2003||0.2 €||0.2 €|
|2002||06/11/2002||0.44 €||0.44 €|
|2001||06/22/2001||0.2 €||0.2 €|
|2000||06/28/2000||0.44 €||0.44 €|
Rheinmetall dividend capture strategy
Information about Rheinmetall
Rheinmetall AG, a technology group dedicated to the design and manufacture of defense systems, is Germany's largest arms manufacturer with three main factories, has nearly 6 million employees, being present through 741 offices which serve customers worldwide, recorded 892 billion euros in sales in 2022.
The company achieved extensive growth before and during World War II, producing a variety of weaponry used since then by the German Army, such as the MG 34, the 88 (FlaK 41), the 120 mm cannon, the PaK 36, 38 and 40 anti-tank guns.
Its systems and products are divided according to market segment as follows:
- Industrial, has industrial and governmental clients, offering a wide range of applications focused on energy, transportation, information technology and communications.
- Mobility, develop electromobility, autonomous driving and digitization systems with high levels of safety, using innovative equipment with stationary applications in hydrogen technology.
- Countries and government, mainly focused on military vehicle systems with modular structure.
- Air, they develop air defense systems, with conventional guns and guided missiles, including intelligent flight tracking techniques and search and detection radar technology.
- Maritime, offers naval force applications, medium caliber weapon systems, precision munitions, optronic sensors, radar surveillance systems, world-class protection systems and mine warfare technologies.
They also provide Digitalization, Training and service to digital platforms through its various subsidiaries.
Frequently asked questions about Rheinmetall dividends
Rheinmetall pays dividends on a Annual basis.
Rheinmetall is listed on the Bolsa de Fráncfort and is part of the DAX40.
Rheinmetall has the Ticker or stock code RHM.
Rheinmetall belongs to the Industry sector and the Aerospace & Defense industry.
The CEO of Rheinmetall in 2023 is Mr. Armin Theodor Papperger.
At this moment, the value of a Rheinmetall share is 275.20€.
Rheinmetall does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.