VanEck Australian Banks ETF

€20.87
Dividend Yield (FWD)
2.51%
Annual Payout (FWD)
A$0.85
Dividend Growth Rate (CAGR)
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Ex-DatePay DateAmountChange
A$0.49
A$0.49
-41.67%
A$0.8506
-31.4%
A$0.84
17,400%
A$0.0048
6.67%
A$0.0045
246.15%
A$0.0013
-99.83%
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VanEck Australian Banks ETF pays a dividend yield (FWD) of 2.51%.

ISIN
WKN
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Symbol / Exchange
/ XASX
Value
€20.87
Dividend frequency
quarterly
Security Type
ETF
Dividend Currency
Australian Dollar
Countries
  • Australia
    Australia100.00%
Sectors
  • Financials100.00%
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Frequently Asked Questions about VanEck Australian Banks ETF

Within the last 12 months, VanEck Australian Banks ETF paid a dividend of A$1.34. For the next 12 months, VanEck Australian Banks ETF is expected to pay a dividend of A$0.85. This corresponds to a dividend yield of approximately 2.51%.
The dividend yield of VanEck Australian Banks ETF is currently 2.51%.
VanEck Australian Banks ETF pays quarterly dividends. This is paid in the months of July, August, December, April.
The next dividend for VanEck Australian Banks ETF is expected in July.
VanEck Australian Banks ETF paid dividend every year within the last 10 years.
Dividends of A$0.85 are expected for the next 12 months. This corresponds to a dividend yield of 2.51%.
The largest sectors of VanEck Australian Banks ETF are Financials, Industrials, Consumer Staples.
There are currently no known stock splits for VanEck Australian Banks ETF.
To receive the last dividend of VanEck Australian Banks ETF on April 17, 2024 in the amount of A$0.49 you had to have the stock in your portfolio before the ex-day on March 31, 2024.
The last dividend was paid on April 17, 2024.
In 2022, dividends of A$1.24 were paid by VanEck Australian Banks ETF.
Dividends from VanEck Australian Banks ETF are paid in Australian Dollar.
In VanEck Australian Banks ETF, Australia is represented as the largest country.