Australian Foundation Investment Company (AFI)

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Australian Foundation Investment Company (AFI) is an investment company which invests in Australian equities. At 30 June 2007, the company had market capitalisation of $5.81 billion. The Company listed on Australian Stock Exchange on 30 June, 1962. AFI was founded in 1928 as the Were Investment Trust. At present AFI is the largest LIC in Australia, representing about 20% of the sector. AFIFC owns about 100 listed Australian companies, mostly within the SAP/ASX 200 Index. The company has around 83,000 shareholders.

Sharemarket Events for Next Monday

For the start of October next week, there are no floats and stocks going on ex-dividend, but one company will have their annual general meeting.


Stock Market Events for Friday

Its quite busy in the share market for Friday. There are two upcoming floats, six companies that will have their extraordinary general meeting, and four stocks that will go on ex-dividend on August 12, 2011.

Upcoming dividends

Stocks from four companies have ex-dividend dates on August 12, 2011.

Australian Foundation Investment Company Dividends

18 October, 2010 - 00:51

Examine the historical dividends for Australian Foundation Investment Company. The dividend a corporation pays is the amount of money, normally a portion of the profits, a board of directors distributes to the ordinary shareholders of the corporation. If Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited has released a dividend, you may be eligible to receive AFI dividends if the trader the company's stock on the ex-dividend date. In order to receive the dividend payout, investors must purchase the stock before the ex dividend date.

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