Australian Vintage (AVG)

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Australian Vintage (AVG) focuses on the making and distribution of wine along with the management and development of the vineyards. The Company's vineyards are located in several regions in Australia, mainly in the Sunraysia, Riverland, Cowra and Adelaide Hills regions. AVG listed on the ASX on 26th of March, 1992. The Company carries out its business operations through several divisions. The Company’s branded wine division markets branded bottled and cask wine all over Australia and worldwide.

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Australian Vintage Dividends

18 October, 2010 - 00:52

Examine the old dividends for Australian Vintage. 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 Vintage Ltd has released a dividend, you may be eligible to receive AVG dividends if you own 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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