AVJennings (AVJ)

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AVJennings (AVJ) specialises in residential property development and home construction. Its operations include the construction of pre-planned housing under contract and development of medium-sized residential estates; and the sale of land to other builders on large development sites. AVJ listed on the Australian Stock Exchange on 27 January, 1994. The Company’s offices are located in four states, with more than 450 directly employed personnel. The Company operates through land development, integrated housing and apartments development, and contract building business segments.

Sharemarket Friday of AGMs

Several companies are scheduled to have their Annual General Meetings tomorrow, November 18, 2011. Meanwhile, there will be no ex-dividends nor floats scheduled on the same day.

Annual General Meeting

Here is the list of companies that are scheduled to hold their AGM tomorrow:

Upcoming ex-dividends and EGMs for the middle of the week

There is no company scheduled to float but there are two stocks that will go on ex-dividend and four companies that will hold their general meeting on September 28, 2011.


Best Australian Stocks of the Week: XAO

Best Performing Australian Stocks of the Week on the S&P All Ords (XAO) for the week, on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) this 6th week: 7th February to 11th February 2011. Stocks which excelled this week include: KAM, JML, AVJ, FXL, CTO, CTY, BAU, CSS, KRL, LNC. These stocks increased their stock price by the largest percentage on the Australian sharemarket. Other lists of ASX companies by market capitalisation.

AVJennings Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 13:39

Study the dividend history for AVJENNINGS LIMITED. A taxable payment declared by a company's board of directors and given to its shareholders out of the company's current or retained earnings, usually quarterly. Dividends are usually given as cash (cash dividend), but they can also take the form of stock (stock dividend) or other property. Dividends provide an incentive to own stock in stable companies even if they are not experiencing much growth. Companies are not required to pay dividends.

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