Tower (TWR)

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TOWER (TWR) is an independent financial services provider. TOWER began its business operations in New Zealand in 1869 as a government department focused on the provision of life insurance policies and pensions. At present, the main focus of the Company is on selected niches in the risk insurance and wealth management sectors. The Company’s portfolio of services is comprised of life, health and general insurance; individual and group superannuation; retail managed funds; and wholesale asset management. The Company is dual listed on Australian and New Zealand Stock Exchange.

Stock Market Activities on Monday

On January 16, 2012, no floats are scheduled in the sharemarket calendar but there will be four ex-dividends, 1 AGM and 2 EGMs.


  • Countplus (ASX:CUP) has declared 3 cents per share interim dividend, fully franked.

Tower Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 13:41

Peruse the dividend history for TOWER LIMITED. Dividends are a portion of company profits paid out to shareholders. You are eligible to receive TWR dividends if you own the TOWER LIMITED shares on the ex-dividend date. Traders and investors must purchase the stock before the exdividend date to be entitled to the dividend. The previous owner of the shares will receive the TWR dividend if you buy the stocks on or after the ex dividend date.

LEI, MBL, Tower, BNB Best Performing Stocks on ASX Week 19 2007

Besides other fantastic performers like Fortesque and Auspine, other performing stocks for week 19 of 2007 were: on the ASX100 index there was Leighton Holdings (LEI) closing at $41.63 gaining $3.73 or 9.842 percent. Macquarie Bank (MBL) closed the week at $97.10, gaining $8.20 or 9.2 percent. Finally on the ASX 100 index there was Babcock & Brown closing at $32.09, gaining $2.69 in stock value or 9.15 percent. On the ASX200 index there was Tower (TWR) gaining some 14.815 percent or 28 cents closing the week at $2.17. The All Ordinaries index closed at 6319.7 and the ASX200 index closed at 6312.5.

Tower Limited (TWR): Loser

Tower Limited (TWR) is the loser of the week (the worst performing company on the Australian sharemarket) for week 52 of 2006. Tower lost 6 percent on the weeks close. The company stock closed the final week of 2006 losing 12 cents at $1.93.

Macquarie Quant Model

Macquarie Research Equities have a Quant Model (quantitative alpha model) which "looks at a combination of earnings revisions, composite valuation, price momentum, earnings certainty, consensus recommendation and changes in consensus recommendation." They note the following for this week:

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