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Societe Generale

Societe Generale (GLE)

Société Générale is a French banking group which focuses on network banking, financing and investment banking, and asset management.

It has been severely affected by the turmoil in Europe over recent years and it's fluctuating dividend payout reflects this. After increasing its 2011 dividend by a whopping 600% it cut it's 2012 dividend to zero.

As the markets settle, analysts are expecting Société Générale to resume dividend payouts.

Fundamentals

Optimized Dividends

Annual Dividends

Year Amount Change
2006 520.0¢
2007 90.0¢ (82.7%)
2008 120.0¢ 33.3%
2009 25.0¢ (79.2%)
2010 175.0¢ 600.0%
2011 0.0¢ (100.0%)
2012 45.0¢ 100%
2013 100.0¢ 122.2%
2014 120.0¢ 20.0%
2015 200.0¢ 66.7%
2016 220.0¢ 10.0%
2017 220.0¢ 0%
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Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Year Type Frequency Status Amount
01 Jun 2010 23 Jun 2010 2009 Final Semiannually Paid 25¢
31 May 2011 24 Jun 2011 2010 Final Annually Paid 175¢
29 May 2013 24 Jun 2013 2012 Final Annually Paid 45¢
27 May 2014 30 May 2014 2013 Final Annually Paid 100¢
26 May 2015 28 May 2015 2014 Final Annually Paid 120¢
25 May 2016 27 May 2016 2015 Final Annually Paid 200¢
31 May 2017 02 Jun 2017 2016 Final Annually Paid 220¢
30 May 2018 01 Jun 2018 2017 Final Annually Paid 220¢
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Recent news articles

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The Telegraph online declared ‘Budget 2015 – Investors face tax raid on dividends’. Whilst this is true for those with large income portfolios, not everybody loses out and in fact those who do not currently invest in stocks and shares, there is now a tax incentive to do so.

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