Kering

Kering KER

Dividend Summary

The next Kering dividend will go ex in 20 days for 550¢ and will be paid in 22 days.
The previous Kering dividend was 250¢ and it went ex 3 months ago and it was paid 3 months ago.
There are typically 2 dividends per year (excluding specials), and the dividend cover is approximately 2.4.

Latest Dividends
Summary Previous dividend Next dividend
Status Paid Declared
Type Interim Final
Per share 250¢ 550¢
Declaration date 11 Dec 2020 (Fri) 17 Feb 2021 (Wed)
Ex-div date 19 Jan 2021 (Tue) 04 May 2021 (Tue)
Pay date 21 Jan 2021 (Thu) 06 May 2021 (Thu)

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Forecast Accuracy
65%
Our premium tools have predicted Kering with 65% accuracy.
Dividend Yield Today
1.4%
The dividend yield is calculated by dividing the annual dividend payment by the prevailing share price
The table below shows the full dividend history for Kering
Status Type Decl. date Ex-div date Pay date Decl. Currency Forecast amount Decl. amount Accuracy
Forecast Final 06 May 2025 08 May 2025 EUR Sign up
Forecast Interim 07 Jan 2025 09 Jan 2025 EUR Sign up
Forecast Final 07 May 2024 09 May 2024 EUR Sign up
Forecast Interim 09 Jan 2024 11 Jan 2024 EUR Sign up
Forecast Final 09 May 2023 11 May 2023 EUR Sign up
Forecast Interim 10 Jan 2023 12 Jan 2023 EUR Sign up
Forecast Final 10 May 2022 12 May 2022 EUR Sign up
Forecast Interim 11 Jan 2022 13 Jan 2022 EUR Sign up
Declared Final 17 Feb 2021 04 May 2021 06 May 2021 EUR 550¢ 550¢ 😄
Paid Interim 11 Dec 2020 19 Jan 2021 21 Jan 2021 EUR 270¢ 250¢ 😊
Paid Final 24 Jun 2020 26 Jun 2020 EUR 800¢ 450¢ 😖
Paid Interim 12 Dec 2019 14 Jan 2020 16 Jan 2020 EUR 370¢ 350¢ 😊
Paid Final 12 Feb 2019 02 May 2019 06 May 2019 EUR 500¢ 700¢ 😞
Paid Interim 14 Dec 2018 15 Jan 2019 17 Jan 2019 EUR 210¢ 350¢ 😓
Paid Final 13 Feb 2018 14 May 2018 16 May 2018 EUR 350¢ 400¢ 😏
Paid Interim 15 Dec 2017 15 Jan 2018 17 Jan 2018 EUR 170¢ 200¢ 😌
Paid Final 10 Feb 2017 03 May 2017 05 May 2017 EUR 275¢ 310¢ 😏
Paid Interim 16 Jan 2017 18 Jan 2017 EUR 175¢ 150¢ 😌
Paid Final 19 Feb 2016 04 May 2016 06 May 2016 EUR 250¢
Paid Interim 17 Dec 2015 21 Jan 2016 25 Jan 2016 EUR 150¢
Paid Final 17 Feb 2015 28 Apr 2015 30 Apr 2015 EUR 250¢
Paid Interim 22 Jan 2015 26 Jan 2015 EUR 150¢
Paid Final 21 Feb 2014 08 May 2014 13 May 2014 EUR 225¢
Paid Interim 20 Dec 2013 21 Jan 2014 24 Jan 2014 EUR 150¢
Paid Final 15 Feb 2013 20 Jun 2013 20 Jun 2013 EUR 225¢
Paid Interim 21 Jan 2013 24 Jan 2013 EUR 150¢
Paid Final 23 May 2011 26 May 2011 EUR 350¢
Paid Final 21 May 2010 26 May 2010 EUR 330¢
Paid Final 31 Dec 2009 31 Dec 2009 EUR 330¢
Paid Final 31 Dec 2008 31 Dec 2008 EUR 345¢
Paid Final 31 Dec 2007 31 Dec 2007 EUR 300¢
Paid Interim 31 Dec 2006 31 Dec 2006 EUR 272¢
Year Amount Change
2006 300.0¢
2007 345.0¢
15.0%
2008 330.0¢
-4.3%
2009 330.0¢
0%
2010 350.0¢
6.1%
2011 0.0¢
-100.0%
2012 375.0¢
100%
2013 375.0¢
0%
2014 400.0¢
6.7%
2015 400.0¢
0%
2016 460.0¢
15.0%
2017 600.0¢
30.4%
2018 1050.0¢
75.0%
2019 800.0¢
-23.8%
2020 800.0¢
0%
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Kering Optimized Dividend Chart

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Dividend Yield Today
1.4%
Optimized Yield
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52 Week High
3.6% on 15 April 2020
52 Week Low
1.4% on 01 October 2020
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About Kering

PPR will become KERING subject to approval at the Annual General Meeting on 18 June 2013

PPR is a large scale French distributor of luxury products, with most of its business serving Europe and the Americas.

More than three quarters of its sales are under the brand names Conforma, FNAC (cultural and technological products), Redcats (online fashion and home furnishings retailer), Sport & Lifestyle (Puma, Volcom and Electrics brands) and Gucci.

PPR reduced their dividend in the 2009 global economic slowdown but are projected to increase and surpass their ealier dividend payouts by 2014. PPR pay just one dividend per year in May.

From Kering's web site: -
Dividend for financial year 2012: -
At the Combined General Meeting on June 18, 2013, Kering* will propose to distribute to its shareholders, as a payment in full of dividends in respect of 2012 (an interim dividend of €1.50 having been paid on January 24, 2013) a supplementary cash dividend of €2.25 and a dividend in the form of Groupe Fnac shares in the ratio of 1 Groupe Fnac share for every 8 Kering shares held.


Sector
Leisure Goods
Country
France
Share Price
€616.40 (yesterday's closing price)
Shares in Issue
126 million
Market Cap
€77.6bn
Dividend Cover
How many times is the dividend covered by company income. A cover of 1 means all income is paid out in dividends
2.4
CADI
The Consecutive Annual Dividend Increases - the number of years this company has been increasing its dividends
0
Market Indices
Euronext 100, CAC 40, STOXX600
Home Page URL
http://www.kering.com/en/home
Investor Relations URL
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Financial Calendar URL
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