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Axa (CS) Dividends

Dividend Summary:

The next Axa dividend is expected to go ex in 2 months and to be paid in 3 months.
The previous Axa dividend was 134¢ and it went ex 10 months ago and it was paid 10 months ago.
There is typically 1 dividend per year (excluding specials), and the dividend cover is approximately 2.1.
Country:
France
Exchange:
Euronext Paris
Sector:
Life Insurance
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Status: Paid Forecast
Type: Final Final
Per Share: 134¢ Sign Up Required
Ex-div Date: Thu 02 May 2019 Mon 04 May 2020
Pay Date: Mon 06 May 2019 Wed 06 May 2020
Your Holding: 100 shares 100 shares
Your Payment: €134.00 Sign Up Required

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Declared and Forecast Axa Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Type Amount Currency Status
31 Dec 2006 31 Dec 2006 Final 88¢ EUR Paid
31 Dec 2007 31 Dec 2007 Final 106¢ EUR Paid
31 Dec 2008 31 Dec 2008 Final 120¢ EUR Paid
31 Dec 2009 31 Dec 2009 Final 40¢ EUR Paid
03 May 2010 06 May 2010 Final 55¢ EUR Paid
29 Apr 2011 04 May 2011 Final 69¢ EUR Paid
04 May 2012 09 May 2012 Final 69¢ EUR Paid
09 May 2013 14 May 2013 Final 72¢ EUR Paid
02 May 2014 07 May 2014 Final 81¢ EUR Paid
11 May 2015 13 May 2015 Final 95¢ EUR Paid
06 May 2016 10 May 2016 Final 110¢ EUR Paid
05 May 2017 09 May 2017 Final 116¢ EUR Paid
03 May 2018 07 May 2018 Final 126¢ EUR Paid
02 May 2019 06 May 2019 Final 134¢ EUR Paid
04 May 2020 06 May 2020 Final Sign Up Required EUR Forecast
03 May 2021 05 May 2021 Final Sign Up Required EUR Forecast
02 May 2022 04 May 2022 Final Sign Up Required EUR Forecast

How accurate are our Axa forecasts?

Prediction Date Dividend Date Forecast Amount Actual Amount Accuracy
30 Oct 2017 03 May 2018 124¢ 126¢ 99% 😃
24 Feb 2017 02 May 2019 132¢ 134¢ 99% 😃
24 Feb 2017 03 May 2018 124¢ 126¢ 99% 😃
09 Feb 2017 02 May 2019 145¢ 134¢ 96% 😃
09 Feb 2017 03 May 2018 130¢ 126¢ 98% 😃
09 Feb 2017 05 May 2017 120¢ 116¢ 98% 😃
09 Feb 2017 02 May 2019 145¢ 134¢ 96% 😃
09 Feb 2017 03 May 2018 130¢ 126¢ 98% 😃
09 Feb 2017 05 May 2017 120¢ 116¢ 98% 😃
09 Feb 2017 03 May 2018 120¢ 126¢ 97% 😃
09 Feb 2017 05 May 2017 115¢ 116¢ 99% 😃
01 Apr 2015 02 May 2019 125¢ 134¢ 96% 😃
01 Apr 2015 03 May 2018 115¢ 126¢ 95% 😃
01 Apr 2015 05 May 2017 108¢ 116¢ 96% 😃
Average Axa Forecast Accuracy 97% 😃

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About Axa

AXA is an insurance company that offers life, damage, and international insurance, while also giving asset management services. More than half of its sales are in life insurance.

Fundamentals

Optimized Dividends

Annual Dividends

Year Amount Change
2006 106.0¢
2007 120.0¢ 13.2%
2008 40.0¢ (66.7%)
2009 55.0¢ 37.5%
2010 69.0¢ 25.5%
2011 69.0¢ 0%
2012 72.0¢ 4.3%
2013 81.0¢ 12.5%
2014 95.0¢ 17.3%
2015 110.0¢ 15.8%
2016 116.0¢ 5.5%
2017 126.0¢ 8.6%
2018 134.0¢ 6.3%
2019 140.0¢ 4.5%
2020 Login required
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Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Year Type Frequency Status Amount
03 May 2010 06 May 2010 2009 Final Annually Paid 55¢
29 Apr 2011 04 May 2011 2010 Final Annually Paid 69¢
04 May 2012 09 May 2012 2011 Final Annually Paid 69¢
09 May 2013 14 May 2013 2012 Final Annually Paid 72¢
02 May 2014 07 May 2014 2013 Final Annually Paid 81¢
11 May 2015 13 May 2015 2014 Final Annually Paid 95¢
06 May 2016 10 May 2016 2015 Final Annually Paid 110¢
05 May 2017 09 May 2017 2016 Final Annually Paid 116¢
03 May 2018 07 May 2018 2017 Final Annually Paid 126¢
02 May 2019 06 May 2019 2018 Final Annually Paid 134¢
Sign Up Required Sign Up Required 2019 Final Annually Forecast Sign Up Required
Sign Up Required Sign Up Required 2020 Final Annually Forecast Sign Up Required
Sign Up Required Sign Up Required 2021 Final Annually Forecast Sign Up Required

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