Christian Dior SE

Christian Dior SE CDI

Dividend Summary

The next Christian Dior SE dividend is expected to go ex in 1 month and to be paid in 1 month.
The previous Christian Dior SE dividend was 260¢ and it went ex 4 months ago and it was paid 4 months ago.
There are typically 2 dividends per year (excluding specials), and the dividend cover is approximately 3.0.

Latest Dividends
Summary Previous dividend Next dividend
Status Paid Forecast
Type Final Interim
Per share 260¢ Sign Up Required
Declaration date
Ex-div date 07 Jul 2020 (Tue) 02 Dec 2020 (Wed)
Pay date 09 Jul 2020 (Thu) 04 Dec 2020 (Fri)

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Forecast Accuracy
62%
Our premium tools have predicted Christian Dior SE with 62% accuracy.
Dividend Yield Today
1.6%
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 Christian Dior SE
Status Type Decl. date Ex-div date Pay date Decl. Currency Forecast amount Decl. amount Accuracy
Forecast Final 20 Apr 2023 24 Apr 2023 EUR Sign up
Forecast Interim 01 Dec 2022 05 Dec 2022 EUR Sign up
Forecast Final 21 Apr 2022 25 Apr 2022 EUR Sign up
Forecast Interim 02 Dec 2021 06 Dec 2021 EUR Sign up
Forecast Final 22 Apr 2021 26 Apr 2021 EUR Sign up
Forecast Interim 02 Dec 2020 04 Dec 2020 EUR Sign up
Paid Final 07 Jul 2020 09 Jul 2020 EUR 260¢
Paid Special 14 Nov 2019 06 Dec 2019 10 Dec 2019 EUR 2920¢
Paid Interim 25 Jul 2019 06 Dec 2019 10 Dec 2019 EUR 220¢ 220¢ 😄
Paid Final 30 Jan 2019 25 Apr 2019 29 Apr 2019 EUR 350¢ 400¢ 😏
Paid Interim 25 Jul 2018 04 Dec 2018 06 Dec 2018 EUR 240¢ 200¢ 😌
Paid Final 05 Feb 2018 17 Apr 2018 19 Apr 2018 EUR 145¢ 340¢ 😖
Paid Interim 26 Jun 2017 05 Dec 2017 07 Dec 2017 EUR 230¢ 160¢ 😞
Paid Final 10 Feb 2017 19 Apr 2017 21 Apr 2017 EUR 140¢
Paid Interim 14 Oct 2016 09 Dec 2016 13 Dec 2016 EUR 220¢
Paid Final 11 Feb 2016 19 Apr 2016 21 Apr 2016 EUR 135¢
Paid Interim 11 Dec 2015 15 Dec 2015 EUR 195¢
Paid Final 21 Apr 2015 23 Apr 2015 EUR 125¢
Paid Interim 16 Oct 2014 11 Dec 2014 15 Dec 2014 EUR 190¢
Paid Final 14 Feb 2014 14 Apr 2014 17 Apr 2014 EUR 120¢
Paid Interim 28 Nov 2013 03 Dec 2013 EUR 180¢
Paid Final 22 Apr 2013 25 Apr 2013 EUR 110¢
Paid Interim 29 Nov 2012 04 Dec 2012 EUR 110¢
Paid Final 29 Nov 2011 02 Dec 2011 EUR 98¢
Paid Interim 20 May 2011 25 May 2011 EUR 123¢
Paid Final 29 Nov 2010 02 Dec 2010 EUR 88¢
Paid Interim 20 May 2010 25 May 2010 EUR 122¢
Paid Final 31 Dec 2008 31 Dec 2008 EUR 161¢
Paid Final 31 Dec 2007 31 Dec 2007 EUR 161¢
Paid Final 31 Dec 2006 31 Dec 2006 EUR 141¢
Paid Interim 31 Dec 2005 31 Dec 2005 EUR 116¢
Year Amount Change
2006 141.0¢
2007 161.0¢
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14.2%
2008 161.0¢
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0%
2009 0.0¢
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-100.0%
2010 210.0¢
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100%
2011 221.0¢
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5.2%
2012 220.0¢
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-0.5%
2013 300.0¢
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36.4%
2014 315.0¢
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5.0%
2015 330.0¢
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4.8%
2016 360.0¢
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9.1%
2017 500.0¢
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38.9%
2018 600.0¢
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20.0%
2019 480.0¢
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-20.0%
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Christian Dior SE Optimized Dividend Chart

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Dividend Yield Today
1.6%
Optimized Yield
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52 Week High
4.3% on 18 March 2020
52 Week Low
1.7% on 13 July 2020
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About Christian Dior SE

On December 16, 1946 Dior founded his fashion house, backed by Marcel Boussac, a cotton-fabric magnate. The actual name of the line of his first collection, presented in early 1947, was Corolle (literally the botanical term corolla or circlet of flower petals in English), but the phrase New Look was coined for it by Carmel Snow, the editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar. Dior's designs were more voluptuous than the boxy, fabric-conserving shapes of the recent World War II styles, influenced by the rations on fabric. He was a master at creating shapes and silhouettes; Dior is quoted as saying "I have designed flower women." His look employed fabrics lined predominantly with percale, boned, bustier-style bodices, hip padding, wasp-waisted corsets and petticoats that made his dresses flare out from the waist, giving his models a very curvaceous form.

Initially, women protested because his designs covered up their legs, which they had been unused to because of the previous limitations on fabric. There was also some backlash to Dior's designs due to the amount of fabrics used in a single dress or suit. During one photo shoot in a Paris market, the models were attacked by female vendors over this profligacy, but opposition ceased as the wartime shortages ended. The "New Look" revolutionized women's dress and reestablished Paris as the center of the fashion world after World War II.

Sector
Personal Goods
Country
France
Share Price
€393.40 (yesterday's closing price)
Shares in Issue
182 million
Market Cap
€71.5bn
Dividend Cover
How many times is the dividend covered by company income. A cover of 1 means all income is paid out in dividends
3.0
CADI
The Consecutive Annual Dividend Increases - the number of years this company has been increasing its dividends
0
Market Indices
FTSE Eurotop 100, STOXX600
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