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Celanese Corp - Ordinary Shares - Series A (CE) Dividends

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The next Celanese Corp - Ordinary Shares - Series A dividend is expected to go ex in 17 days and to be paid in 28 days.
The previous Celanese Corp - Ordinary Shares - Series A dividend was 62c and it went ex 2 months ago and it was paid 2 months ago.
There are typically 4 dividends per year (excluding specials).
Country:
United States
Exchange:
New York Stock Exchange
Sector:
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
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Status: Paid Forecast
Type: Quarterly Quarterly
Per Share: 62c Sign Up Required
Ex-div Date: Fri 24 Apr 2020 Thu 23 Jul 2020
Pay Date: Thu 07 May 2020 Mon 03 Aug 2020
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Declared and Forecast Celanese Corp - Ordinary Shares - Series A Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Type Amount Currency Status
13 Apr 2012 01 May 2012 Quarterly 6c USD Paid
02 Aug 2012 16 Aug 2012 Quarterly 7.5c USD Paid
25 Oct 2012 08 Nov 2012 Quarterly 7.5c USD Paid
14 Feb 2013 28 Feb 2013 Quarterly 7.5c USD Paid
02 May 2013 16 May 2013 Quarterly 9c USD Paid
01 Aug 2013 15 Aug 2013 Quarterly 18c USD Paid
31 Oct 2013 14 Nov 2013 Quarterly 18c USD Paid
12 Feb 2014 28 Feb 2014 Quarterly 18c USD Paid
01 May 2014 16 May 2014 Quarterly 25c USD Paid
01 Aug 2014 15 Aug 2014 Quarterly 25c USD Paid
30 Oct 2014 14 Nov 2014 Quarterly 25c USD Paid
12 Feb 2015 27 Feb 2015 Quarterly 25c USD Paid
30 Apr 2015 15 May 2015 Quarterly 30c USD Paid
30 Jul 2015 13 Aug 2015 Quarterly 30c USD Paid
29 Oct 2015 12 Nov 2015 Quarterly 30c USD Paid
11 Feb 2016 26 Feb 2016 Quarterly 30c USD Paid
28 Apr 2016 12 May 2016 Quarterly 36c USD Paid
28 Jul 2016 11 Aug 2016 Quarterly 36c USD Paid
27 Oct 2016 10 Nov 2016 Quarterly 36c USD Paid
16 Feb 2017 03 Mar 2017 Quarterly 36c USD Paid
27 Apr 2017 11 May 2017 Quarterly 46c USD Paid
26 Jul 2017 07 Aug 2017 Quarterly 46c USD Paid
27 Oct 2017 09 Nov 2017 Quarterly 46c USD Paid
16 Feb 2018 02 Mar 2018 Quarterly 46c USD Paid
27 Apr 2018 10 May 2018 Quarterly 54c USD Paid
26 Jul 2018 06 Aug 2018 Quarterly 54c USD Paid
26 Oct 2018 08 Nov 2018 Quarterly 54c USD Paid
15 Feb 2019 01 Mar 2019 Quarterly 54c USD Paid
26 Apr 2019 09 May 2019 Quarterly 62c USD Paid
25 Jul 2019 05 Aug 2019 Quarterly 62c USD Paid
25 Oct 2019 07 Nov 2019 Quarterly 62c USD Paid
14 Feb 2020 28 Feb 2020 Quarterly 62c USD Paid
24 Apr 2020 07 May 2020 Quarterly 62c USD Paid
23 Jul 2020 03 Aug 2020 Quarterly Sign Up Required USD Forecast
30 Oct 2020 12 Nov 2020 Quarterly Sign Up Required USD Forecast
12 Feb 2021 26 Feb 2021 Quarterly Sign Up Required USD Forecast
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29 Oct 2021 11 Nov 2021 Quarterly Sign Up Required USD Forecast
14 Feb 2022 28 Feb 2022 Quarterly Sign Up Required USD Forecast
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21 Jul 2022 01 Aug 2022 Quarterly Sign Up Required USD Forecast
28 Oct 2022 10 Nov 2022 Quarterly Sign Up Required USD Forecast
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How accurate are our Celanese Corp forecasts?

Prediction Date Dividend Date Forecast Amount Actual Amount Accuracy
18 Oct 2019 24 Apr 2020 72c 62c 92% 😊
10 Jul 2019 24 Apr 2020 72c 62c 92% 😊
10 Jul 2019 14 Feb 2020 62c 62c 100% πŸ˜„
10 Jul 2019 25 Oct 2019 62c 62c 100% πŸ˜„
10 Jul 2019 25 Jul 2019 62c 62c 100% πŸ˜„
Average Celanese Corp - Ordinary Shares - Series A Forecast Accuracy 97% πŸ˜ƒ

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About Celanese Corp

Celanese Corporation (Celanese), incorporated on November 3, 2004, is a technology and specialty materials company. The Company's segments include Advanced Engineered Materials, Consumer Specialties, Industrial Specialties, Acetyl Intermediates and Other Activities. The Company's business involves processing chemical raw materials, such as methanol, carbon monoxide, ethylene and natural products, including wood pulp, into chemicals, thermoplastic polymers and other chemical-based products. Its product portfolio serves a range of end-use applications, including paints and coatings, textiles, automotive applications, consumer and medical applications, performance industrial applications, filtration applications, paper and packaging, chemical additives, construction, consumer and industrial adhesives, and food and beverage applications. The Company operates in North America, Europe and Asia. As of December 31, 2016, the Company had 30 global production facilities, and an additional eight affiliate production facilities.

Advanced Engineered Materials

The Advanced Engineered Materials segment includes the Company's engineered materials business and certain affiliates. The Advanced Engineered Materials segment develops, produces and supplies a portfolio of specialty polymers for automotive and medical applications, as well as industrial products and consumer electronics. Together with its affiliates, its engineered materials business offers products of the Advanced Engineered Materials segment, which are used in a range of end-use products, including fuel system components, automotive safety systems, medical applications, electronics, appliances, industrial products, battery separators, conveyor belts, filtration equipment, coatings, and electrical applications and products.

The Advanced Engineered Materials segment offers various products, including polyoxymethylene (POM), ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE), polybutylene terephthalate (PBT), long-fiber reinforced thermoplastics (LFRT), liquid crystal polymers (LCP), thermoplastic elastomers (TPE), nylon and polypropylene. POM, PBT and LFRT are used in a range of applications, including fuel system components, automotive safety systems, consumer electronics, appliances, industrial products and medical applications. UHMW-PE is used in battery separators, industrial products, filtration equipment, coatings and medical applications. Primary end uses for LCP are electrical applications or products and consumer electronics. Its products also offer low-friction and low-wear grade acetal copolymer applications. The Advanced Engineered Materials segment offers differentiated polymer technologies designed for the utility industry, the oil and gas industry, original equipment manufacturers and companies. These include composite technologies for the utility industry. Its operations include polymerization, compounding, research and development, and customer technology centers in regions, such as Brazil, China, Germany, Italy, Mexico, South Korea and the United States.

The Company sells POM under the Celcon and Hostaform trademarks. POM is used for end-use applications in the automotive, industrial, consumer and medical industries. These applications include mechanical parts in automotive fuel system components and window lift systems, water handling, conveyor belts, sprinkler systems, drug delivery systems, and gears in large and small home appliances. The Company sells its UHMW-PE products under the trademark, GUR. UHMW-PE offers applications, including lead acid battery separators, heavy machine components, lithium ion separator membranes, and noise and vibration dampening tapes. UHMW-PE products' applications also include filtration equipment, ballistic fibers, thermoplastic and elastomeric additives, as well as medical implants.

The Company's products include a series of thermoplastic polyesters, including Celanex PBT, Celanex polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and Thermx polycyclohexylene-dimethylene terephthalate (PCT), as well as Riteflex, a thermoplastic polyester elastomer. These products are used in a range of automotive, electrical and consumer applications, including ignition system parts, radiator grilles, electrical switches, appliance and sensor housings, light emitting diodes and technical fibers. Celstran and Factor, are the Company's LFRT products, which are used in automotive, transportation and industrial applications, such as instrument panels, consoles and front end modules. Vectra and Zenite, the Company's LCP brands are used in electrical and electronics applications for precision parts with thin walls and complex shapes. LCP brands are also used in high heat cookware applications. Forprene, Sofprene T, Pibiflex and Laprene are its TPE brands, which are primarily used in automotive, construction, appliances and consumer applications. Its nylon products include Nylfor A and Nylfor B and are used in automotive, appliances, industrial and consumer applications. Its polypropylene products include Polifor, Litepol and Tecnoprene and are primarily used in automotive, appliances, electrical and consumer applications.

The Company competes with BASF SE, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Koninklijke DSM N.V., SABIC Innovative Plastics, Solvay S.A., Asahi Kasei Corporation, Braskem S.A., Lanxess AG, Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Inc., Sumitomo Corporation, Teijin Limited and Toray Industries, Inc.

Consumer Specialties

The Consumer Specialties segment includes the Company's cellulose derivatives and food ingredients businesses, which serve consumer-driven applications. Its cellulose derivatives business is a producer and supplier of acetate tow, acetate flake and acetate film, primarily used in filter products applications. The Company's cellulose derivatives business has production sites in Belgium, Mexico, the United Kingdom and the United States. The Company's food ingredients business is a supplier of acesulfame potassium (Ace-K) for the food and beverage industry. It also produces food protection ingredients, such as potassium sorbate and sorbic acid. Its food ingredients business has a production facility in Germany.

The Consumer Specialties segment's products include acetate flake, acetate tow and acetate film; Sunett sweetener, Qorus sweetener system and food protection ingredients. Acetate tow is a fiber used in cigarette filters. Acetate flake is processed into acetate tow. Acetate flake can also be a solvent cast to create a film, which is used in packaging for food and luxury goods, as well as other applications, such as anti-fog films, which are sold under the trademark, Clarifoil. Ace-K, a non-nutritive high intensity sweetener sold under the trademark, Sunett, is used in a range of beverages, confections and dairy products across the world. Sunett sweetener is a blending partner for caloric and non-caloric sweeteners as it balances the sweetness profile. The Qorus sweetener system is designed for low- to no-calorie carbonated and non-carbonated beverages, flavored waters, energy drinks, milk and dairy products. The Company's food protection ingredients, potassium sorbate and sorbic acid are used in foods, beverages and personal care products.

Celanese sells acetate tow to the tobacco companies. It sells Sunett sweetener to multinational and regional customers. The Company sells Qorus sweetener system to regional customers in the food and beverage industry. Food protection ingredients are sold through regional distributors to small and medium sized customers, and directly to multinational customers in the food industry.

The Company competes with Daicel Corporation, Eastman Chemical Company, Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd, Solvay S.A., Anhui Jinhe Industry Co., Ltd., Suzhou Hope Technology Co., Ltd., Ajinomoto Co. Inc., The NutraSweet Company, Tate & Lyle plc and Nantong Acetic Acid Chemical Co., Ltd.

Industrial Specialties

The Industrial Specialties segment includes the Company's emulsion polymers and ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) polymers businesses. The Company's emulsion polymers business is a producer of vinyl acetate-based emulsions, and develops products and application technologies for applications, such as paints and coatings, adhesives, construction, glass fiber, textiles and paper. The emulsion polymers business has production facilities in Canada, China, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United States. Its emulsion polymers products are sold under the brand names, including EcoVAE, Mowilith, Vinamul, Celvolit, Duroset, TufCOR and Avicor. Its EVA polymers business is a manufacturer of a range of specialty EVA resins and compounds, as well as select grades of low-density polyethylene (LDPE). EVA polymers products are sold under the Ateva and VitalDose brands, and used in applications, including flexible packaging films, lamination film products, hot melt adhesives, automotive parts and carpeting. Its EVA polymers business has a production facility in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Industrial Specialties segment is based on its acetyl technology.

The Company's emulsion polymers business produces conventional vinyl- and acrylate-based emulsions and vinyl acetate ethylene (VAE) emulsions. VAE emulsions are the components of water-based architectural coatings, adhesives, non-wovens, textiles, glass fiber and other applications. LDPE is produced in high-pressure reactors from ethylene, while EVA resins and compounds are produced in high-pressure reactors from ethylene and vinyl acetate monomer (VAM). The segment's products are sold to a range of regional and multinational customers. Customers of the Company's emulsion polymers business are manufacturers of water-based paints and coatings, adhesives, paper, building and construction products, glass fiber, non-wovens and textiles. Customers of its EVA polymers business are engaged in the manufacture of a range of products, including hot melt adhesives, automotive components, thermal laminations, and flexible and food packaging materials.

The Company competes BASF SE, Dairen Chemical Corporation, The Dow Chemical Company, Wacker Chemie AG, Arkema, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, and ExxonMobil Chemical.

Acetyl Intermediates

The Acetyl Intermediates segment includes the Company's intermediate chemistry business, which produces and supplies acetyl products, including acetic acid, VAM, acetic anhydride and acetate esters. These products are used as starting materials for colorants, paints, adhesives, coatings and pharmaceuticals. The Company's intermediate chemistry business also produces organic solvents and intermediates for pharmaceutical, agricultural and chemical products. Its technologies include AOPlus3 and VAntage2. The Acetyl Intermediates segment's products include acetyl products, and solvents and derivatives.

The Company's acetyl products include acetic acid, VAM, acetic anhydride and acetaldehyde. Acetic acid is used to manufacture VAM, purified terephthalic acid and other acetyl derivatives. VAM is used in a range of adhesives, paints, films, coatings and textiles. Acetic anhydride is a raw material used in the production of cellulose acetate, detergents and pharmaceuticals. Acetaldehyde is a feedstock for the production of a range of derivatives, such as pyridines, which are used in agricultural products. The Company also manufactures acetic acid, VAM and acetic anhydride for its own use in producing downstream, value-added products, as well as for sale to third parties. The Acetyl Intermediates segment produces VAM as a raw material for its emulsion polymers and EVA polymers businesses.

The Company manufactures a range of solvents, formaldehyde and other chemicals, which are used in the manufacture of paints, coatings, adhesives and other products. Its solvents and derivatives products include ethyl acetate, an acetate ester that is a solvent used in coatings, inks and adhesives, and in the manufacture of photographic films and coated papers; butyl acetate, an acetate ester that is a solvent used in inks, pharmaceuticals and perfume; formaldehyde and paraformaldehyde, which are used to produce adhesive resins for plywood, particle board, coatings, POM engineering resins and a compound used in making polyurethane, and other chemicals, such as crotonaldehyde, which are used by the Company's food ingredients business for the production of sorbic acid and potassium sorbates, as well as raw materials for the fragrance and food ingredients industry.

The Company's intermediate chemistry business sells its products both directly to customers and through distributors. Solvents and derivatives are sold to a range of regional and multinational customers. The Company manufactures formaldehyde for its own use, as well as for sale to regional customers that include manufacturers in the wood products and chemical derivatives industries. Specialty solvents are sold to a range of customers in the coatings and resins, and the specialty products industries. Its products serve regions, across the world in the synthetic lubricant, agrochemical, rubber processing and other specialty chemical areas.

The Company competes with BASF SE, BP PLC, Chang Chun Petrochemical Co., Ltd., Daicel Corporation, The Dow Chemical Company, Eastman Chemical Company, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Jiangsu Sopo (Group) Co., Ltd., Kuraray Co., Ltd., LyondellBasell Industries N.V., Nippon Gohsei, Perstorp Inc. and Showa Denko K.K.

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Annual Dividends

Year Amount Change
2006 0.0c
2007 0.0c 0%
2008 0.0c 0%
2009 0.0c 0%
2010 0.0c 0%
2011 0.0c 0%
2012 28.5c 100%
2013 63.0c 121.1%
2014 100.0c 58.7%
2015 120.0c 20.0%
2016 144.0c 20.0%
2017 184.0c 27.8%
2018 216.0c 17.4%
2019 248.0c 14.8%
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Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Year Type Frequency Status Amount
13 Apr 2012 01 May 2012 2012 Interim Quarterly Paid 6c
02 Aug 2012 16 Aug 2012 2012 Interim Quarterly Paid 7.5c
25 Oct 2012 08 Nov 2012 2012 Interim Quarterly Paid 7.5c
14 Feb 2013 28 Feb 2013 2012 Final Quarterly Paid 7.5c
02 May 2013 16 May 2013 2013 Interim Quarterly Paid 9c
01 Aug 2013 15 Aug 2013 2013 Interim Quarterly Paid 18c
31 Oct 2013 14 Nov 2013 2013 Interim Quarterly Paid 18c
12 Feb 2014 28 Feb 2014 2013 Final Quarterly Paid 18c
01 May 2014 16 May 2014 2014 Interim Quarterly Paid 25c
01 Aug 2014 15 Aug 2014 2014 Interim Quarterly Paid 25c
30 Oct 2014 14 Nov 2014 2014 Interim Quarterly Paid 25c
12 Feb 2015 27 Feb 2015 2014 Final Quarterly Paid 25c
30 Apr 2015 15 May 2015 2015 Interim Quarterly Paid 30c
30 Jul 2015 13 Aug 2015 2015 Interim Quarterly Paid 30c
29 Oct 2015 12 Nov 2015 2015 Interim Quarterly Paid 30c
11 Feb 2016 26 Feb 2016 2015 Final Quarterly Paid 30c
28 Apr 2016 12 May 2016 2016 Interim Quarterly Paid 36c
28 Jul 2016 11 Aug 2016 2016 Interim Quarterly Paid 36c
27 Oct 2016 10 Nov 2016 2016 Interim Quarterly Paid 36c
16 Feb 2017 03 Mar 2017 2016 Final Quarterly Paid 36c
27 Apr 2017 11 May 2017 2017 Interim Quarterly Paid 46c
26 Jul 2017 07 Aug 2017 2017 Interim Quarterly Paid 46c
27 Oct 2017 09 Nov 2017 2017 Interim Quarterly Paid 46c
16 Feb 2018 02 Mar 2018 2017 Final Quarterly Paid 46c
27 Apr 2018 10 May 2018 2018 Interim Quarterly Paid 54c
26 Jul 2018 06 Aug 2018 2018 Interim Quarterly Paid 54c
26 Oct 2018 08 Nov 2018 2018 Interim Quarterly Paid 54c
15 Feb 2019 01 Mar 2019 2018 Final Quarterly Paid 54c
26 Apr 2019 09 May 2019 2019 Interim Quarterly Paid 62c
25 Jul 2019 05 Aug 2019 2019 Interim Quarterly Paid 62c
25 Oct 2019 07 Nov 2019 2019 Interim Quarterly Paid 62c
14 Feb 2020 28 Feb 2020 2019 Final Quarterly Paid 62c
24 Apr 2020 07 May 2020 2020 Interim Quarterly Paid 62c
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