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AGL Energy (AGK)

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  • Current price: $13.65
  • Website: www.agl.com.au

AGL is a large integrated energy business. It has Australia’s largest retail energy and dual-fuel customer base, and also owns significant power generation and upstream gas assets.

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Ex date Pay date Amount (cents) Type Franking Historical Yield  
27 Sep 2000 17 Oct 2000 23.00 Final 0% 5.42%  
27 Mar 2000 14 Apr 2000 24.00 Interim 17% 1.76%  
27 Sep 2000 17 Oct 2000 27.00 Final 22% 5.42%  
26 Mar 2001 12 Apr 2001 25.00 Interim 28% 5.49%  
26 Sep 2001 16 Oct 2001 27.00 Final 59% 3.81%  
26 Sep 2002 16 Oct 2002 27.00 Final 59% 3.81%  
11 Mar 2003 28 Mar 2003 26.00 Interim 62% 3.88%  
9 Sep 2003 26 Sep 2003 29.00 Final 62% 4.03%  
10 Sep 2004 24 Sep 2004 31.00 Final 74% 4.40%  
9 Mar 2004 26 Mar 2004 29.00 Interim 76% 4.25%  
21 Mar 2002 11 Apr 2002 25.00 Interim 76% 3.81%  
7 Mar 2005 24 Mar 2005 61.00 Interim 90% 6.74%  
31 Aug 2007 28 Sep 2007 26.00 Final 100% 4.47%  
19 Mar 2008 16 Apr 2008 26.00 Interim 100% 3.81%  
4 Sep 2006 22 Sep 2006 36.50 Final 100% 4.95%  
6 Mar 2006 23 Mar 2006 31.00 Interim 100% 4.62%  
5 Mar 2007 22 Mar 2007 9.50 Interim 100% 5.24%  
10 Oct 2006 23 Oct 2006 25.50 Final 100% 6.81%  
9 Sep 2005 23 Sep 2005 32.00 Final 100% 6.81%  

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