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Ausdrill Limited (ASL)

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  • Current price: $1.612
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ASL is an international mining and civil construction services group. ASL was developed from a drill and blast contracting group based in Western Australia in 1987. Then in 1989 the company purchased Seltrust mining Company/BP Minerals International.ACTIVITIES: Operations include: drill and blast operations, grade control drilling, exploration, underground diamond drilling, raise boring, open pit mining, telecommunications, and supply and logistics services.

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Ex date Pay date Amount (cents) Type Franking Historical Yield  
10 Apr 2013 15 May 2013 6.50 Interim 100% 9.00%  
26 Sep 2012 31 Oct 2012 8.00 Final 100% 9.00%  
10 Apr 2012 24 Apr 2012 6.50 Interim 100% 8.06%  
13 Oct 2011 27 Oct 2011 6.50 Interim 100% 7.75%  
6 Apr 2011 21 Apr 2011 6.00 Interim 100% 7.44%  
14 Oct 2010 29 Oct 2010 6.00 Interim 100% 6.82%  
15 Apr 2010 30 Apr 2010 5.00 Interim 100% 6.82%  
19 Oct 2009 6 Nov 2009 6.00 Interim 100% 6.82%  
12 Mar 2009 8 Apr 2009 5.00 Interim 100% 6.82%  
3 Oct 2008 24 Oct 2008 6.00 Interim 100% 6.82%  
7 Mar 2008 4 Apr 2008 5.00 Interim 100% 6.20%  
8 Oct 2007 26 Oct 2007 5.00 Final 100% 5.58%  
8 Mar 2007 5 Apr 2007 4.00 Interim 100% 4.34%  
6 Oct 2006 26 Oct 2006 3.00 Final 100% 3.72%  
9 Mar 2006 6 Apr 2006 3.00 Interim 100% 3.26%  
6 Oct 2005 26 Oct 2005 2.25 Final 100% 2.64%  
18 Mar 2005 6 Apr 2005 2.00 Interim 70% 2.48%  
6 Oct 2004 25 Oct 2004 2.00 Final 65% 2.48%  
2 Mar 2004 19 Mar 2004 2.00 Interim 70% 2.48%  
10 Sep 2003 26 Sep 2003 2.00 Final 75% 3.41%  

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