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Village Roadshow Limited (VRL)

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  • Current price: $5.07
  • Website: www.villageroadshow.com.au

Village Roadshow Limited is in entertainment and media businesses. It engages in the production of movies; the development of music titles; the distribution of theatrical movies to cinemas, videos, DVDs, pay televisions, and free to air televisions in Australia and New Zealand; licensing, promoting, and marketing Australian recording artists; and the operation of cinema exhibition circuits. The company also owns and operates theme parks on Queensland’s Gold Coast (Movie World, Sea World, Wet N' Wild), and is currently building a new water in Sydney. Via it ~47% stake in unlist Village Roadshow Entertainment Group (VREG) Village co-produces and co-finances feature length films. Village Roadshow Limited was founded in 1954 and is based in South Yarra, Australia.

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Ex date Pay date Amount (cents) Type Franking Historical Yield  
28 Feb 2013 28 Mar 2013 13.00 Interim 100% 4.54%  
7 Sep 2012 4 Oct 2012 10.00 Final 0% 4.34%  
2 Mar 2012 27 Mar 2012 12.00 Interim 0% 19.72%  
9 Sep 2011 6 Oct 2011 8.00 Interim 100% 21.30%  
4 Jul 2011 19 Jul 2011 80.00 Interim 100% 19.72%  
16 Mar 2011 5 Apr 2011 20.00 Final 70% 3.94%  
12 Nov 2009 2 Dec 2009 6.00 Interim 100% 1.92%  
3 Jun 2009 1 Jul 2009 3.75 Interim 100% 2.51%  
13 Nov 2008 3 Dec 2008 9.00 Interim 100% 5.23%  
14 Mar 2008 14 Apr 2008 17.50 Interim 100% 5.23%  
15 Nov 2007 6 Dec 2007 9.00 Interim 100% 1.78%  
17 Nov 2006 4 Dec 2006 34.00 Interim 100% 6.71%  
18 Nov 2005 29 Nov 2005 7.18 Interim 100% 1.42%  
25 Oct 2001 21 Nov 2001 7.18 Interim 39% 1.42%  
24 Oct 2000 22 Nov 2000 7.18 Interim 0% 1.42%  

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