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Barramundi Dividend History.



Please note that the bar chart below utilizes only the declared dividend and any Special dividend.  It DOES NOT include

imputation credits (for NZ residents) and /or supplementary dividends (which are for non residents).  Information on

Imputation credits and Supplementary dividends may be either found further down this page or on the NZX website.

Dividend History

September 20082.00 cents per share
September 20091.47 cents per share
December 20091.72 cents per share
March 20101.84 cents per share
June 2010 1.82 cents per share
September 20101.71 cents per share
December 20101.85 cents per share
March 20111.92 cents per share
June 20111.96 cents per share
September 20111.70 cents per share
December 20111.52 cents per share
March 20121.49 cents per share
June 20121.52 cents per share
September 20121.47 cents per share
December 20121.54 cents per share
March 20131.62 cents per share
June 20131.66 cents per share
September 20131.61 cents per share
December 2013
1.60 cents per share
March 2014
1.53 cents per share
June 2014
1.41 cents per share
September 2014
1.38 cents per share
December 2014
1.40 cents per share
March 2015
1.36 cents per share
June 2015
1.42 cents per share
September 2015
1.42 cents per share
December 2015                                    1.35
March  2016                                          1.37
June  2016                                            1.38
Sept  2016                                            1.40
Dec  2016                                             1.39  
March 2017            1.30
June   2017             1.31
Sept. 2017               1.30
December 2017       1.31
March  2018             1.38
June  2018                1.33
Sept. 2018                1.40
December 2018         1.42                           

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Adjusted Net Asset Value (NAV)
Adjusted NAV is calculated using NAVs (audited at the end of each financial year) and adds back dividends paid to shareholders.
The directors believe this metric to be useful as it reflects the underlying performance of the investment portfolio adjusted for dividends.
Total Shareholder Return (TSR)
TSR is calculated using the share price performance plus dividends paid to shareholders.
The directors believe this metric to be useful as it mirrors the return of an investor who reinvests their dividends. No metric has been included for investors who take their dividend in cash as the return on those cash dividends will differ per shareholder.

    NAV History

    Please click here for NAV history since inception.

    These are the NAVs that were released to the NZX Main Board and as such, don’t include dividends. For the days when there was no NAV, the previous Thursday’s NAV or the month end NAV has been used. Year end NAVs are the audited NAVs per the annual report.

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