Some of you have asked what the difference is between the
data supplied monthly and weekly, so I have detailed below what is supplied and
then shown its frequency. Hopefully, this will help you to select how often you
require the data to meet your personal requirements. Here then is a complete
breakdown of the data supplied on the Excel spreadsheets :-
|7 Year History||
The seven year dividend history for the entire FTSE350 comprising EPIC; Name; Current dividend; Last year's dividend; Last 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 years dividends; Percentage dividend increase or decrease per year; Indicators to show if dividend has been raised every year; FTSE100 constituent indicator (for sorting purposes).
The entire Dividend payment tables for the FTSE100 and 250 comprising EPIC; Name; Market sector; Latest total annual dividend; Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 ex dividend dates; Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 amounts paid; Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 payment dates.
Also includes a dividend payment calculator - Just insert the number of shares you own in a particular company and it will show the amounts you will receive in Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4, including total annual amounts.
|Notes||Shows FTSE350 quarterly constituent changes and changes due to corporate actions, as and when they occurred, since July 2001.|
|Current FTSE100 and 250 containing EPIC; Name; Market sector; Total annual dividend; Current yield; Dividend cover; Latest closing price; 52 week highs and lows; Close versus high and low percentages; Current P/E; Current market capitalisation and ranking position.
Also includes indicators to show if a dividend or its cover, has been increased or decreased since last month.
Lists ALL reported future XD dates for the entire FTSE350.
Includes EPIC; Name; Market sector; Latest total annual dividend; Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 ex dividend dates; Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 amounts paid; Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 payment dates.
Top 10 yielding shares from FTSE100, 250 and 350. Selected from companies not paying dividends out of reserves, then picking only one share per market sector for diversification and then selecting the 10 highest yielding shares.
FTSE350 Sector yields - This week, end of last month and percentage changes, up or down.
FTSE100, 250 and 350 index data, including closing values, yields, covers, P/Es and percentage changes, up or down.
And here is the list showing the frequency that these tables are distributed :-
|Table Name||Weekly - Distributed each Saturday||Monthly - Distributed on the first Saturday of each month|
|7 Year History||No||Yes|