How does the Woolworths dividend fare against its biggest rival?
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Nonetheless, the conglomerateâs shares are up more than 40% over the last 5 years.
While this is nothing to get overly excited about, itâs the consistent dividends that have supplemented investor income.
At the time of writing, Woolworths shares are trading at $35.80, down 0.78% for the day.
Letâs take a look and see how much Woolworths has paid to shareholders from this time in 2017.
A brief rundown on the Woolworths dividend history
Listed below is a quick look at the dividends distributed from Woolworths over 5 years ago.
October 2017 â 50 cents (final)
April 2018 â 43 cents (interim)
October 2018 â 50 cents (final)
October 2018 â 10 cents (special dividend)
April 2019 â 45 cents (interim)
September 2019 â 57 cents (final)
April 2020 â 46 cents (interim)
October 2020 â 48 cents (final)
April 2021 â 53 cents (interim)
October 2021 â 55 cents (final)
April 2022 â 39 cents (interim)
Calculating the above amounts, Woolworths has paid a total of $4.96 in dividends to shareholders since this time in 2017.
Furthermore, the company has a current dividend yield of 2.62%.
So how does this compare with the Wesfarmers dividend?
Woolworthsâ main competitor, Wesfarmers Ltd (ASX: WES) has also seen its share price tank in recent times.
However, in similar fashion, the diversified companyâs shares are up 48% over the 5-year period.
When looking at the dividend history, Wesfarmers has distributed a total amount of $10.49 to shareholders since 2017.
Keep in mind that Wesfarmers shares are fetching at $42.26, slightly above its peer.
But, when pitting the two blue-chip companies against each other, itâs the Wesfarmers dividend that comes out on top.
To compare the pair, Woolworths’ dividend reflects a payout of around 14% of its current share price.
On the other hand, the Wesfarmers dividend represents roughly 25%.
Wesfarmers has a dividend yield of 4.02%.
Woolworths share price summary
A volatile 2022 has driven the Woolworths share price to register a loss of almost 6% for the period.
Based on valuation grounds, Woolworths presides aÂ market capitalisationÂ of approximately $43.04 billion.
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