3 Companies Paying Dividends This Week

There are a few companies that are slated to go ex-dividend this week. In other words, you need to own them before a specific date this week in order to receive their dividends. Let’s take a look at three of them.

1. Monday, 4th November 2013

Spindex Industries Limited (SGX: 564), an integrated solution provider of precision-machined components and assemblies with strategic manufacturing location in Singapore, Malaysia, China and Vietnam, will be going ex-dividend on Monday.

It is paying 1.8 Singapore cents per ordinary share for the fourth quarter of 2013 (4Q 2013).

For the full year of 2013, the company saw a 5.2% rise in revenue to S$92.6 million but its net profit dipped 2% to S$7.0 million, as compared to FY2012.

The shares closed at $0.42 on Friday and it is trading at a historical price-to-earnings (PE) ratio of close to 7. Its dividend yield stands at 4.3%.

2. Tuesday, 5th November 2013

Eu Yan Sang International Limited (SGX: E02), a healthcare and wellness company with specialising in Traditional Chinese Medicine, is pencilled in to go ex-dividend on Tuesday.

It is dishing out 2.2 Singapore cents per ordinary share for the 4Q 2013.

For the full year 2013, Eu Yan Sang posted a revenue increase of 13% year-on-year to $326.9 million and the full year net profit grew 11% to $18.1 million.

The shares exchanged hands at $0.755 on Friday. The company is trading at a historical PE ratio of 18.5 and is sporting a dividend yield of 2.9%.

3. Friday, 8th November 2013

F J Benjamin Holdings Limited (SGX: F10) will be going ex-dividend on Friday. The company is involved in brand building and management, and development of retail & distribution networks for international luxury and lifestyle brands across Asia.

It is giving out 0.5 Singapore cents per ordinary share for 4Q 2013.

For the full year 2013, F J Benjamin saw a revenue and net profit decrease of 5% and 68% year-on-year respectively.

The company closed at $0.245 on Friday. It is trading at a historical PE ratio of 31.3 and has a dividend yield of 2%.

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