Dividend Forecast Schedule

In an effort to provide you with more useful information, we have created a dividend forecast schedule. This page would be relevant to you if you are trading our Cash Index CFD products. It provides a forecast of the upcoming dividend adjustments for the CFD indices available on our MT4 platform.

Symbols 05/11/2018 06/11/2018 07/11/2018 08/11/2018 09/11/2018
AUS200

 

 0.2 10.087 0.561 11.558
CN50

 

       
EU50

 

 0.581      
FRA40

  

 1.623      
GER30

 

       
HK50

 

       
JPN225

 

       
SGFREE

 

       
UK100      

6.13

 
US30

 

2.034  

32.479

5.56
US500

0.069

0.221 0.028 1.48 0.481
USTECH

 0.040

1.204    3.921  0.164

 

 

Symbols 12/11/2018 13/11/2018 14/11/2018 15/11/2018 16/11/2018

AUS200

11.984

    0.143   

CN50

         

EU50

         

FRA40

         

GER30

         

HK50

13.713        

JPN225

         

SGFREE

         

UK100

    16.164    

US30

    3.119 14.273

 

US500

 0.09 0.711 0.874 0.223  

USTECH

  3.526  1.507 0.142  

 

The above adjustments are based on index points. For details of each Index Cash CFD product, kindly refer to our Product Schedule

What are dividends?

Dividends are a distribution of a portion of a company’s earnings to its shareholders. Dividends can be issued as cash payments, shares of stock or other equivalent property.

How do they impact your positions?

A dividend causes the share price to fall, as the company is moving money from itself to its shareholders. Dividend payouts from the constituent shares of an index will generally cause the index price to fall. This is because the value of an individual share tends to drop on its ex-dividend date by the amount of the declared dividend. Positive or negative adjustments are applied on Cash Index CFD products to neutralize the impact of the drop in the index price.

Important Notice:

The information supplied serves as a guide only and is subject to change without notice. It is not intended to be trading or investment advice. AxiTrader cannot be held accountable for inaccuracies or any losses incurred as a result of this information.