This page shows upcoming ex-dividends dates for ordinary shares listed and supplied by the London Stock Exchange.
The ex-dividend date is the date which is used to decide
which shareholders will receive a dividend payment. Shareholders who own shares in the company before the market opens on the ex-dividend date will receive a dividend payment. Shares bought on or after the ex-dividend date will not qualify for the dividend.
The 'Div Impact' column in the table shows the current declared dividend as a percentage of the current share price. This is the percentage the company's share price is expected to fall by when the market opens on the ex-dividend date.
These dividends represent 9 points on the FTSE Index.