3 ASX 200 shares trading ex-dividend today

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A number of popular ASX 200 shares are falling today despite no news coming from the companies.

As we move through the month of June, we’ll see a number of ASX shares trading ex-dividend.

The ex-dividend date is when investors must have purchased a company’s shares beforehand to be eligible for its upcoming dividend. If an investor buys the shares on or after this date, the dividend will go to the seller.

Below, we take a look at the list of shares that are trading ex-dividend today.

Incitec Pivot Ltd (ASX: IPL) shares are down 2.71% to $3.59 after trading ex-dividend today.

The fertiliser and commercial explosives manufacturer recorded a robust half-year result last month.

As such, the board declared a fully-franked interim dividend of 10 cents per share. This will be paid to eligible shareholders on 5 July.

Champion Iron Ltd (ASX: CIA) shares are also going ex-dividend on Monday, hovering 2.42% lower to $7.65.

The Canadian miner released its full-year results in late May, delivering solid revenue and earnings growth.

The board announced an unfranked final dividend of C$0.10 (A$0.11) per share. But you will have to wait until 28 June for your payout if eligible.

ALS Ltd (ASX: ALQ) shares are also trading without the rights to the company’s partially-franked final dividend.

At the time of writing, the company’s share price is $12.59, down 1.64%.

The testing services company dropped its full-year results on 25 May, with the board declaring a 17 cent per share dividend.

Shareholders will be paid this dividend on 4 July.

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