These ASX 200 dividend shares just paid out. Here’s how much

A male ASX investor on the street wearing a grey suit clenches his fist and yells yes after seeing on his ipad that the Paladin share price is going up again today

A male ASX investor on the street wearing a grey suit clenches his fist and yells yes after seeing on his ipad that the Paladin share price is going up again today

It’s a big day for many ASX investors today. Not just because of the awful movements that we are seeing in the share market. Yes, the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) has lost almost 2% today. But that belies the fact that many investors will be receiving a paycheque this Friday, which might help to make up for the depressing losses on the markets.

It’s a dividend bonanza on the ASX 200 today. Let’s go through some of the ASX shares that will be paying out their latest dividends during this session.

The first is QBE Insurance Ltd (ASX: QBE). QBE has managed to hold up relatively well over 2022, recording a small gain of 0.25% over the year to date. Investors can now look forward to receiving the 9 cents per share fully franked interim dividend that the ASX 200 insurer is sending out today.

This dividend payment is smaller than the previous final dividend of 19 cents per share that investors received in March. It’s also behind the 11 cents per share interim dividend from FY21. This gives QBE shares a dividend yield of 2.34% on current pricing.

Bega Cheese Ltd (ASX: BGA) is another dividend share that is sending a cheque investors’ way today. This ASX 200 dairy and snack foods company has had a rough year, down more than 37% in 2022 so far. So no doubt investors are looking forward to receiving the 5.5 cents per share fully franked final dividend today.

This is level with the interim dividend from March but a 10% rise over the 5 cents per share final dividend from FY21. Bega shares now have a dividend yield of 3.12%.

More ASX dividend payments incoming this Friday

Next up, we have ASX 200 gaming company Tabcorp Holdings Ltd (ASX: TAH). Tabcorp has had a big year, with the spinoff of its Lottery Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLC) division a few months ago. Today, Tabcorp investors can expect a payment of 6.5 cents per share, fully franked, for their final dividend for FY22.

That is the same payment investors received for Tabcorp’s March interim dividend and a drop from the 7 cents per share payout from FY21.  It gives Tabcorp a dividend yield of 13.68% on today’s pricing.

Let’s now check out Eagers Automotive Ltd (ASX: APE). Eagers shares have taken a big hit today, losing more than 5% of their value in the ASX 200 market selloff. But that might make the incoming dividend even more valuable to investors.

Eagers shareholders will be receiving a 22 cents per share fully franked payment this Friday. Unlike last year’s interim dividend of 20 cents per share, this will not come with a special dividend included. Today, the Eagers dividend yield stands at 5.38%.

Finally, today we have the ASX 200 mining company Mineral Resources Ltd (ASX: MIN). Mineral Resources has had a cracking year, rising a healthy 15.6% over 2022 thus far.

The $1 per share fully franked dividend that shareholders will welcome today is a bit of a drop from the $1.75 per share payment investors enjoyed last year. It brings the Mineral Resources dividend yield to the 1.47% we see today.

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