7 ASX 200 shares with ex-dividend dates next week

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businessman handing $100 note to another in supermarket aisle representing woolworths share price

Well, the ASX earnings season is in full swing. We’ve now heard from many ASX 200 shares as to how their finances are looking after the first half of FY2023. And, as most income investors would know, earnings season means dividend season.

Many ASX 200 shares like to pay out their dividends fairly soon after reporting their most recent numbers. But before a company can pay out a dividend, it must first choose an ex-dividend date, cutting off new investors from receiving the said dividend.

Loads of ASX 200 shares have already traded ex-dividend for their latest dividend payments. But there are quite a few that are scheduled for next week.

So let’s discuss seven such shares that are about to cut investors off from their latest shareholder payments and trade ex-dividend for their next dividend.

7 ASX 200 shares going ex-dividend next week

Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX: FMG)

ASX 200 iron ore miner Fortescue is first up. Fortescue shares will go ex-dividend on Monday, 27 February, for the upcoming interim dividend. Investors will receive a reduced 75 cents per share, fully franked dividend payment on 29 March next month.

Santos Ltd (ASX :STO)

ASX 200 energy share Santos is next up. Santos will cut investors off from eligibility for its next interim dividend on Monday as well. Investors will then receive the 21.9 cents per share fully franked dividend on 29 March as well.

Telstra Group Ltd (ASX: TLS)

Telstra delighted its investors with a dividend hike earlier this month. Investors will be bagging an 8.5 cents per share dividend, fully franked of course, on 31 March. But Telstra is going ex-dividend for this payment on Wednesday 1 March.

Woolworths Group Ltd (ASX: WOW)

Next up is ASX 200 blue chip Woolworths. Woolies was another share that gave investors a dividend pay rise this earnings season. Shareholders can circle 13 April as payday for Woolworths’ interim dividend of 46 cents per share, fully franked.

But investors will need to own the company’s shares before the ex-dividend date of 2 March if they wish to receive it.

Coles Group Ltd (ASX: COL)

Not to be outdone by its arch-rival, Coles is also trading ex-div next week. Coles upped its own interim dividend as well this earnings season.

Coles owners will receive their payout a bit earlier than Woolies too, with 30 March as the date set for dividend payment of Coles’ 36 cents per share, fully franked dividend. But the companies are sharing 2 March as their ex-dividend date.


Much to the delight of investors, AMP is returning to paying dividends in 2023 after a four-year drought. 1 March is the ex-dividend date for AMP’s next dividend payment.

Investors will then have to wait until 3 April to bag the 2.5 cents per share payment. This dividend will be only partially franked at 20%.

Treasury Wine Estates Ltd (ASX: TWE)

Finally, let’s talk about Treasury Wine. Treasury will give investors its next payment on 4 April – a fully franked interim dividend of 18 cents per share. But new shareholders will be cut off from this dividend when the company goes ex-dividend on 3 March.

Foolish takeaway

These aren’t the only major ASX 200 shares going ex-div next week though.

Watch out for Evolution Mining Ltd (ASX: EVN), Amcor plc (ASX: AMC), Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd (ASX: DMP), Ampol Limited (ASX: ALD), Platinum Asset Management Ltd (ASX: PTM), Pro Medicus Ltd (ASX: PME) and NIB Holdings Ltd (ASX: NHF) as well.

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Motley Fool contributor Sebastian Bowen has positions in Telstra Group. The Motley Fool Australia’s parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. has positions in and has recommended Domino’s Pizza Enterprises and Pro Medicus. The Motley Fool Australia has positions in and has recommended Amcor Plc, Coles Group, Pro Medicus, and Telstra Group. The Motley Fool Australia has recommended Domino’s Pizza Enterprises, NIB Holdings, and Treasury Wine Estates. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Scott Phillips.

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