Safran share dividend and yield

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Although the dividend yield paid by Safran to its shareholders is not among the highest in the industry, the company has the merit of rewarding its shareholders almost every year without interruption for a long time. To find out more about the profitability of this share, we suggest that you discover in this page the precise amount as well as the historical amount and the yield of the Safran share dividend, as well as its payment and detachment dates.

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Safran share dividend and yield
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What is the amount of the dividend paid by Safran?

The current dividend amount is that of the dividend paid by Safran to its shareholders in 2022 and for the financial year 2021. This last dividend shows a coupon of 0.5 euros per share and has already been paid to Safran shareholders.

This dividend shows a slight increase compared to the dividends paid last year, which was only €0.43 per share.

 

When is the Safran dividend paid?

Before being paid to shareholders, the Safran dividend must pass through several successive stages. First, it is decided each year by the Board of Directors following the publication of the previous year's annual results. The amount is then voted on by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting, before being detached and paid. 

Like most French and European listed companies, Safran pays a dividend to shareholders once a year, i.e. on an annual basis. Most often, this payment is made in May or June of each year.

For example, with regard to the 2022 dividend payment for the 2021 financial year, the detachment of this dividend took place on 31 May and its payment to the shareholders' account was made on 2 June.

 

What is the next dividend forecast for Safran shares?

At the moment, we do not yet know the next dividend that will be paid for Safran shares to the company's shareholders. Indeed, the amount of this dividend will only be known after the publication of the annual financial results for the year 2022, i.e. during the first quarter of 2023.

Once the amount of this dividend is communicated by the Board of Directors, it will also have to be approved by the shareholders at the time of their annual general meeting.

 

Safran share dividend history :

The Safran group has paid a dividend to its shareholders without interruption for many years, i.e. from the year 2000 to the year 2020. However, due to the COVID pandemic, the 2020 dividend has been suspended, as has been the case for other companies in this sector. Here is a history of the latest dividends paid by Safran and how they have changed from year to year.

  • In 2022, Safran's dividend was €0.5 with a 16.28% increase
  • In 2021, Safran's dividend was €0.43 with a 100% increase
  • In 2020, the Safran dividend was €0 with a 100% decrease
  • In 2019, Safran's dividend was €1.82 with a 13.75% increase
  • In 2018, the Safran dividend was €1.60 with an increase of 92.77%.
  • In 2017, the Safran dividend was €0.83 with a decrease of 43.54%.
  • In 2016, the Safran dividend was €1.47 with an increase of 18.55%.
  • In 2015, the Safran dividend was €1.24 with an increase of 3.33%.
  • In 2014, Safran's dividend was €1.20 with an increase of 6.19%
  • In 2013, the Safran dividend was €1.13 with an increase of 66.18%.

The observation of this history shows us a rather negative evolution over the long term of the amount of the dividend of the company Safran. If this dividend has shown a positive progression of 16.28% over the last year, its evolution over 5 years has shown a decrease of 9.64% per year on average. This decrease over 10 years was 3.03% per year on average.

 

What is the dividend yield on Safran shares?

To best assess the profitability of the Safran share, it is advisable to base oneself not only on the amount of its dividend, but on the yield of the latter. The yield is calculated by dividing the amount of the dividend by the share price. Safran's share price at the time of the dividend issue. 

The dividend paid by Safran in 2021 had a yield of 0.50%.

As for the rate of distribution of the Safran group's profits to its shareholders, it is in line with the average rate observed in the sector, at 24.78%.

 

What is the dividend yield on Safran shares over several years?

Over the last 10 years, Safran Group has paid a dividend with an average yield of 1.90%, which is above its 2021 yield. Here is its history:

  • In 2022, the dividend yield was 0.50%.
  • In 2021, this dividend yield was 0.35%.
  • In 2020, the yield on this dividend was 0%.
  • In 2019, the dividend yield was 1.49%.
  • In 2018, the dividend yield was 1.58%.
  • In 2017, the dividend yield was 1.90%.
  • In 2016, the dividend yield was 2.14%.
  • In 2015, the dividend yield was 2.30%.
  • In 2014, the dividend yield was 1.95%.
  • In 2013, the dividend yield was 2.67%.
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