Veolia share dividend and yield

  •   DEHOUI Lionel

While other companies have seen their dividends heavily impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, Veolia continues to pursue a shareholder-friendly earnings distribution policy with a rising dividend in 2021 and 2022. On this page, we propose to tell you more about the dividend of the Veolia share with its precise amount, its yield, its payment dates as well as a history of its evolution over the last ten years. This will give you a better idea of the profitability of this stock.

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

The last dividend paid by Veolia was in 2022 and was calculated on the basis of the 2021 financial year.

This dividend was €1 per share. And it was paid in July 2022 to shareholders.

The previous dividend paid by Veolia, its shareholders, was that of 2021, calculated on the basis of the financial year 2020. The amount of this dividend was €0.675 per share. We can therefore see an increase in this dividend from one year to the next.


When does the Veolia dividend payment take place?

The Veolia share dividend is paid each year according to the results of the previous year. Thus the dividend paid in 2022 concerns the financial year 2021. Before being paid, this dividend must be approved by the Board of Directors. It is then presented to the shareholders for a vote at their annual meeting. Generally, this dividend is paid in July.

For the dividend received by shareholders in 2022 and for the financial year 2021, the detachment date was 05 July 2022 and the dividend was paid shortly afterwards on 07 July 2022.


What is the next dividend forecast for the Veolia share?

Of course, we do not yet know the amount of the next dividend that will be paid by Veolia to its shareholders. It will be calculated for the year 2022 and will be announced in 2023, after the publication of the results.

To know the amount of this dividend, it is therefore necessary to wait for Veolia to publish its annual results. The publication of these results should occur during the first quarter of 2023. The amount of the dividend will be decided by the Board of Directors and then presented to the General Meeting of Shareholders for a vote.


History of Veolia share dividends:

Veolia has been distributing a dividend to its shareholders every year for many years without interruption. Indeed, an annual dividend has been paid to shareholders every year since 2001. In order to better understand Veolia's distribution policy, we now propose that you discover the annual amount of this dividend. Over the last 10 years, as well as its evolution from year to year.

  • In 2022, Veolia's dividend was 1€ with an increase of 48.17%.
  • In 2021, Veolia's dividend was €0.65 with an increase of 34.98%.
  • In 2020, the Véolia dividend was €0.50 with a decrease of 45.65%.
  • In 2019, the Véolia dividend was €0.92 with an increase of 9.52%.
  • In 2018, Veolia's dividend was €0.84 with a 5% increase
  • In 2017, Veolia's dividend was €0.8 with an increase of 9.59%.
  • In 2016, Veolia's dividend was €0.73 with an increase of 4.29%.
  • In 2015, Veolia's dividend was €0.70 with an increase of 0%.
  • In 2014, Veolia's dividend was €0.70 with a 0% increase
  • In 2013, Veolia's dividend was €0.70 with a 0% increase

This history of the amount of Veolia's dividend shows us a rapid progression in the short term and a slow progression in the long term of its amount. Thus, in just one year, Veolia's dividend has gained 48.17% of its value. Over the last 5 years, its average annual progression has been 4.56%. Finally, over the last 10 years, Veolia's dividend has increased by an average of 3.63% per year.


What is the dividend yield of the Veolia share?

The profitability of the Veolia share should not be calculated solely on the basis of the amount of the dividend, but rather on the basis of the yield of this share, which is obtained by dividing the amount of the dividend by the share price at the time of issue.

The dividend yield paid by Veolia in 2022 is currently 4.25%.

It is also interesting to know the distribution rate of Veolia to its shareholders. This is currently 103.83%, which means that Veolia pays out more profit to its shareholders than it actually receives.


What is the dividend yield of the Veolia share over several years?

Over the past 10 years, Veolia Group has paid a dividend with an average yield of 4.14%, which is slightly below its 2022 yield. Here is its history:

  • In 2022, the dividend yield was 4.25%.
  • In 2021, the yield on this dividend was 2.66%.
  • In 2020, the dividend yield was 2.60%.
  • In 2019, the dividend yield was 4.42%.
  • In 2018, the dividend yield was 4.46%.
  • In 2017, the dividend yield was 4.53%.
  • In 2016, the dividend yield was 3.40%.
  • In 2015, the dividend yield was 3.58%.
  • In 2014, the dividend yield was 4.92%.
  • In 2013, the dividend yield was 6.59%.

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