August 2, 2010, 5:00 am

TSX 60 Returns and Ex-Dividend Date

by: The Financial Blogger    Category: Canadian Dividend Stocks,Investment, Market and Risk
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As usual, here’s the TSX 60 returns for the last month along with the ex-dividend date and dividend yields. I’ll be sending my newsletter on the stock market and economy this week!

Cheers,

TickerNamePriceDividend YieldReturn MTDPayout RatioBDVD_NEXT_EST_EX_DT
YLO-UYellow Pages Income Fund5.6414.19-4.27231.038/27/2010
ERF-UEnerplus Resources Fund23.589.163.82413.178/6/2010
PWT-UPenn West Energy Trust19.949.03-1.05N/A8/27/2010
COS-UCanadian Oil Sands Trust26.967.42-0.11100.698/19/2010
AET-UARC Energy Trust19.936.021.5133.988/27/2010
TATransAlta Corp20.845.575.68129.838/30/2010
BCEBCE Inc31.455.531.2674.189/9/2010
SLFSun Life Financial Inc28.924.983.43146.598/23/2010
CMCanadian Imperial Bank of Commerce/Canada70.64.936.74131.239/24/2010
TTELUS Corp40.684.921.2760.229/8/2010
HSEHusky Energy Inc25.264.750.0872.038/18/2010
BMOBank of Montreal62.874.4510.191.7811/3/2010
TRPTransCanada Corp36.334.42.0273.879/28/2010
SJR/BShaw Communications Inc20.184.365.6565.748/11/2010
POWPower Corp of Canada/Canada26.74.344.6680.799/7/2010
NANational Bank of Canada58.994.28.3450.069/21/2010
FTSFortis Inc/Canada29.253.837.6250.768/4/2010
BNSBank of Nova Scotia51.593.86.2459.2110/1/2010
RYRoyal Bank of Canada53.723.726.9877.7710/22/2010
RCI/BRogers Communications Inc35.753.582.7948.789/7/2010
ENBEnbridge Inc50.043.40.9335.698/11/2010
TDToronto-Dominion Bank/The73.163.34770.2710/1/2010
MFCManulife Financial Corp16.343.185.7693.228/13/2010
TRIThomson Reuters Corp38.443.120.89113.198/17/2010
CVECenovus Energy Inc28.952.765.6623.39/13/2010
ECAEncana Corp31.432.63-2.5157.439/13/2010
SCShoppers Drug Mart Corp35.072.576.5331.969/28/2010
BBD/BBombardier Inc4.662.15-3.223.1910/13/2010
BAM/ABrookfield Asset Management Inc25.782.097.6672.5110/27/2010
LLoblaw Cos Ltd43.651.9213.0535.219/13/2010
SAPSaputo Inc31.411.853.831.099/2/2010
WNGeorge Weston Ltd78.511.837.83221.439/13/2010
BVFBiovail Corp22.451.779.4657.848/30/2010
CPCanadian Pacific Railway Ltd61.391.767.5927.199/22/2010
CNRCanadian National Railway Co64.671.67625.579/7/2010
FMFirst Quantum Minerals Ltd64.421.5920.31.258/25/2010
MRU/AMetro Inc43.941.555.0916.738/18/2010
THITim Hortons Inc35.081.482.9324.368/16/2010
CTC/ACanadian Tire Corp Ltd57.181.477.9820.4810/27/2010
SNCSNC-Lavalin Group Inc46.471.469.0625.228/18/2010
TLMTalisman Energy Inc17.551.429.01N/A12/8/2010
ABXBarrick Gold Corp42.261.18-12.54N/A8/27/2010
SUSuncor Energy Inc33.891.188.1734.999/1/2010
TCK/BTeck Resources Ltd36.191.1114.96012/15/2010
IMOImperial Oil Ltd40.221.093.7121.539/1/2010
CCOCameco Corp26.181.0715.6413.149/28/2010
MG/AMagna International Inc76.530.999.13N/A8/25/2010
NXYNexen Inc21.350.941.9619.49/8/2010
CNQCanadian Natural Resources Ltd35.40.850.214.439/8/2010
YRIYamana Gold Inc9.670.64-11.4513.779/28/2010
KKinross Gold Corp16.870.6-7.3120.149/21/2010
GGoldcorp Inc40.30.46-13.5154.838/17/2010
IMNInmet Mining Corp50.250.419.223.8811/26/2010
IMGIAMGOLD Corp16.210.39-13.6419.3912/20/2010
POTPotash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc107.610.3817.4911.9510/15/2010
AEMAgnico-Eagle Mines Ltd57.430.32-11.0732.263/8/2011
ELDEldorado Gold Corp16.70.3-12.470#N/A N/A
AGUAgrium Inc64.70.1824.424.6412/29/2010
GILGildan Activewear Inc31.6303.430#N/A N/A
RIMResearch In Motion Ltd59.15013.030#N/A N/A

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Comments

Wow, Yellow Pages has a 230% payout ratio? Starting to see why it’s not an “obvious buy”. I’m a bit surprised to see that all of the paying companies are paying out more than they make.. kind of strange no?

Love the table, again 🙂

by: FinancialFreedon | August 11th, 2010 (9:17 am)

Is there any negative impact of just jumping in and out of dividend stock just in time to get the dividend? So only short term investing just to get the dividend income? Not worth it for small investment but lets say you bought $50k in stock each time?

by: The Financial Blogger | August 11th, 2010 (10:44 am)

@Financial Freedon,

The price fluctuation after the dividend distribution will probably cancel any profit generated by the dividend. I don’t think it’s a good move 😉