WEB

Webjet (WEB)

Stock Code

WEB

Stock Exchange

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Webjet (WEB) is a licensed travel agent and a member of the Travel Compensation Fund, which provides internet-based flight and travel booking services. Webjet is an independent company operating under a marketing and distribution agreement with Qantas and is not otherwise affiliated with Qantas Group. The Company has three wholly owned subsidiaries, Webjet Marketing Pty. Ltd., Webjet Operations Pty. Ltd and Planitonearth Pty Ltd.

The Sharemarket Boardroom Schedule For Next Wednesday


There are 12 companies that will hold their general meeting on October 19, 2011.

EGM/AGM: TMX, GRM, WEB, LGD, CSL, ICS, CDA, CCU, TSE, DTM, MKB, CIN

Share Market Diary for Next Monday


After meager numbers this week, dividends are back up with 15 stocks going on ex-dividend on September 19, 2011. Additionally two companies will hold their extraordinary general meeting.

Dividends

Profit Reporting Season


Telstra

Telstra (ASX:TLS) annual profit fell 17 percent with net profit at $3.231 billion for the year to June 30, down from $3.883 billion last period. Revenue added 0.7 percent to $25.09 billion while earnings were down 6.4 percent to $10.15 billion from $10.85 billion last year. The company declared a fully-franked final dividend of 14 cents, with full year payout at 28 cents.

Webjet

Webjet Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 13:41

Read up on the dividend history for WEBJET LIMITED. Dividends are a payment declared by a company's board of directors and given to its shareholders from the company's current or retained earnings. Dividends are usually released as cash (cash dividend). Dividends provide an incentive to own shares in the company. Companies are not required to pay dividends. You are eligible to receive WEB dividends if you own the WEBJET LIMITED shares on the ex-dividend date.

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