These 5 ASX listed ETFs go ex-dividend today

Here are 5 popular Australian listed ETFs that will go ex-dividend from today. Find out more about these funds and their dividend payments.

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A number of ASX listed exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are about to go ex-dividend today. These include popular Australian share market offerings from well-known providers Vaneck, BetaShares, Vanguard and Ishares.

We take a look at the list and what sort of cash their shareholders will be pocketing.

Which major ETFs are on the ex-dividend list today?

There are a total of 126 Australian listed ETFs going ex-dividend today. We will focus on 5 of the most popular ones that cover the broad Australian indexes.

Vaneck Vectors Australian Equal Weight ETF

The Vaneck Vectors Australian Equal Weight ETF (ASX: MVW) announced it will distribute a final dividend of 34 cents to shareholders on 23 July 2021, with shares going ex-dividend from 1 July.

The fund has posted a gain of around 6% year to date at the time of writing and has climbed almost 2% in the last month.

Shareholders will receive an annual dividend of 93 cents, and at the current share price of $32.77, the dividend yield is 2.84%.

The Australian Equal Weight ETF has a market capitalisation of $1.58 billion and trades at a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 127. The ETF has maintained each dividend payment to shareholders since July 2014.

Vanguard Australian Shares Index ETF

One of Australia's largest exchange-traded funds, with a market cap of $8.6 billion, the Vanguard Australian Shares Index ETF (ASX: VAS) will pay a final dividend of 55.6 cents per share on 16 July 2021, going ex-dividend from today.

The Australian Shares Index ETF has returned a little over 10% this year and is 1.37% in the green over the last month at the time of writing. However, the market price has dipped into the red 0.11% over the past 5 days.

The fund has an annual dividend payment of $1.98 per share, giving a dividend yield of 2.1% at the current share price of $93.30.

It has maintained consistency in its distribution schedule, having met each dividend payment to shareholders since July 2009.

Ishares Core S&P/ASX 200 ETF

The Ishares Core S&P/ASX 200 ETF (ASX: IOZ) is set to distribute a final dividend payment of 20.3 cents per share to shareholders on 13 July 2021, after going ex-dividend from 1 July.

With a market capitalisation of $4.1 billion, the fund's upcoming final payment will complete an annual dividend of 60.4 cents per share, with a dividend yield of 2.02% at the time of writing.

It is in the red from the previous 5 days trading, however is in the green 1.15% over the past month and is up 10.23% since 1 January.

The investment vehicle from asset management giant BlackRock has completed each dividend payment to shareholders since March 2011 and is currently trading at $29.85 at the time of writing.

BetaShares Australia 200 ETF

BetaShares' flagship product the BetaShares Australia 200 ETF (ASX: A200) will pay its final dividend to shareholders on 16 July 2021, with shares ex-dividend effective 1 July.

At the time of writing, the ETF is in the red 0.98% today and is also down 0.16% over the past 5 days. In the past month, the ETF price has gained 1.29% and has also climbed almost 11% since the start of this year.

The fund will pay shareholders a 56.54 cents per share dividend, lending to an annual dividend of $2.77 per share. At the current share price of $122.93, the dividend yield is 2.25%.

A relatively new investment vehicle, the Australia 200 ETF has made each dividend payment in whole since February 2018 and has posted a 12-month return of around 24%.

Vanguard MSCI Australian Large Companies Index ETF

The Vanguard MSCI Australian Large Companies Index ETF (ASX: VLC) also goes ex-dividend today and will return a dividend payment to shareholders on 16 July 2021.

Shareholders can expect to pocket 34.4 cents per share which gives an annual dividend yield of 2.48% at the current market price of $75.45.

The fund has been in existence since 2011, and has made good on each dividend payment since July 2011.

At the time of writing, the ETF has a market capitalisation of $136.2 million and has given a return just over 11% since the start of the year.

The Motley Fool Australia's parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Bruce Jackson.

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