Here are 5 ASX shares trading ex-dividend this week

These shares will be cutting off new investors from an upcoming dividend this week.

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Love ASX dividend shares? Well then, you’ll probably be familiar with the ex-dividend date that comes along with them. When a share goes ex-dividend on the ASX boards, it’s one of the most love-to-hate occasions for investors. While it’s never fun seeing the value of a share fall, most investors find all is forgiven when the cash finally hits their bank account. 

So here are 5 ASX dividend shares that are scheduled to trade ex-dividend this week.

5 ASX dividend shares going ex-dividend this week

Clover Corporation Limited (ASX: CLV)

Nutrition company Clover is going ex-dividend this week. Today, as it turns out. Clover is set to pay out its final half a cent-per-share dividend, fully franked, on 16 November. At the last Clover Corp share price of $1.58, this company has a dividend yield of 0.63%.

New Hope Corporation Limited (ASX: NHC)

Coal miner New Hope is also scheduled to trade ex-div today. New Hope will be sending a final dividend payment of 7 cents per share, also fully franked, on 9 November. At New Hope’s last share price of $2.35, this miner has a dividend yield of 4.68%.

Jupiter Mines Ltd (ASX: JMS)

Iron ore miner Jupiter is next up, also trading ex-dividend this Monday. Jupiter Mines will be lining investors’ pockets with its interim dividend of half a cent per share, unfranked, on 9 November. At this company’s last share price of 24 cents, Jupiter Mines has a meaty dividend yield of 10%.

Bank of Queensland Limited (ASX: BOQ)

This ASX bank is next up on this week’s ex-dividend list. This bank might not be a member of the famous big four, but will still treat investors to a fully-franked final dividend of 22 cents per share on 18 November after it goes ex-div on Thursday. At Bank of Queensland’s latest pricing, the bank has a dividend yield of 4.29%.

Autosports Group Ltd (ASX: ASG)

Our final ASX share on this list going ex-dividend this week is the car dealership company Autosports. Autosports is going ex-dividend on Friday this week. It will be doling out its final dividend on 15 November, which will be worth 7 cents per share, fully franked. At Autosports’ last share price, this company has a dividend yield of 3.8%.

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