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%.

Motley Fool contributor Sebastian Bowen has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia's parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. owns shares of and has recommended Clover Corporation Limited. 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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