3 ASX 200 shares trading ex-dividend today

These ASX 200 shares are ex-dividend on Monday.

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Key points

  • Incitec Pivot is set to pay a fully-franked interim dividend of 10 cents per share on 5 July 
  • Champion Iron will be rewarding eligible shareholders with an unfranked final dividend of C$0.10 (A$0.11) per share on 28 June
  • Finally, ALS will be paying a 17-cent partially-franked dividend on 4 July

A number of popular ASX 200 shares are falling today despite no news coming from the companies.

As we move through the month of June, we'll see a number of ASX shares trading ex-dividend.

The ex-dividend date is when investors must have purchased a company's shares beforehand to be eligible for its upcoming dividend. If an investor buys the shares on or after this date, the dividend will go to the seller.

Below, we take a look at the list of shares that are trading ex-dividend today.

Incitec Pivot Ltd (ASX: IPL) shares are down 2.71% to $3.59 after trading ex-dividend today.

The fertiliser and commercial explosives manufacturer recorded a robust half-year result last month.

As such, the board declared a fully-franked interim dividend of 10 cents per share. This will be paid to eligible shareholders on 5 July.

Champion Iron Ltd (ASX: CIA) shares are also going ex-dividend on Monday, hovering 2.42% lower to $7.65.

The Canadian miner released its full-year results in late May, delivering solid revenue and earnings growth.

The board announced an unfranked final dividend of C$0.10 (A$0.11) per share. But you will have to wait until 28 June for your payout if eligible.

ALS Ltd (ASX: ALQ) shares are also trading without the rights to the company's partially-franked final dividend.

At the time of writing, the company's share price is $12.59, down 1.64%.

The testing services company dropped its full-year results on 25 May, with the board declaring a 17 cent per share dividend.

Shareholders will be paid this dividend on 4 July.

Motley Fool contributor Aaron Teboneras has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. 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 Scott Phillips.

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