4 ASX All Ords shares with ex-dividend dates this week

Time is running short to grab the dividend payouts from these four ASX All Ords stocks.

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If you're after some handy passive income there's still time to grab the upcoming dividends from these four ASX All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO) shares.

Though not much!

Here are four top ASX All Ords shares trading ex-dividend this week.

ASX All Ords shares paying passive income

First up we have diversified investment house Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Co Ltd (ASX: SOL).

Soul Patts reported its half-year results on 21 March.

Among the highlights, the ASX All Ords share achieved a 10% year on year increase in its portfolio, which reached $11.5 billion (pre-tax net asset value).

Net cash flow from investments was up 6.9% to $263. And while statutory profit of $303 million fell 33.2% year on year, management increased the fully franked interim dividend by 11.1% to 40 cents per share.

Remarkably, that marks 24 consecutive years the company has increased its dividend payouts.

Soul Patts trades ex-dividend tomorrow, on 17 April. So if you want to bank this passive income, you'll need to own shares by market close today.

The Soul Patts share price is up 7% over 12 months, currently at $34.07.

Atop the final dividend of 51 cents per share, paid on 12 December, Soul Patts trades on a fully franked trailing dividend yield of 2.7%.

Which brings us to the second ASX All Ords share trading ex-dividend this week, building materials company Boral Ltd (ASX: BLD).

Boral reported its half-year results on 9 February.

Highlights included a 9.4% year on year increase in revenue to $1.84 billion and a 143% increase in underlying net profit after tax to $139 million.

However, due to a lack of franking credits, the board opted not to pay an interim dividend.

So the payout we're looking at stems from the takeover offer from Seven Group Holdings Ltd (ASX: SVW). On 12 April Boral announced an improved offer from Seven that included a special dividend for shareholders.

This now sees Boral paying a fully franked interim dividend of 26 cents per share.

This passive income is also not going to last long. Boral stock trades ex-dividend tomorrow, so you'll need to own shares at market close today to grab that. This will be paid on 26 March.

The Boral share price is up 54% in 12 months at $6.01.

Also trading ex-dividend this week

Also trading ex-dividend this week is energy stock Horizon Oil Ltd (ASX: HZN).

The ASX All Ords share reported its half-year results on 27 February.

Revenue for the six months came in at US$66 million, down from US$76 million in the prior corresponding half year. Statutory profit after tax also slipped to US$18 million, down from $19 million.

Still, management declared an unfranked dividend of 1.5 cents per share.

Horizon Oil trades ex-dividend on Thursday, meaning you'll need to own shares at market close tomorrow to bank that payout.

The Horizon Oil share price is up 16% over 12 months at 19 cents.

Rounding off our list of stocks trading ex-dividend this week is discount retailer The Reject Shop Ltd (ASX: TRS).

The ASX All Ords share reported its half-year results on 2 February.

Highlights included a 2% year on year increase in sales to $458 million. Net profit after tax went the other way, falling 12.5% to $14 million.

Still, management declared a fully franked interim dividend of 10 cents per share.

The Reject Shop shares trade ex-dividend on Thursday. So you'll want to own shares at market close tomorrow to receive that passive income, which will be paid out on 3 May.

The Reject Shop share price is down 3% over 12 months at $4.43.

Motley Fool contributor Bernd Struben has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia's parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. has positions in and has recommended Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Company Limited. The Motley Fool Australia has positions in and has recommended Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Company Limited. 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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