National Grid Dividend Yield, History & Payout Ratio

-0.03 (-0.05 %)
(As of 08/4/2021 01:37 PM ET)
Today's Range
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Volume7,167 shs
Average Volume302,839 shs
Market Capitalization$46.04 billion
P/E Ratio18.27
Dividend Yield6.99%

National Grid (NYSE:NGG) Dividend Information

National Grid pays an annual dividend of $4.52 per share, with a dividend yield of 6.97%. NGG's next semi annually dividend payment will be made to shareholders of record on Wednesday, August 18. The company has grown its dividend for the last 1 consecutive years and is increasing its dividend by an average of 2.59% each year. National Grid pays out 127.32% of its earnings out as a dividend.
NGG Dividend Date8/18/2021
NGG Annual Dividend$4.52
NGG Dividend Yield6.97%
NGG Three Year Dividend Growth7.97%
NGG Payout Ratio127.32% (Trailing 12 Months of Earnings)
113.85% (Based on This Year's Estimates)
68.29% (Based on Cash Flow)
NGG Dividend Track Record1 Years of Consecutive Dividend Growth
NGG Dividend FrequencySemi Annually Dividend
NGG Most Recent Increase$1.1527 increase on 5/20/2021

Dividend Payments by Month (or Quarter)

National Grid (NYSE:NGG) Dividend History by Quarter

AnnouncedPeriodAmountYieldEx-Dividend DateRecord DatePayable Date
(Data available from 1/1/2013 forward)
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National Grid (NYSE:NGG) Dividend Frequently Asked Questions

What is National Grid's dividend yield?

The current dividend yield for National Grid (NYSE:NGG) is 6.97%. Learn more on NGG's dividend yield history

How much is National Grid's annual dividend?

The annual dividend for National Grid (NYSE:NGG) is $4.52. Learn more on NGG's dividend details

How often does National Grid pay dividends?

National Grid (NYSE:NGG) pays semi annually dividends to shareholders.

When is National Grid's next dividend payment?

National Grid's next semi annually dividend payment of $2.2812 per share will be made to shareholders on Wednesday, August 18, 2021.

When was National Grid's most recent dividend payment?

National Grid's most recent semi annually dividend payment of $1.1285 per share was made to shareholders on Wednesday, January 13, 2021.

Is National Grid's dividend growing?

Over the past three years, National Grid's dividend has grown by 7.97%.

What track record does National Grid have of raising its dividend?

National Grid (NYSE:NGG) has increased its dividend for 1 year.

When did National Grid last increase or decrease its dividend?

The most recent change in National Grid's dividend was an increase of $1.1527 on Thursday, May 20, 2021.

What is National Grid's dividend payout ratio?

The dividend payout ratio for NGG is:
  • 127.32% based on the trailing year of earnings
  • 113.85% based on this year's estimates
  • 68.29% based on cash flow
This page was last updated on 8/4/2021 by Staff
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