Air Products & Chemicals Inc (APD)

Exchange: New York Stock Exchange

 
Price: 230.58 (Close)

Summary

 

52 Week range 200d Moving Avg. Beta
148.44 – 231.45 179.84 0.82
Dividend Dividend Yield Ex-Dividend date
4.46 1.93% 2019-06-28
P/E Ratio Latest EPS Latest EPS Date
29.90 6.79 2018-09-30
Dividend Aristocrat

Profile

Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. engages in the manufacture and distribution of atmospheric gases. It operates through the following segments: Industrial Gases-Americas; Industrial Gases-EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa); Industrial Gases-Asia; Industrial Gases-Global; and Corporate and Other. The Industrial Gases-America, EMEA and Asia segment markets and produces atmospheric gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, argon, and rare gases; process gases such as hydrogen, helium, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, syngas, and specialty gases; and equipment for the production and processing of gases such as air separation units and non-cryogenic generators. The Industrial Gases-Global segment comprises cryogenic and gas processing equipment for air separation. The Corporate and Other segment includes LNG equipment and helium storage and distribution sale of equipment businesses and corporate support functions. The company was founded by Leonard Parker Pool on September 30, 1940 and is headquartered in Allentown, PA.

 

Sector: Industry:
Process Industries Chemicals: Specialty

 

Air Products & Chemicals Inc (APD) Performance

The chart below displays the performance (%) of Air Products & Chemicals Inc for different periods:

 


Dividend Scorecard

Dividend Yield (TTM) Annual Payout Payout Ratio Dividend growth
1.93 4.46 65.68% 37 Years

Dividend Growth Rates History

Year Payout Amount Annual Payout Growth (YoY)
2019 1.160 -%
2018 4.400 15.8%
2017 3.800 14.8%
2016 3.311 4.1%
2015 3.179 11.6%
2014 2.849 8.5%
2013 2.627 10.9%
2012 2.368 10.3%
2011 2.146 18.4%
2010 1.813 8.9%
2009 1.665 2.3%
2008 1.628 15.8%
2007 1.406 11.8%
2006 1.258 6.3%
2005 1.184 16.3%

Air Products & Chemicals Inc (APD) Dividend Payment History