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Woolworths Limited Or Wesfarmers Limited: Which Can Give A Better Long-Term Return?LN Investors • Wed, Oct. 1
- Both companies are market stalwarts in Australian retailing.
- Together they control a large part of their markets.
- With three performance metrics and three dividend related comparisons, we can see which has the advantage and may generate a better total shareholder return.
A Proxy For The Australian Economy With A 4.6% Yield
- Wesfarmers represents 6% of Australia's $1 trillion (AUD) economy.
- 87.6% of its revenues and 80% of its earnings come from retailing.
- Wesfarmers is expected to pay a special dividend of $1 (AUD) after the next shareholder meeting (scheduled for November 20, 2014).
- Why shareholders should expect big dividends for Wesfarmers.
- Deal worth $1 billion with US firm Arthur J Gallagher.
- Regulatory approval still needed to OK the deal.
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