ASX Share rice
Thu 13 May 2021 - 01:46:pm (Sydney)

AZJ Share Price

AURIZON HOLDINGS LIMITEDAZJTransportation

AZJ Company Information

Name:

Aurizon Holdings Limited

Sector:

Industrials

Industry:

Railroads

GIC Industry:

Road & Rail

GIC Sub Industry:

Railroads

Address:

900 Ann Street Fortitude Valley QLD Australia 4006

Phone:

61 7 3019 9000

Full Time Employees:

4840

MD, CEO & Director:

Mr. Andrew T. Harding

CFO & Group Exec. Strategy:

Mr. George Lippiatt

Group Exec. of Coal:

Mr. Ed McKeiver

Group Exec. of Technical Services & Planning:

Mr. Michael G. Carter BEng, BBus, MAICD, AFAIM

Head of Investor Relations & Group Treasurer:

Mr. Christopher L. Vagg

Head of Legal, Group Gen. Counsel & Company Sec.:

Mr. David Wenck

Mang. of Media & Communications:

Mark Hairsine

Group Exec. of Corp.:

Ms. Tina Thomas

Mang. of Market Intelligence & Sustainability:

James Coe

Company Sec.:

Mr. Dominic Dupont Smith

Company Overview:

Aurizon Holdings Limited, through its subsidiaries, operates as a rail freight operator in Australia. It operates through Network, Coal, Bulk, and Other segments. The company transports various commodities, including mining, agricultural, industrial, and retail products; and retail goods and groceries across small and big towns, and cities, as well as coal and iron ore. It also operates and manages the Central Queensland Coal Network that consists of 2,670 kilometers of track network; and provides various specialist services, such as rail design, engineering, construction, management, and maintenance, as well as supply chain solutions. In addition, the company transports bulk rail freight services for miners, primary producers, and the manufacturing industry. Further, it is involved in the general freight business. The company was formerly known as QR National Limited and changed its name to Aurizon Holdings Limited in December 2012. Aurizon Holdings Limited was incorporated in 2010 and is headquartered in Fortitude Valley, Australia.

AZJ Share Price Information

Shares Issued:

1.84B

Market Capitalisation:

$6.70B

Dividend per Share:

$0.281

Ex Dividend Date:

2021-03-01

Dividend Yield:

7.72%

Revenue (TTM):

$3.03B

Revenue Per Share (TTM):

$1.59

Earnings per Share:

$0.281

Profit Margin:

0.1774

Operating Margin (TTM):

$0.31

Return On Assets (TTM):

$0.06

Return On Equity (TTM):

$0.12

Quarterly Revenue Growth (YOY):

-0.02

Gross Profit(TTM):

$1.51B

Diluted Earnings Per Share (TTM):

$0.281

QuarterlyEarnings Growth(YOY):

-0.187

AZJ CashFlow Statement

CashFlow Date:

2020-06-30

Investments:

$-371,300,000

Change To Liabilities:

$-2,900,000

Total Cashflow From Investing Activities:

$-371,300,000

Net Borrowings:

$201.40M

Net Income:

$615.90M

Total Cash From Operating Activities:

$1.25B

Depreciation:

$530.80M

Other Cashflow From Investing Activities:

$400K

Dividends Paid:

$-513,800,000

Change To Inventory:

$-26,200,000

Change To Account Receivables:

$25.90M

Sale Purchase Of Stock:

$-400,000,000

Capital Expenditures:

$496.20M

AZJ Income Statement

Income Date:

2020-06-30

Income Before Tax:

$865.90M

Net Income:

$615.90M

Gross Profit:

$2.28B

Operating Income:

$1.01B

Other Operating Expenses:

$20.40M

Interest Expense:

$100K

Income Tax Expense:

$260.80M

Total Revenue:

$3.06B

Cost Of Revenue:

$779.20M

AZJ Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet Date:

2020-06-30

Intangible Assets:

$182.30M

Total Liabilities:

$5.41B

Total Stockholder Equity:

$4.36B

Other Current Liabilities:

$236.90M

Total Assets:

$9.77B

Common Stock:

$506.60M

Other Current Assets:

$72.30M

Retained Earnings:

$456M

Other Liabilities:

$821.40M

Good Will:

$5.20M

Other Assets:

$108.60M

Cash:

$29.30M

Total Current Liabilities:

$1.47B

Property - Plant & Equipment:

$8.54B

Net Tangible Assets:

$4.17B

Long-Term Investments:

$2.70M

Total Current Assets:

$715.30M

Long-Term Debt:

$2.95B

Net Receivables:

$467.90M

Short-Term Investments:

$9.06B

Inventory:

$145.80M

Accounts Payable:

$289M

Non Currrent Assets (Other):

$108.60M

Short-Term Investments:

$9.06

Non Current Liabilities (Other):

$151.90M

Non Current Liabilities Total:

$3.94B

AZJ Share Price History

AZJ News

01 May, 2021
Every investor in Aurizon Holdings Limited ( ASX:AZJ ) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups. Large...
05 Apr, 2021
We've lost count of how many times insiders have accumulated shares in a company that goes on to improve markedly. On...
24 Feb, 2021
Readers hoping to buy Aurizon Holdings Limited ( ASX:AZJ ) for its dividend will need to make their move shortly, as...
23 Feb, 2021
Aurizon Holdings (ASX:AZJ) has had a rough three months with its share price down 10%. However, stock prices are...
31 Jan, 2021
How far off is Aurizon Holdings Limited ( ASX:AZJ ) from its intrinsic value? Using the most recent financial data...
09 Jan, 2021
The simplest way to benefit from a rising market is to buy an index fund. But if you buy individual stocks, you can do...
14 Dec, 2020
To find a multi-bagger stock, what are the underlying trends we should look for in a business? Typically, we'll want to...
27 Oct, 2020
Even if it's not a huge purchase, we think it was good to see that Timothy Poole, the Independent Chairman of Aurizon...
15 Oct, 2020
Tony Harding has been the CEO of Aurizon Holdings Limited (ASX:AZJ) since 2016, and this article will examine the...
28 Sep, 2020
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Rio Tinto Group may choose to play it safe in its next choice of chief executive officer. With Jean-Sebastien Jacques heading for the exit after the destruction of a sacred Aboriginal site, Australian politicians are also piling on pressure for a local to be given the role. The mining giant should resist the temptation of an old-school solution.Jacques’s successor will certainly have to rebuild Rio’s credibility after the spectacular failure at Juukan Gorge. Repairing frayed community and government relations will be among the first tasks. It won’t be enough to pick a veteran technocrat for CEO, though, as miners did after the mistakes of the last boom. He or she won’t be able to repeat the trick that saw French-born J-S, as he is widely known, hand back billions to shareholders. The new boss will have to show Rio understands the iron ore business, which accounts for more than 90% of earnings and where prices are softening. Longer-term reconstruction will also involve resolving large, troublesome projects in Guinea and Mongolia, and positioning the company for greener growth. A steady hand on the tiller, while necessary, won’t be sufficient.Jacques, who took the top job in 2016 at 44, did plenty of things right. Rio has distributed $38 billion in cash returns since that year, including 2020’s interim dividend, and the shares have doubled. He extricated Rio from the Freeport-McMoRan Inc.-operated Grasberg mine in Indonesia. And he sold out of coal at a laudable price, well before peers began to rush for the door — even if the environmental, social and governance halo that came with both of those departures didn’t last.The outgoing CEO has also left plenty of problems for his replacement, well beyond the public relations disaster in Western Australia. A unit he set up to invest in green-economy materials has yet to make its mark. Mongolia, where Jacques’s role in settling a previous dispute was key to his elevation, remains a technical, financial and political  headache. The future of the giant Simandou iron ore mine in Guinea is also unclear. Least defensible of all, he stopped short of putting the miner on a decisively carbon-light track, failing to set targets for lower emissions beyond the company’s own operations.To make matters worse, his premature departure could hardly have been messier. As a result, a tainted CEO remains in place temporarily, while the chairman and board who will pick his replacement are badly sullied, too. They underestimated the problem and initially backed the forceful Jacques. They also failed to adequately prepare for his succession.Yet while the Anglo-Australian miner has suffered a reputational hit, its core operation is still producing impressive margins. It’s an enviable position that gives the company room to do more than bask in the iron ore price, even if investors are wary of radical moves — its shares rose after Jacques’s departure, on relief that big investments are off the table for now.One option to signal  willingness to change is to pick an outsider, preferably one with operational expertise to appease investors, but also enough familiarity with Rio to grapple with the culture and its problems.  That could be rail freight operator Aurizon Holdings Ltd.’s Andrew Harding, a former Rio iron ore boss passed over for the top job in 2016, if his Pilbara record holds up after Juukan Gorge. Otherwise, gold miner Newmont Corp.’s Tom Palmer, who previously worked in iron ore, or Newcrest Mining Ltd.’s Sandeep Biswas. Better yet, Rio could pick a female leader. Worthy candidates include Zoe Yujnovich, a one-time boss of Rio’s Canadian iron ore venture, before she left for Royal Dutch Shell Plc in 2014.Outsiders can be slow to bring on board, though, and Rio cannot afford to wait six or 12 months. Insiders, then, come into view.The new chief will have to rebuild bridges. Besides Western Australia, this matters in Mongolia, where Rio is in arbitration over tax payments. In Guinea, there is an election on the horizon. That may point to Mongolian-born Bold Baatar, who has been involved with the Oyu Tolgoi operation and is now in charge of Simandou, as part of energy and minerals. Former bankers make deal-wary shareholders uneasy, though. That suggests instead aluminum boss Alf Barrios, who has led a turnaround and proved he can tune in to clients’ green demands. China, a key consumer of Rio’s iron ore and other metals, has just promised to be carbon neutral by 2060, a warning worth heeding. Change isn’t easy, as BP Plc has shown. Adapting to the zero-emissions reality will be less dramatic for Rio, but no less necessary.One person can’t fix all these things, of course. A final step will be to refresh Rio’s underwhelming board, particularly with ESG and community relations experience, given mining in the Pilbara won’t be the same in the next decade and beyond.  There’s room here for that extra Australian voice that Canberra is demanding, perhaps in the chairman’s spot. Jacques’s abrupt departure has offered the world’s second-largest miner a chance to course-correct. Rio would be foolish not to take it. This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Clara Ferreira Marques is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering commodities and environmental, social and governance issues. Previously, she was an associate editor for Reuters Breakingviews, and editor and correspondent for Reuters in Singapore, India, the U.K., Italy and Russia.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
22 Sep, 2020
Whilst it may not be a huge deal, we thought it was good to see that the Aurizon Holdings Limited (ASX:AZJ...
11 Sep, 2020
With its stock down 6.9% over the past three months, it is easy to disregard Aurizon Holdings (ASX:AZJ). However...
19 Aug, 2020
Aurizon Holdings Limited (ASX:AZJ) is about to trade ex-dividend in the next four days. Ex-dividend means that...
05 Jul, 2020
In this article we are going to estimate the intrinsic value of Aurizon Holdings Limited (ASX:AZJ) by estimating the...
21 May, 2020
Today we are going to look at Aurizon Holdings Limited (ASX:AZJ) to see whether it might be an attractive investment...

AZJ Dividend Payments

EX-Date Dividend Amount
2011-09-02$0.0370
2012-02-24$0.0370
2012-09-03$0.0460
2013-03-04$0.0287
2013-09-02$0.0738
2014-02-27$0.0640
2014-08-29$0.0850
2015-02-27$0.1010
2015-08-28$0.0417
2016-02-26$0.0791
2016-08-29$0.0931
2017-02-27$0.0408
2017-08-28$0.0445
2018-02-26$0.0700
2018-08-27$0.0786
2019-02-25$0.0342
2019-08-26$0.0868
2020-02-24$0.0959
2020-08-24$0.0959
2021-03-01$0.1008

AZJ Dividends (last 11 Years)