After closing at $1.43 on 30 June 2020, over the 12 months to 30 June 2021, Vicinity securities traded through a range of $1.24 to $1.725, ending the period at $1.545. More information on the history of Vicinity’s security price can be downloaded from the Security Price page.
Vicinity paid two distributions in relation to the 12 months to 30 June 2021 totalling 10.0 cents per security as follows:
Distribution (per security)
Return on investment
Return on investment, or total securityholder return, is estimated as the combination of security price movement from the opening security price, plus distributions (assumed to be reinvested), over the period, expressed as a percentage. For the 12 months to 30 June 2021, the calculation for Vicinity is 15.0%.
The above calculation is unlikely to reflect the actual transaction dates and prices of securityholders, nor does it take into account any brokerage or other costs that may have been incurred. Vicinity does not have access to the prices at which securityholders have executed their transactions and the related costs. Securityholders may calculate their return on investment by obtaining such information about their own transactions from their broker or financial adviser.
The following table outlines the historical total securityholder return performance of Vicinity compared to a number of benchmark indices2:
Total securityholder return(2) (%)
S&P/ASX 200 A-REIT Retail
2 Total securityholder return assumes the reinvestment of distributions. The calculations in this table may not match other measures of total securityholder return. Source: UBS.
3 Vicinity Centres traded as Federation Centres prior to 2 November 2015.
Information about Vicinity’s performance targets and achievement against those targets and other financial and operational performance metrics can be found in its Annual Report and other financial results disclosures which can be accessed in the Financial Results section of this website.