Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alliance & Leicester LSE:AL. London Ordinary Share GB0000386143 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 234.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks - - - - 985.05

Alliance & Leicester Share Discussion Threads

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12/7/2010
20:35
http://www.drjudywood.com exposes the lies of 911 by using basic physics and common sense
thecrownsucks
01/12/2009
19:26
Might visit and AL. branch and have a chat with an Financial Advisor. Now which branch shall I visit???
cockney sparrow
27/11/2008
19:48
No-one fancy a weekend in Bombay? don't blame you . If! the West can't handle its current markets crisis there will be no cash to hold back the goths ( ie, the Al-K , the Taliban .) so the Bank bosses better remember this: they were playing dice with our principles and our ability to hold back the people who can do big damage. You were playing bingo with the money to put a soldier in the field out there. OK Gordon's Alastair can print more, but we know its not gonna deliver the same hardware etc. At least I will have the personal satisfaction of confronting my local Al-K representative with a sharpened hill walking stave in the eye if he ever comes near here. Off I go, then. Lastly I am sorry but all these banking bosses - should be stuck in front of a grand jury for grand larceny. Also local bank managers should have to deliver cash to small businesses personally, in wheelbarrows. In bare feet. Well its better than street gallows . Thats for a later post I hope I never have to post. Sorry, if this post reached you thanks to my 4th glass of plonk. I very rarely do this. No appols. H.
hectorp
28/10/2008
01:00
jenny do you still have that short open on bnc?
tricky1992000
27/10/2008
23:31
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tN9EC3Gy6Nk Stand up and salute as the markets fall.
jennyj
15/10/2008
15:03
My Barclays portfolio is now showing both the BNC and the AL. shares.
gbb483
14/10/2008
14:05
Many thanks Acamas. That sounds pretty reasonable - let's hope we haven't been completely stitched up!
sea and sky
14/10/2008
12:10
Sea and Sky, As BNC shares are quoted on the LSE and in Madrid I believe they qualify to be held in an Self Select Shares ISA. Spain was accepted by our IR in 1971. I am also in a similar position to yourself with Barclays. I expect Barclays to eventually credit me with one third BNC share holding
acamas
14/10/2008
11:49
would anyone know if you held AL. shares in an ISA what will happen? Can you hold Santander shares in a UK ISA? Many thanks - apols if this has already ben covered. Barclays are too busy jumping out of windows to man the phones at the moment....
sea and sky
10/10/2008
15:06
Funny thing is a lot of the shorters on the banking stocks are now the banks themselves, how ironic is that??? G
gerryl
06/10/2008
20:20
On Friday, A&L will be acquired by Banco Santander, the Spanish bank that already owns Abbey and is buying B&B's savings business and branches. Then, A&L's 500,000-plus shareholders will receive one Santander share for every three A&L shares. This is a good deal based on Friday's close: A&L shares were at 304p and Santander at €15.65 (£12.19). Under Spanish law, dividends will be taxed at 18%. British basic-rate taxpayers can apply for a 3% refund through a Spanish tax representative or "gestoria". They would pay 15%, compared with the 10% they usually pay. Higher-rate taxpayers are charged 32.5% on dividends and would have to pay the difference of 14.5% to HM Revenue & Customs. "The allure of joining the share register of what may be seen one of Europe's up-and-coming financial institutions may be strong, but some will not want to inherit the awkward tax situation that comes with owning part of a Spanish-registered business," said Hugo Shaw at the broker Bestinvest. Note: I read somewhere that the new BNC shares will be listed on the LSE when the conversion takes place
evox
05/10/2008
15:55
Thanx Selbourne edge.Did you see the Sunday times article? It stated quiet clearly that Santander shares were 15eu and they worked that out to be £12.00. I was ready to invest my life savings ! Through advfn I only found Santander on the NYSE.
debbiegee
05/10/2008
15:31
I think that the Symbol for Santander is 'BNC' and the share price currently stands at 908.5 p. I purchased a small number of AL. shares last week and I am fairly sure that they will be converted into Santander shares in due course.
selborne_edge
05/10/2008
14:43
Hi guys could you please tell me if Im correct in thinking that I can still buy AL. shares and recieve 1 santander for every 3 AL.? Could somebody give me the ticker code [with prefix for advfn monitor] for Santander please. Thanx in advance
debbiegee
02/10/2008
11:04
or if there is a financial market left to deal in?
stucom
02/10/2008
10:53
Monday 6 October Expected A&L interim dividend Payment date Tuesday 7 October Court hearing to sanction Scheme Thursday 9 October Court hearing to confirm the reduction of capital Friday 10 October Last day for dealings in A&L Shares * Friday 10 October Effective Date - New Banco Santander Shares to be issued * Tuesday 14 October Dealings in New Banco Santander Shares on the market of Bolsas de Valores expected to commence. Admission to listing of the New Banco Santander Shares on the London Stock Exchange expected to occur. * Friday 31 October Record date for Banco Santander third Quarter Interim Dividend Thursday 13 November UK holders of Banco Santander Shares sent cheques for third quarter dividend * * These dates are indicative only. They will depend, amongst other things, on the dates upon which the Court actually approves the Scheme and/or confirms the associated reduction in capita
evox
30/9/2008
12:32
'The process by which banks create money is so simple that the mind is repelled' John Kenneth Galbraith - Economist http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=18133741
gsands
29/9/2008
20:09
Santander have made an absolute killing from AL and B+B, millions of new desposit customers and all backed by the Bank of England should they withdraw, its almost a spanish invasion. I imagine when the dust settles and the investors reflect, the winners from this crisis will be clear to see, but its going to take a few months.
mart_read
29/9/2008
10:56
Q..........with savers looking at 'safe havens' (northern rock seen as a safe haven now!)with the present £35k 'protection' on accounts,is AL covered by this rule,or not,as they are owned by a foreign comp,santander?
stucom
29/9/2008
10:48
Tell you what girls, you lot had luck when Santander bought AL., or you'd be next
little beaker
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