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|Results obviously going down well. Hopefully we can consolidate above 400p and move on.|
its the oxman
|If I can break even with A&L I'll be more than happy - have bought BNC all the way down. Getting there slowly but surely|
|Haven't bothered looking at this bb for 2 yrs . At this rate the share price will be back to my purchase price in a couple of yrs. Glad I didn't buy many!|
|398p reasons for rapid rise anyone?|
its the oxman
|Are we heading back to 400p. Would be nice.|
its the oxman
|Oldish news about the stress tests, but might as well keep it in view:
|It's not just the cash which will be withdrawn which should worry shareholders, it's the silly trashing of the 123 brand which BNC have spend tens of millions nurturing which will simply be trashed.
2% would be just acceptable bearing in mind the falling rates and the account fee, 1.5% is a very easy decision to switch elsewhere. It's not as if it makes sense to lower the balance and see how things pan out, the monthly fee makes it an all or nothing decision.
On the brighter side, the account can be used to get a couple of hundred quid switching bonus to other current accounts (which may pay a bit less than 1.5%, but with no monthly fee.).|
|Paying 5 quid per month to get 1.5% is just madness. Oh well, that's 40 grand of mine which will be withdrawn from here late Oct.|
|123 Account interest rate to halve effective 1st Nov 2016|
|FT comment on results:
Forex swings hit Santander profits
Still just ahead of analyst forecasts and manages a slight increase in dividend.|
|Banco Santander ?s board of directors has announced its intention to distribute a EUR 0.21 dividend against the 2016 fiscal year, which would mean an increase of 5% of the dividend per share over 2015. Of this amount, EUR 16.5 cents would be paid in cash, 10% more than the prior year, and EUR 4.5 cents in cash or shares, depending on each shareholder's preference. Next August 1, the first dividend charged to 2016 results will be paid and it will be EUR 5.5 cents per share in cash, 10% more than the same period last year.|
|"- We continue to deliver on our commitments and reaffirm guidance of an increase in earnings and total dividend per share in 2016, despite worse than expected economic conditions.- We are improving the quality of our balance sheet (NPLs fell), solvency (core capital improved 9 bps, to 10.36%), and profitability (RoTE reached 11.1%). Customer loans and deposits grew by 4% and digital clients reached 19.1 million (+23%).- Our business in Brazil continues to perform even better than expected, delivering 6% growth in net profit in local currency.- We are investing in our people and improving digital and branch?based personal services for all our customers."Ana Boti?n, Group executive chairman of Banco Santander|
|Santander delivers profit of EUR 2.911 billion and reaffirms objective of increasing cash dividend per share by 10%and total dividend per share by 5% in 2016|
|It is well diversified across Europe and the Americas, but I think leave win will affect horribly banks today. 9% down I reckon. Bear times. Recession looming.|
|Remain I would say because the strength of British Banking can only aid the PIGS of the EU. Britain out means less heavyweights to support the lightweights of the EU Banking fraturnity|
|will this company share price be better for GB to REMAIN or OUT ??|
|I don't know the rights and wrongs or who did what, in Brazil, but when I recently purchase some more BNC it was on the basis that things would sometime surely, eventually start to get better in that country.
|Dilma Rousseff out then share price up. Welcoming and interesting!|
|which enables shareholders to choose between cash or shares.
But only if your broker allows that choice...|
|there is this page with updated info
I did some filing yesterday and found out that a cash dividend was paid into my ISA in February. So I think I get 3 cash dividends and 1 share(DRIP) per year|
I think you need to contact the Company for a ruling. I think they have different rules for nominee shareholders. I believe because I elected DRIP I still get a few shares rather than cash. I should know more this month because it is a dividend payment month|
|What is their dividend policy now? I cannot find any info.
I though they were paying 5cent every quarter, but by now the last ex-div was in October...|
|I'm looking to put my nob on the table for a risk/reward ratio marked at £1.95|