Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Banco Santander S.a. LSE:BNC London Ordinary Share ES0113900J37 ORD EUR0.50 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 241.20 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
236.00 236.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,857.83 10,614.37 30.63 7.7 25,419
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 241.20 GBX

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Banco Santander Daily Update: Banco Santander S.a. is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BNC. The last closing price for Banco Santander was 241.20p.
Banco Santander S.a. has a 4 week average price of 220.70p and a 12 week average price of 220.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 293p while the 1 year low share price is currently 205.60p.
There are currently 10,538,680,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 270,716 shares. The market capitalisation of Banco Santander S.a. is £25,419,296,160.
crazi: Well the buyback programme brought absolutely ZERO benefit to shareholders as the share price is lower now than before it started. Excellent results. Dividend re-instated. Why the price is so low at 260ish... Inflation making the markets nervous of banks but ultimately the additional incomes from rising interest rates will outperform any additional defaults... imho
crazi: I don't believe the "possibility" of some bad debts will outweigh the interest rate rises now and coming. Such huge falls are manually manipulated. This is over and above share prices already low due to Russia. It's just rigged. You're being ripped off. If buybacks are not used to increase the share price as less shares in issue then don't bother. Cancel the buyback and hand the cash to shareholders. It's shareholders monies at the end of the day. Averaging down is not a good strategy... Luckily I sold most of my holdings last week for a profit. I bought yesterday at 264 and 261.5 but have sold and taken the loss at 259.9 Won't buy again until the Brokers stop "weighting" the sell side of the order book. Banks don't drop 10% to 15% when interest rates are rising. Insider manipulation all the way... Short attacks supported by Order book Weighting from the Buybacks (Brokers profiting). You can't win - just walk away...
crazi: So you think share buybacks should be used to drag the share price in to the ground so they can buyback a few extra and leave shareholders at least 10% down? Then just pay out the cash instead because I don't want to lose 10% to get a small Dividend... Buybacks just don't bring value for shareholders. They should but they don't because the Brokers doing the buybacks use the huge funds to manipulate the price lower so they make a bigger profit. Then shareholders have to wait 6 months for the share price to maybe recover... No thanks. We are being robbed with our own dividend monies... No point being a shareholder if you just get mugged every time... 255 now and falling or I should say "being manipulated lower"... "weighting the order book".
crazi: Share price back down to the 250's... So the Share Buyback scheme creating great value for Shareholders. Since it started the price has fallen from 278 to 258... I think perhaps it's time to vote against share Buybacks and just take the cash in dividends instead! It's obvious that the Company has no intention to ensure Shareholders benefit from the 20% shareholder dividend put aside to buy these shares... If the CEO has no concern over the pathetic share price then perhaps it's time for a new CEO as well!
crazi: Half way through the days trading and the Spanish trading is only at 18% of Average daily volume. Brokers are making less money as the share price drops and as Santander can only buy back 25% of daily volume it will get harder and harder for them to meet Buyback targets. Virgin, HSBC, Metro, FTSE, DOW all turned blue now. So there's no panic. Just profit taking over the past few days. Brokers will make more commission with the price rising than currently. Time for Santander to start putting Shareholders Dividends to positive use and get buying hard and push that price up and the daily volumes...
crazi: Let's hope not. I reckon it's mainly general profit taking from all the banks after the recent recoveries. Then some Buyback hokey pokery. I'm hoping with the AGM next week that they might want the share price to rise so the CEO doesn't get flack at the meeting. My average is higher as well. 267 but I won't sell at that price. Looking for a good profit here so they can have mine in the 290 to 300 region... In the meantime I buy and sell some here and there for trading.
crazi: So they are buying and yet the share price has constantly fallen for days. Lets hope these guys start using shareholder monies to start SUPPORTING the share price... Date Security Transaction Trading Number of shares Weighted Venue Average Price (EUR) 15 /03/2022 SAN.MC Purchase XMAD 5,500,000 2.9639 --------- ------------ -------- ----------------- --------------- 16 /03/2022 SAN.MC Purchase XMAD 7,000,000 3.1200 --------- ------------ -------- ----------------- --------------- 17 / 03 /2022 SAN.MC Purchase XMAD 5,300,000 3.1260 --------- ------------ -------- ----------------- --------------- 18 /03/2022 SAN.MC Purchase XMAD 5,400,000 3.1093 --------- ------------ -------- ----------------- --------------- 21 /03/2022 SAN.MC Purchase XMAD 4,000,000 3.1360 --------- ------------ -------- ----------------- --------------- 22 /03/2022 SAN.MC Purchase XMAD 3,500,000 3.1746 --------- ------------ -------- ----------------- --------------- 23 /03/2022 SAN.MC Purchase XMAD 5,500,000 3.1405 --------- ------------ -------- ----------------- --------------- TOTAL 36,200,000 --------- ------------ -------- ----------------- ---------------
crazi: Hoping for some positive comments from todays negotiations = rally FED interest rate hike Wednesday = rally BOE interest rate hike Thursday = rally Here's hoping for a good week ahead and getting this share price back to at least around 290 (belongs over 300). Plus when is this share buyback scheme going to start?! EUR850 Million to buyback shares on a low volume stock! BoD asleep at the wheel as they could be buying up all this cheap stock for the benefit of the company and shareholders...
crazi: So tomorrow 23/2 we have Barclays end years results expected to be excellent. Also Metro Bnak expected to be on target. Then 24/2 we have Lloyds end years results expected to be excellent. Hopefully both boost banking share prices. Initial Ukraine panic subsiding and some sanctions being implemented --- none affecting UK banks or Santander Then we have Santander still to issue the end year dividend Then we have Santander still to start the new share buyback scheme worth over EUR Billion (this one particularly should push the share price much higher and anybody selling their shares probably have done so by now) SP down from 300 previously with analysts saying targets of 320 to 350 short to mid term (2022)... I'm holding... Pullback from 278.15 to 272.55 and then shafted by the UT trade to 270 = SAVAGE!
crazi: May be running out of steam for today. I think what will help the share price is the buyback scheme. It pushed the share price to 300 last time but that will only begin after the AGM. So in the meantime the price may fall back...
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