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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Booker BOK London Ordinary Share GB00B01TND91 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 224.00 01:00:00
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
224.00 224.00
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Booker Group BOK Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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kickingking: From my calculation you will be about £43 per 1000 shares worse off. If the tesco share price remains 18p lower. If I had Booker shares I would wait until the last moment and decide then.
bapodra_investments: Well its official. Tesco and Booker merger / takeover will go ahead. I laugh because to me I don't understand how it is a merger between Tesco and Booker. In my personal opinion is seems to come across as a takeover by Tesco of Booker. It will be very interesting now to see how the share price reacts.
bapodra_investments: £2.25 was hit today and Booker's share price is making news highs. As news get out that the merger with Tesco is going ahead and one of its main, direct competitor P&H has gone into administration should see the share price appreciate to around the £2.50 level in my opinion.
bapodra_investments: Today will be extremely interesting. Palmer & Harvey (P&H) has gone into administration. It was a direct competitor and this could mean a significant increase in the share price of Booker as money flows into this. Lets see.
ganthorpe: As a simple punter I see BOK at 198P and with TSCO at 175.5P the offer value seems to be about 193.5P. Personally I would not be keen to sell BOK at that offer price to get TSCO shares. If I wanted TSCO I would buy them in the Market. Surely TSCO are going to get their share price up again or improve the offer. Or abandon what has always looked an odd and controversial deal.It just drags on and on.
bapodra_investments: Could the delay and uncertainty behind the Tesco PLC merger / takeover be the reason behind the recent drop in share price? As they say until the fat lady sings!
bapodra_investments: Kazoom, I am not suggesting that the answer for you is in the charts. It will be for those wishing to cash in on their profits or those who have share schemes in the company. It will be for those who have stop losses in place or even trailing stops. Share price performance and investment returns is all about charts. News may move it one way or another but its the charts that indicate how much profit or loss you have made. Charts are based on not only past performance but current actual price movements.
bapodra_investments: It will be interesting to see the share price action next week.
badmumba: Yes never fails to deliver except in the share price .
woodpeckers: From The Motley Fool: 3 FTSE Shares Hitting New Highs: Vodafone Group plc, Associated British Foods plc and Booker Group Plc By Alan Oscroft Email Published in Investing on 20 November 2013 Vodafone Group plc (LON: VOD), Associated British Foods plc (LON: ABF) and Booker Group Plc (LON: BOK) continue to climb. With the recent mini-surge from the FTSE 100 (FTSEINDICES: ^FTSE) having come to an end and the index of top UK shares dropping a further 28 points today to 6,670, its regaining the 13-year high of 6,876 points set in May is looking more remote. But it is only 206 points, and a year-end rally could still do it. Meanwhile, which individual shares are reaching their own highs? Here are three from the FTSE indices that just keep on keeping on: Vodafone Since the sell-off of its stake in Verizon wireless, Vodafone Group (LSE: VOD) (NASDAQ:VOD.US) has seen its share price just soar, and it climbed to yet another new 52-week high of 234.35p on Monday, before dropping back a little along with this week's general bearish sentiment to 227p today. That's a rise of 42% over the past 12 months, and a 38p (20%) hike since the Verizon news broke in August. After that, the shares are still on a relatively undemanding forward P/E of 15 with a 4.5% dividend yield forecast. Associated British Foods Associated British Foods (LSE: ABF) is storming ahead, with its shares having climbed to a 52-week peak yesterday of 2,354p -- today the price is back to 2,328p, but that's still up more than 60% over the past 12 months. The firm has enjoyed year-on-year earnings rises, though it does only pay out a modest (but thrice-covered) dividend with a yield of around 1.5%. And though the firm's food businesses have been doing well, the star of the show has been budget clothing chain Primark, which chief executive George Weston described as having had a "remarkable year" at annual report time on 5 November. Booker Booker Group (LSE: BOK) shares have had a meteoric rise from their 2009 low-point of 21p, coming close to nearly seven-bagging since then to 161p today, including a 60% rise over the past 12 months. Forecasts for the year to March 2014 put the food wholesaler's shares on a forward P/E of 29 now, which many will think too rich, especially with a lowly dividend yield of under 2% -- but we do have two more years of double-digit growth in earnings per share forecast for this year and next.
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