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DGE Diageo Plc

2,770.00
-14.00 (-0.50%)
15 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Diageo Plc DGE London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-14.00 -0.50% 2,770.00 16:35:03
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2,755.50 2,752.50 2,792.00 2,770.00 2,784.00
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Industry Sector
BEVERAGES

Diageo DGE Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date
01/08/2023FinalGBP0.491724/08/202325/08/202312/10/2023
26/01/2023InterimGBP0.308302/03/202303/03/202313/04/2023
28/07/2022FinalGBP0.468225/08/202226/08/202220/10/2022
27/01/2022InterimGBP0.293624/02/202225/02/202207/04/2022
29/07/2021FinalGBP0.445926/08/202127/08/202107/10/2021
28/01/2021InterimGBP0.279625/02/202126/02/202108/04/2021
04/08/2020FinalGBP0.424713/08/202014/08/202008/10/2020
30/01/2020InterimGBP0.274127/02/202028/02/202009/04/2020
25/07/2019FinalGBP0.424708/08/201909/08/201903/10/2019

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Posted at 15/4/2024 08:31 by mcunliffe1
jubberjim, morning.

Is there any more room on those many fences upon which you sit? :-)

Perhaps you have the correct stragegies in this strange market and sit back to watch. I rather wish I'd done that back in August 2023 when I bought DGE at £32.32.
Posted at 15/4/2024 07:38 by jubberjim
Might be an interesting few days in light of weekends events.

Anyone got any ideas how low this might go or as it is considered a safety share how high

Still a long time until next dividend so will await at my leisure, and leave the appropriate buy and sell orders.

Be good above all be careful and keep liquidity (very poor pun)
Posted at 12/4/2024 09:35 by deanowls
I don’t think you can even begin to compare. I reckon DGE sell more at twickenham a year.
Posted at 30/3/2024 17:17 by mcunliffe1
Finally found a Guinness Zero.
Excellent.
I would drink three of these if out with friends and was the driver - and feel as though I was drinking real stout but without the kick.

DGE should be pushing these strongly.

Was a tad expensive though at £5.15 in a Chef & Brewer pub/restaurant.
Posted at 01/2/2024 08:04 by waldron
Latest Dividends

Summary Previous dividend Next dividend

Status Paid Declared

Type Final Interim

Per share 49.17p 31.842p (40.5c)

Declaration date 01 Aug 2023 (Tue) 30 Jan 2024 (Tue)

Ex-div date 24 Aug 2023 (Thu) 29 Feb 2024 (Thu)

Pay date 12 Oct 2023 (Thu) 17 Apr 2024 (Wed)
Posted at 30/1/2024 12:02 by huckers
anhar, I understand where you are coming from. I certainly don't think the dividend yield at around this share price is a reason to invest. I am observing this one and would love to start a position but at even deeper value.
Posted at 17/11/2023 10:22 by anhar
MCc: Whenever a foreign exchange takes place an amount is lost to whomsoever provides the exchange service. I see this all the time on my Barclaycard when I'm in the US in particular - but elsewhere of course.

This has to mean a reduction in real terms in our divi. payment offset, we hope, by a strong dollar or/and weak pound causing a greater number of pennies for the stated cents dividend....

With foreign currency divis paid by UK cos, or those widely held in the UK like BHP and RIO, the sterling conversion does not work like personal FX charges on your credit card. The individual shareholders do not all suffer a varying personal cost of exchange. What happens is that the company bulk converts all the divis to sterling for those holders due to receive sterling.

Presumably there is some cost of conversion to the company but as this is for a large sum, the effect on the individual shareholder is vanishingly small but in any case, we never see it or face any personal cost. The conversions I've seen over many years from my several holdings that account in foreign currency are always around the contemporary money market rates.

Most publish the sterling value later, after the initial $ or € divi declaration, though a few actually declare this at the same time, eg. ULVR and RIO. The shareholder then receives the company's stated sterling value of the divi, with no charges.
Posted at 15/11/2023 16:40 by billy two cocks
Basically this has lost it's fizz, it's been resting on its laurels and dividend yield is poor.

I see no reason to buy my holding (or part of) back at present, sentiment is against this. Too much potential downside to even consider buying at the moment.

Bear in mind that this poor share price performance is in a period of weak GBP. Also bear in mind that the FTSE was quite strong today.

What's the betting that the share buyback will be quietly cancelled and the dividend is reduced?

Do your own research.
Posted at 10/11/2023 11:51 by mcunliffe1
Hope: appreciate your heads-up.

Looking into DGE's fall a little more than is provided on this thread and it seems to me to be really about the world-wide economic slowdown and consumers switching away from premium products towards less expensive offerings.

ALDI and Lidl have both ridden that wave and have been particularly successful as they often offer equally good products at a smaller price than branded.

The LAC (Latin America and Caribbean) area accounts for 11% of DGE's total sales. DGE have stated that they expect a 20% reduction in sales in the LAC area.

That equates to 2.2% of TOTAL sales.

However, other premium product companines such as LVMH and Watches of Switzerland have also seen a reduction in their sales. It appears the rich also have a frugal tendency.

As regards this 'bouncing back' I'd be surprised - and unhappy as I held £10k's worth as at mid Aug. 2023 when I bought at £32.32. But this market is troubled and I'm looking for a 10 year hold on this share.

I am not inclined to add further money in DGE just yet. I'm happy to keep the cash in my ii SIPP as it's earning slightly more than DGE's div. yield.

And that seems to be the issue across the wider market. It's easier at the moment to earn more from safer investments.
Posted at 19/10/2023 11:29 by billy two cocks
Phillis.

You should really have a word with yourself.

I sold a substantial amount of DGE in April at just under £37.

I can now buy them back at a good discount.

At present I hold zero DGE. I fully intend to buy my original holding back but not at these prices.

It does amuse me when we have a small increase in the share price and people like you jump up and down thinking it's xmas.

I would be very careful being long at the moment. The geopolitical situation is atrocious, earnings in the US are coming in lower and a re-rating across the markets is a distinct possibility. I'm also not at all sure about the new CEO and think that DGE is resting on its laurels.

The dividend yield is uninspiring too.

Good luck but don't try to belittle people who have a valid opinion and are quite possibly in a much higher league than you. It makes you look, well......amateurish.

Would I short DGE? No.

Would I buy DGE? Yes but not at this level.

Thanks

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