Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diverse Income Trust (the) Plc LSE:DIVI London Ordinary Share GB00B65TLW28 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60 -0.66% 90.80 90.40 91.20 0.00 0.00 - 219,595 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 17.1 15.4 4.0 23.0 343

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/5/2018
19:14
RBN looks quite cheap when and how much is the dividend yield can't see it on the list?! Only 11m mkp
kirk 6
14/5/2018
12:07
Already have a few following the drop. Currently watching RBN and TXH as both have big yields
knowing
14/5/2018
12:05
Look at UPGS seriously cheap stock and pays a decent dividend
kirk 6
14/5/2018
12:04
Handy site hTTps://www.dividenddata.co.uk/
knowing
05/5/2018
19:20
Business BT dividend under threat as pensions face top-up Gavin Patterson BT's chief executive Gavin Patterson faces tough decisions over the company's pension fund and its dividend Credit: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg Christopher Williams, Deputy Business Editor 5 May 2018 • 8:00pm BT faces a fight to save its dividend as it prepares to reveal a £13bn funding black hole in its pension scheme. The company will reveal the impact of its triennial pension review alongside annual results on Thursday, a move that is expected to trigger a sharp increase in top-up payments to as much as £1.1bn annually. Chief executive Gavin Patterson will aim to soften the blow to BT’s cash flow with a strategy update to slash operating costs, including by cutting thousands of jobs and slimming down the struggling Global Services outsourcing division. The restructuring is expected to save £500m over three years. Promoted Stories Une solution qui met un terme à ronfler dans son lit My Snoring Solution Don't Fly From France Until You See These Prices Don't Fly From France Until You See These Prices Save 70 BT has also been working on a deal to pledge assets to the pension scheme as security, to provide trustees comfort that retirements will be funded if the company hits trouble and so make the top-up payment schedule less onerous. It had explored signing over rights to its network but it is understood alternative assets are now on the table. The change of plans could one day make a sale of its network subsidiary Openreach more simple. Despite BT’s efforts, its policy of holding or increasing the dividend to around a million shareholders a year is viewed as being under threat. It is under pressure from politicians and regulators to increase investment in “full fibre” broadband upgrades but has resisted, in part due to opposition from its biggest shareholder Deutsche Telekom, which faces similar lobbying in Germany. BT’s strategy update could signal more spending over time, however, following a recent warning from Ofcom chief executive Sharon White that failure to invest in new technology could mean it is overtaken by new rivals. Barclays cut its target price on the shares last week, citing emerging competition from new full fibre wholesalers. Analysts have struggled to predict whether a dividend cut is likely. Citi has given even odds, while Exane has forecast a 30pc cut. BT declined to comment on the issue.
the grumpy old men
01/5/2018
09:52
UAI Theyre paying a dividend of 12p......Ex-div date 10 May.
garbut
28/4/2018
09:24
SHELL Announcement date April 26, 2018 Ex-dividend date (See Note 1) May 10, 2018 Record date May 11, 2018 Closing of currency election date (See Note 2) May 25, 2018 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date June 4, 2018 Payment date June 18, 2018
la forge
26/4/2018
15:40
I bought a few TXH today. Looks undervalued and is yielding around 7.7%
knowing
26/4/2018
15:15
Home > News > Shell makes investors wait for reward from surging oil prices Shell makes investors wait for reward from surging oil prices By Kelly Gilblom on 4/26/2018 LONDON (Bloomberg) -- Royal Dutch Shell Plc rode the surge in oil prices to even greater heights, posting a profit not seen since the days of $100/bbl. Investors were displeased that the company didn’t take them along for the ride. While French rival Total SA has started disbursing the rewards of rising energy prices -- with higher dividends and share buybacks -- Shell has other priorities, at least for now. CFO Jessica Uhl declined to say when her planned $25-billion to $30-billion stock-repurchase program would start, telling reporters on a call that she wanted to focus on debt reduction first. There are two big reasons for the company’s caution. First, it still has to pay off the acquisition of BG Group Plc in 2016, a deal that’s turbo charged natural gas earnings but left Shell heavily indebted. Second, its cash flow -- little changed from a year earlier despite higher oil prices -- “may not necessarily support” the planned buybacks, according to RBC Capital Markets. Earnings at Europe’s largest energy company vaulted ahead of the upswing in crude to an average of $67 in the first quarter, reaping the benefits of years of cost cuts. Adjusted net income was $5.32 billion last quarter, compared with $3.75 billion a year earlier. That surpassed analysts expectations of $5.2 billion, rising to a level only consistently seen when oil traded for more than $100. Total and Statoil ASA also posted the best earnings in years this week, with Total pumping a record amount of oil and gas in the first quarter. Shares of the French company rose in response to its results, the opposite of the reaction to Shell. Shell dropped as much as 2.8% as analysts raised concerns about flat cash flow from operations, which was $9.43 billion in the first three months of 2018. “The only negative here is the conversion of those earnings into cash flow,” Oswald Clint, an analyst at Bernstein Research, said by telephone. “It’s a little bit lighter than what I was expecting.” Shell’s free cash flow was sufficient to fund the company’s cash dividends and interest payments in the first quarter, which wasn’t always the case during the oil-price slump. Like its peers, Shell was forced to make some payments to investors in shares during the downturn, known as a scrip dividend, while also borrowing to fund the cash portion of the payout. Those newly created shares diluted the holdings of some investors, who have maintained a sharp focus on the timing of the buybacks required to offset the impact. Shell wasn’t able to offer a clear answer on what could trigger the repurchases. “It’s an integrated decision. I’ve provided enough insight,” CFO Uhl told reporters in response to several questions about buybacks. That situation should change. Barclays analysts said in a note that they expect Shell to begin the program in the second half. “We would expect cash flow growth through the year supported by the current macro environment,” said Biraj Borkhataria, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets. “Royal Dutch Shell remains one of our preferred super-majors.”
maywillow
26/4/2018
09:28
26/04/2018 | 11:09 In line with its 2018-20 shareholder return policy, Total announces that its first interim dividend for 2018 is set at 0.64 euro per share, up 3.2% from the three down payments and the proposed balance for 2017. The oil group's board of directors will meet on 19 September to decide on the conditions for the distribution of this first interim dividend in respect of 2018. It will be posted on 25 September. The option to pay the deposit in new shares will be offered: according to the calendar, the option period will run from September 25 to October 4, for payment in cash or new shares on October 12.
maywillow
26/4/2018
06:36
Roche raises annual revenue target after Q1 improvement Roche Holding (QX) (USOTC: RHHBY) Intraday Chart of the Action Today: Thursday 26 April 2018 More charts from the Roche Holding Exchange (QX) BARCELONA (Agefi-Dow Jones) - The Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche on Thursday raised its revenue forecast for 2018, after an improvement in revenue in the first quarter. Turnover reached 13.6 billion Swiss francs (11.4 billion euros) in the first quarter, compared to 12.9 billion Swiss francs a year earlier. According to the consensus reached by FactSet, sales were expected at 13.35 billion francs. In 2018, "sales are expected to rise in the lower end of the single-digit range," said Roche, which previously anticipated stable sales or growth in the lower part of the beach. to one digit compared to 2017. The group also intends to continue to increase its dividend in Swiss francs. -Donato Paolo Mancini, Dow Jones Newswires (French version Aurélie Henri) Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 26, 2018 01:55 ET (05:55 GMT)
waldron
22/4/2018
08:29
Dividend What is the dividend for the 2017 fiscal year? Schneider Electric is committed to paying the equivalent of 50% of net EPS to shareholders in the form of dividends. For fiscal year 2017 a dividend of €2.20 per share will be submitted to shareholders’ vote on April 24 2018. When is the dividend payment date? The dividend payment date for fiscal year 2015 was on May 9, 2016. The dividend payment date for fiscal year 2016 was on May 10, 2017. The dividend payment date for fiscal year 2017 is on May 4, 2018. Shareholders will receive the dividend if shares are bought before the dividend ex-date (May 2, 2018).
maywillow
19/4/2018
21:56
Anyone investing in PANR as well?I reckon I will be an easy 20% this week
costax1654x
19/4/2018
18:24
Veolia Environnement: Combined General Meeting of April 19, 2018 share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via email 0 0 19/04/2018 | 8:07 p.m. Regulatory News: The Combined General Meeting of Shareholders of Veolia Environnement (Paris: VIE), meeting at the Maison de la Mutualité, on Thursday, April 19, 2018, under the chairmanship of Mr. Antoine Frérot, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, approved the set of resolutions 1 to 23 submitted to it. The Assembly in particular: renewed the term of office of Mr Antoine Frérot for a period of four years, which will end at the end of the general meeting of shareholders which will be called to approve the financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2021. It has, moreover: approved the parent company and consolidated financial statements for the 2017 financial year; set the dividend in cash for the 2017 financial year at 0.84 euro per share. This dividend will be detached from the share on May 14, 2018 and will be paid from May 16, 2018;
sarkasm
19/4/2018
12:13
SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Dividend payment Fiscal year 2017 Dividend ex-date Wednesday May 2, 2018 Date of approval of the positions Thursday May 3, 2018 Dividend payment date Friday May 4, 2018 The 2017 fiscal year dividend of 2.20 Euros per share will be submitted to shareholders’ vote on April 24 2018. The dividend is up +8% compared to previous year and represents a pay-out ratio of more than 50% of adjusted net income. The distribution will be paid out of net profit of the year and through issue premiums. For individual shareholders resident for tax purposes in France, the distribution of 2.20 Euros per share is subject to two separate tax statements : up to 0.19 Euro, the dividend constitutes distributed income. As such, a social security tax of 17.2% will be charged on the gross amount when paid. The gross amount of French-source dividends received by resident individuals will also be subject to a mandatory non-definitive withholding tax of 12.8%. in the amount of 2.01 Euros, the distribution constitutes a capital repayment. As such, it is not subject to income tax pursuant to article 112-1 of the French Tax Code, as all profits and reserves other than the legal reserve have been previously distributed. Shareholders are invited to contact their usual advisors for further information about the applicable tax regime.
waldron
19/4/2018
12:06
Dividend What is the dividend for the 2017 fiscal year? Schneider Electric is committed to paying the equivalent of 50% of net EPS to shareholders in the form of dividends. For fiscal year 2017 a dividend of €2.20 per share will be submitted to shareholders’ vote on April 24 2018. When is the dividend payment date? The dividend payment date for fiscal year 2015 was on May 9, 2016. The dividend payment date for fiscal year 2016 was on May 10, 2017. The dividend payment date for fiscal year 2017 is on May 4, 2018. Shareholders will receive the dividend if shares are bought before the dividend ex-date (May 2, 2018).
waldron
05/4/2018
07:59
Credit Agricole SA (ACA.FR) will cease to pay a loyalty dividend to eligible shareholders, in line with a ruling from the European Central Bank, following shareholder approval on Wednesday. Eligible shareholders voted on the move in a special meeting Wednesday. As previously reported, the ECB has demanded the French bank remove the loyalty dividend by September. Credit Agricole plans to compensate eligible shareholders by offering one new ordinary share for 26 shares entitled to a loyalty dividend. In February, the bank estimated the value of the compensation at about 0.56 euros ($0.69) per share. The proposal will be submitted at the shareholders meeting in May. Write to Pietro Lombardi at pietro.lombardi@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 04, 2018 11:54 ET (15:54 GMT)
sarkasm
22/3/2018
07:55
Https://seekingalpha.com/article/4158164-total-s-french-oil-super-major-often-overlooked-apparent-reason?auth_param=124r8p:1db65tj:f31862f81261f6e2fe400c99df03b380&dr=1&uprof=46&utoken=d71df54e335aeb38f3a40444b2a8fffb6228bb74
sarkasm
15/3/2018
10:01
TOTAL: pays a third interim dividend share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via email 0 0 15/03/2018 | 8:10 Total has announced the distribution of a third interim payment for the financial year 2017, amounting to € 0.62 per share, in accordance with the Board's decision of October 26, 2017, identical to the first and second installments for the 2017 financial year and up 1.6% compared to the third interim payment for the 2016 financial year. It decided to propose, under the conditions set by the fourth resolution of the Combined General Meeting. from May 26, 2017, the option of paying this deposit in new shares. The issue price of the new shares that will be released as payment for this third interim payment for the 2017 financial year is set at € 45.70, equal to the average of the first prices quoted during the twenty trading days preceding the Board meeting. the administration of 14 March 2018, less the amount of the said interim dividend, without any discount, and rounded up to the nearest cent of the euro. The shares thus issued will bear immediate rights and will be the subject of an application for admission to listing on Euronext Paris. This third interim payment for the 2017 financial year will be detached on March 19, 2018. Shareholders may opt for the payment of this third interim payment in cash or in new shares between March 19, 2018 and March 28, 2018 inclusive, by sending their request. to their financial intermediaries.
florenceorbis
14/3/2018
09:37
Dividends Marshalls has strong cash generation and a robust balance sheet which underpins a progressive dividend policy aimed at achieving up to 2 times dividend cover over the business cycle. The Board is recommending a final dividend of 6.80 pence (2016: 5.80 pence) per share which, together with the interim dividend of 3.40 pence (2016: 2.90 pence) per share, makes a total ordinary dividend for the year of 10.20 pence (2016: 8.70 pence) per share, an increase of 17 per cent. Given another strong performance in the year, the Board is also recommending a supplementary dividend of 4.00 pence per share for 2017 (2016: 3.00 pence). As previously, this supplementary dividend is discretionary and non-recurring. The payment of a supplementary dividend recognises the Board's objective of maintaining an efficient and prudent capital structure and providing increased returns for shareholders whilst at the same time retaining flexibility for capital and other investment opportunities. Taken together, the ordinary and supplementary dividends represent an aggregate distribution for the year of 14.20 pence per share (2016: 11.70 pence). Subject to shareholders' approval at the Annual General Meeting on 9 May 2018, the final ordinary dividend of 6.80 pence per ordinary share and the supplementary dividend of 4.00 pence per share will be paid on 29 June 2018 to shareholders on the register at 8 June 2018. Outlook The Group has again delivered strong profit growth year-on-year. Good progress has been made in the year executing the 2020 Strategy, notably the acquisition of CPM, and the ongoing self help programme to drive organic growth is progressing well. The underlying drivers have remained positive in our main end markets and our sales and order intake have been strong in the first two months of 2018.
the grumpy old men
12/3/2018
11:29
Http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/165851/job-curtis-shell-6-yield-is-safe.aspx
la forge
09/3/2018
21:04
News provided by Royal Dutch Shell plc 12:50 ET Share this article THE HAGUE, Netherlands, March 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Royal Dutch Shell plc ("RDS") (NYSE: RDS.A) (NYSE: RDS.B) today announced the pounds sterling and euro equivalent dividend payments in respect of the fourth quarter 2017 interim dividend, which was announced on February 1, 2018 at US$0.47 per A ordinary share ("A Share") and B ordinary share ("B Share"). Dividends on A Shares will be paid, by default, in euro at the rate of €0.3818 per A Share. Holders of A Shares who have validly submitted pounds sterling currency elections by March 2, 2018 will be entitled to a dividend of 33.91p per A Share. Dividends on B Shares will be paid, by default, in pounds sterling at the rate of 33.91p per B Share. Holders of B Shares who have validly submitted euro currency elections by March 2, 2018 will be entitled to a dividend of €0.3818 per B Share. This dividend will be payable on March 26, 2018 to those members whose names were on the Register of Members on February 16, 2018. Taxation - cash dividend Cash dividends on A Shares will be subject to the deduction of Dutch dividend withholding tax at the rate of 15%, which may be reduced in certain circumstances. Non-Dutch resident shareholders, depending on their particular circumstances, may be entitled to a full or partial refund of Dutch dividend withholding tax. Furthermore, in April 2016, there were changes to the UK taxation of dividends. The dividend tax credit was abolished, and a new tax free dividend allowance introduced. Dividend income in excess of the allowance is taxable at the following rates: 7.5% within the basic rate band; 32.5% within the higher rate band; and 38.1% on dividend income taxable at the additional rate. If you are uncertain as to the tax treatment of any dividends you should consult your own tax advisor.
sarkasm
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