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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Duke Royalty Limited LSE:DUKE London Ordinary Share GG00BYZSSY63 ORDS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 21.60 21.20 22.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -10.4 -4.2 - 56

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/10/2020
17:45
Big volume today
bwm2
16/10/2020
16:33
Not an expert in charts, but.....I can see three rising lows...does this mean anything? Like market makers gradually raising the lowest price to pay? On a three monthly cycle....not a washing machine, obviously!
bothdavis
16/10/2020
16:27
Close to a bottom? Bigger buyers at 21p All this one does is spike to 30p, fail, and then come back down to these levels before another big spike.
sphere25
14/10/2020
19:08
Where is the dilution?
rat attack
13/10/2020
12:24
Another dilution of the shares in issue. Resulting in another share price drop. I do not know who the board of directors are representing. Its certainly not the interests of the shareholders. What a useless board they should ashamed of themselves. They need kicking out, and more competent board elected. Santos123.
santos123
13/10/2020
11:44
And its on its way down, again! Over 50% loss so far!
bothdavis
09/10/2020
13:19
New shares issued on Monday Scrip Dividend Reference Price Further to its announcement on 17 September 2020 regarding the payment of 0.5p per share to shareholders by way of a scrip dividend for the upcoming September quarter dividend, the Company announces that the scrip dividend reference price for the ordinary shares to be issued to shareholders will be 23.56p, as calculated by the trailing five-day average mid-market closing price to 30 September 2020. Accordingly, on 12 October 2020 shareholders will receive payment in new ordinary shares based on the following formula: (Number of ordinary shares held at the record date of 25 September X 0.5p) รท (23.56p)
johnroger
24/9/2020
16:40
Not sure about these...I keep holding but how long will it take to recoup the losses? Gov advice to return to WFH, not helping, again!!
bothdavis
20/9/2020
10:18
Mr Waterloo: "I think the reason they keep the scrip dividend is it allows institutional income investors to sell extra shares to replicate a cash dividend" I guess you are right... but if they do so, that in itself will likely lead to a share price fall.
egrid1
20/9/2020
09:09
I think the reason they keep the scrip dividend is it allows institutional income investors to sell extra shares to replicate a cash dividend and track performance despite the fact they would be slightly diluted
mrwaterloo
20/9/2020
08:52
santos123, Thank you for your comments. I also have held these shares for some time though I consider it short term. For me, the BoD is still on trial and I have become more wary as the information regarding financing has become less informative than it was at the outset. No doubt the market in general feels similarly which is reflected in the share price AIMHO, BWDIK, Piedro
piedro
19/9/2020
16:50
The balance sheet does not change, money is not paid out, and so shareholder funds do not change. The company has a book value of exactly the same before and after the scrip dividend, but now that book value is divided by an increased number of shares. All shareholder now hold more shares. But the share price is likely to fall, to reflect more shares in issue v's book value of company. The EPS will fall, because of more shares in issue but same number of shares, and so for the P/E to remain the same, the share price must fall. BWM2 - that assumes the 0.75p dividend is: 1. Not reduced, because of more shares to pay to with scrip 2. Would not have been higher due to fewer shares to pay to without Scrip
egrid1
19/9/2020
16:22
I've been trying to work out if cash or scrip divi is better for me, and VERY simplistically came up with the following - I'm no expert, so welcome corrections. If a company IPO'd 1,000 shares at £1 each Share cap = £1,000 Cash in Bank = £1,000 I purchase 100 shares for £100 If they pay a 10% divi : Option 1 - Cash divi of 10p per share (Total cost £100) : Share Cap = £1,000 Cash in Bank = £900 S/P now 90p I receive £10 divi and my 100 shares are worth £90 = £100 total Option 2 - Scrip divi of 1 share per 10 held (Total cost £0) : Share Cap = £1,100 Cash in Bank = £1,000 S/P now 90.91p I receive 10 extra shares so my total holding is (110 x 90.91p) = £100
dsct
19/9/2020
14:22
Egrid1 I suppose that the only benefit will occur when the quarterly 0.75p cash divi recommences as we will receive that on the new shares as well. Seems to me to be prudent to accumulate cash until the uncertainty is over. I am likewise a contented holder pleased with the results
bwm2
19/9/2020
13:56
Can somebody explain to me why a scrip dividend is not the same as no dividend? No money changes hands, the sares in issue increase, and, assuming the market cap remains the same, each share that you hold devalues pro rata. It seems to be a little sleight of hand - giving the impression that you have gained something, when in fact you have not... unless somebody can tell me of a tangible benefit. I say this as a holder, who is happy with the results.
egrid1
19/9/2020
13:01
"The real kicker is, they said they are going to increased the divi, after the good results." I would have ignored that comment santos123 but you got 2 thumbs-up. Please indicate where they said that Hi Piedro. Its from the trading update issued on 16 Sept However, as these agreements expire, Duke is cautiously optimistic that it will be able to announce a further increase in quarterly cash revenue for the period Q3 FY21 If you look at the news section on the top of this page you can see it there, 3rd one from the top. Piedro, I do lots of research into companies, I have held shares in this company for a long time, but now I,m doubting the company executives and, non executives commitment to the ordinary shareholders. I will not go into why a share distribution instead of divi payment is not in the interests of ordinary shareholders, but I expect you are already aware of share dilution and its effects on share price, that's why companies buy back shares, not issue them. Good luck in your investing Piedro. D.Y.O.R. Santos123.
santos123
19/9/2020
07:51
I bought in last week and then increased my holding this week. I think this is a very well run company investing in GOOD businesses and will be yielding over 10% when this COVID thing is over !!! GLA
parsons4
18/9/2020
10:07
"The real kicker is, they said they are going to increased the divi, after the good results." I would have ignored that comment santos123 but you got 2 thumbs-up. Please indicate where they said that
piedro
18/9/2020
06:48
I think that the relatively minor resultant impairment following covid is a huge management success. The reduced scrip divi is entirely logical. Well done
bwm2
17/9/2020
22:06
Quite happy with a scrip dividend, thank you. I always reinvest the dividends, it is the proven long term investment winner.
bothdavis
17/9/2020
20:17
Share price tanked again today, even after the F.Y. results were good. It's down to the scrip divi again. The real kicker is, they said they are going to increased the divi, after the good results. This is a kick in the teeth for the long suffering shareholders. Vote down every resolution in the A.G.M. proxy form. The directors all need to kicked out, and a more shareholder friendly board put in there place. Santos123.
santos123
17/9/2020
08:52
There is a separate RNS today announcing a 0.5p/share script dividend.
brownie69
17/9/2020
08:08
It's a choice between the flexibility of short term or certainty of long term financing.
peter27
16/9/2020
14:33
Agreed, good update but no mention of dividend or scrip.
johnroger
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