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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ferrexpo Plc LSE:FXPO London Ordinary Share GB00B1XH2C03 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.40 2.11% 213.40 213.00 213.60 214.40 207.00 209.00 910,352 14:30:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 1,136.1 346.5 51.7 4.1 1,310

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19/6/2020
07:46
firtashia, oh, meant to add that he is certainly prepared to pay the price in Russian deaths if it meant he had full control of Ukraine, He has no regard for human life and it would be hailed on state controlled Russia media as a great victory with about 70% or more Russian people totally brainwashed by only ever seeing one TV channel . Anyway , he would doctor the death figures top make them look very small as you know. Must watch the BBC film on Skrippals poisonings after recording it when I have free time .
arja
19/6/2020
07:02
Whew. Had no effect! Onwards and upwards.
asusasus
19/6/2020
06:57
It's a continual thorn in our side and gives the shortest an incentive to give us a try which is to some degree self fulfilling.I would be pleasantly surprised if this does not temper any hope's of an share price rise.
tygarreg
19/6/2020
06:54
Thanks Carcosa, very thorough and helpful. So we can claim back 4/7 of the 35% that the Swiss keep. That's 20% of the total dividend which might be worth the effort if you have enough shares.Does anybody actually do this?I have 20,000 shares and would be able to claim back 1p of the 5p (6.6c) dividend each time which is £200. Trouble is that is divided between 3 different accounts, trading, sipp and isa so it sounds messy and time consuming for not much reward that is likely to take months to process, so maybe not for me.
tygarreg
19/6/2020
06:51
Is this really bad news!?
asusasus
19/6/2020
06:12
Just when you think it’s safe..... this mornings RNS hits.
oli12
19/6/2020
06:01
Ty, Am not sure I understand your point. Ferrexpo plc is, for tax purposes, a Swiss resident company. As such any dividend payment which the Company makes will be subject to the current Swiss federal withholding tax rate of 35 per cent (the “Withholding Tax”). The Withholding Tax must be withheld by the Company from the gross distribution and paid directly to the Swiss Federal Tax Administration. A full or partial refund of the Withholding Tax may be available in certain circumstances,depending on your place of tax residence and other criteria. It should be noted that dividend are paid gross of tax as opposed to UK tax domiciled companies that pay dividends from post tax earnings... and then I think if you are UK tax resident it then gets taxed again at personal income level! In this case, the Swiss govt get 35% tax as opposed to UK govt that gets the tax at a corporate rate. Unlike the UK, qualifying shareholders cannot get any tax back whereas you can with the Swiss govt (or indeed most other countries) under certain circumstances as outlined on the back pages of every dividend letter: https://www.ferrexpo.com/investor-relations/shareholder-services/dividend-information
carcosa
18/6/2020
23:57
I still dont get this swiss tax thing on our divis.Divi is 6.6c so the company/our investment value decreases by 6.6c or 5.3p on ex dividend day and we get 3.5p credited to our accounts two weeks later. And we think the dividends are good for our wealth?
tygarreg
18/6/2020
21:41
Arja- post7289 - two things dissuade Putin from invading more of Ukraine. First-Eu sanctions. The current round of sanctions do not hurt Russia- in fact the Germans are falling over themselves to do business with Russia- but he is wary of further more biting sanctions being added in the event of him invading somewhere else-and not necessarily Ukraine. Second - the state of the Ukrainian army, now battle hardened, rearmed and potentially a quarter of a million strong. Sure, he could invade and defeat the Ukrainian army but with a massive blood bath in store, is he prepared to pay that price? From a Russian perspective, the time to destroy Ukraine was in 2014, but even then he was unwilling to launch a full scale invasion of the south and east, instead expecting the local population there to rise up and demand to join Russia- which to any serious Ukrainian political observer was absurd. As a result he is left in possession of a peninsula entirely dependent on Ukraine for its water supply, during the worst drought there in over 100 years.
firtashia
18/6/2020
20:30
sorry , I forgot I mentioned it !!
arja
18/6/2020
20:29
bellbottom,. thanks and I will read the article you posted . I have a few Ukrainian friends who hate Putin and fear that he may think about invading Ukraine if he thinks the USA ]and the west will not intervene . Covi-19 time is a good opportunity for this madman I guess .
arja
18/6/2020
16:02
hTTps://www.spglobal.com/platts/en/market-insights/latest-news/metals/061820-analysis-vales-monthly-iron-ore-shipments-indicate-supply-shortfall-may-persist
podgyted
18/6/2020
12:01
Swiss Trading CompanyMain benefits: Low corporate taxes -11.9% (Zug). Exemption or reduction of income taxes on dividends from "qualifying participations". Exemption or reduction of corporation taxes on Capital gains arising on the sale of "qualifying participations".
r9505571
18/6/2020
11:27
The Swiss govt do very well out of us shareholders. We own the company. Any dividend given reduces the value of the companies assets by that amount so our investment goes down in value. Then we keep 2/3 of the divi and we give 1/3 to Swiss. Do we benefit in other ways by being based in Switzerland?
tygarreg
18/6/2020
11:14
Pod, I agree - a pinch of salt to be taken with all supposed credit ratings. Often when they call it one way, you can expect for it go the other way. BB
bellbottom
18/6/2020
10:04
Moody's, S&P and Fitch rated the collateralised mortgages which almost brought down the financial system in 2008 as AAA - so I've always had a negative outlook on them all.
podgyted
18/6/2020
08:46
Moody's credit rating, for what it's worth. Https://concorde.ua/rs/daily/item_76366/ BB
bellbottom
18/6/2020
08:30
Thanks deadly, I didn't know that. But hey, I've only been investing for 35 years - can't be expected to know everything ;-) From Wikipedia: The ex-dividend date is almost always on a Thursday with the associated record date on the next Friday. Exceptions to this timetable are usually special dividends, and dividends provided by overseas issuers who only have a secondary listing on the London Stock Exchange. Prior to 9 October 2014, the ex-dividend date was usually two business days before the record date, i.e. typically Wednesdays
zho
18/6/2020
08:21
Today of course, always Thurs as for all stocks.
deadly
18/6/2020
08:11
The board of directors are pleased to announce an interim 2020 dividend of 6.6 US cents, payable on 3 July 2020 to shareholders on the register as of 19 June 2020.
r9505571
18/6/2020
08:01
Is it ex div today or tomorrow?
thags
18/6/2020
08:00
Vales mine is coming back online....announced yesterdayIron ore prices were supported....do u think there will be pullback....
foxy22
17/6/2020
15:32
Washington is said to be preparing a 1 trillion infrastructure stimulus package to help get the worlds largest economy back in its feet. Most of the money is likely to be earmarked for projects such as roads and bridges, according to Bloomberg.
r9505571
17/6/2020
15:26
It'll go XD tommorrow which will mess everything up for the finish above 200p stakes.
podgyted
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