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GLB Glanbia Plc

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Announcement Date Type Currency Amount Ex-Dividend Date Record Date Payment
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1422 23/8/2023 25/8/2023 06/10/2023
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1928 22/3/2023 24/3/2023 05/5/2023
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1293 24/8/2022 26/8/2022 07/10/2022
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 1.0864 23/3/2022 25/3/2022 06/5/2022
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1175 18/8/2021 20/8/2021 01/10/2021
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1594 24/3/2021 26/3/2021 07/5/2021
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1068 19/8/2020 21/8/2020 02/10/2020
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1594 11/3/2020 13/3/2020 24/4/2020
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1068 21/8/2019 23/8/2019 04/10/2019
- Dividend income or Cash Dividend EUR 0.1449 13/3/2019 15/3/2019 26/4/2019
Dividends data is taken only from official company reports.

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Posted at 12/8/2021 07:44 by our haven
Stunning results, way ahead of market expectations. Increased dividend and a share buyback. Take over of another business in the pipeline. The market is going to like this IMO.
Posted at 08/7/2021 14:56 by jdaku

Can someone please kindly confirm which figure is correct.

Stock: GLB- Glanbia

Stockopedia is reporting the current net Debt figure as €604m however on the glanbia investors anuual report the net debt states: €493.9m

I queried this with Stockopedia and received the following repsonse:

Thanks for this. We most probably use a different definition of net debt.
We define it as total debt (768.39) minus cash and short-term investments (164.30), where total debt represents total interest-bearing debt outstanding; it does not include derivative liabilities.
If the company report treats line-items -for example derivative liabilities and/or short-term investment- differently, then the end result would, of course, change.

Thanks in advance
Posted at 09/10/2020 09:42 by our haven
All dividend now received.
Posted at 06/10/2020 08:34 by danj1975
Has anyone received their dividend from Glanbia? It was supposed to be paid on the 2nd of Oct but it has still not come through. Thanks
Posted at 14/4/2012 07:45 by deltar
Wex - GLB has just come on my radar. Looks very solid so will probably be investing in the near future. Thanks for the link to the blog. Visited once already and found it very useful.
Posted at 07/1/2005 12:03 by m.t.glass
And for comparison with other foodies..

(2004 GLB up 34%, CWK 59%, ITF 55%, RFD 54%)
Posted at 07/1/2005 11:50 by m.t.glass
Despite the pension concerns and other doubts expressed above, it still ended 2004 up by a third.
Posted at 16/2/2004 19:32 by wipo1
Hi Hypocrite,

How are you getting on?, sorry not been on this board of late, just leaving GLB tucked away for long-term. Noticed Market makers mucking this one about - I am holding for 180-200p.
Posted at 11/12/2003 09:41 by wipo1

Thanks again for the info, much apreciated. Ive not been trading much on the markets of late, being selling a few stocks recently. Still holding all of me GLB though, stock still looks good value to me and I think the company is worth nearer 500 million.

Chart looking like its breaking out!
Posted at 25/11/2003 10:05 by wipo1
Hi Hypocrite,

Thanks for the info mate, like you say GLB listing a bit pointless if MMs only want to trade 1000 shares!

It looks fairly quiet for the moment, when are the next results due?
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