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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Halfords Group Plc HFD London Ordinary Share GB00B012TP20 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-7.00 -2.36% 289.50 16:35:15
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
289.50 287.50 296.00 289.50 296.50
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Halfords HFD Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
07/11/2019InterimGBX6.1803/04/201903/04/202004/12/201905/12/201917/01/20206.18
21/05/2019FinalGBX12.3929/03/201829/03/201925/07/201926/07/201930/08/201918.57
09/11/2017InterimGBX629/03/201829/09/201807/12/201708/12/201719/01/20180
08/11/2018InterimGBX6.1828/03/201828/09/201813/12/201814/12/201818/01/20190
22/05/2018FinalGBX12.0330/03/201730/03/201826/07/201827/07/201831/08/201818.03
25/05/2017FinalGBX11.6831/03/201631/03/201703/08/201704/08/201725/08/201717.51
25/05/2017SpecialGBX1031/03/201631/03/201703/08/201704/08/201725/08/20170
10/11/2016InterimGBX5.8330/03/201630/09/201615/12/201616/12/201620/01/20170
01/06/2016FinalGBX11.301/04/201501/04/201606/08/201607/08/201628/08/201617
12/11/2015InterimGBX5.702/04/201502/10/201517/12/201518/12/201522/01/20160
05/06/2015FinalGBX1103/04/201403/04/201506/08/201507/08/201528/08/201516.5
06/11/2014InterimGBX5.526/03/201426/09/201418/12/201419/12/201423/01/20150
22/05/2014FinalGBX9.128/03/201328/03/201402/07/201404/07/201401/08/201414.3
07/11/2013InterimGBX5.228/03/201328/09/201318/12/201320/12/201324/01/20140
23/05/2013FinalGBX9.129/03/201229/03/201303/07/201305/07/201302/08/201317.1
21/11/2012InterimGBX828/03/201228/09/201219/12/201221/12/201225/01/20130
31/05/2012FinalGBX1401/04/201101/04/201204/07/201206/07/201203/08/201222
10/11/2011InterimGBX830/03/201130/09/201121/12/201123/12/201127/01/20120
09/06/2011FinalGBX1401/04/201001/04/201129/06/201101/07/201105/08/201122
18/11/2010InterimGBX801/04/201001/04/201115/12/201017/12/201024/01/20110
10/06/2010FinalGBX1431/03/200931/03/201030/06/201002/07/201006/08/201020
19/11/2009InterimGBX628/03/200928/09/200918/12/200918/12/200925/01/20100
10/06/2009FinalGBX10.931/03/200831/03/200916/06/200918/06/200905/08/200915.9
24/11/2008InterimGBX528/03/200828/09/200826/11/200828/11/200807/01/20090
05/06/2008FinalGBX10.3531/03/200731/03/200811/06/200813/06/200830/07/200815.1
22/11/2007InterimGBX4.7528/03/200728/09/200728/11/200730/11/200709/01/20080
04/06/2007FinalGBX9.531/03/200631/03/200727/06/200729/06/200701/08/200713.85
23/11/2006InterimGBX4.3530/03/200630/09/200629/11/200601/12/200608/01/20070
08/06/2006FinalGBX8.7531/03/200531/03/200614/06/200616/06/200614/08/200612.75
24/11/2005InterimGBX430/03/200530/09/200530/11/200502/12/200509/01/20060
09/06/2005FinalGBX8.301/04/200401/04/200515/06/200517/06/200501/08/200512
24/11/2004InterimGBX3.701/04/200401/10/200401/12/200403/12/200410/01/20050

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
19/2/2021
10:05
tomps2: Halfords (HFD) on the Stockopedia / Piworld February 2021 StockSlam. Diarmuid O’Hare’s thoughts from 55:52. Video - Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2021/02/19/stockopedia-piworld-virtual-stockslam-february-2021-with-damian-cannon/ Podcast - Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/stockopediapiworld-virtual-stockslam-february-2021-with-damian-cannon/
18/2/2021
06:43
kendonagasaki: Fact.NORGES bank selling HFD shares and reducing investment here.
29/1/2021
21:41
kendonagasaki: Just through latest figure.HFD are very grateful I'm sure for all the goverment assistance they recieved through Furlough assistance programme.80 percent of all staff on furlough were indeed payed by taxpayers such as my good self!As HFD had thier best year ever..ever!It is great to see that they have re-payed the goverment not 1 iota not 1!GS is about to sack half his deputy mangers and he decides to sell over half a million shares before the proverbial hits the fan as they say?I, with out a doubt am sure that Golden Sugarballs has done every thing in a ship shape and BristolFashion?Something smells here....??And is not my only foot!
29/1/2021
21:23
kendonagasaki: Nice to know they still have the 180 million pound revolving credit line in place.They may need it if they can not spring forward from the recessionary environment that is on the horizon.Maybe Graham thinks they can not?Maybe Graham thought it was the best time to sell now?Maybe Graham thinks that if the Chairman blessed his action to sell his shares at current at an all time current high, that too is ok.So where I feel somewhat perturbed is that I do believe now that they are in a process of making many redundancies in thier infrastructure and they have not communicated effectively or clearly the severity of thier actions to share holders?I'm not a legal expert...however if the CEO has just sold a large chunk of shares whilst he may have been party to sensitive share price movement if it was communicated to major shareholders makes me feel a little bit uneasy.However I am sure that the correct protocols were in place and the current chairperson sanctioned the sale of HFD shares given GS as part of his prior severance package.Now... the only question that remains is that if GS is aware, which Imo he must be, why sell your shares if you know you are about to make some 50 percent of your workforce of store management redundant.????!I'm not a member of the FCA, they are far too useless, but when I hear the bell ring out loud and chime, I would at least want to know who said they could pull the rug..sorry the rope in order to do so.
23/1/2021
13:51
kendonagasaki: Yes....he just come across as uninspired, shifty and greedy.But hey I could be wrong.HFD are only doing well I suppose as supermarkets and other retailers that are allowed to open.He has been lucky rather than a brilliant CEO imo.Only so much cost cutting can be done let's hope they are cutting out dead wood and not useful idiots!
22/1/2021
20:57
kendonagasaki: Morti 1 i have just heard they are making 1 assistant manager redundant in all there stores.As far as I am aware they currently operate their retail stores on a Store manager and a manager on the Automobile department and a manager on their Bikes department.That's great for the bottom line but what department loses a manager.Which dept is more important?I mean after all it's not Car Phone Warehouse....?Or maybe the CEO thinks it still is?I read the results RNS and it did not say they were going to make another 400 redundancies in stores....?Perhaps GS did bank his 540,000 pounds at the right time?Why was this if true not mentioned to us shareholders?Deciding to make redundant a large proportion of your experienced workforce is not something that should be brushed under ones carpet imo.I'm sure he is open a massive bottle of KRUG as I post on a job well done?Caution is advised here until HFD can be more forthcoming with factual and not detractual information to all share holders big or small.Or did they only tell the big boys?Caution is advised.....no one likes bad news second hand!!!!!
14/1/2021
11:03
greco600: Haha yeah..I'm sure I remember it happening before and I'm sure it was hfd
11/12/2020
15:35
pixtel: Sold ALL my HFD holdngs as there were juicier places to put the money short term.. Good luck to all who still hold. Beware the pressure on them to repay rates relief as many other retailers have done once dividends restart. This money is flattering the figures this year.
18/11/2020
15:20
adeg: The none payment of the dividend is important. Companies are run for the benefit of their shareholders and while a 6p interim dividend is immaterial when the share price swings 40p in a day, so is the CEOs annual salary but I don't see that getting stopped. Strong, stable companies pay a regular dividend, preferably one that grows over time.
18/11/2020
08:43
wetpantz: Results haven't shot the lights out, sold the rest of my position. HFD was handed a huge pandemic opportunity but failed to make the most of it. The stores I've visited are largely empty and website is pretty poor and buggy compared to other retailers. There's only so many bikes the UK will buy and the MoT backlog won't last forever. Push into electric cars not great for HFD either. Still high debt and liabilities (leases)
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