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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imperial Brands Plc LSE:IMB London Ordinary Share GB0004544929 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -36.00 -2.37% 1,482.50 1,482.00 1,482.50 1,515.50 1,463.50 1,511.00 699,818 15:57:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Tobacco 31,594.0 1,690.0 106.0 14.0 14,184

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/2/2020
08:07
And Hong Kong?
diggybee
26/2/2020
00:02
Looks like everything will be much cheaper by the weekend.Wait?
zztop
25/2/2020
18:07
Thanks guys for your thoughts, i bought Shell when the oil price crashed and did very well, been in BP for yonks. Was just thinking Shell might make £20 before this one does. i will give it a few more days, bought some Shell on the spreads today lets see.... WJ.
w1ndjammer
25/2/2020
17:46
I'm looking at Shell and BP. Shell is on an 8% divi at the moment, BP. is just over 7%. I did notice from the ADVFN stats that Shell (RDSB) is paying about 142p divi/share and has 'basic earnings' per share of 151p. Not much divi cover there. Shell also has about 350p/share cash knocking around. It could pay the divi, and in fact hasn't cut a divi since 1945 allegedly, so I should think they won't be keen on losing that record. In fact someone on the RDSB board here replied to my thoughts with a quote from some Shell exec saying (roughly) that anyone that would cut the divi isn't interested in being a world class investment company. So, my thoughts, FWIW, is they won't cut the divi just for a bad quarter or even a bad year. These companies are surely worth a bounce short term as well. Looking at the BP. chart it's touched the bottom of its trading channel. On the downside, neither Shell nor BP's mid term charts look great. I'm thinking of dipping in to both, but I won't be filling my boots, just nibbling. Shell could see 1400-1500p in extremis and BP could see 350-400p.
cassini
25/2/2020
17:33
I've recently bought some Shell. Not too far from my next target as well. I've also bought into BP and they just about touched my 2nd target today, but I don't have any cash available in my ISA. I'm actually in the process of transferring a cash ISA, but infuriatingly will have to wait until next week for it to go through, so I'm being forced to sit on the sidelines for now. Perhaps being forced to sit out will ultimately get me in a better price, but I can see the price reversing before the funds clear and so I'm getting quite tempted to sell a small amount here to buy some more oil shares on the coronavirus dip
poopypoopants
25/2/2020
16:59
Bought into Shell today @£17,90
strutt12
25/2/2020
16:38
I think Shell will snap back when the world turns a corner on the virus, but I just don't know when that will be. So I'll wait it out ... we've heard nothing of Africa ... and I can't help thinking that will pop soon ... so more gloom and doom to come.
alex1621
25/2/2020
15:17
Thinking of flipping half my holding here into Shell if the SP`s come into alignment Been watching and they are now on the same page... Any thoughts from you guys. WJ.
w1ndjammer
25/2/2020
14:04
The only markets that I know without withholding tax is London and Singapore ... the Singapore dollar is weakening due to COVID-19 so it might be a happy hunting ground soon.
alex1621
25/2/2020
12:29
Alex, would say I'm agnostic tbh. Atheists can seem a little devout in their non belief!. Total SA looks better placed than Shell medium termi mv, but you have FX and some withholding tax I think. Shell is like an elastic band atm, there is a large up day overdue, timing it is more difficult.
essentialinvestor
25/2/2020
11:23
Tobacco industry and corona virus Http://www.politico.com/newsletters/prescription-pulse/2020/02/18/how-the-tobacco-industry-could-join-the-coronavirus-fight-488346
mr_rooster
25/2/2020
11:21
Essential ... shame on you destroying little Greta's future ... how dare you!I'm looking at Shell too, but I still think we've got a few more COVID-19 shocks to come the next couple of months.
alex1621
25/2/2020
10:13
Cant see the cigar bussines being sold!! hxxps://www.marketscreener.com/IMPERIAL-BRANDS-PLC-9590191/news/Imperial-Brands-Cuban-cigar-sales-increase-but-face-challenges-in-2020-30054918/
dmore2
25/2/2020
08:39
Well if there is an all knowing, all powerful, all loving God, then looking around at his handy work, I'm just not that impressed. It looks to me like he doesn't really give a sh1t ).
essentialinvestor
25/2/2020
08:22
Cassini already has ... thank you. Just mocking the dialect.
alex1621
24/2/2020
22:03
Yes but that doesn’t answer my question Alex.
luderitz
24/2/2020
21:53
I was a Catholic, until I reached the age of reason - George Carlin.
essentialinvestor
24/2/2020
15:57
Pardon my ignorance on the subject .. but who Yasuus?
luderitz
24/2/2020
12:15
I think it touches on vaping not being the safe alternative it is marketed as? I don't quite buy that argument as it appears to be more effective in getting people off smoking than anything else. I can't help thinking that the crack down is perversely good for tobacco companies as less people quit smoking. The Land of the Free has never dropped its prohibition sensibilities for anything deemed sinful ... just load up your house with semi automatics and pray to Yasuus!
alex1621
24/2/2020
11:56
Might be interesting because of the theme but won’t move the share price a jot I expect.
luderitz
24/2/2020
11:30
This might be of interest to some of you - there's a Dispatches programme on Channel 4 at 8pm tonight called The Secrets of Big Tobacco: Has Philip Morris International Really Given Up Smoking? Obviously the focus is on Philip Morris, but I'm sure they will cover themes relevant to the wider industry
poopypoopants
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