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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
  -14.50 -0.95% 1,504.50 1,500.50 1,501.50 1,529.00 1,484.00 1,525.00 2,186,482 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Tobacco 31,594.0 1,690.0 106.0 14.2 14,394

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11/3/2020
21:42
Hi mate, investing in single names is hard work. I've been torn a new one on RDSB, HL, FEVR, CGC, RBS, CINE, PDL, but investing is for the long run. I must admit I don't have all the cash if like but I'm holding the portfolio. IMB is at a level where I'd consider adding if I have spare cash in the portfolio. Good luck
growthpotential
11/3/2020
17:39
Well said. As I've stated on the VOD board, this Market pullback isn't stock specific - Good, bad & indifferent are being hammered in equal measure. The guys who are suffering & contributing to the fall are holding SBs - The dreaded margin call...I suspect we've still another 10-15% fall in the Market still to come and another 18-24 months to recover to previous highs. All said (like yourself) from previous experience of investing from the early 90s. spud
spud
11/3/2020
17:22
CASSINI - Although words of comfort its the darkest hour before the dawn. I lived and worked in the city through 1973/74 when the market fell from 521 down to 147 in 18 months (Barber Boom). Nat West Bank shares were below par value and could not raise funds through a rights issue. Clients were just dumping their share portfolios as they could not take any more capital loss. January 3rd 1974 Burmah Oil had to be restructured, and three days later the market turned from 147 to over 300 within a month. Despite the downward market during 1973/73 dividends were maintained and increased. So long s you are not holding IMB on borrowed money, and although its likely the new CE when he joins in July might cut the dividend, if you capitulate now , you might regret it in 12 -24 months time. No borrowed money in these market, as we are in a down cycle, and nobody knows where the bottom will be when the current crisis with coronavirus will end and be resolved. However remember reversion to mean: if markets swings too far one way, it normally swings equally back (or so) in the other direction. Stay strong- its character building I can assure you: its all part of being in involved with irrational markets
1vrod
11/3/2020
16:52
I'm going to have to bail on this one this week if this keeps up. I can't replace the capital and I'm past my theoretical stop loss level now, plus...I'm way overinvested on Imperial due to a rookie mistake. Can't believe something that generates steady cash gets punished this badly...
cassini
11/3/2020
15:53
One thing's for sure, when the new broom comes in, it ain't going to be too difficult for him to improve on the share price! spud
spud
11/3/2020
15:51
Down at long-term support (2008-2009) here. If it doesn't stop here, I don't know where the bottom is.
cassini
11/3/2020
10:44
Having listened to a couple of the new CEO's conference calls (Inch) he's very sharp. Mentioned my own take on the dividend previously, think it will be cut IMV only. Luck to those holding.
essentialinvestor
11/3/2020
10:40
Is the new guy any good at knitting doillies and mittens? Wouldnt want to change anything the the previous elderly ladies used to do in the boardroom.
purplepelmets
11/3/2020
08:56
Thanks Irene, post 4434, wasn’t aware of that and well explained. I also agree about the delay appointing a new CEO, it’s certainly not helping the share price
warranty
10/3/2020
17:23
From £40 to just under £15 but a div yield of 13.8%. At this rate I could own the company by re-investing all my divs! The miracle of compound interest. Seriously though, I agree with Spud & Min2 it is ridiculous to have this delay in the new guy starting. Remember to vote down the next remuneration report and make sure that if your shares are held by nominees that they do too.
irenekent
10/3/2020
17:08
I’m also surprised that they couldn’t have placed the new man before July but it is what it is. The worst thing that could happen in the interim is reducing the dividend. The stock would tank. After all, that’s what is holding (kinda) the price atm. I suspect we’ll see a recovery (Markets permitting) in Q3/4. Till then, best to stop navel gazing. spud
spud
10/3/2020
16:40
BATS down today too. So it's nothing personal guys... Not that that helps of course.
cassini
10/3/2020
16:32
I'd inclined to stop looking at it for a few months. Butmry my head in the sand. It's awful. But hopefully will turn a corner.....gulp
siriain
10/3/2020
16:08
Only for BATS.
eeza
10/3/2020
15:53
Let's hope cigarette smoking is a cure for Covid-19 ... that'll do the trick.
alex1621
10/3/2020
15:38
looks like the low in 2009 was around 1400 maybe some support can be found.. WJ.
w1ndjammer
10/3/2020
15:30
Defensive.
eeza
10/3/2020
15:21
How low can this go?
lendmeafiver
10/3/2020
15:21
Now below..sigh
badtime
10/3/2020
15:10
Defending 1500 well. At present.
eeza
10/3/2020
14:05
Moody's Affirms Ratings Of Imperial Brands, Retains Stable Outlook. spud
spud
10/3/2020
11:17
Imperial no longer offer scrips. They now use DRIPS (dividend re-investment plans). The dividend is used to purchase shares in the company; usually at a competitive rate particularly for those holding shares in certificated form. Remember, that with certificates you do not pay rent to a platform or brokerage. You may pay more in commission at the time of purchase but you don't pay fees to hold them. This has saved me thousands of pounds over the years.
irenekent
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