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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
  -38.00 -2.53% 1,466.50 1,476.50 1,478.00 1,517.50 1,455.00 1,495.00 4,810,416 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Tobacco 31,594.0 1,690.0 106.0 13.8 14,031

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13/3/2020
13:04
some commonsense has returned
creditcrunchies
13/3/2020
12:40
What a loverly bounce today. Hopefully it will hold its gains but we've seen this over and over with the PM trading pulling it back. I still think we need to see a double bottom in the FTSE before getting too carried away. spud
spud
13/3/2020
11:18
I'm -13.9% down on my IMB holdings at the moment which isn't too bad considering the FTSE dropped -32%, it obviously involved a lot of buying the deep lows and offloading the more expensive blocks at the bursts higher, but I've always kept a block of IMB stock though throughout. My average is 1663 pence per share at the moment
creditcrunchies
13/3/2020
11:09
these are good stocks to hold in a depression, people sitting around getting stressed will still want nicotine at any cost. If people didn't need drugs the cartels in Columbia and Mexico would have been crushed decades ago. Look at it now Pablo Escobar was small fry compared to the power of the cartels now. Drug addiction has just sky rocketed. So tobacco stocks are just out of favour with the fund managers but they'll still keep their profits up through all of this chaos.
creditcrunchies
12/3/2020
23:39
buywell3 - 12 Aug 2019 - 19:18:04 - 4183 of 7548 Lloyds Bank (LLOY) 'On Topic only' - Thread - LLOY Bad day at Black Rock tomorrow methinks USA markets now look set IMO to drop to 20,000 U.S. Budget Gap Widens 27% in First 10 Months of Fiscal Year
buywell3
12/3/2020
23:17
Brilliant, I’ve also thought recently about having a cigarette after a break of 15 years also, however the fact I used to smoke a Phillip Morris Brand has stopped me!
lendmeafiver
12/3/2020
21:59
Slippery slope - but thanks for doing your bit for the cause !
eeza
12/3/2020
21:43
Well I've been given up smoking for 16 years however recently since all this corona virus chaos mayhem and collapsing share prices causing so much stress I've had the odd cigarette now and again 1 or 2 a day . I just dont think in the current environment smokers are going to be giving up any time soon more like smoking more !
rbonnier
12/3/2020
21:19
Shows she doesn't know more than us, lol !!!
eeza
12/3/2020
21:09
well one of the directors - Mrs Sue Clark - bought 5000 on the 15th Jan, at 1996.... oops
jezza123
12/3/2020
21:02
I have a similar amount of shares as you I feel your pain lol, but being the optimist that I am I think 5 years years from now we will be rolling in it :)
stevey82
12/3/2020
19:20
lol, £24.57 for me, fortunately I only have 2000 of them. Taking in passed dividends so far I'm down £16,388 hmmm, still on the positive side a dividend of £1440.20 about to fall due!
10576190
12/3/2020
17:36
I've got an average of £23 per share, I'll be underwater for years just have to keep reinvesting the dividend and hope for the best
stevey82
12/3/2020
17:31
We need to hit panic mode before moving towards recovery mode. Always been the case. spud
spud
12/3/2020
17:14
Spud, I've never been there before, why is it a good thing?
stevey82
12/3/2020
17:02
I'm amazed that companies don't suspend dealing in their shares. It would give breathing space if nothing else.
irenekent
12/3/2020
14:34
Looks as if the Market is in full on panic mode at last! For those who haven't been here before, that's a very good thing.. spud
spud
12/3/2020
14:33
Was that the bottom ;-)
strutt12
12/3/2020
14:32
Don't fall in love with it FFS.
essentialinvestor
12/3/2020
13:14
Buying in tranches is probably the best strategy. I never thought it would trade in the £13 and now it looks possible that we could break into the £12 range. I'm topping up here but unsure if I would top up further in the near term for overall exposure.
tcroc
12/3/2020
08:59
I am minded of that old expression about falling knives - the trouble is a lot of the young 'uns have been buying the dip for many many years now, and so probably have no idea what a proper crash looks like poor dabs. Just like back in 2008 make your trades and then switch off your computer and come back in a couple of years - keep yours noses clean boys and girls, best of luck.
jezza123
12/3/2020
08:38
The £20 should have been put in s/hlders pockets. It would still be £20 - instead of £10.
eeza
12/3/2020
08:34
Now is the time IMB should be buying back its stock, not when it was above 20 quid (easy for me to say that now). I guess what I'm trying to say is that it should only be employed when there is a definite undervaluation.It's fire power has been wasted previously like a machine gun when it should have been used like a precision rifle. spud
spud
12/3/2020
00:55
buywell3 is a troll. He's on his fourth 'buywell' incarnation and I expect he'd like to move to 'buywell4' as he's filtered by nearly everyone in his present guise, but some wag already registered as 'buywell4' in order to troll him ;0)
cassini
12/3/2020
00:35
The coronavirus wasn't even heard of at the time of your post 3.10.2019 you complete and utter ignoramous.
rbonnier
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