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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
  17.50 1.18% 1,506.50 1,499.50 1,501.00 1,502.50 1,471.50 1,487.00 2,454,441 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Tobacco 31,594.0 1,690.0 106.0 14.2 14,413

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/3/2020
12:42
Blimey, don’t mention cutting the dividend on this board!
lendmeafiver
25/3/2020
12:34
I would expect that they might cut the dividend by 1/3rd. Though halving it would still give a decent yield. They have already flagged up the intention to ‘rebase’ the divi. The saving could be used to pull down the debt and make a more resilient company. Of course we have a new broom, so operational, we will have to wait until May to hear his plans. A think with so much uncertainty, the market probably feels no urgency to leap back into IMB at the moment.
damp seaweed
25/3/2020
12:33
I only bought these a week ago so I don't qualify :-( This list above says ex-dividend 20th Feb Payment 31st March
cool hand kev
25/3/2020
12:12
Divi payment day next week not x divi
stevenrevell
25/3/2020
12:09
hxxps://www.imperialbrandsplc.com/investors/shareholder-centre/dividends-history.html
cool hand kev
25/3/2020
12:04
Dividend next week.
lendmeafiver
25/3/2020
12:03
I think you might find tobacco investors are taking the opportunity to switch into other better managed tobacco and other stocks of temporal very cheap value.
minerve 2
25/3/2020
11:53
Well IMB are the perennial party-pooper. They couldn't rise if pumped full of helium.
eeza
25/3/2020
11:32
Volatile markets, could finish at £12 or £14 and anywhere in between. Just take advantage of it because once the market realises that this virus isn’t the Black Death after all there will be a lot of cash pouring back into equities chasing yields in my view.
lendmeafiver
25/3/2020
11:30
At the same level as November 2004. This sector is unloved and the only reason to be in it is for the massive steady yield. Everyone is expecting the dividend to be cut but I just can't see it personally - That's what is contributing to the decline imo. spud
spud
25/3/2020
11:27
FTSE dog. LOL.
action
25/3/2020
11:24
Something not right here, down 5%??
strutt12
25/3/2020
10:48
Took a few more today around £13, Just can’t turn down the dividend yield, plus I expect that once “the great panic of 2020” is over this will be back in the 20’s.
lendmeafiver
24/3/2020
17:18
That’s why we are here: www.sharecast.com/news/broker-recommendations/tobacco-dividends-safe-citi-says--7399006.html
lendmeafiver
24/3/2020
01:40
lol this stock has probably delt better (percentage wise)since october, than any other stock
dmore2
24/3/2020
01:02
buywell3 - 03 Oct 2019 - 08:24:03 - 2984 of 4461 Imperial Brands PLC (formerly Imperial Tobacco) - IMB This Chart in buywells opinion is looking very dire The recent pull cack was tiny compared to the previous one IMO if the USA slides further over the next coming couple of months or going into xmas as growth slows , and China trade remains unsolved 1500p chartwise as buywell has stated before looks like getting another visit Ramping a stock that is firmly locked in downtrend mode as amny are doing here is NOT setting a very good example to newbes looking in. dyor
buywell3
23/3/2020
13:42
Is this it? ejinme.com/article/S0953-6205(20)30110-2/fulltext
tomleafs
23/3/2020
13:18
Minerve......no sorry. It was copied and pasted from a comment in a publication somewhere . Trouble is i've forgotten which exactly as i go incognito in my browsing and lost track of where as its info overload on the Corona Virus at the moment in just about every web site visited. If i come across it again i'll post it here. Regards
pineapple1
23/3/2020
13:05
pineapple1 Can you provide a link to that article please. Thanks in advance. :)
minerve 2
23/3/2020
12:43
"One of the press releases of the European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, which presents the results of a study of 140 patients infected with coronavirus, contains unexpected data. ... the most striking thing is that the virus infects almost exclusively non-smokers! Among the diseased, only 1.4% smoked, while the percentage of active smokers in China is 27.3%! ” Perhaps a tarred/smoked lung doesn't make a happy environment for the virus to thrive?
minerve 2
22/3/2020
13:42
One of the press releases of the European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, which presents the results of a study of 140 patients infected with coronavirus, contains unexpected data. ... the most striking thing is that the virus infects almost exclusively non-smokers! Among the diseased, only 1.4% smoked, while the percentage of active smokers in China is 27.3%! ” Can't vouch for this. If true it should encourage people to start smoking again.......lol
pineapple1
22/3/2020
13:04
More people likely to die from stress than corona, & smokers will experience less stress, imo.
eeza
22/3/2020
11:44
Old news. First hit in Feb. Basically those that smoke generally have worse respiratory systems than those that don't. Fairly obvious I would have thought. spud
spud
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