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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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25/3/2020
16:25
Agree on the RDSB comparable, we will have one of those days here soon when it jumps to 1550 I think.
lendmeafiver
25/3/2020
16:24
Given 65% of eps isn’t vastly different from the current dividend level the company would be better off from a PR point of view just freezing it at the current level, they can afford it after all especially given its borrowing costs will be falling currently.
lendmeafiver
25/3/2020
15:52
I think we are seeing a RDSB situation here whereby everyone was questioning the low price/divi cut etc etc. Currently it has spun up accompanied by the wringing of hands and wails of : 'I wish I had bought more sub 10 quid' and all that old guff! spud
spud
25/3/2020
15:48
yeh still a substantial divy for holders and good for long term health of company - win/win
brianbrain
25/3/2020
15:32
That sounds far better than my initial calculation. I took the EPS figure from the ADVFN financial page of £1.06 and got 68.9p. Further investigations of premlims from Nov 19 give adjusted EPS of £2.73 with 65% @ £1.77. I could live with that.
dcarn
25/3/2020
14:39
65% of EPS is circa £1-80, therefore around 14% yield.
lendmeafiver
25/3/2020
13:27
Brown envelopes and strange handshakes spring to mind....spud
spud
25/3/2020
13:27
I personally think new CEO will trim it. How much by, not a clue - perhaps go to the 65% of EPS payout ratio model adopted by BATS? I personally think it would be the right decision for the long term health of the business and would give him some breathing space to implement his new strategy and sort out NGP once and for all.
brianbrain
25/3/2020
13:24
FFS has UBS cut IMB to £12 what the hell is all that about has everyone stopped smoking imb brands and are smoking bats instead
catswhiskas
25/3/2020
13:17
That may not cut the divi look a good buying price now
stevenrevell
25/3/2020
13:12
Not sure the company would half in market cap on a divy cut. Halving would value it as 3 times profits! It seemed to boost VOD’s share price (at the time) when they cut the divy.
brianbrain
25/3/2020
13:04
As has been stated numerous times, they don't need to cut the dividend! The share undervaluation is exaggerating the yield. Cutting the divi would half the share price imo & rebase it to the same yield again. spud
spud
25/3/2020
12:59
They should cut capex on NGP’s and increase the dividend in my view.
lendmeafiver
25/3/2020
12:49
I am not entirely sure that the dividend is relevant at these levels the prices of all sorts of companies are all over the place as markets do whatever they are supposed to do or trying to do. I think I read it in a Questor column last couple of days warning of companies with big debt etc but that not all debt is bad(a eureka moment), much depends on relationship between EBIT and interest payments. Ebit at twice interest payment is pretty good. IMBs EBIT is 7.5 times their annual interest charge. Dont take my word for it its in their 2019 report. Taylor Wimpey Persimmon Redrow Bellway Berkeley etc have all cancelled their divs in last few days.all have rallied. market is rewarding survival rather than just paying div. IMB could do both
muscletrade
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.
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