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Etf Name Etf Symbol Market Stock Type Etf ISIN Etf Description
Ish Coreftse100 ISF London Exchange Traded Fund IE0005042456 ISHARES CORE FTSE100 UCITS ETF GBP(DIST)
  Price Change Price Change % Etf Price Last Trade
-2.80 -0.41% 680.50 16:35:06
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
684.10 679.75 684.15 680.50 683.30
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Ish Coreftse100 ISF Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
09/03/2017InterimGBX6.1528/02/201628/02/201716/03/201717/03/201731/03/201727.92
08/12/2016InterimGBX5.0528/02/201628/02/201715/12/201616/12/201630/12/20160
08/09/2016InterimGBX7.8828/02/201628/02/201715/09/201616/09/201630/09/20160
09/06/2016InterimGBX8.8428/02/201628/02/201716/06/201617/06/201629/06/20160
03/03/2016InterimGBX4.7828/02/201528/02/201610/03/201611/03/201629/03/201628.09
03/12/2015InterimGBX8.6528/02/201528/02/201610/12/201511/12/201530/12/20150
17/08/2015InterimGBX5.228/02/201528/02/201627/08/201528/08/201517/09/20150
18/05/2015InterimGBX9.4628/02/201528/02/201628/05/201529/05/201518/06/20150
16/02/2015InterimGBX2.0828/02/201428/02/201526/02/201527/02/201519/03/201521.75
11/11/2014InterimGBX6.8528/02/201428/02/201527/11/201428/11/201418/12/20140
11/08/2014InterimGBX5.2328/02/201428/02/201520/08/201422/08/201410/09/20140
12/05/2014InterimGBX7.5928/02/201428/02/201521/05/201423/05/201411/06/20140
17/02/2014InterimGBX2.5328/02/201328/02/201426/02/201428/02/201419/03/201421.49
18/11/2013InterimGBX5.1528/02/201328/02/201427/11/201329/11/201318/12/20130
19/08/2013InterimGBX5.2528/02/201328/02/201428/08/201330/08/201318/09/20130
20/05/2013InterimGBX8.5628/02/201328/02/201429/05/201331/05/201331/05/20130
11/02/2013InterimGBX2.9828/02/201228/02/201320/02/201322/02/201313/03/201320.59
12/11/2012InterimGBX5.6128/02/201228/02/201321/11/201223/11/201212/12/20120
13/08/2012InterimGBX4.5628/02/201228/02/201322/08/201224/08/201212/09/20120
14/05/2012InterimGBX7.4428/02/201228/02/201323/05/201225/05/201213/06/20120
13/02/2012InterimGBX2.6628/02/201128/02/201222/02/201224/02/201221/03/201218.55
14/11/2011InterimGBX3.9628/02/201128/02/201223/11/201125/11/201121/12/20110
15/08/2011InterimGBX5.5428/02/201128/02/201224/08/201126/08/201121/09/20110
16/05/2011InterimGBX6.3928/02/201128/02/201225/05/201127/05/201122/06/20110
14/02/2011InterimGBX2.2428/02/201028/02/201123/02/201125/02/201123/03/201115.68
15/11/2010InterimGBX3.2228/02/201028/02/201124/11/201026/11/201022/12/20100
16/08/2010InterimGBX3.4228/02/201028/02/201125/08/201027/08/201022/09/20100
17/05/2010InterimGBX6.828/02/201028/02/201126/05/201028/05/201023/06/20100

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
13/6/2014
09:54
dr biotech: Even ADVFN has given up with this one looking at financials - last dividend they have on record is years ago.
30/11/2011
12:12
miata: China reserve rate cut pushing ISF up.
27/11/2011
18:27
miata: ISF opportunities this week.
08/9/2011
17:39
miata: "Low‑cost index tracking funds from providers such as Vanguard, HSBC or Fidelity look remarkably good value. Vanguard, let's remind ourselves, has a TER of just 0.15%, with HSBC coming in at 0.27% and Fidelity at 0.3%. Or, in the shape of individual shares that you can tuck in your portfolio, index‑tracking ETFs such as the HSBC FTSE 100 ETF (LSE: HUKX), or iShares' FTSE 100 ETF (LSE: ISF). HSBC's ETF costs you just 0.34%, while the iShares product is a tad more expensive at 0.4%."
15/8/2011
16:22
minky65: just over 5p divi announced to be payed next month.
13/8/2011
20:19
bobp: westi, more standard. If you go to charts, pick, say 3 or 5 years and then overlay the ftse100 you'll see. Also there's a divi of sorts. Buy if you want to track the ftse100 but don't want to risk a single shares expo. Remember BP., a share that you'd never hae thought would have collapsed but that one incident off the US took its toll. With an index its obviously spread. I find it good as a core holding but also to short term trade.
16/6/2011
14:14
eric gardener: Bought again at 65, it can't go much lower can it? without a bounce, even just a teeny weeny one.......please. It was all looking so good, unfortuately there is a metaphorical rain cloud over my holdings. Earlier today I sat on -£14k - it's not as bad as it sound because there's 2k of divs being paid in the next 2 weeks. I have bought more bp at 426 and isf at 65. Sit back collect dividends and put head in bucket of sand.
13/6/2011
19:23
eric gardener: iukd only pays 4.5% pa and isf pays 3%, I don't see what all the fuss is about! you can easily make 30%+ pa simply trading the ups and downs of isf and collecting a few divs it really is quite straight forward. And on the subject of divs I believe we get our isf div next week 22nd I believe. so there's yet more money in the pot for doing nothing very much at all!
25/5/2011
08:41
minsky: Last night close (4:30pm) FTSE=5858 This morning: FTSE=5830 - Down 0.47% Last night close (4:30pm) ISF=590 This morning ISF=581 - Down 1.5% Do they re-base after the dividend?
27/4/2011
21:34
eric gardener: some great points there bob, usually the barc results would have had the whole market down 2% but it was shrugged off, and the dow is remarkably strong again. The weak opening forced me out at just over 608. As to getting back in again my strategy is slightly different for the next one, of course I have been long well before the unfortunate japan earthquake and the events in Libya, the problem was when the market dipped on these two occasion I had limited funds to add, I am very long BP in 2 lots at a b/e of 480. Given the choice of adding to isf or BP I went for the oil related option of BP. (the divi has returned and it's quarterly - next ex day in may I believe) With funds only spare to add if there was armageddon (it's funny how the thought arises). At one point on isf alone I was 12k down - had to clean my pants a few times that day I tell you. I intend to buy again on a down day but just out of caution I will possibly buy some xuks, or have a small short s/bet. there's nothing quite like going long and watching the whole lot tip downwards.
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