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NFDS Nthn.Foods

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Last Updated: 01:00:00
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Nthn.Foods NFDS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 75.00 01:00:00
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Northern Foods NFDS Dividends History

No dividends issued between 23 May 2014 and 23 May 2024

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Posted at 22/5/2024 10:54 by skinny
Despite the best efforts of the PHNX dividend today, I'm still looking very red.

I was handed this with a regular prescription earlier - is it just me that thinks this is irresponsible?
Posted at 21/5/2024 16:55 by mrphil
Well done Skinny. So is that a regular scan we are all supposed to have?

Not a great day for my lot, -0.45% SSE, GSK & FSFL but the latter will be giving me a nice dividend later in the week.

Still having issues with E.On Next regarding our SEG application which was made back in February. They are not responding to emails for several days and when they do it's a different person and they ask for all the same information again so we are making no progress at all. When we rang them and finally got someone to talk to a few weeks ago, they told us they had everything and all would now proceed, yet we have had several emails since asking for the same info again! I can't access the export reading on our meter but we must have exported many hundreds of kWh by now and should be getting 16.5p each!
Posted at 21/5/2024 11:18 by mrphil
My Min/Max thermometer has gone up the shoot - unless we really have been having 36°C every day with a minimum night time temperature of 25.8°C! I have ordered a new one which should be here by the weekend.

Some painful falls today, only partly offset by a nice dividend arriving from LLOY.
Posted at 17/5/2024 18:44 by blueliner
Folio +0.22% today, [FTSE All-Share -0.23%]
BHP, CLIG, RIO, PLUS the best.

On the week +1.3%
Share of the week : BT.A +27% remarkable. Am now showing a small profit. The dividend hike will be welcome.
Folio YTD +4.6%

Tonight it's a can of Vocation Life and Death IPA 6.5%.

Enjoy your weekends, weather set fair.
Posted at 02/5/2024 13:06 by aleman
Welcome to the medical thread!

Just joking. I'm sure you'll be hearing more from me in the near future when I get scan results. Is there anything they can do about it, Skinny?

I've been easing from individual stocks to investments trusts. I just see far too many small and medium companies blowing up or delisting and I sleep easier with current good value ITs spreading the risk more while also generating higher dividend income. IT discounts have been closing slightly, though I'm not convinced that will continue. The UK shows evidence of continuing recession in many results (See Reach "continuing weak ad spend" and previous comment on OECD forecast) rather than recovery so I've been leaning towards a more international bias for my ITs.
Posted at 01/5/2024 10:54 by mrphil
Morning All.

Aleman, I am sure dividend income will be clobbered if and when labour get in but to be honest that's not really any different to this lot who have already drastically reduced that and CGT allowances. I guess they have been thinking if they act like labour we won't notice the difference?! I pretty much emptied my pot outside of any ISA/SIPP recently as it's just getting all too hard to try and make any money without losing most of it in one tax or another. For the first time ever, I am actually thinking from a personal financial point of view it may not be any worse under labour, and that's a worrying thought! Just about all of my divi income is now inside the ISA or SIPP, with the exception of those from my own business but with all the extra costs that now incurs (increased minimum wage, increased business rates, increased corporation tax rates etc etc), there is unlikely to be much in the way of dividends there anyway!

Not a bad start to the day with CUSN & LLOY currently vying for top spot.
Posted at 01/5/2024 09:30 by aleman
Good morning. Sold the IGR for a modest profit overall for the holding, previous day top-up and same-day limit order - not a massive gain as I was a whisker under water but taken in fairly short order for a stock paying no income yet. I would have been happy to hang on to them as I think they will come (very?) good in the long run, but the short-sighted market will be surprised when all the cash disppears at the interims in a few months, eaten up by the Christmas stock-build. Maybe they will announce an interim dividend? Anyway, I now have a lump of cash to hunt out income again. I'm already probably headed for a record income year. The cash from this could add pushing 10% to it when reinvested.

Anyody heard any rumours as to what Labour might do to dividend income when they get in?

Bit of a hazy start but brightening.
Posted at 11/4/2024 08:17 by gateside
None of my portfolio are going ex dividend today, so I might beat the Markets for once!Good dividend increase announced from AZN this morning.
Posted at 05/4/2024 19:24 by blueliner
-0.61% folio, [FTSE All-Share -0.79%]

BA.,stands out again as the only substantial riser, it's my largest holding by value and accrued profit. Held now since 2011.
Miners took a drubbing, the trimming of dividends this last year in this sector didn't affect my tax year end dividend target by too much, only £15 short, but there was no growth.

On the week : +0.08% thanks to March dividends.

Shares of the week : CSN +6.5%, CMCX +6.7%.
Loser of the week : NTQ -10.5%
Folio YTD -1.7%

Watch out for storm Kathleen .
Posted at 29/2/2024 17:23 by aleman
-0.6% but happy with that since I lost 0.7% to ex-dividends today. (I know some account for retained dividends within portfolios such that it's a neutral event. I don't since mine are usually completely consumed by living expenses. If there is any left over - and I hope there might be this year if I can avoid recessionary dividend cuts - then any surplus will get recycled into investments and booked when it happens.)

Cold, grey and damp-feeling in the breeze without any actual drizzle. I had a prearranged cycle with a friend and he wanted York for coffee so I went in again but we tried somewhere new. We walked back on the peripheral streets and, in his words, its frightening how many empty shop units there are away from the more touristy streets. I'm wondering where all those people are working now. I find the unemployment numbers hard to believe, given this and vacancy figures well below the pre-Covid average now. 10.6C after 5.2C. Something wintery for us tomorrow?

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