Rbg Dividends - RBGP

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Rbg Holdings Plc RBGP London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-3.00 -2.22% 132.00 16:03:39
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
135.00 132.00 135.00 132.00 135.00
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Rbg RBGP Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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scubadiverr: I see ST of IC covered RBGP yesterday, reiterating Buy recommendation with TP of 175p: https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/ideas/2021/09/16/rbg-s-fee-earners-worth-backing/
indigocarmine: Maybe that was the intent, but either he didn't measure up, or the role didn't suit him for whatever reason - in my mind it would be a far more serious issue to keep somebody in role they weren't capable of doing, so much better to let go and search for somebody else. Let's be honest, RBGP isn't a cosy coffee club. Nicola has made it quite clear they are only interested in people with serious ambition. I wouldn't want to work there, but then I've bought shares to get a return rather than fund a comfy workplace.
cormask: Has anybody received dividend for 27 Aug?
scubadiverr: I for one was kind of hoping to get my dividend reinvested at this morning's price. Really wishing this "tipster" had kept quiet
scubadiverr: Agreed. My dividend will be used to buy more here
maddox: Mr Market always appears to react disproportionately to short term news. Neptune is clearly a disappointment but there is far more to RBGP than this one case. Convex is performing strongly and the legal services market is running very hot. So, the investment case is still a strong one. We're on a rolling p/e of 15.3 so hardly stretched and towards the bottom of the sector with KEYS on a rolling p/e of 40. The large cases are lottery tickets but peripheral to my investment case.
dicktrade: RBGP usually issue a TU in the month after period end (FY or 1/2Y) so there could be one next week or the week following , but the recent acquisitions may have changed this.
bigbaggy: Hi Maddox - yes that was exactly what I heard her say at the post-AGM Q&A. Usually judgments are embargoed for a week, two weeks at most. Then handed down and often reported on in the specialist legal press, of course. I have no idea which case "Project Neptune" refers to of course. But some will - claimants and defendants plus all their respective legal teams, Court staff etc. Wouldnt that rank as "material insider knowledge" here ? (I am no expert in that area but it sounds like a valid question). So I would have thought that this justifies a short update announcement. From memory, RBGP have referred to 4 or 5 "mega cases" of which Neptune was the first. Appeals are rare and then rarely successful. Often just kicks the can down the road.
dan_the_epic: Midas kiss of death I dont rate RBGP at all. They are just getitng lucky on convex otherwise the story is lame
toptomcat: ST 'I feel that the 2021 prospective price/earnings (PE) ratio of 13 is still a decent entry point, and a forward dividend yield of 4.6 per cent is attractive, too. I raise my target price to 140p'
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