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STAN Standard Chartered Plc

662.80
-3.20 (-0.48%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Standard Chartered Plc STAN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-3.20 -0.48% 662.80 16:35:23
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
668.40 661.80 679.60 662.80 666.00
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Industry Sector
BANKS

Standard Chartered STAN Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date
23/02/2024FinalUSD0.2107/03/202408/03/202417/05/2024
28/07/2023InterimUSD0.0610/08/202311/08/202313/10/2023
06/02/2023FinalUSD0.1423/02/202324/02/202311/05/2023
15/07/2022InterimGBP0.03675911/08/202212/08/202214/10/2022
17/02/2022FinalGBP0.06894124/02/202225/02/202212/05/2022
22/07/2021InterimGBP0.02204912/08/202113/08/202122/10/2021
10/02/2021FinalGBP0.06472404/03/202105/03/202120/05/2021
17/07/2019InterimGBP0.05676808/08/201909/08/201921/10/2019

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Posted at 29/8/2023 07:17 by togglebrush
Sells Aviation Leasing business due before Full Year 2023 Earnings Release February 20th 2024.., possible spccial divi looking at the numbers
Posted at 28/7/2023 07:18 by togglebrush
Ex Divi 10th (UK) August : Curremcy 18 September; Paid 13 October in Part 2 of Accounts
Posted at 28/7/2023 07:11 by boystown
Very strong results and patently undervalued as ever. Interim divi up 50% to 6 cents - but they don't say when it's payable AFAICS???
Posted at 26/4/2023 08:20 by wsm812
It is a great report and would have done a lot better if the external financial climate were not what it is currently. I feel that the other banks will rise more on these results than STAN will!
Posted at 26/4/2023 07:10 by togglebrush
Bill Winters, Group Chief Executive, said:

"We have delivered another strong set of results in the first quarter of 2023,
with income up 13 per cent year-on-year and underlying profit before tax up 25
per cent. Business performance continues to improve across our markets and
products and has been achieved in what continues to be an uncertain
environment. We remain highly liquid and strongly capitalised with a CET1
ratio towards the top of our target range. We remain optimistic about our
continued strong performance and now expect 2023 income to grow around 10 per
cent, the top end of our range, and remain confident in the delivery of all of
our financial targets, including our return on tangible equity targets."

1Q'23 financial performance

• Return on tangible equity of 11.9%, up 170bps YoY

• Income up 8% to $4.4bn, up 13% YoY at constant currency (ccy)

- Net interest income up 18% at ccy

' Etc Etc

Of interest buried deep in the report FWIW The Group is accruing a provisional interim 2023 ordinary share dividend over the first half of 2023, which is calculated formulaically at one third of the ordinary dividend paid in 2022 or 6 cents a share.
Posted at 11/4/2023 14:46 by bountyhunter
A new UK Banks comparison thread with colour coded links alongside the prices at the top to all the main threads (including this one):



Despite the recent drop STAN is still leading the pack over a one year timeframe.
Posted at 16/2/2023 11:40 by togglebrush
Full Year results look very impressive, huge profit hike and dividend up from 9 cents to 14 cents. Well worth a read
Posted at 10/2/2023 14:36 by richardbroughton
Ah, if you are into time travel perhaps you wouldn't mind telling where STAN will be in 12 months? Thanks, most grateful, even 6 months would be OK?
Posted at 30/3/2022 13:00 by mo123
The world's largest lender Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, warned wednesday that China faces shrinking demand and weakening expectations.
Will probably affect Stan as well, just on a basic readover.

BOA re China “We are cautious on the sectors that could be more vulnerable to the lockdown measures, ie real estate, consumer discretionary (auto, hotels, apparels), and transportation infrastructure. We have also become more negative on insurance and media sectors, for their weak earnings momentum,”.
What the bank does like are tech hardware and semiconductor, healthcare, diversified financials and chemicals.
Posted at 30/10/2021 22:15 by pdriccio
Read this today, hopefully they hit their targets which could result in a massive rerate Temple Bar: The opportunities and myths in UK equities. 18 Oct 2021Standard Chartered over-soldI'll probably just spend two seconds talking about the banks, as well. The banks, if I pick onĀ Standard Chartered (STAN). Standard Chartered is an interesting example. It's an Asian focused bank. It's a good example of a company which has effectively, been penalised because it's in the UK and investors have been selling down the UK. Standard Chartered trades on around half times book value. Half times book value, it's got a target to make a 10% return on equity and that assumes, by the way, that interest rates remain at current levels. Again, you can do the maths. If you're on half times book and you make a 10% return on equity, that means you're on a PE of five. So that's an earnings yield of around 20%. So supremely attractive valuation. Again, a good example. You look at the banks overseas, because they don't suffer from the UK effect, if that's the way you want to think about it, their priced at book value and in the case of the US banks, actually, a premium to book value. So again, companies with perfectly reasonable prospects being unduly penalised because they happen to be listed in the UK and leaving very attractive returns on the table for people who are prepared to take a contrarian mindset. Obviously, we'll go into questions, but I think that's probably it from us.Ā 

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