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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Wh Smith Plc SMWH London Ordinary Share GB00B2PDGW16 ORD 22 6/67P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-52.00 -3.17% 1,590.00 16:29:55
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,622.00 1,581.00 1,637.00 1,590.00 1,642.00
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Wh Smith SMWH Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
12/11/2020InterimGBX0.867828/08/202028/02/202127/01/202128/01/202125/02/20210
17/10/2019FinalGBX4131/08/201831/08/201909/01/202010/01/202030/01/202058.2
11/04/2019InterimGBX17.228/08/201828/02/201911/07/201912/07/201901/08/20190
11/10/2018FinalGBX38.131/08/201731/08/201810/01/201911/01/201931/01/201954.1
12/04/2018InterimGBX1628/08/201728/02/201812/07/201813/07/201802/08/20180
12/10/2017FinalGBX33.631/08/201631/08/201711/01/201812/01/201801/02/201848.2
12/04/2017InterimGBX14.628/08/201628/02/201713/07/201714/07/201703/08/20170
13/10/2016FinalGBX30.531/08/201531/08/201612/01/201713/01/201702/02/201743.9
13/04/2016InterimGBX13.429/08/201529/02/201614/07/201615/07/201604/08/20160
15/10/2015FinalGBX27.331/08/201431/08/201514/01/201615/01/201604/02/201639.4
16/04/2015InterimGBX12.128/08/201428/02/201516/07/201517/07/201506/08/20150
16/10/2014FinalGBX24.231/08/201331/08/201408/01/201509/01/201529/01/201535
10/04/2014InterimGBX10.828/08/201328/02/201416/07/201418/07/201407/08/20140
10/10/2013FinalGBX21.331/08/201231/08/201308/01/201410/01/201430/01/201430.7
11/04/2013InterimGBX9.428/08/201228/02/201317/07/201319/07/201308/08/20130
11/10/2012FinalGBX18.631/08/201131/08/201202/01/201304/01/201331/01/201326.9
19/04/2012InterimGBX8.329/08/201129/02/201213/06/201215/06/201218/07/20120
13/10/2011FinalGBX15.331/08/201031/08/201104/01/201206/01/201202/02/201222.5
14/04/2011InterimGBX7.231/08/201031/08/201118/05/201120/05/201109/06/20110
14/10/2010FinalGBX13.331/08/200931/08/201005/01/201107/01/201103/02/201119.4
22/04/2010InterimGBX6.131/08/200931/08/201019/05/201021/05/201010/06/20100
04/11/2009FinalGBX11.331/08/200831/08/200906/01/201008/01/201004/02/201016.7
23/04/2009InterimGBX5.428/02/200828/02/200920/05/200922/05/200912/06/20090
09/10/2008FinalGBX9.731/08/200731/08/200807/01/200909/01/200905/02/200914.3
23/04/2008InterimGBX4.629/08/200729/02/200821/05/200823/05/200813/06/20080
11/10/2007FinalGBX8.131/08/200631/08/200709/01/200811/01/200806/02/200811.8
19/04/2007InterimGBX3.728/08/200628/02/200723/05/200725/05/200714/06/20070
12/10/2006FinalGBX6.231/08/200531/08/200603/01/200705/01/200706/02/200711.3
06/04/2006InterimGBX5.128/08/200528/02/200617/05/200619/05/200615/06/20060
13/10/2005FinalGBX9.231/08/200431/08/200504/01/200606/01/200607/02/200613.7
21/04/2005InterimGBX4.528/08/200428/02/200525/05/200527/05/200523/06/20050
14/10/2004FinalGBX831/08/200331/08/200429/12/200431/12/200428/01/200512
22/04/2004InterimGBX429/08/200329/02/200401/01/197001/01/197001/01/19700
16/10/2003FinalGBX1331/08/200231/08/200303/01/200405/01/200430/01/200419
17/04/2003InterimGBX628/08/200228/02/200328/05/200330/05/200326/06/20030
17/10/2002FinalGBX1331/08/200131/08/200204/01/200306/01/200331/01/200319
23/04/2002InterimGBX628/08/200128/02/200229/05/200231/05/200227/06/20020
18/10/2001FinalGBX1331/08/200031/08/200124/10/200126/10/200101/02/200219
12/04/2001InterimGBX628/08/200028/02/200125/04/200127/04/200128/06/20010
26/10/2000FinalGBX1331/08/199931/08/200006/11/200010/11/200002/02/200119
18/04/2000InterimGBX629/08/199929/02/200002/05/200008/05/200029/06/20000
29/10/1999FinalGBX12.4531/08/199831/08/199908/11/199912/11/199928/01/200018.2
11/11/1998FinalGBX431/08/199731/08/199823/11/199827/11/199829/01/199920.8

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
03/12/2020
08:30
weemonkey: Agree not much resistance till £20 The recovery story is easy to work out here. The kicker: SMWH was, is and will continue to be a fantastic business. COVID allowed investors to get in on the cheap
18/10/2020
11:28
mike24: a nice little earner, if smiths can maintain full shelfs of 25quid diy legal packs, legal fees for probate which can cost A LOT per letter depending how complex estate is, which is made a lot simpler downloading correct forms listed in smwh pack even if you use a solicitor, ie guidance on, prop bank a/c, shares vehicles bonds life insurance pensions art jewellery iht etc etc valuing liabilities, there is a will/there is no will, 9/11 cracking rise today, maybe a few more shorts squeezed tomorrow 11/11 time to move on lots of undervalued shares out their, but... in the US, some hospitals using covid (without symptons ) positive staff back to work shows how bad their economy might get hit, plus the prolonged handover to Democrats going to do damage
15/5/2020
13:18
sanks: My bird Sheila has initiated coverage of SMWH with a Shaggy Sell note to clients with a £4.30 Level 4 price target. Hence why I will not risk putting my nob on the table till it gets to that price range Hope this helps
06/4/2020
09:04
euclid5: Since the Group's trading statement on 12 March 2020, WH Smith, along with many businesses, has seen a substantial downturn in economic activity resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic. The duration of the Covid-19 related crisis is uncertain and, as a result, the Group has secured new lending facilities of £120m, which will strengthen its balance sheet, working capital and liquidity position. The new financing arrangements are conditional on raising new equity. As a result, the Group is in an advanced stage of preparation for an equity issue of a maximum of 13.7% of its issued share capital by way of a placing. These financing arrangements, coupled with a broad range of mitigating actions to manage the cost base and cash-flow, will provide sufficient liquidity to deal with this most challenging of trading environments. Https://www.investegate.co.uk/wh-smith-plc--smwh-/rns/statement-re-press-comment/202004060700108161I/
23/1/2020
05:54
dice1950: WH Smith (#SMWH) are down 2 per cent this morning after the group reported like-for-like revenues down 1 per cent in the 20 weeks to 18 January. BUY http://bit.ly/2u8QkvS
22/10/2019
16:18
makinbuks: The results are to 31st August, yes , but the forward looking statement I quoted above is for the six weeks post year end. I agree matters in the High street are deteriorating but the other fact I pointed out is that the High Street business in profit terms is only 1/3rd approximately of the whole and once the new US business is incorporated even less. So while your concerns are valid and SMWH may indeed fall short next year of the £60m profit they earned this year on the High Street it will not cause a dramatic collapse in the share price. Have a look at their ability to deliver through the economic cycle increasing the dividend year on year while reducing the shares in issue by 40% since 2007
21/10/2019
13:31
makinbuks: Sorry SMWH has placed shares at a premium to the market price with institutions to fund an acquisition. In no way is it to cover loss making on the high street. As you correctly point out they earned a profit of £60m on the high street last year, unchanged from the previous year. They're record in reducing costs in the high street business is exemplary and there remains mileage in that strategy (see the comments on future rental agreements and average lease duration)
21/10/2019
12:45
makinbuks: Getting a placing away at a premium to the market is pretty impressive in these uncertain times. The hike in the dividend is impressive too, given the new shares in issue. It appears the board recognizes that they have wrung all they can from the high street business and can grow Travel only in a limited way organically so now they look for growth by acquisition. This will make SMWH a riskier play but could well be the driver for the next share price leg up. One of my favourite long term holds. Phil Oakley at the IC is supportive and comments often
11/4/2019
11:21
makinbuks: They borrowed £200m to buy IM but only spent £161m. Good to see the share buy back at £25m for six months and the increase in the dividend but those were covered out of the surplus term loan as the net operating overdraft increased by £5m. So with the one offs it wasn't a great period for cash generation. Good to note the confirmation of £100m FCF for the full year
09/1/2019
21:36
makinbuks: Results today from SHOE are worth a read for the effect of lower rents obtainable in the market as "supply continues to outstrip demand". Must put SMWH in a very strong position in the high street as a top quality anchor
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