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Started by Fair play, 18-10-19, 03:48PM
Quote from: gomezz on 28-11-20, 02:12PMAll of them these days in this online connected world.
Quote from: NightAndDay on 28-11-20, 03:05PMWas the 51p a share dividend payment made up or is it being paid after the sale of a business, I thought Tesco already sold off its asia business back in March?
Quote from: dotnochance on 10-12-20, 12:27AMim confused who gets this?, i know shareholders, but does save as you ern benefit for this? or just my normal shares
Quote from: Wilted20 on 27-01-21, 09:42AMOn yesterdayâ€™s shareholder email about share consolidation, this line struck me â€œThis is required so that, as far as possible, the Company can maintain its current share price. If the shares were not consolidated, as the Company no longer owns its Thai and Malaysian businesses and is expected shortly to pay the special dividend, the value of the Companyâ€™s shares would likely decreaseâ€In the FAQ â€œIt is anticipated that the total of the amount of Special Dividend paid to you plus the total value of your New Ordinary Shares shall be equal to approximately the total value of your Existing Ordinary Shares.â€On the face of it, I took this to mean that the special dividend is only being used to bridge the gap between the value of your existing shareholding and the new shareholding (after consolidation) - so is it a bonus at all?
Quote from: lordadmiral on 27-01-21, 09:11PMWe get about 50p per share. Thats Â£500 for someone with 1k shares. If we consolidate shares 2:1. Then we get Â£1 per share as we will have 500 shares. A 2 shares worth Â£5 should should turn into one share worth Â£5. That's how the consolidation should look like. Do i miss something?
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