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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BIRG)



Share Price: 7.77Bid: 7.78Ask: 7.815Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Of Ireland
Spread: 0.035Spread as %: 0.45%Open: 7.80High: 7.86Low: 7.745Yesterday’s Close: 7.77


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martin1
Posts: 785
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.77
Dividends
Tue 23:35
X Dividend Date not yet announced until it is you get dividends
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Borninusa123456
Posts: 930
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.77
Example
Tue 20:12
Here is an example:

Declaration Date

Ex-Dividend Date

Record Date

Payable Date

Friday, 9/8/2017

Friday, 9/15/2017

Monday, 9/18/2017

Tuesday, 10/3/2017

On September 8, 2017, Company XYZ declares a dividend payable on October 3, 2017 to its shareholders. XYZ also announces that shareholders of record on the company's books on or before September 18, 2017 are entitled to the dividend. The stock would then go ex-dividend one business day before the record date.

In this example, the record date falls on a Monday. Excluding weekends and holidays, the ex-dividend is set one business day before the record date or the opening of the market£in this case on the preceding Friday. This means anyone who bought the stock on Friday or after would not get the dividend. At the same time, those who purchase before the ex-dividend date on Friday will receive the dividend.

With a significant dividend, the price of a stock may fall by that amount on the ex-dividend date.

If the dividend is 25% or more of the stock value, special rules apply to the determination of the ex-dividend date. In these cases, the ex-dividend date will be deferred until one business day after the dividend is paid. In the above example, the ex-dividend date for a stock that£s paying a dividend equal to 25% or more of its value, is October 4, 2017.

Sometimes a company pays a dividend in the form of stock rather than cash. The stock dividend may be additional shares in the company or in a subsidiary being spun off. The procedures for stock dividends may be different from cash dividends. The ex-dividend date is set the first business day after the stock dividend is paid (and is also after the record date).

If you sell your stock before the ex-dividend date, you also are selling away your right to the stock dividend. Your sale includes an obligation to deliver any shares acquired as a result of the dividend to the buyer of your shares, since the seller will receive an I.O.U. or "due bill" from his or her broker for the additional shares. Thus, it is important to remember that the day you can sell your shares without being obligated to deliver the additional shares is not the first business day after the record date, but usually is the first business day after the stock dividend is paid.
EL-Gelboy
Posts: 409
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.77
Dividend
Tue 19:36
a dividend is declared, shareholders are notified via press release, and the information is usually reported through major stock quoting services for easy reference. At the time of declaration, a record date is set, meaning all shareholders on record on that date are entitled to the dividend payment. The day following the record date is called the ex-date or date the stock begins trading ex-dividend. This means that a buyer on ex-date is purchasing shares that are not entitled to receive the most recent dividend payment. The payable date follows usually about one month after the record date.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 930
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.77
RE: 13p.
Tue 18:10
Ive never got a dividend before , but im 99percsnt sure when b.o.i announces a divodend it will announce a ex dvidend date and anyone that buys shares before the ex dividend date is entitled to the dividend, irrelevant how long you owned your shares
PGee
Posts: 466
Answer
Opinion:Buy
Price:7.77
RE: 13p.
Tue 17:57
Agree, but what holdings qualify for a divvy? Hardly someone who bought last week.
Meanwhile in Dublin at close, Ask price and Bid price again above SP! We will not make any money that way!!!
Borninusa123456
Posts: 930
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.77
RE: 13p.
Tue 17:10
Now the .13p is at top range , it will must certainly not go above that , im betting they will allogate another 70 million for h2 2017 as they did in h1 2017 of course if cet 1 all goes well, on timing id say april/may
PGee
Posts: 466
Question
Opinion:Buy
Price:7.785
13p.
Tue 13:38
13p is ok for a start, should attract a lot of attention. Who precisely will qualify for the divvy? Anyone any ideas on timings?
ashton
Posts: 172
Off Topic
Opinion:Hold
Price:7.80
RE: Im calling .13 p per share
Tue 12:52
That would be nice.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 930
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.765
Im calling .13 p per share
Tue 12:27
140 million payout , i think cet1 will have increased as pension deficit shrinking with higher bond yields , next week will as ever reveal all
easyp
Posts: 526
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.805
Euroclear
Tue 09:23
ICE increases stake in Euroclear to 10% - https://www.ft.com/content/8e6a2912-0825-11e8-9650-9c0ad2d7c5b5 via @FT

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