last divi was paid in 2010, roughly 15p when the shares were around 230p so a yield of 6.5%. I read recently that some analysts are expecting a return to divi payments this coming year with a yield of 5%, if true that should help the shares get back to the 220-230p level.
I`ve not heard of any contract losses,. but what is certain, is the big drop in fuel prices, which surely will add to their profits. Win should now act on buying back shares, as the low SP won`t last long. China will sort themselves out, and MM`s are returning from holidays. Reality will return to the markets very soon.
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