I'm in the same boat. Trying to find some safe havens for my SIPP. Was attracted to RDS on the basis of strong dividend performance but the exchange rate means at todays money you're looking at 3.84% (assuming 1.88USD/share p.a) which is nothing to shout about. Article 50 who knows. This is long term play i would think.
Think your bad at maths mate, 188 / FX ($1.25) is 150p / 2128p = 7% dividend yield😜
I have 1000 Royal Dutch 'A' held by my broker Jarvis Investmrnt and they have just credited my account with GBP321.75, The dividend is 47 cents per share which equals $470.00 then converted into GBP gives an exchange rate of 1.46076 which cannot be correct. Can somebody please advise me what I should do.
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