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Member Since: Sun, 30th Oct 2016

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 2,508
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 319

Last Posted: Today 18:34

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Today 18:34

''Brexit is over lads, get used to it''

It's about time you bit the dust
Today 15:46

You need not have to wish too much. Lloyds already have permission from shareholders to buy back lot more shares.
Cannot see a better way to spend a billion or two on.
Today 15:33

Need 5 to get it closer to 100p
Today 15:16

''I would sell into any rally if we get one tomorrow ''

Did you sell then?
Fri 17:46

''sitting all this out in cash ($ not ) waiting to capitalise on the inevitable bloodbath in UK equities and the pound if we crash out?''

If anyone is concerned about a possible crash in the value of sterling, then they should be invested in equities, not in cash.
A large proportion of the FTSE 100 constituents earnings are foreign.
Fri 17:00

''we can at least expect 2.5p or is that being to optimistic?''

Anything above 2.15p I will consider a bonus. Lloyds can afford to pay more if they so wish, but I would rather see progressive sustainable increases over the longer term rather than short lived large increases.
If a buyback is included every year (a minimum being to negate any new issues) as part of a shareholders return, this would also help with normal dividend increases.
Fri 14:47

Fri 14:47

currently up a penny today and only 3.5p below our last years buyback.

I would be more than happy if we could successfully complete a 2019 buyback below last years average 63p.
Thu 17:44

defeated by the ERG I believe
Thu 17:32

Cannot believe that about 64 non SNP MP's voted for it.
No respect for the referendum result
Thu 03:00

Since the start of the 2016 tax year, the notional 10% 'tax credit' on normal dividends was abolished.

BLND property income from lettings would make up most or all of each of the 4 yearly payments.
Thu 00:21

Back to the asylum with you. These day releases are of no benefit to you, as they just put you back to square one.
Wed 23:57


Yes, DCB has set up more member names. He is way beyond help
Wed 01:54

with 'clean Brexit' currently STILL the only pathway out.
Wed 01:51

until full year results.

A large buyback announcement is a must at the current price level.
PPI claim deadline only about another 6 months away.
Tue 17:41

''then receives the full dividend ''

Normal dividends are not taxed when paid.
You are allowed to receive 2000 in dividends outside of an isa tax free.
After that you have to pay 7.5%, 32.5% or 38.5% tax depending upon the level of your total earnings.

BLND is a REIT where they have to pay out 90% of rental income to shareholders.
This payment is in the form of a PID ( Property Income Distribution ) which is not a normal dividend.
Just like someone renting out a property, tax is due on the income. This is charged at the basic rate income tax rate of 20%. This 20% 'income tax' is reclaimable only if held in an ISA.
Tue 01:17

Like the apple products which are designed in the USA but components manufactured and assembled elsewhere, Dyson's products are designed in the UK and manufactured in the far east where the vast majority of their sales are.
Tue 00:56

Dyson haven't manufactured in the UK for many years.

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