Don't worry - providing you held the shares at the close of day on 6th March, you get the dividend. On the 7th the div became 'ex' - as in 'no more', 'ceased to be', etc. for buyers of the share. The 9th is the 'day of record' at the company, but LondonStockExchange uses ex-div as a way of avoiding arguments and is a warning to prospective buyers that they are too late to get the declared dividend (the 'settlement date' on the purchase will be too late).
Ok thanks for that. If I had the answer to that would be rich lol. Gut feeling is yes couple of holdings rns , put in a 1k yesterday afternoon, cashed back in 1.2k and still got 500 quid in shares. All the time there is speculation guess money to be made. Very volatile board of members, couple of shorters not happy to say the least. I was just in right place at right time, poster called Previn and Essex mafia to thank, they were on it before it flew. What are your thoughts on game ? . See another lot of shares repurchased by Asian. Both days 73hk price has been fine, seems to get dropped for the purchase?
No pull back should have happened unless there is more afoot here than meets the eye. My cat vision tells me (okay I read it somewhere) they've another plant on-line soon, they no longer pay one of their leases as they have new fully paid up custom built building, Trees are maturing, they are showing faith in themselves with the share buy-back, they are paying interim dividends when many other companies are struggling to keep a +'ve PE, need I go on. FF I think you are either psychic or related to Marvin - now what was that number again 42, ah todays low lol. thanks for replying chaps. Bagi
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