The reason different rates are quoted is because Santander have just halved their dividend. So a historic yield is based on what has been paid out over the last year, as opposed to what will out in the next year. Also divs have been paid on a SCRIP basis for the last few years, but are now switching to 3 cash divs and 1 SCRIP a year. And if all of that was confusing enough, it also depends on how you hold our shares and how you opt to take your divs as to what, if any, rate of SWT you pay. My shares are held in a SSA and I always take new shares with all of my divs so have avoided the dreaded SWT!! ATB.
Indiana _Jones and Speedx Thank you
BNC shareprice in UKP depends upon the exchange rate which is suffering from the Euro perspective and the Ibex is down 1% ... which BNC follows. Results looked good but ....
I share the same question about this share. I already marked the share as a good investment when Santander starts with their 123 products. However, to my surprise, the share price didnt go up much, and in fact, it is now substantially lower than it was (was around 600 when I observe this share). There is something fishy around their ties with europe. Although all these times Santander keep saying that whatever happen to Europe, Santander UK will not be affected as it is separated entity. However, the investors do not seem to buy that argument. As shares is about herds principle, I dont think it will rise substantially, probably floating between 400 - 600 (back and forth). You will get good profit if you enter on the right time, provided nothing happen in between, like breaking news about Europe branch that crash the share price in UK. I can't call this out and i prefer not to buy (being my bad luck is always in play).
Would it be something to do with RNS of 29th which I didn't understand. Why is this share falling. Can anyone explain. I wish I had money to invest more
RE: courtier point on div yield
I take what you are saying, but morningstar.co.uk quote full year div of 3%... How can that be when the tax rate is like 30% on Spanish dividend with-holding tax... Think I will call my stock broker...
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