In company news, big banks including Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and HSBC North America, were among the 30 that passed stress tests with good grades, winning permission from the Fed to pay investors dividends. Morgan Stanley was ordered to address certain weaknesses and resubmit its capital plan by the end of the year. Notable failures however were the American units of Deutsche Bank and Banco Santander, which were held back for the second year running, as the pair… Read More
yeah, i havent needed too either, however i am a simple customer, and dont have many needs, however, if i did have, then i would appreciate the high street branches much more, and i think having that sort of "direct access" is something you can't put a value on, and visible presence should not be underestimated.
Nice steady blue day today again, i'm back in profit, barely, and am eyeing an exit point, i need a few grand for other investments, so i'm crossing my fingers for a few… Read More
I have just found a mistake in my maths for Santander dividends. I have been saying that I have a small profit (because of the quarterly dividends) although my shares are well down in value. Actually I have made a loss even when the four dividends a year are included. Currently my loss stands at 43p per share or 13%. I still feel very comfortable holding the shares and expect to be genuinely in profit by the end of 2016. However I remember saying the same, on this board, in 2015... The takeover… Read More
yeah, min paid in today (wednesday 3rd) with a settlement date of the 1st, so 2 day delay in getting it paid,... is about right, but still poor given its all electronic ! also forgot about the tax thing, another reason i want rid of these
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