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The shareholders do not have voting power in the company, but they receive the assets before the other shareholders of RDSB in case of a bankruptcy. Member Benefits Manage your personalised Watchlist. Can't buy a bean here The registrars told me in a telephone enquiry that the payment was 0.

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Enquiry to any A shareholders who receive their dividends in Sterling. Can you confirm the amount paid per share net of Dutch withholding tax? The registrars told me in a telephone enquiry that the payment was 0. The reason for my enquiry is that there appears to be a tax advantage for basic rate taxpayers in receiving dividends on foreign equities as the foreign withholding tax should be credited against the UK 7.

I suppose the question is how long will it stay down there for. I hope BP and RDS dont go selling off assets as these are the two best oil producers listed in my mind. If they cut the dividend and the share prices drops I will see that as a buying opportunity. The fundamentals for oil are great: Been burnt too many times on AIM so I avoid it now. I've been warning for months that oil is a flawed commodity and its a matter of time before shell cuts the divi.

This has big losses written all over it. To begin, taxes are a key difference between the two issuances. The difference is due to this construct called the "dividend access mechanism. Withholding tax reduces the size of your investment earnings, so taking the right steps to not be subject to this is highly advised.

So, what is a withholding tax? Why is a withholding tax present? Quite simply, it is Dutch law: ET Crude oil futures rose Friday, building on overnight gains in the U. Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, rose 1. Conclusion So the company is already FCF positive after its dividends. Now, it is in a position where its operating environment is improving, which will result in even higher cash flows in the future.

Therefore I believe that the current high dividend yield of the stock is safe. If you break down the REAL results, the dividend is not safe!!! The dividend as another guy has pointed out is financed by debt and asset disposals!!

If you're not trolling then it might be worth reading up on Shell's dividend history. There have been hard times before and there will be hard times in the future.

I think most of us see things the opposite way to you. We don't think the dividend will be cut and think that the SP will eventually catch back up to where it should be. Oil giants on the road to recovery as profits double May 1 , Aside from speculation or day trading I repeat that unless shell slashes its dividend the environment will force it to. The sp drop in both situations will be vicious but it will be worse if compelled to do so. While London South East do their best to maintain the high quality of the information displayed on this site, we cannot be held responsible for any loss due to incorrect information found here.

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A good oil find will be transformational for us. Nothing else will do. I'm not surprised at the lack of interest. I can't see the SP going anywhere from now until TD. I'm sure we can agree on that. To be clear those success were amongst a multitude of duds, desire, borders, red emperor, to name a few. When you say sp projections do you mean the ridiculous ones banded about on BBS??

I remember one poster on falklands drills coming up with outrageous sps on success. In any case re read my post. Couple of finds on aim, rest was getting out on profit.

They were oil finds. Cairn was before my time. Girdz, pardon my ignorance but can you name me any oilies in recent times that has hit the SP's projected on a find? While London South East do their best to maintain the high quality of the information displayed on this site, we cannot be held responsible for any loss due to incorrect information found here.

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