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Large FTSE & Wall St dividends tonight

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Afternoon all,

Large dividends we intend to post tonight:

·         FTSE – 23.75 - 1630 BST

·         DOW – 14.75 - 2100 BST

Breakdown from BBG attached. You can see other Index dividend adjustments on our weekly blog post here. These are posted in advance and whilst we try and be as accurate as we can, we only post them given the best available information we have at the time. 

As you all know this is a cash neutral adjustment, but heads up in case you're interested.

All the best (and for those in the UK enjoy the weather!).





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