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Hi all!

I have a fairly substantial dividend adjustment overnight for my FTSE positions. I understand that Xmas will have changed the days around a bit this week, but Reuters don't list any stock going ex-div and the IG dividends tab is blank for the FTSE.

Wondering if anyone knows which stock went ex-div?

Thanks!

Cate

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7 minutes ago, cate said:

Hi all!

I have a fairly substantial dividend adjustment overnight for my FTSE positions. I understand that Xmas will have changed the days around a bit this week, but Reuters don't list any stock going ex-div and the IG dividends tab is blank for the FTSE.

Wondering if anyone knows which stock went ex-div?

Thanks!

Cate

I think that would be BATS, BT and HLMA. :) 

6.3 points total coming off FTSE 100. 

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6 minutes ago, 247trader said:

I think that would be BATS, BT and HLMA. :) 

6.3 points total coming off FTSE 100. 

Thanks, 247trader! I'd be grateful to know where you found the info, because my usual sources (LSE, Reuters) failed me this morning... I thought IG would have the info somewhere but haven't been able to track it down.

Anyway, it's good to know what it was. Thanks again.

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https://www.dividenddata.co.uk/ 

and then just looking through the ones in FTSE which have their Ex date today (as IG take them out at market close the day before, rather than the morning of) :) hope this is useful 

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8 minutes ago, 247trader said:

https://www.dividenddata.co.uk/ 

and then just looking through the ones in FTSE which have their Ex date today (as IG take them out at market close the day before, rather than the morning of) :) hope this is useful 

That's really helpful. Thanks so much! I used to use that site, and then lost the link, so I'm particularly glad to have it again. I like the fact you can sort by yield if you're on the hunt for high yielding stock.

 

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