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Anotherposter
(@anotherposter)
Estimable Member

Another master stroke from these people

 

They are refusing to help or provide any assistance to companies who will pay out dividends to shareholders in the next two years

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Topic starter Posted : 17/03/2020 2:19 pm
Rafe Wrench
(@rafe-wrench)
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Most shareholders and dividend recipients are pension funds and indirectly therefore all of us. How will this help anyone?

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Posted : 17/03/2020 7:17 pm
Anotherposter
(@anotherposter)
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<p style="text-align: left;">Well in two years time there will still be a  company and a pension fund</p>
Any profits made have to be put directly back into the company to keep it stable

Or go back to 2008 when financial institutions were bailed out at the  cost of 10 years austerity but still managed to pay millions out in bonuses s year later

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Topic starter Posted : 17/03/2020 8:37 pm
Frankg
(@frankg)
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Perhaps the criteria should be the bonuses paid to CEO and other senior executives.

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Posted : 17/03/2020 8:38 pm
Steve
(@steve)
Reputable Member

Most shareholders and dividend recipients are pension funds and indirectly therefore all of us. How will this help anyone?

I agree Rafe, it’s a terrible idea! I’m conscious of it, but scared to look at my pension fund activity this week!☹️

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Posted : 21/03/2020 5:58 pm
DI Keith Fowler
(@di-keith-fowler)
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Most shareholders and dividend recipients are pension funds and indirectly therefore all of us. How will this help anyone?

I agree Rafe people's pensions shouldn't be linked to the financial markets.

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Posted : 27/03/2020 5:07 pm
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