Written by: Zhang Weilun
Last update date: 2020-12-14 14:09
Morgan Stanley issued a report stating that if the Bank of England allows banks to resume dividends, it is expected that the two major British banks, HSBC Holdings (0005) and Standard Chartered (2888), will have dividend yields of 2.77% and 2.68% respectively this year and 4.07% and 4.07% next year. 3.33 per cent.
The report pointed out that the Prudential Regulation Authority under the Bank of England stipulates that HSBC is expected to pay a maximum of US$3.045 billion in total dividends to shareholders this year, or 15 US cents per share; Standard Chartered will pay a maximum of US$540 million in total dividends to shareholders, with a dividend of 17 US dollars per share. Cents.
Therefore, Morgan Stanley expects HSBC and Standard Chartered to distribute US$1.512 billion and US$228 million, respectively, with dividend yields of 2.77% and 2.68%.
Morgan Stanley also predicts that HSBC and Standard Chartered will have dividends of 22 US cents and 21 US cents respectively next year.
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