No matching results for ''
Tip: Try a valid symbol or a specific company name for relevant results
Work & Management
UK Markets close in 6 hrs 32 mins
A guide to unusual mortgages
Home loans you may never have heard of
Crédit Agricole S.A. (CRARY)
Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
At close: 03:53PM EST
14 reactions on $CRARY conversation
Sign in to post a message.
Hi Edward . I think SCRIB dividend means option of receiving shares rather than cash .
This is one of the best investment opportunities available!
OK...from what I gather from the Credit Agricole site, the dividend will be .8 Euro...or about USD .96. Since the ADR is half a share, that puts the CRARY dividend at approximately USD .48. After French taxes, that should put it...about .38 or so, as a qualified dividend. Payment would be in May. But there's something about a script option. Can anyone clarify or come up with a definitive analysis?
In the first stage of the two-step deal, Colonial will buy the 13% stake in SFL held by Credit Agricole (PA:CAGR)'s Predica subsidiary for 592 million euros.
Apparently most US is not interested. Bought a small quantity under $4 with the idea the exchange rate would take it higher. Should have bought 10k rather than 3k. Will hold, because if they start the dividend up again, it should be in excess of 8% in USD.
We are shorting this in Francis Hunts Market Sniper Community target is 4.81
Going to get rid of CRARY. Two large charges on dividend:
CREDIT AGRICOLE SA UNSPONSORED ADR AGENCY PROCESSING FEE
REDIT AGRI Foreign Stk W/HUNSPONSORED ADR CASH DIV ON xx,xxx SHS REC 05/17/21 PAY 06/24/21
Getting authoritative information on CRARY is difficult. Yahoo says ex-div is 14 May for CRARY. Yet ex-div for ACA-FR is 18 May. CRARY took a sharp decrease early, then bounced back. And then down again. Some places show a dividend of .39, some a dividend of .48. The price chart shows it started at 7.81, up to 7.99, then shows it closed down..... .4. I would prefer to invest directly in Credit Agricole, but can't do it on the two brokers I use.
I'm not certain how this works. According to what I can find, CRARY, the ADR for ACA-FR went ex-div on May 14. However, ACA-FR went ex-div on May 18. With most stocks, there's a drop in price on ex-div day to account for the lack of dividend. So there's two drops...one for the ex-div on CRARY, and then when ACA-FR goes ex-div, there's another drop since CRARY reflects the price of ACA-FR (two for one). So it would appear that anyone who bought on May 14 (Friday) or May 17 (Monday) got burnt by the two ex-divs. Or is my analysis wrong?
Money laundering charges caused a large drop. Sometimes its difficult to know who you're dealing with.
Why the major drop today?
France got hit by COVID and Saudis are pulling their money out.
What's going on with Crary? Bought some a year ago at around $5. Div is good, and expect Euro to go up against the $, so should be in good shape.
Battery breakthrough achieves energy density necessary for electric planes
UK tax burden to rise to record levels
Yahoo Finance UK
HMRC: Thousands could be missing out on claiming £2,000 for childcare costs
Yahoo Finance UK
© 2022 Yahoo. All rights reserved.
About our ads