If you prefer to use the post, selling your shares is easy, however you will not know the share price in advance. … Aggregated orders may result in a large number of shares being dealt in the market which may result in a lower price being obtained or a delay in executing the order in full on the stock market.
The company was forced to halt paying dividends during the Covid pandemic but today said it would be paying out 10p a share as a one-off final divi for the 2020-21 financial year. …
Why Royal Mail shares are falling
The first is that parcel volumes have declined as lockdown restrictions eased. Back in July, the company said parcel volumes in its UK business fell 13% year-on-year for the three months ended 30 June (but were up 19% from the corresponding quarter in 2019).
you can sell shares by speaking to a broker or through a DIY investing platform. The cost of trading shares varies depending on the platform or broker you are using and whether you are selling your shares online, or in the case of paper certificates, on the phone or by post.
You can buy or sell shares through our share dealing service, called Shareview Dealing, which allows you to buy and sell shares held in a Corporate Sponsored Nominee account or in a certificated format using our online service or by calling 03456 037 037, to use this service you must be a UK resident.
When can I sell my Free Shares? Any SIP 2016 Free Shares you may have from 6 October 2019 (if the shares are awarded on 6 October 2016 as expected). Remember, if you sell your Free Shares between three and five years after you are given them, you may have to pay income tax and National Insurance on them.
Will Royal Mail pay a dividend in 2021?
There is typically 1 dividend per year (excluding specials), and the dividend cover is approximately 1.1. Our premium tools have predicted Royal Mail Plc with 96% accuracy.
|Decl. date||06 Nov 2025|
|Ex-div date||04 Dec 2025|
|Pay date||14 Jan 2026|
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Are Royal Mail paying dividends this year?
Royal Mail has restarted paying dividends and said it is confident it can keep paying them out as a surge in parcel deliveries sent profits jumping over the past year. The group has said it will pay a 10p a share dividend for this year and set out a progressive future dividend policy of 20p a share from next year.