Telia proposes a reduction in the dividend, from the past 2:45 pm sek 1 sek 80, the company said in a press release. Telejätten announcing at the same time that the above-mentioned outlook for the year 2020 will not be met.
”the Impact of the pandemic will have a significant negative effect on the television, and the media device. In spite of an increase in the consumption of television, which has led to an increase in the scope of our channels, we have seen a sharp decline in advertising revenue. That the sporting event is set in the global have an impact on our revenue from the pay-per-view negative”, says Christian Luiga, acting for the president, in a press release.
Sandvik coromant has announced that it will adjust its proposal for a dividend payment to the shareholders of the company. The company in writing that it is proposed that the dividend be reduced from the previously proposed 4:50 3:00 crowns, but also opens the door to an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders in the autumn of this year.
”It is the intention of the board to convene an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders by the end of October of this year, in order to decide if an extraordinary dividend if (1:50) per share, assuming that the market has stabilized and that the company's financial status permit this,” wrote the company in a press release.
at the same time, notify the Sandvik coromant to carry out a savings package of around 1.5 billion crowns over the course of the year.
the residential builder THE the distribution of of 6:25 per share, significantly lower than in the previous draft. Aluminiumbolaget Near to withdraw its proposal for a dividend of 3: $ 40 per share, and the state-owned railway company, SJ, gave notice to withdraw its proposal for a dividend of 46, with 40 per share.
”a very high degree of uncertainty regarding the beginning of the future financial condition and liquidity as a basis, estimates of SJ's board of directors and the management, it will be difficult to propose to the annual general meeting, to decide on the former distribution of the proposed dividend,” says SJ's chairman of the board, Thomas Svensson, in a press release.<