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Date posted 2016-07-25 22:20
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"............... The group is working hard to meet those goals and is paying a decent dividend, so the shares yield about 4 per cent.

Most brokers responded positively to the trading statement, expecting profits to rise 17 per cent to £228 million for the year to March 2017, with the dividend up a penny at 29p.

Midas verdict: Investors in Tate & Lyle have benefited from the Brexit effect, but the business is also making genuine progress.

Existing shareholders should hold. New investors could also consider snapping up a few of these shares for the long term."


Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-3704995/MIDAS-SHARE-TIPS-UPDATE-Sterling-s-slide-Brexit-vote-makes-life-sweet-tip-Tate-Lyle.html#ixzz4FSRCBWut
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