Split-cap debacle casts doubt on zeros' surge

Stodell, Hannah
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/23/2009, p7
The article reports on the statement made by insurance firm Ecofin president John Murray that despite the growing demand for zero-dividend preference, the history of split caps can prevent its comeback to the market in 2009 in Great Britain. Murray stressed that he is unsure if zero-dividend or issuing convertible share will return. Financial company J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. forecasted that as capitalists wanted to avoid changes in income tax, there will be an increase in split caps.


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