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A FTSE 250 dividend stock I’d definitely steer clear of right now

Hedge funds expect this FTSE 250 (INDEXFTSE: MCX) stock to fall. Is your portfolio at risk?

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Invest like Warren Buffett! A 6.6% dividend yield AND a top growth stock I’d buy in January

I'd get rich and retire early through buying these top Buffett-inspired shares, says Royston Wild.

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Forget fine art! I’d invest in this FTSE 250 dividend stock instead

Cineworld's share price has dropped over the past year. Is now the time to buy?

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£3k to spend? A 6%-yielding dividend stock I bought for my ISA and will never sell

Royston Wild reveals an income hero which he plans to get rich with.

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A 6% yielding FTSE 250 stock I’d avoid and a 7% yielding FTSE 100 stock I’d buy

Sometimes alluring fundamentals can be deceptive and rising debt may mean a red flag.

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Forget the top Cash ISA rate. I’d pocket 7.8% here

With the best Cash ISA rate on the market yielding just 1.36%, this 7.8%-yielder is a much better buy says…

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Think contrarian! Why I like this much-maligned FTSE 250 stock

Why I think the bigger picture is bright at this well-known FTSE 250 stock.

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This FTSE 250 stock just rose 6.7% on a profit warning! Time to buy?

What's behind the jump in the share price of this FTSE 250 (INDEXFTSE:MCX) stock as it issues a profit warning?…

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Frequently Asked Questions

The CINE share price was 170p when the company was floated on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange in May 2007. CINE raised £104m at the offer price. On listing, it had 142m shares in issue and its market capitalisation was £241m.

CINE suspended dividends at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic to conserve cash. As of its 2021 results, it had not resumed payouts. Prior to the pandemic, it paid quarterly dividends, declared in US dollars. Some analysts think CINE may be able to pay a dividend for 2022 and some don’t.