The devaluation of sterling following last month's Brexit vote is likely to provide UK investors with an "unexpected windfall" of £2.8bn in dividend payments in the second half of the year, according to Capita Asset Services.
According to the latest quarterly Capita Dividend Monitor, if the exchange rate stays at lows of $1.33 in the second half of the year, UK dividends declared in dollars will be boosted by £2.7bn, with an...
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