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Huntington Bancshares Incorporated Message Board

  • kristenhuntington kristenhuntington Apr 30, 2010 10:01 AM Flag

    When will HBAN raise the dividend?

    I remember something about them paying back TARP funds later this year. Does this have to happen before they raise it? What are the conditions that determine when and by how much they raise it?

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    • Yes I do Nostradamus wannabe ... Ignorance is curable but your stupidity is forever!

      I bet you make a lot of predictions on this board and lose alot of money because of your inbred stupidity.

      As for your vulgar adjectives, it only shows your professionalism ... Moron.

    • there not going to give you a penny ..there too busy spending money on stupid expensive things like a million dollars last week on the downtown toledo baseball field....just so they could put their name on it??????they have too much at stake to do that....exposure to commercial and bankrupties here in toledo and mich are getting worse ..not better..thet have allready had 2 offerings and they know they can pull that trick again....SPEND BABY SPEND!!!!

    • Kristen - Just by reading your post, it must have been Jrock the cheerleader with some silly remarks.............Don't mind him, but I would suggest putting him on IG as he clutters the board with his pom-poms and cheers................No value just an eye sore...........

      It will be some time before HBAN raises dividend as was explained by the other post. It's still a way off, but as long as we continue in the right direction, you'll be O.K........

      BOL to you !!!!!

    • when they make more money, duh...

    • Can't raise the dividend until they pay back TARP.
      TARP will not be paid back until they grow their earnings.

      As some people would say now that HBAN can pay back TARP NOW is rubbish.
      If they could why haven't they done it like BofA, Wells and CITI?
      Simple, their regulator would require a "capital raise" which would dillute stakeholders more.

      Guess you have to wait a while.

      • 3 Replies to basicarmandy
      • ??they need to do something else beside's issue more stock..... that only benifits the bank..not the shareholder..if they want to do something..why not go back to 40 and 50 yr. mortgages???.

        all the regional bank's should be pressing Fanny Mae to lossen up on some regulations regarding the buyer's qualifacations...they have to do a better job of letting people purchase mortage's....or the forelosure will continue even more...like if you check your credit score...that will cost you 3 to 4 points.....that is BULLSHIT>>>>>
        everytime the goverment does something they can screw it up.......LET THESE BANK'S LEND OUT MONEY for Christ sakes....there getting it cheap enough to make killing!!!

        Why not go back to 40 or 50 year mortgage's ??????tell me that??

      • yes they can't pull that third offering now as the first one went to get rid of the Franklin banking they aquired....the second was because that first offering went so well the first time...they thought why not try it again???they need to do something else beside's issue more stock.....hell that only benifits the bank..not the shareholder...

        all the regional bank's should be pressing Fanny Mae to lossen up on some regulations regarding the buyer's qualifacations...they have to do a better job of letting people purchase mortage's....or the forelosure will continue even more...like if you check your credit score...that will cost you 3 to 4 points.....that is BULLSHIT>>>>>
        everytime the goverment does something they can screw it up.......LET THESE BANK'S LEND OUT MONEY for Christ sakes....there getting it cheap enough to make killing!!!

        Why not go back to 40 or 50 year mortgage's ??????tell me that??

      • Or like smart investors, they are not worried about current perception. They will use this TARP money to make a ton of money in this recovering market, then pay back the principle to the gov't. They do have the money to pay it back now. Just like I have the money to pay off my car but I'm not going to do it right now while my money is invested in a recovering stock market. That would be foolish. Opportunity cost is huge. It is not always the best decision to pay off debt immediately.

 
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