A technical view of the big four banks ahead of November dividends - Saxo Capital Markets Asia Macro Strategist Kay Van-Petersen outlines his calls on the big...

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A technical view of the big four banks ahead of November dividends - Saxo Capital Markets Asia Macro Strategist Kay Van-Petersen outlines his calls on the big four banks ahead of the November dividend season. Van-Petersen notes CBA has the largest and worst loan book of the big four, and is also the most expensive. CBA is ex-dividend, while NAB and ANZ go ex-dividend on 7 November, with Westpac to follow on 10 November. Van-Petersen recommends keeping positions beta neutral, predicting level pullbacks prior to the ex-dividend dates. For more detail and analysis, visit: (VIEW LINK)


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