Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
3i Group LSE:III London Ordinary Share GB00B1YW4409 ORD 73 19/22P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.50p +0.69% 805.00p 806.00p 806.50p 807.00p 793.00p 795.00p 1,962,083 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 819.0 85.6 9.4 7,830.99

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2017-04-27 16:02:20802.82178,2271,430,833.34NT
2017-04-27 16:02:09797.632852,273.25NT
2017-04-27 15:49:42803.478,96672,038.99NT
2017-04-27 15:49:41803.478,95771,966.45NT
2017-04-27 15:35:46805.009,37675,476.80NT
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3i Group Daily Update: 3i Group is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker III. The last closing price for 3i Group was 799.50p.
3i Group has a 4 week average price of 734p and a 12 week average price of 684p.
The 1 year high share price is 807p while the 1 year low share price is currently 455.40p.
There are currently 972,793,392 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,105,025 shares. The market capitalisation of 3i Group is £7,830,986,805.60.
hooley: Blackrock like 'em - they bought another 9m last week. Private equity firms are set to do well at this point in the market cycle? Big jump in divi and looking forward to more this year. Share price reached 2100p back in 2000!
a0148009: This has been under the radar screen 60% rise since start of year, seems no interest on this BB, share price well above last published NAV but company have had a substantial review of business and at 31 March 2013 manages 9.2 billion funds from third parties as well as their own asset base. AO
erogenous jones: Grrrrr.......sold too early, but have made better return from TCG. Idiotic thing is that I might have made a good decision in the short term or a terrible decision in the long term. Had I plenty of time, a little more interest, acumen and intelligence to make informed decisions from the information contained in the financial information, I would have a different career. As it is, I am keen to have an entry point (regardless of the share price) that represents a better decision from the investments I already hold. I have sold shares today in ULVR so am sitting on some cash.
erogenous jones: Good enough for the CEO to buy at these levels, better play follow my leader, I suppose. My little deal today has brought my average down to 1.9238p. Still underwater but as these are in SIPP umbrella and am not looking to retire for another 15 years, there is a good chance that I will see an uplift in the share price.
erogenous jones: Nope - but nice to see a 5% uplift in the share price today
erogenous jones: With the share price at or close to all time lows, I have dipped my toe in the water with a small purchase having top sliced my holding in FENR.
kiwi2007: and...from the FT ..........Iain Scouller, analyst at Oriel Securities, said the replacement of Mr Nolan was good news for 3i given his involvement in the investment into Enterprise, the waste service group that the private equity group had recently taken a £201m ($322m) hit on, writing it down to nil. "We view this as a significant appointment and a good move with some new senior management being appointed to 3i from outside," Mr Scouller wrote in a note about Mr Borrows appointment. The move came after the private equity, debt and infrastructure group lost Jonathan Russell, its global head of buy-outs last year, which had alarmed some investors and spurred worries about 3i's dealmaking ability. It came as some shareholders have privately voiced their anger over 3i's share price performance – which has fallen behind the FTSE 100 since the beginning of the year – ahead of Wednesday's annual shareholders meeting. On Wednesday, 3i announced a more than doubling of it's investment pace year-on-year in the three months from April to June. Investments rose from £105m in the first quarter of last year to £233m in the past three months, driven by an increase in buy-outs and a sharp rise in growth capital deals. The new investments included the £112m acquisition of Hilite, a £17m investment in Go Outdoors and a £13m stake in World Freight Company International. "These new investments and a strong pipeline combined with our confidence in the portfolio, provide a positive outlook for the business," Mr Queen said. Realisations more than quadrupled to £337m, driven by the £180m sale of Hyva and a £74m disposal of Norma.
kiwi2007: 3i and a top City rainmaker Posted by Neil Hume on Jul 06 09:49. Are we about to see some action at struggling private equity group 3i? Chairman Sir Adrian Montague must be hoping so. Amid talk that several large shareholders are planning to abstain or vote against re-election of chief executive, Michael Queen at today's AGM he's moved to install a new high profile chief investment officer......more.... Iain Scouller of Oriel Securities: "In our recent note entitled 'Should 3i remain a listed company?', we said that if 3i continues to trade on a sizeable discount, there must be a reasonable chance of a takeover approach. Suitors may be interested in acquiring a block of private equity assets and teams of experienced investment executives. Given 3i's current share price and discount valuation, we think the chance of a takeover approach is rising. We believe any takeover interest in 3i Group could come from a number of sources including: 1) existing management & shareholders, 2) another private equity firm, or, 3) a generalist investor wanting expertise and a portfolio in private equity."
alphahunter: Bought some today at 270p, share price has traded down lately even though the NAV has moved up ("materially" as opposed to "more than"). Nordic currencies & Euro have also been moving up and I believe that there is a some FX mismatch between assets & debt. HG trading at par thanks to its nordic exposure, surely 3i can't trade at more than 15% discount (which may make HG a potential short against 3i). Michael Queen - ex CFO - knows the books and bought into the share at a higher level mid-March - FTSE250 up since then. Michael Queen is a fairly risk-adverse chap when it comes to investing - I assume that this applies to his own money. Results on May 12th
saltaire111: Can anyone explain the current valuation? I cannot see why iii share price is at this level. I can see the debt but there's £2.02 cash per share on the balance sheet and the company's gearing is comfortable. I just don't get it. I first bought into these shares when the price dropped to £5.00 in October and I've bought more today at £3.20 odd. I think this has just got to be a no brainer. Am I looking at the best buy in the market or am I missing something?
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