Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
City Merch. LSE:CHY London Ordinary Share GB00B0LNG760 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 161.625p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 8.8 7.6 7.3 22.1 117.66

City Merch. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/10/2012
13:39
CMHY thread now set up. (Rather late!)
pvb
17/4/2012
11:19
A technical point. I've received the new share certificate and the Par Value is given as Nil, the old shares_ had a Par Value of 2p. Does anyone know of what significance this is, if any?
pvb
04/4/2012
13:36
Doesn't look like he's around, no posts in last 90 days. Will you do the honours?
simon gordon
04/4/2012
13:25
New ticker: CMHY Is washbrook still around to do the honours?
pvb
04/4/2012
13:23
eithin - 1 Apr'12 - 12:18 - 59 of 60 Paid nett prior. Should now be + 1/4 so last years 10p nett should become 12.5p hopefully. Sorry, I just don't understand this. It wasn't paid nett before - it was just paid. That's how all UK Co. dividends are paid (OK not going into REITs). From now on it does not have to pay Corporation Tax so there could be greater cash available to pay as a dividend. Is that what you mean?
pvb
03/4/2012
19:40
New ticker: CMHY
simon gordon
01/4/2012
11:18
Paid nett prior. Should now be + 1/4 so last years 10p nett should become 12.5p hopefully.
eithin
30/3/2012
16:56
Share price should remain the same but dividend can now be paid gross Gross in what sense? How is this different from before?
pvb
30/3/2012
12:51
Shares de listed from LSE today and will run from Jersey and reapply to LSE for next monday. Share price should remain the same but dividend can now be paid gross
tiger20
19/3/2012
11:26
If held in an ISA, divi should increase, paid gross, Is this correct ?
eithin
01/3/2012
10:11
dd, quite possibly CHY will continue to do well - by avoiding the tax charge that would otherwise apply by being domiciled in London. I too bought several years ago, and by always reinvesting dividends effictively bought at around £1.13, held within an ISA. Weighing up the options, I decided against all that form filling and what not, sold yesterday for a profit of 45%. The market has been bouyant since the turn of the year, one thing that this market has shown us over the last decade is that sometimes it's wise to take profits. I hold plenty of IT's, have since the 80's and 90's, if anything I've been a little too loyal, if I had sold some 11 or 12 years ago I'd have received more than I would today. C'est la vie, my choice. Good luck if you continue to hold. There are a few other quality income IT's out there........Was time for me to move on is all.
damanko
29/2/2012
12:08
Saw somewhere that shareholders should vote on the move to Jersey: does anyone know how, where, and until when? Damanko - why should the move lead you to think that CHY might do less well with a Jersey registration? Is there another hi-income trust that does as well as CHY? You have given me food for thought. At today's price yield is 6.5% - a wee bit better than be building society and the share price has risen 14% since 1st Jan 2012. I bought years ago at a price of £1.71 and have had my moments, espec when it fell to less than £1 (2008), but have hung on and collected the dividends throughout. I don't see why a Jersey registration should change things - indeed if it is to reduce tax we might see an improvement
ddavenport
23/2/2012
19:26
But no Div in May! So just an early payout really.
lost and found
22/2/2012
07:43
Extra 2.4p divi for 28th. March.....
eithin
24/1/2012
00:47
Yes, I'm in quite heavily.
gorse
23/1/2012
20:30
Going x divi on Wednesday, with 2.5p for holders, payable 25th February. I picked up a few for some income. Anyone else watching? Alun
alun rm
11/11/2010
16:24
ILH its sister fund is below asset value yet this one above!
davebowler
02/9/2010
15:07
And both up today.
davebowler
01/9/2010
13:31
ILH and HDV both at a discount still- compared to this at a premium.
davebowler
10/8/2010
10:46
ILH again at a discount and this at a premium.
davebowler
20/4/2010
14:46
ILH Invesco's own sister fund is on a 9% discount to NAV (admittedly with higher gearing) whereas this is at a premium
davebowler
14/4/2010
10:16
CLICK GRAPH TO ENLARGE New city latest Fact sheet:-http://www.ncim.co.uk/fact/nc.pdf City merchants Latest Fact Sheet:-http://itinvestor.invescoperpetual.co.uk/UK/Factsheets/Investment_Trust/city_merchants_high_yield.pdf
washbrook
14/4/2010
09:48
ILH Invesco's own sister fund is on a 6% discount to NAV (admittedly with higher gearing) whereas this is at a premium
davebowler
09/4/2010
14:27
CHY now at a premium to asset value whereas HDIV is still at a good discount
davebowler
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