Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cqs New C.H.Y.F LSE:NCYF London Ordinary Share JE00B1LZS514 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 57.50p 57.50p 58.00p 58.25p 57.50p 57.50p 467,827.00 16:19:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 18.7 16.4 4.5 12.8 217.92

Cqs New C.H.Y.F Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/11/2016
20:12
Nothing, I have been researching alot of I.T's today and there are some crazy nav disc and premium's. They have a way of sorting themselves out by market opening
getscenic
20/11/2016
15:42
I amm looking at HL site, for NCYF. NAV has fallen to about 5p. The premium is shown as over 800%. What's up.
11_percent
19/11/2016
22:07
Solarno - Long term bond prices are falling (and may continue to fall if you read the financial press). Here's performance of several popular US bond index ETFs since mid-year: iShares iBoxx Investment-Grade Corporate Bond (NYSEARCA:LQD): -3.8% iShares 7-10 Year Treasury index (NYSEARCA:IEF): -5.8% Long-Term Treasury bonds (TLT, TLO): -12% So a move into shorter dated makes sense. It's about capital preservation in the bond market at the moment.
kiwi2007
11/11/2016
06:47
I am really disappointed by this but wonder what their reason is Thanks MRF
solarno lopez
11/11/2016
00:11
oops looks like they have been selling valuable high yielding perpetuals for short dated rubbish - also noted from their comment about bond prices performing strong its a pity the same can not been said for their value of their underlying assets at 55p ! hmmmm.......... examples would be selling Ecclesiastical 8 5/8% perp, Santander 10 3/8% perp well above par and re investing in bonds such as Pizza Express 8 5/8% 2022, Perform Group 8 1/2% 2024, Altice 7.25% Euro denominated bonds of 2022 and more of the Altice 7 3/4% Dollar denominated bonds of 2022. Market anomalies provided a few opportunities to invest in grossly under-priced bonds such as Tesco Property Finance 7.6227% and Scottish Widows
my retirement fund
17/10/2016
19:28
Plas y Brenin - I remember it well........
asmodeus
17/10/2016
15:39
Thanks hastings. Where did you find that info please?
plasybryn
17/10/2016
15:27
30th xd - payment 28 Nov
hastings
17/10/2016
13:07
Shouldn't we be getting a dividend notification?
plasybryn
10/10/2016
15:41
Getting a little hot in the kitchen here
my retirement fund
13/9/2016
09:59
Large seller in the background. Offer steadily reducing despite the bias to buy trades.
eeza
24/8/2016
21:44
Can anyone supply a link to the Credit rating breakdown of this fund (as can be seen in most funds of this type i.e. htTps://www.invescoperpetual.co.uk/site/ip/pdf/fs-it-cmhyt.pdf ) I've been through all their docs on site but even the annual report doesn't seem to have a breakdown.
kiwi2007
24/8/2016
10:54
MRF ... Yes, compared with maybe IPE or CMHY.
tenbag
24/8/2016
10:28
Top sliced some profits, my worry is the shareprice is running away from the NAV - or moreover the NAV doesn't seem to be improving despite the huge bounce back seen over the summer in corporate bonds and even the BOE entering the corporate arena has not shifted the NAV.
my retirement fund
26/7/2016
07:58
The desperate hunt for income continues - good buy in price over the first 6 months of this year.
nimbo1
19/7/2016
18:24
Another good year then. Final dividend been anounced secured an overall increased yield year on year
my retirement fund
11/7/2016
10:04
I have added a few more this morning. The yield is great. R2
robsy2
13/4/2016
22:35
Should next go xd at the end of this month. Still yielding 7.2% PA.A must for regular income seekers such as ISA savers, pensioners and the likes. IMO.
my retirement fund
03/4/2016
12:22
Click on the 'financials' tab at the top of the page then scroll down to the dividend section to see when historic divs have been made. That will give you an idea. Looks like near month end.
langland
03/4/2016
10:55
When does it go ex dividend please? Has that been announced?
plasybryn
10/3/2016
10:21
RCT the NAV is marked to market. Yes that would be an interesting figure to see, although I'm not sure what purpose it would serve as they trade in and out of bonds as they see value in addition to having redemptions. You could probably do a fairly rough estimate if you had plenty of spare time and could be bothered, for example they hold plenty of REA 8.75% 2020 which is currently trading at a 20% discount to par: http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-markets/debt-securities/company-summary-chart.html?fourWayKey=GB00BYY8MM32GBGBPSTBS&ds=0
my retirement fund
09/3/2016
19:07
The information I would like to see is how the NAV compares to the par value of the bonds. I assume that the NAV is given at current market price of the bonds, it would be interesting to know the NAV based on the par value.
rcturner2
09/3/2016
15:55
Some interesting info from half yearly report including Gearing The Company renewed its existing GBP30m loan facility with Scotiabank in December 2015 at a current all-in rate of 1.25%. The new facility is on more favourable terms than the one that it replaced. GBP25m was drawn down at 31 December 2015 and the Company had an effective gearing ratio of 10%. For the Company's portfolio we continued to take profits on Phoenix 7 1/4%, General Accident 8 7/8% preferred and British Airways 6 3/4% preferred with the proceeds being recycled into Perform Group 8.5% 2020 and Old Mutual 7 .875% 2025. We had five bonds called during the period including Europcar 9.375% 2018, AA 9.5% 2019 and House of Fraser 8 7/8% 2018; the proceeds were mostly invested into IDH finance 8 1/2% 2019 (Europe's largest Dental chain), Co-op Bank 8 1/2% 2025, Iceland 6 3/4% 2024 and Barclays 7.875% perpetual. Ian Francis New City Investment Managers
my retirement fund
02/3/2016
22:47
One would have to issue them sell them and buy them back to capitalise them. I should think it was a fairly cheap process to execute fee wise.
my retirement fund
02/3/2016
22:19
Well the logic looks sound, but why involve Cantor Fitzgerald in such a way that presumably involves two transaction costs. ? Additional share issues are not uncommon, share buy backs are not uncommon, any reason to do it the way outlined?
dragonsteeth
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