Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
HICL Infrastructure Company LSE:HICL London Ordinary Share GB00B0T4LH64 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.20p +0.12% 164.90p 164.90p 165.00p 165.00p 164.80p 165.00p 428,773 11:00:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 178.6 12.4 13.3 2,944.30

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HICL Infrastructure Company Daily Update: HICL Infrastructure Company is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HICL. The last closing price for HICL Infrastructure Company was 164.70p.
HICL Infrastructure Company has a 4 week average price of 163.50p and a 12 week average price of 163.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 185.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 158.80p.
There are currently 1,785,507,302 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 966,524 shares. The market capitalisation of HICL Infrastructure Company is £2,944,301,541.
schofip: As the company is currently going through a book build process to raise £200M, you can expect the share price to fall towards whatever average price comes out of the book build process so you may still have an entry point coming up. Hold tight
hiddendepths: Now that's an impressive uptake! I doubt the share price will hang around long at these levels.
hiddendepths: I'm applying for five times my B E as E E. There was always going to be selling from instis down to close to the issue price of the new shares. They know they can sell some in the 160s and buy back the same number in the placing. It might not look good to some with the share price down here but actually it's just an opportunity to top up cheaply. I've got room for more at this sort of level as I trimmed my holding in the 170s and at 180p last year. So I'm close to adding in the market as I'm sure my E E application will be scaled back by quite a bit.
jonwig: Analysis of the share offer, and expectation that it will be over-subscribed: Http://
ganthorpe: Yes my first thought on seeing the Southmead Hospital announcement was the likelihood of another fundraising. It will have to be at a decent discount to the present share price and will bring down the premium and the share price. Not sure that I will throw any more cash at HICL. GAN
skinny: Annual Financial Report Highlights § A strong set of results, driven by good operational performance of the portfolio § Profit before tax was £231.0m (2014: £153.8m), up 50.2% § Total shareholder return of 15.4% and 22.5% in the year (on a NAV and share price basis, respectively) § Four quarterly interim dividends declared totalling 7.30p per share, exceeding the stated target by 0.05p per share, a 2.8% increase on the prior year § New guidance of a target dividend per share of 7.45p for the year to March 2016 (up from the previously published guidance of 7.40p) § Directors' valuation of the portfolio of £1,732.2m1, up from £1,500.6m1 at 31 March 2014 and £1,639.1m at 30 September 2014, with the weighted average discount rate reduced from 8.2% to 7.9% over the year § NAV per share as at 31 March 2015 of 136.7p, a 10.0p increase from 126.7p as at 31 March 2014 § Net investment of £113.1m during the year, comprising nine new investments and 10 incremental acquisitions for £221.4m and one disposal for net consideration of £108.3m § A further two investments and a disposal made since the period end for a net investment of £8.7m § Current net funding requirement of £8m § Demand for infrastructure investments continues to exceed supply in the Company's target sectors, impacting prices and valuations § A pipeline of new investment opportunities, both in the UK and overseas, expected to deliver further value accretion
yam114: Nav is about 130.00 Can't think share price will go much lower is doesn't normal fall back much I'm looking to top up soon.
jonwig: So HICL sells its stake in Colchester barracks for 25% more than its 2014 valuation. This follows 3IN's disposal of its Eversholt stake for 50% above, and BBY's revaluation of its infra portfolio by 50% upwards. It's tempting to think these companies should rethink their valuations across the board, in which case the current share price premiums will vanish. Or, perhaps, the share prices will rise accordingly?
jonwig: A £50m raise is just 3% of the current MCap, and to me a share price fall of 1.5% looks a bit heavy. Especially as Brewin Dolphin are always in the market buying for their clients under wealth management.
hiddendepths: Whoops - just looked in after a while of not doing so. I'll be in touch imminently spangle! I am aware that this stock more or less qualifies as an investment trust and so the NAV will act as a limiting factor to the share price. When I was talking about a break-out, I only meant that it's nice for it to make new highs over time as hopefully the NAV continues to rise despite the dividend payments. I'm not too worried about the diversification overseas. In fact, I welcome it as long as they set a higher target return to compensate for somewhat higher risk (eg currency). I suspect the UK is leading the way with PFI-type initiatives both in terms of what's on offer and competition to get it. Margins in countries where such deals are less commonplace should generally be better until local competitors get their act together and work out what these deals are worth and how they can efficiently handle them. Useful as the UK market matures!
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