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|interesting point in long term chart - poss demand level here - widening nav gap
news doesn't look great tho|
|Company liquidity and financing
At the end of the period, the IIP Group had cash available of GBP5.1million. Post sale of WMP, and as at 30 June 2016, the Group's cash balances were GBP23.9m. IIP's current liquidity position is expected to provide the Group with sufficient cash resources to fund the business until approximately April 2017, when IIP's US$17 million working capital loan comes due. The Board is confident of either refinancing or repaying this loan.
Gopher - positive or negative , could this be reason for the discount, ref: final results|
|Its on a very big discount to NAV does anyone know when these project start generating cash and intentions re dividends|
|... and a third|
|This is starting to look good at last. I was a bit underwhelmed with Director purchase last week but the second buy feels positive.|
|Sorry, I think SMH issue relates to project debt rather than one-time monsoon damage.
But looks like IIP total exposure is not too great.|
|An informative Notice today.
Lots of plus points, the only questionable negative relates to SMH. Previously said monsoon damage was well covered by insurance, now they're seeking a fair outcome for shareholders. That shouldn't put too much of a dampener on all those positives.|
|India's election result is generally seen as favouring infrastructure projects. Remains to be seen if it pans out that way when other economic issues have to be addressed. Personally I would choose a project-specific stock such as SPL, now that all planning issues are at long last out of the way and construction has begun.|
To consider and, if thought fit, to pass the following resolution which will be proposed as an ordinary resolution:
That in accordance with Article 154.1 of the Articles of Association, the Company shall cease to continue as constituted and that if the resolution is not passed, a similar resolution be proposed at every fifth annual general meeting hereafter.
Accompanying the Annual Report and Accounts and notice of annual general meeting is a letter setting out the unanimous recommendation from the Board of the Company that shareholders consider voting against Resolution 6 as they consider this is in the best interests of the Company and its shareholders as a whole.|
The board of IIP (the "Board") expects to announce a Net Asset Value per Share of approximately GBP0.77 as at 31 March 2013 (30 September 2012: GBP0.69; 31 March 2012: GBP0.95).
|Seems to be India in general rather than IIP specific..|
|Ticking up nicely at last... Someone out there is buying.|
rob the slob
|From 21 Dec:
Infrastructure India plc, an AIM listed infrastructure fund investing directly into assets in India, announces that Sonny Lulla, Chief Executive of the Company, yesterday acquired 25,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 24p per share. Following this purchase, Mr Lulla holds 25,000 ordinary shares, representing 0.01% of the issued share capital of the Company.
From 27 Dec:
Infrastructure India plc, an AIM listed infrastructure fund investing directly into assets in India, announces that Sonny Lulla, Chief Executive of the Company, today acquired 125,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 25p per share. Following this purchase, Mr Lulla holds 350,000 ordinary shares, representing 0.10% of the issued share capital of the Company.|
|Thanks Cricklewood......can you CTRL C&V the article please|
rob the slob
|grief, this has had a torrid time over the last 12 months and now needing more funding to get by. Wouldn't rule out a return to 20p now ie. the '09 lows.
As with all things in India ... progress is always 2 steps forward and then 2 steps back & seemingly only the politicians ever win financially in the country.|
|This is good news for IIP:
|Extremely detailed research on IIP produced by Macquarie available on Indian Energy's website. Link:
|Interims are out just in time for Christmas!
NAV is 88p per share so IIP are running at a 25% discount|
....I'm not so sure...just take a look at the portfolio..
Marine Services.....diversified or what?...my bet is they're going prospecting....for oil and gas.....whatch this space.|