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|Infra.India Daily Update: Infra.India is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IIP. The last closing price for Infra.India was 11.38p.|
Infra.India has a 4 week average price of 11.63p and a 12 week average price of 12.26p.
The 1 year high share price is 19.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.50p.
There are currently 680,267,041 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,258 shares. The market capitalisation of Infra.India is £77,380,375.91.
|braun65: For anyone who wants to read the in-house broker note on the VLMS acquisition here the link: http://WESTHOUSE.EU.bdvision.ipreo.com/NSightWeb_v2.00/Handlers/Document.ashx?i=fab52656f0644283a8cf00ff1a7cd20a
Why is this share price floundering at around 61p when NAV is at least 95p?|
Always best to go with your instincts.
Given the recent volume, it does not appear as though there are many holders that perhaps have IIP in their ISA ?
It's interesting to note the share price performance over the past few days, considering you have been selling, it's very encouraging to see the share price gradually continuing to rise and as suggested in my chart above, we seem to be developing another rising up-trend.
Personally, I'm more than happy to be buying into IIP at current levels. If the price does retraces at all, then I'm happy to add, so I guess it doesn't bother me with respect to my own investment strategy here.
IIP is becoming a happy constituent of my India portfolio :-)
Transferring from your ISA acct into a normal investment acct should be straight forward to do at minimal cost - your broker would just sell and buy back your holding and charge you the dealing costs for both legs of the transfer with a nominal spread in the share price.|
|nilip: IIP's decision to move to AIM was announced quite a while ago now ... in JULY (along with the results) ... we're now into October !
Most, if now all, holding in an ISA will, almost certainly imo, already have either sold or transferred their position into a normal investment account ... so I suspect anyone waiting for a cheaper buying opportunity or a top up opportunity is likely to be disappointed.
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Looking back at most of the trades in September alone, I see more of a trickle of buys than sells and the share price looks like it's starting to trend back up after a ~30% retrace.|
|cottlet: DOn If the share price gets to 110p what price are the warrants likely to be? Do they rise in direct proportion to the share price? Or is it just an unknown?|
Infra.India share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange