Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Merrill Lynch Com. Inc Inv Tst LSE:MLCO London Ordinary Share GB00B0N8MF98 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 172.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
6.1 5.4 5.3 32.7 0.00

Merrill Lynch Com Share Discussion Threads

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28/4/2008
14:00
thanks for that... I guess all the ML funds managed by Black Rock have now changed EPIC..
idioterna
28/4/2008
13:51
EPIC code now BRCI: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=17026399
aleman
30/3/2008
15:11
JP Morgan Natural Resources have increased its exposure in agricultrual commodities.
watwungyi
18/3/2008
15:21
Dividend increased 17%. A very good start and ahead of 5.25p target. Prospective yield 3.8% on 6p perhaps?: MERRILL LYNCH COMMODITIES INCOME INVESTMENT TRUST PLC ANNOUNCEMENT OF QUARTERLY INTERIM DIVIDEND 18 March 2008 The Board of Merrill Lynch Commodities Income Investment Trust plc is pleased to announce that the first quarterly interim dividend in respect of the year to 30 November 2008 of 1.3125p per ordinary share has been declared by the Directors, payable on 25 April 2008 to holders of ordinary shares on the register at the close of business on 28 March 2008 (ex dividend date is 26 March 2008). Enquiries: Barbara Powley BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Limited, Secretary Telephone: 020 7743 5610
aleman
16/3/2008
12:51
thanks dave Big fan of Rogers got some of his books. -------------------------------------------- http://oldcodgerandharvey.blogspot.com/
owen999
16/3/2008
12:16
MERRYL LYNCH COMMODITIES Investment Trust Yield 2.78% 10.07.07:-1.25, (134) after H1 NAV 133.31p (102.50p) - dividend 1.125p (2.25p to date). 11.07.06 :-0.5, (106.75) after H1 NAV 102.5p - dividend 1.0625p. Over the period to May 31, 2006 both commodities themselves and commodity related companies saw a period of mixed performance with new highs being set in April followed by a period of extreme volatility during May. Against this background the Company's NAV ended the period at 102.50p per share, an increase of 5.6% (in total return terms) above its initial value of 98.0p per share. Over the same period, the share price rose to 102.75p per share, a rise of 3.7% (in total return terms).
owen999
16/3/2008
12:11
Look at CED2 for i/2 softs, 1/2 general commodities exposure. Its protected and geared twice to rising commodities.
davebowler
16/3/2008
11:59
A major stock to have in these uncertain times. ------------------------------------------------ Sector Analysis % of Total Country Analysis % of Total Assets Assets Integrated Oil 22.6 Global 20.8 Diversified 19.5 USA 16.4 Exploration & Production 13.3 Asia 12.7 Gold 8.0 Europe 11.0 Platinum 7.0 Canada 10.4 Aluminium 5.5 Latin America 8.8 Coal 5.2 Australia 6.1 Copper 4.6 South Africa 5.8 Nickel 4.4 China 4.7 Oil Services 3.7 Russia 2.0 Zinc 2.0 Africa 0.9 Tin 1.0 Current assets 0.4 Refining & Marketing 0.8 ------ Distribution 0.7 Total 100.0 Uranium 0.7 Diamond 0.3 Mineral Sands 0.3 Current assets 0.4 ------ Total 100.0 Ten Largest Equity Investments (in alphabetical order) Company Region of Risk Alcoa USA BHP Billiton Global Chevron Global CVRD Latin America Eni Europe Rio Tinto Global Statoil Europe Straits Asia Resources Asia Straits Resources Australia Total Global Commenting on the markets, Richard Davis, representing the Investment Manager noted: Heightened fears over the potential for the US economy to slide into recession weighed heavily on equity markets during January, with the energy and mining indices falling 11.6% and 4.4% respectively. In the energy market, oil prices briefly moved above the US$100/Bbl level during the month before closing at US$91/Bbl. OPEC met in early February but did not increase production levels, despite pressure from western governments keen to cool inflation. It was a particularly volatile period for the mining sector, with supply side shocks such as widespread flooding in Australia and power shortages in South Africa playing their part in keeping the market tight. In addition, China has undergone one of the coldest periods in the past 100 years and has seen a surge in the demand for coal as a result. In equity news, Chinalco and Alcoa bought a circa 9% stake in Rio Tinto. Shortly afterwards, BHP Billiton made a bid for Rio Tinto, having proposed a merger last year. We will be monitoring this situation very closely. Meanwhile, CVRD confirmed that it is in talks with Xstrata.
owen999
03/3/2008
08:32
yes I have read it wrong .....for institutional buyers...apologies!!!!!
anubus
02/3/2008
15:29
Watwungyi Investec Global Gold?????? at £100,000 minimum?? I'm sort of impressed or have I read it wrong??
anubus
28/2/2008
09:09
Watwungyi have you had a look at CF Ruffer Baker Steel Gold Fund promising.
anubus
26/2/2008
14:29
Anubus, good luck. jp has about 3% of its portfolio in soft. up from nil. i've got mlco, jp nat resources and investec global gold as well.
watwungyi
22/2/2008
15:47
Thanks Aleman- the link is in the header now.
mangal
22/2/2008
15:43
Bought into this one today to expand on my commodities interest from a significant holding in APF (junior mining and exploration funded from coal royalties with healthy dividend). Thought mangal might like to put this useful link in the header: http://www.trustnet.com/it/funds/?fund=67976
aleman
22/2/2008
14:56
wat.... thanks for the tip on jp morgan am in those as well in my sipp. have been mulling over how to get some soft exposure....jp could be the answer ...thanks
anubus
21/2/2008
11:29
160 is going to be a new support, considering further good sings for commodities. why wouldn't they invest some of their money in softs? jp morgan nat resources is buying some softs now.
watwungyi
04/2/2008
10:53
I too hold MLW & bought a few MLCO, not for the yield but to track them in relation to MLW.
mangal
04/2/2008
10:32
hi mangal thanks for the thread.as a long follower of MLW and recently mlco wondered when the ciderella of the two might get a showing. Presently split 50/50 iro £28000 all in an ISA. Whats your thoughts looking at potential for capital growth versus safety of higher yield ????
anubus
03/2/2008
22:07
Trustnet profile: http://www.trustnet.com/it/funds/?fund=67976
mangal
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