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|praipus: The 2004 annual report shows Chicago Environmental PLC which I think was the predecessor to Climate Exchange PLC. The 2005 annual report shows them holding £1,840,000 worth of Climate Exchange PLC.
Suspect share price growth.|
|m4ybe: ZEN (Zenergy) have superconducting materials that claim to reduce the cost of wind power generation by 25%. That share price almost tripled last year so I presume they are onto something.|
|gsands: I think this is a new all time high for MNE. Share price has got a lot of catching up to do!
NET ASSET VALUEMERRILL LYNCH NEW ENERGY TECHNOLOGY PLCThe unaudited net asset value for Merrill Lynch New Energy Technology plc at
close of business on 6 December 2007 was:72.08p|
|asparks: o/t/ but interesting renewables opportunity
Alkane Energy PLC
08 October 2007
Alkane Energy plc
8 October 2007
Announcement from the Board of Directors of Alkane Energy
Alkane Energy plc ('Alkane Energy') notes the movement in its share price.
Alkane Energy confirms that it has held informal talks that may or may not lead
to an offer being made for the Company. The talks are at an early stage and
there can be no certainty that a formal offer will be forthcoming.
Further announcements will be made in due course, as appropriate.
For further enquiries:
Brewin Dolphin Investment Banking 0845 270 8610
|spangle93: Anyone else get this today?
June 05, 2007
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|biglosses: Not entirely sure how they have calculated the bonus but if shareholder NAV has dropped from 55.79p to 54.90p, this represents a bonus of around 1.6% of the fund's assets. Assuming there are around 210million shares in circulation, then it would appear the total bonus is in the region of £1.9m.
I'm drip feeding into an ISA & they're also taking 1.25% as an initial charge. In addition to this there is also an Annual Management Charge which is 0.5% + VAT per annum. This is all in addition to the spread which admittedly is low for this stock. Guess if the share price outperforms (its the same now as it was a year ago) I won't have too many complaints.|
|asparks: RVA Shares Mag Play of the Week: Renova "is on the cusp of an expansion that should spark a share=price hike way beyond its current 180p level.........Dividends are also shooting up....likely to baloon to 15p within 3 yrs......share price 250p in a year 500p + in a couple of years"|
|armistead34: agreed, Garth,
Strong sector plus geographic diversification.
I'll start off the epics with cwp; active board, even more active share price, though a recent warning, which just proves that this is a tech stock.|
|m.t.glass: Share price up 35% already this year..
Today's 'Nuclear Is Not The Answer' advisory report to the UK government ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4778344.stm ) might be expected to steer a few more investors in the direction of funds such as this one.|
|praipus: Ecofin are offering a chance for ECW and ECWC holders to convert up to 50% of their holding to ECWO shares or cash at attributable NAV in July 2007. Today NAV is circa £4.20 and the share price is only £3.43 to buy. Arbitragers look for market discrepancies such as this...it offers a reasonable chance of a 20% profit and exposure Ecofin's ability to grow asset value.
Is this what you meant Garth?|
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