Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Eng. LSE:PEW London Ordinary Share GB0033537902 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.50p +0.96% 157.50p 153.00p 162.00p 158.50p 156.00p 156.00p 11,318.00 15:22:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 3.1 1.9 10.1 15.6 27.37

Premier Eng. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/11/2016
10:31
Good PEW are ahead regardless or world uncertainties.
praipus
24/10/2016
14:14
NAV up to 193.7p.
aleman
21/10/2016
08:22
Offer for DVW today (reject bound to be better offer IMHO)should encourage the remaining UK utilities. Wouldnt be surprised if PEW had a few tucked away based on the managment teams history:)
praipus
03/8/2016
15:46
Half-year Report
skinny
03/8/2016
15:44
Portfolio Update Premier Energy and Water Trust PLC announce that at close of business on 31 July 2016 its twenty largest investments were as follows: Company % of total net assets OPG Power Ventures 7.2% TerraForm Global Ord & 9.75% Bond* 6.1% Beijing Enterprises Holdings 5.8% SSE 5.7% First Trust MLP and Energy Income Fund 5.5% China Power Intl. Develop 5.4% Pattern Energy Conv 4% 15/7/2020 4.2% Engie 4.0% Cia Paranaense Energia ADR 4.0% Pennon Group 3.2% China Everbright Intl. 3.2% Qatar Electricity & Water Co. 3.0% Transelectrica 2.9% Huaneng Renewables 2.6% Cia de Saneamento do Parana 2.2% Hafslund 1.9% Keppel Infrastructure Trust 1.9% Edison International 1.8% EDP - Energias do Brasil 1.8% Nextera Energy 1.7% * Holding in both bond and equity At close of business on 31 July 2016 the total net assets of Premier Energy and Water Trust PLC amounted to £55.8 million. The sector breakdown and geographical allocation were as follows: Sector Breakdown % of total net assets Electricity 40.7% Multi Utilities 23.5% Water & Waste 9.1% Gas 8.8% Cash/Net Current Assets 2.5% Renewable Energy 15.4% 100.0% Geographical Allocation % of total net assets Europe (excluding UK) 6.7% China 17.6% North America 20.7% Global 11.5% Asia (excluding China) 4.6% United Kingdom 9.9% Latin America 10.3% Cash/Net Current Assets 2.5% India 7.4% Eastern Europe 5.9% Middle East 2.9% 100.0%
skinny
20/7/2016
11:18
PEW underwent a capital reorganisation in December 2015, whereby its existing ZDPs expired at the end of the year, and has been replaced by a new ZDP issue with an expiry date in November 2020. This has undated the Ordinary shares which have received dividend payments totalling 111.75p since November 2003, combined with NAV growth of approx. 65%. N1 Singer update: Https://www.research-tree.com/Company/GB0033537902
kingcashbilly
05/7/2016
12:48
It's fallen even more. £ = 1.310 = Euro 1.172
aleman
05/7/2016
12:34
166.27p. £ has fallen quite a bit more overnight and this morning so could have gone up gone up some more to pushing 170p.
aleman
04/7/2016
11:36
165.26p Accumulated income is 5.96p versus 4.28p this time last year. I know the dividend is forecasted to be cut but I'm thinking we might get a bit more than the touted 8p minimum.
aleman
30/6/2016
12:54
154.32p. Still going up.
aleman
28/6/2016
14:58
NAV up again by about 3% yesterday to 151.57p as the rest of the market fell hard. Slight recovery in the £ today might take the edge off that though.
aleman
28/6/2016
00:03
NAV here has probably risen quite a lot over the two days since Brexit. It is interesting to think that the dividend might also rise for the same currency translation reason. Granted, we don't know what the knock-on affects of Brexit will be globally, but it beats being in some of the hard-hit sectors at the moment.
aleman
27/6/2016
17:56
Big rise in NAV on Brexit day.
aleman
07/6/2016
12:41
I see OPG, the largest invetment at 9.9%, is to start paying dividends. It always worried me that PEW comitted so much to OPG, and it has suffered as OPG's price has fallen, but at least we should see some stronger income on the back of it. The expected maiden dividend (with an initial target of 15% payout) should have a yield of around 1.5% . If OPG equates to just under 14p of PEW assets, then that should add 0.2p to PEW income. That 0.2p should be in a position to grow quite quickly, although OPG is still prioritising debt repayment and has growth aspirations. It should be warned that OPG shares have fallen as expansion timelines have been missed, although they do seem to be getting there slowly.
aleman
28/4/2016
10:13
Premier Energy and Water Trust PLC Premier Energy and Water Trust PLC announces an unchanged first interim dividend for the year ending 31 December 2016 of 1.9 pence per ordinary share. This first interim dividend will be paid on 30 June 2016 to members on the register at the close of business on 3 June 2016. The Ordinary shares will be marked ex-dividend on 2 June 2016. The Directors have previously indicated that they expect that the total dividend for 2016, in the absence of unforeseen or exceptional circumstance, will be at least 8.00p per ordinary share. This expectation remains intact. 28 April 2016 Enquiries: Premier Fund Managers Limited + 44 (0) 1483 30 60 90 Nigel Sidebottom James Smith Claire Long
aleman
21/4/2016
09:40
I can't see this placing getting far. It has to enhance NAV so outsiders must have to pay over NAV to get new shares issued. PEW rarely trades at a premium so I don't see any shares gettign issued in the next year. It seems a waste of time - or am I missing something? hTTps://www.premierfunds.co.uk/media/846498/premier-energy-and-water-trust-prospectus-2016.pdf Perhaps, the zeroes are expected to trade at a premium as interest rates turn increasingly negative and they can issue new shares if the premium on the new zeroes exceeds the discount on the ordinaries. I suppose that makes sense.
aleman
13/4/2016
12:53
NAV starting to show a little life - 145.23p.
aleman
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