Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Raven Russia LSE:RUS London Ordinary Share GB00B0D5V538 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.875p -2.24% 38.125p 37.25p 39.00p 39.00p 38.50p 38.50p 49,257 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 149.1 -139.2 -19.6 - 331.66

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01/10/2016
09:20
Raven Russia Daily Update: Raven Russia is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RUS. The last closing price for Raven Russia was 39p.
Raven Russia has a 4 week average price of 38.71p and a 12 week average price of 37.46p.
The 1 year high share price is 44p while the 1 year low share price is currently 28.50p.
There are currently 869,933,878 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 636,899 shares. The market capitalisation of Raven Russia is £331,662,290.99.
29/9/2016
08:31
igbertsponk: yes, you can only tender your divi entitlement. Makes sense with the share price so near the tender price, as many large holders won't bother with the tender. So could lead to smaller holders getting rid of their whole holdings, which don't seem fair.
28/5/2016
18:05
grahamburn: Rather a "knocking" item from the Business Commentary column in The Times today on Raven's new options packages. __________________ Business Commentary Black marks all round at Raven Alistair Osborne Things must be tough in the Anton Bilton household. The executive deputy chairman of Raven Russia and his model wife, Lisa B, have been forced to cut the asking price of Tyringham Hall in Buckinghamshire. Or that, at least, is the shocking news from some media reports. Yes, £5.5 million off and now just £12.5 million. So how lucky for Mr Bilton that Raven’s shareholders may soon be making up the shortfall. On June 15, at the Guernsey AGM, they will be asked to approve a new “retention scheme” for Mr Bilton and three other directors of the investor in Russian warehouses: chief executive Glyn Hirsch, Mark Sinclair and Colin Smith, all Guernsey residents. And at least it’s a simple plan: each will get three lots of 150 per cent of basic salary just for sticking around until 2019. That’s right: three times £820,000 for Mr Bilton, based on his £547,000 salary, regardless of performance, just for not leaving. And all at a group now worth only £220 million after a 42 per cent share price dive in 12 months. It gets worse. The first payment arrives the minute shareholders approve the new policy. And while Mr Bilton and Mr Hirsch must take the money “in listed securities of the company”, that could be higher-ranking preference shares not aligned with ordinary investors. Not that they’ll be short of cash: the policy also provides an annual cash bonus of up to 75 per cent of salary “wholly at the discretion of the remuneration committee”. Who chairs it, you ask? Another Guernsey resident, Christopher Sherwell, 68, who does sound a bit of a pushover. The problem with the last bonus scheme only agreed in 2014, he explains, is that it didn’t pay out, what with Vladimir Putin invading Crimea and then a mix of sanctions and the plunging oil price doing over the rouble. And the company “requires, at the very least, valid motivational targets”. What’s more, directors have gone from Putinesque expansion to a “defensive strategy”, largely consisting of sitting back and collecting the rent. So the previous targets now look a bit awkward. Yes, the management, together for a decade, has a fan club. Invesco, Schroders and Neil Woodford’s eponymous fund hold more than half the ordinary shares and have just backed a £105 million preference share issue. Yet there wouldn’t be a change of policy if events in Russia meant the directors were now coining it. The company says 60 per cent of investors have “confirmed their full support” for the policy. Given the bad precedent it sets, they must be Raven mad.
21/1/2015
13:53
envirovision: I rather suspect the next company update will see the share price see those sub 20p levels once again, Russia is now entering what looks like a very deep not to mention long and protracted recession. With Putin sitting on 64% of the vote and set to be sitting in office till 2018, the political landscape wont be changing that seems for sure !
21/1/2015
13:40
loganair: The rouble exchange rate is almost entirely dependent on the oil price as the Russian Government needs Urals oil to trade at 3,600 roubles/bbl in order to balance it's budget. As soon as the price of oil starts to rise then will the rouble exchange rate will rise against the dollar. As a potential investor I'm looking for a share price more around the 30p level as during the last financial crash Raven fell sub 20p.
21/1/2015
13:34
envirovision: A new low every other day here for the share price. Meanwhile currency weakening continues rising above 65 roubles to the dollar. The last update talked about significant problems for some tenants at 50 to the dollar, however its looking increasing like above 65 roubles to the dollar is the new norm ! Must be an unpleasant place to be renegotiating rent roles, a speedy update as to how bad it is getting from Raven is needed.
16/12/2014
20:48
jayson26jay: The main risks are their usd dominated leases, short term the rents will be paid pegged to the usd, but as anyone with a foreign exchange mortgage knows, 50% extra is a big large expense to handle. Hence why the fall in share price is reasonable. Not a good plan to buy your own shares at 80 p.
04/6/2014
10:32
grahamburn: But if you don't buy the shares back, you'll be better off by 321 x 85p and, depending on your CGT position, will (probably) not be liable to any tax on any capital gain. With fewer shares in issue after the "buyback" and with the share price stable or even up a little the capital left in the remaining shares is actually worth more pro rata, even without buying the tendered shares back. So, it's not as easy a calculation as you make out, especially if you look at tax paid on the preference shares dividend, not to mention the prospective capital growth in the shares vis-a-vis the preference shares. PS Buying the shares back within 30 days may also negate the CGT tax benefit.
06/5/2014
14:19
igbertsponk: No he doesn't ! [That was a response to orchestralis who's now realised he was wrong and edited] He makes as he says 15p. But the hope is that the remaining shares increase in value as there are less of them. Just as a share paying a normal divi returns to the price it was before it paid out the divi. But in this case there's less of them. The 15p is a bit of a red herring - just designed to force everyone to take up the offer. If it was pitched at the current share price, then many wouldn't take it up.
18/12/2013
14:17
speedsgh: Tip update again today by ST at IC. Mentions possible increased buying by trackers/funds on the back of prospect of FTSE250 inclusion in March 2014 to support share price. "The bottom line is that Raven Russia's share price could get a boost from technical buying in the months ahead. It would be a move well underpinned by the strong fundamental case to invest which I have been making all year. Needless to say I continue to rate the ordinary shares a buy, and would also recommend that you convert half your preference shares into ordinaries too."
18/9/2013
12:01
speedsgh: @zangdook - no, but they did this time last year... http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/54256983 "On 11 September 2012, Raven Russia posted a circular to shareholders containing full details of a tender offer to purchase 1 in every 46 Ordinary Shares at 70p per share ("the Circular"). Since then, the Ordinary Share price has risen rendering, in the opinion of the Company, a Tender Price of 70p less attractive to Shareholders. As a consequence, and in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 9(ii) of Part II of the Circular, the Board has determined to increase the Tender Price so that it is now proposing to purchase 1 in every 49 Ordinary Shares at an increased price of 75p per share (the "Revised Tender Price")."
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