Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trinity Capital LSE:TRC London Ordinary Share GB00B0ZL5243 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% 3.75p 3.50p 4.00p 3.75p 3.75p 3.75p 1,477,858 07:52:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 0.0 -8.5 -3.3 - 7.89

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25/10/2016 11:22:243.25800,00026,000.00O
25/10/2016 10:24:413.9725,000993.13O
25/10/2016 09:36:423.97100,3583,988.23O
25/10/2016 08:14:553.9725,000993.50O
25/10/2016 08:12:573.9727,5001,092.85O
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Trikona Trinity Capital Daily Update: Trinity Capital is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRC. The last closing price for Trikona Trinity Capital was 3.75p.
Trinity Capital has a 4 week average price of 1.96p and a 12 week average price of 2.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.75p.
There are currently 210,432,498 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,039,419 shares. The market capitalisation of Trinity Capital is £7,891,218.68.
grahamg8: Cyber City disposal is worth around 2pps on the asset value. Whether this is reflected in the share price we wait to see. The amount of cash received may just be enough to trigger another distribution, perhaps 4 to 5 pps, plus any spare cash no longer required that is already being held. Much needed good news after recent falls.
grahamg8: Think so RBC. But they seem quite bullish about the asset values for DB Reality once the criminal investigation is sorted out. Currently in the books at the current share price of around 1/4 of a year ago. So some chance of a bounce back. Difficult to say when that would occur.
mark1000: RBCRBC As I understand it the 7.61 p per share is the additional increase in NAV per share attributable to the increase over book value for DB Realty since the last Financial Accounts - given that DB Realty`s share price holds in a years time the shares could be sold for 72M which on the basis of 210M shares would give you 34P a share rather than the figure you quote of 7.61p. When you add the shipyard shares etc you can see that by this time next year TRC could be sitting on a 100 Million plus cash bucket not sure about the tax consequences of a Company selling shares at a profit presumably some local tax to pay would be interested to hear from any knowledgeable posters on this subject.
mark1000: I have cut and pasted this from the Interim Accounts RNS "If any material specific provisions for losses are required to be made based on new or more detailed information that comes to light, the Company will inform shareholders through the usual channel of RNS announcements". To have included this comment in the Chairmans report means they must have some concerns - in my mail 710 this is what I am describing as the mist it really is just increased uncertainty - I suppose at 55p share price and 120p NAV the share can handle some uncertainty.
mark1000: I feel we could see the share continue to drift down while we await more news on buybacks which I favour or special dividends which I do not. So I am neither a seller or a buyer but a holder anticipating some sort of news before y/e. Over the next three years I am looking for 30% compound growth on the current share price. Would be great if that German investment company that are mentioned in the accounts RNS as buying assets stomp up the cash to buy us out and presumable keep the management employed which must be uppermost in the thoughts of our management team.
mark1000: Graham - Do not disagree - but as I understand it correct me if I am wrong they have 88 million to pay out in 16 months to be completed by 31/03/11. My guess is that we will see another share buy back pre 31/03/10 - of course when they are no longer time barred on selling the Pipavev stake this time next year they should have sufficient funds to put through a tender for say half the remaining shares but who knows may be an ever increasing share price as the buy back goes into full swing but in view of the values to be handed back to shareholders a tender must make sense.
grahamg8: I think you may well be right Mark1000. The last buy back cost £12m for 21.367702m shares. If a new buy back pays 70p for all shares another £12m, which they clearly have available, would reduce the number in circulation by 17.14m or just over 8% of the shares currently in circulation. As the plan is to return £100m over 24 months then there would need to be 8 buy back programmes ie one every 3 months presumably at a gradually increasing price. This would show a responsible hands on management of the share price, reduction in discount to asset value, and shareholder expectations. The alternative is to have a series of special dividends. Major shareholders are being consulted on the most tax efficient way to make the returns. The only problem still to resolve is the renegotiation of the management agreement.
mark1000: DCOM - I agree it should work out at 30% compound growth on the current share price over the next three years. We have GDP growth of 6%+ per year in India compare that with the UK we may even see the exchange rate improve as the GBP falls further as we emerse ourselves in debt.
mark1000: My thoughts to badtime be interesting to see the NAV when they announce the results. The share price stability over the last two months suggests their is a big buyer happy to buy at under 56p and with low volumes price is holding steady pending the trading update.
grahamg8: No, they have reduced their stake to stay under 30%. On 10 June QVT had 62.5405m shares and 378,817CFDs on a total of 216.5m ie 29.06%. Indeed they peaked at 69,010,500 on 7 February 2008. QVT have been very consistent at just keeping under the threshold to avoid a compulsory take over bid. As my previous posts I see this as very supportive of the sp, because during the buy back they could have offloaded without triggering a collapse in the share price. As they didn't then they presumably see the upside potential that we are all hoping will be revealed in the next few weeks.
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