Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xxi Century Investments Public LSE:XXIC London Ordinary Share CY0009731015 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.875p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 4.3 -26.1 -4.3 - 8.10

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12/4/2013
11:10
jojo_jo: Just wondering how the Cypress crisis affects loans from their banks to outsiders, as here? Logically I'd guess that a domestic 'run' of sorts on Cypriot banks by residents has reduced liquidity/reserves/deposits considerably. Accordingly I suspect there is little chance of getting the requested loan extension until 2014. I'm just surprised it didn't tank after the last RNS! Hopefully (for them - I'm not a holder) they have/are negotiating re-financing with another bank. The caveat being that the Cypriot bank opts to extend the loan rather than call it in and risk losing on it following a fire sale of XXI's collateral, and possibly waiting a year or longer for such a fire sale to conclude. They may just extend it and punish them interest-wise. That may suit them as may the possible benefits attached to leaving cash overseas, away from a desperate Cypriot government's grasp. Today's share price fall implies the former, ie. the bank won't be extending the loan another year, although they may give them 3 months to re-finance, at some punitive interest rate. IMPO/DYOR/NAI Jo PS. Just observing - not invested.
28/1/2012
15:36
cufes2: Oh dear, we've been over this before . . . I assume you are referring to the posts where I spotted you and your partner in crime TOPINFO were using the wrong number of shares and market cap re XXIC . . . what I didn't check was that you were using the wrong NAV figure too . . . people should NEVER believe a word you two post without checking everything . . . CuFeS2 - 17 Oct'11 - 07:34 - 737 of 745 edit LMAO . . . you two were using the historic NAV figure and the wrong number of shares in issue and thus market cap as ADVFN is wrong . . . obviously I should have checked the NAV myself rather than rely on you and TOPINFO to post the correct info . . . moreforus - 13 Jul'11 - 10:50 - 707 of 716 51 mill usd 30 mill gbp vs 2 mill market cap? Currypata Kai - 17 Oct'11 - 09:37 - 738 of 745 CuFeS2 Just to clear this all up please could you tell us what you think the nav is ? CuFeS2 - 17 Oct'11 - 09:37 - 739 of 745 edit I don't think it's 84p as was suggested by moreforus . . . moreforus - 13 Jul'11 - 11:04 - 708 of 716 7p price vs 84p net asset value... __________________________________________________ envirovision The NAV is reported as $299m and the number of shares in issue is currently 446.58m according to TDW and so NAV per share is actually 42p using current conversion rates . . . so why is the share price 5p . . . I'm no property expert but is it to do with ownership of investment properties . . . http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=49328528&symbol=XXIC "The above investment properties comprise of investment properties held under finance leases with the municipality authorities and owned investment properties" So according to the accounts the value of investment properties under finance lease is currently $341m and the actual owned investment properties is $52m . . . Also is there a risk being attached to company ownership . . . "As part of the Group's restructuring, share capital increases were effected on 25 January 2011 and 6 May 2011 (refer to Note 25). Following these share capital increases and as at the date of signing of these financial statements, the Company is controlled by Ovaro Holdings Limited, which owns 62.16% of the Company's shares. As a result of the restructuring, the shareholding of Mr. Lev Partskhaladze was diluted to 4.72%.The remaining 33.12% of the shares is widely held by the Eurobondholders and Warrantholders, who converted debt into equity, specifically 26.48%, and other investors."
17/10/2011
08:37
cufes2: I don't think it's 84p as was suggested by moreforus . . . moreforus - 13 Jul'11 - 11:04 - 708 of 716 7p price vs 84p net asset value... __________________________________________________ envirovision The NAV is reported as $299m and the number of shares in issue is currently 446.58m according to TDW and so NAV per share is actually 42p using current conversion rates . . . so why is the share price 5p . . . I'm no property expert but is it to do with ownership of investment properties . . . http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=49328528&symbol=XXIC "The above investment properties comprise of investment properties held under finance leases with the municipality authorities and owned investment properties" So according to the accounts the value of investment properties under finance lease is currently $341m and the actual owned investment properties is $52m . . . Also is there a risk being attached to company ownership . . . "As part of the Group's restructuring, share capital increases were effected on 25 January 2011 and 6 May 2011 (refer to Note 25). Following these share capital increases and as at the date of signing of these financial statements, the Company is controlled by Ovaro Holdings Limited, which owns 62.16% of the Company's shares. As a result of the restructuring, the shareholding of Mr. Lev Partskhaladze was diluted to 4.72%.The remaining 33.12% of the shares is widely held by the Eurobondholders and Warrantholders, who converted debt into equity, specifically 26.48%, and other investors."
28/9/2011
19:14
cufes2: envirovision I'm surprised someone was claiming XXIC was worth 45p . . . The NAV in the final results issued in July was stated quite clearly as $51m . . . http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=48282582&symbol=XXIC "The Group's real estate portfolio was appraised by CB Richard Ellis. As at 31 December 2010 the value of the Group's share of properties in its portfolio stood at USD 393 million compared to USD 424 million at the previous year end. Net Asset Value, excluding minorities, was USD 51 million compared to USD 116 million as at 31 December 2009. The substantial decrease in NAV over the last few years reflects several factors: (a) the collapse of the property market in the Ukraine; (b) the heavy carrying cost of the USD 175 million Guaranteed Secured Notes, which at restructuring reached USD 222 million; and (c) disposals which the Group was obliged to make in order to remain viable." The latest results only serve to obfuscate what is going on at XXIC IMHO . . . 80 pages FFS . . . but with regard to the property portfolio they say . . . "There has not been any change to the Company's property portfolio since 31 December 2010. At that time, the portfolio was appraised by CB Richard Ellis at USD 393 million and the Board and management have decided that this valuation level is appropriate at mid-year 2011." I'm no real estate expert so I'm happy to be proved wrong but the current share price would appear to tell its own story . . . all the financial shenanigans looks like smoke and mirrors IMHO . . . but if anyone wants to invest in a Ukrainian real estate business with a registered office in Cyprus then good luck to them . . .
27/1/2011
12:14
andrbea: was this once a 14-quid share? The developer's share price has grown 104 percent year to date, reaching GBP 14.475 yesterday. http://www.wseinternational.eu/pub/spolki_w_mediach/Companies_in_media/XXI_Century_Rising_Profits_and_Share_Price.pdf where did it all go wrong?
26/1/2011
14:30
dj_curtis: Selftrade is an online Sharedealing service. Very easy to set up and use. I used to be with Barclays but switched over. I was recommended this Share also, I then followed up with a bit of research and from what I saw at these levels it seemed like an investment I felt was worth a medium to long term punt. I have dabbled with short term trading in the past and whilst getting a few good wins, tended to lose the gains just as quickly as I was unable to sit in front of the screen all day. I now try to look a bit further down the line at the ongoing potential and also benefit from not having to watch the price every minute. I understand that there are few shares in circulation for XXIC which means the share price can move very quickly when buying pressure hits.
21/5/2009
07:02
andrbea: rgi is similar, if it survives should be much higher than current share price. projects mothballed, but construction costs are also less while that continues. at rgi: nav reduced by 70% on its assets during 2008 but the March 2009 investor presentation shows the nav predictions, if valuations return in 2010. nia dyor
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