Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
3i Group Plc LSE:III London Ordinary Share GB00B1YW4409 ORD 73 19/22P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -13.00p -1.19% 1,079.50p 1,079.50p 1,080.50p 1,095.00p 1,077.00p 1,095.00p 131,589 09:41:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 1,234.0 128.3 8.4 10,504

3i Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/10/2019
08:34
3IN placing not helping today
chc15
02/10/2019
20:36
Well, although it is a FTSE company, it invests on companies which, in the main are not. Although it has a very successful past with an examplary record and excellent managers/staff, the risk : reward for this company has a pronounced effect on the downside as well as the up. Your original question was succinct. A quality I lack with any reply I might offer.
erogenous jones
02/10/2019
20:31
EJ I appreciate your taking the time to reply, and I understand the bigger issues in the markets but the 3i fall seems disproportionate at 5.6% for a FTSE 100 business, double than overall markets. That was the point of my perhaps poorly worded question
jerseyman1
02/10/2019
19:40
jerseyman1, yesterday was a down day in USA and worse today. October 31 draws ever closer for Brexit, Trump is investigated in an impeachment enquiry, US has initiated tarrifs against Europe so markets are reacting to geopolitical news.
erogenous jones
02/10/2019
18:20
Any clues re today's fall? Broker note? Bad news on something?
jerseyman1
30/9/2019
12:17
I'm looking to make a buy, but not whilst the premium is so high, especially with a market drop imminent, though when is anybody's guess. Private equity , whilst profitable in the main (assuming good stock picking), is volatile, and getting in at a high premium when values may be about to come down, isn't a good idea, IMHO. In fact, now could be a good time to take some profits, and wait to buy back in at a lower level. I don't think there's too much risk of the price running away right now.
andrewbaker
29/9/2019
17:51
jonwig I saw the Capital Markets slides, but their publication coincided with a slide in the shares for the next couple of days! To be honest I wasn't overly impressed with the three investments they highlighted, but I guess it's fairly early days in the investment cycle with those, and they can't overhype things.Whatever the reason for recent rises I'll enjoy the ride
jerseyman1
29/9/2019
10:28
topvest - I bought at IPO, but gave them to our daughter who gets automatic dividend reinvestment. She hasn't the foggiest idea what they're worth. I did buy more last year when they dipped below 800p.
jonwig
29/9/2019
08:56
3i has been doing really well. My shares in 3i are now a 5-bagger in less than 10 years, before dividends. I guess quite a bit of this is due to ACTION which has been a stellar investment. Happy days.
topvest
28/9/2019
14:43
@ Jerseyman - well, the 18/09 Capital Markets Seminar has gone unremarked here. The presentation: https://www.3i.com/media/4255/consolidated-presentation-final_web-version-1809.pdf
jonwig
28/9/2019
12:09
Volatile price this last couple of weeks, culminating in very strong rise this last three days. Apart from article re discounts to NAV closing on some better investment trusts (can't recall where) any views as to why 3i performing as such? Particularly as it has a significant premium to NAV already....
jerseyman1
23/8/2019
14:55
While ago now, can't remember, I use many data sources, anyway I'm on the beach atm enjoying the sun ?
chc15
23/8/2019
14:34
Well could you please post a copy of the specific article/item which said institutions were buying 3i at that time Thanks
truffle
23/8/2019
14:05
Besides when the price rises so much, it can only be down to institutional buying.
chc15
23/8/2019
14:03
I use various data sources to check this Including:http://investors.morningstar.com/ownership/shareholders-buying.html?t=III®ion=gbr&culture=en-US&ownerCountry=USA
chc15
23/8/2019
13:19
CHC15 Your post on 2/7/19, I asked you why you thought institutions were still buying? Appreciate a reply
truffle
23/8/2019
12:24
This has held up very well recently, was hoping to top up, but pleased to be long term holder.
chc15
31/7/2019
08:32
Action valuation does look rich, but if store openings continue at rate of 16% of existing sites and lfl sales are up 5%, and stores generate cash rapidly then probably justified. Liquidity event in second half of 2019 trailed in results for full year should support/disprove this valuation.
jerseyman1
31/7/2019
07:14
Quarterly Investment Report: https://www.investegate.co.uk/3i-group-plc--iii-/rns/q1-performance-update/201907310700092735H/ I see their Action stake has revalued by 13% in the quarter. (£ only fell from €1.16 to €1.12 in the period.)
jonwig
29/7/2019
08:20
Anyone else not able to log in,,,,,,message telling me I've not used device before and need to register it by phoning up with a code ? always used this pc and getting same message on my phone,,,,,,,,
cheshire man
02/7/2019
12:39
Agree, but not sure how you know institutions are still buying? Apart from being a good investment in its own right the company is probably a good hedge against weakening sterling due to its strong Euro and USD investments
truffle
02/7/2019
12:00
Keeps going up this, institutions still buying at this level, was tempted to take profits, but nothing better to put in, firm hold for me.
chc15
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