Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Avi Global Trust Plc LSE:AGT London Ordinary Share GB0001335081 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.00 -2.74% 533.00 193,990 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
533.00 539.00 560.00 528.00 541.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 26.21 21.83 19.08 27.9 581
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:37:30 O 6,079 533.00 GBX

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31/3/202016:51AVI Global Trust47
28/10/200813:36change your broker sans i am not a happy investor15
26/10/200812:26Argonaut Games Shareholders' Action Group (AGSAG)124
30/12/200723:19Aldgate Capital Plc5
08/6/200513:08AGM 2003 Meeting9,175

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Avi Global Daily Update: Avi Global Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AGT. The last closing price for Avi Global was 548p.
Avi Global Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 493.50p and a 12 week average price of 493.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 802p while the 1 year low share price is currently 493.50p.
There are currently 109,069,633 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 333,700 shares. The market capitalisation of Avi Global Trust Plc is £581,341,143.89.
davebowler: Liberum re one of our holdings; Pershing Square Holdings $100m share buyback programme Mkt Cap £2,902m | Prem/(disc) -30.9% | Div yield 2.4% Event Pershing Square Holdings will commence a buyback programme of $100m of shares on the LSE and Euronext. The maximum number of shares to be purchased under the programme is 6 million (2.8% of outstanding public shares). The buyback programme is expected to last until the next AGM (expected to be in May 2020). Liberum view The buyback is the latest in series of initiatives that have implemented by the company to address the discount to NAV. Other measures include a $300m tender, the introduction of a dividend, a significant investment (in excess of $300m) by principals of the investment manager in the stock and a refocused investment strategy. More importantly, NAV performance has picked up materially with a 43% YTD NAV total return. Despite this, the discount to NAV has widened to 30.9%. The buyback does represent a significant change of view from the board. As recently as March, the company stated it did not believe buybacks were in the best interests of shareholders because of the reduced free float and impact on liquidity. This change has likely been influenced by the continued widening in the discount despite the strategic initiatives and the upturn in NAV performance. The NAV uplift from the buyback will be relatively small (c.0.9% assuming shares are acquired at current price) but may have the desired effect on the discount by reducing selling pressure from shareholders seeking to realise profits given the 31.5% share price increase to date in 2019.
davebowler: OCI is jumping nicely. Liberum; Event Peter Dubens, co-founder and Managing Partner of the Oakley Capital Group, has acquired a further 5.3m shares in Oakley Capital Investments at a total cost of £11.7m. He now holds 14.9m shares (7.3% shareholding) in the company. In addition, David Till, co-founder and senior partner of Oakley Capital Group, acquired £0.5m of shares and now holds 0.27% of the company. Liberum view Partners of the investment manager have consistently acquired shares over the past two years. The scale of the investment demonstrates confidence in the prospects for future NAV performance. Increased alignment of interest is one of the main initiative's identified by the company to address the discount to NAV. The company is poised to deliver a strong return in 2019 following a 16.5% NAV TR in 2018. We estimate the increase in Time Out's share price and the Inspired transaction have added 11% to NAV to date in 2019.
currypasty: RNS Number:3407B Aldgate Capital plc 11 April 2006 11 April 2006 Aldgate Capital Plc Admission to the Alternative Investment Market Shares in Aldgate Capital Plc (the "Company"), a newly incorporated company established to acquire and manage companies and businesses in sectors where the directors of the Company believe there are opportunities for consolidation, today begin trading on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange plc ("AIM") following an initial #5m fundraising. The Company's intention is to acquire one or more profitable businesses or companies and to use these as a platform for further acquisitions. The directors will focus on sectors undergoing structural, technological and/or regulatory change when assessing acquisition opportunities. The Company will consider the following sectors in particular: financial services; media and communications; and leisure. The #5m has been raised through a private institutional placing. Marwyn Neptune Fund LP, a Cayman Islands fund managed by Marwyn Investment Management LLP, has subscribed for #4.475m of the placing, and its interest will represent approximately 90% of the Company's issued share capital post admission to AIM. The Company is the eighth company to be launched by Marwyn in the last 18 months; of the others, six are public and one is private. These companies have collectively completed 13 acquisitions and raised in excess of #450 million from over 60 institutional investors. The average share price appreciation of the six listed companies since their respective initial public offerings is 106%, as at 3 April 2006. David Williams, Non-Executive Chairman of the Company, said: "We are delighted to be announcing the listing on AIM today of Aldgate Capital Plc. The company will provide an experienced management team with an excellent platform to pursue their investment strategy."
opmoc: There was an article in the Sunday Times about a year ago which suggested that a company listed on AIM could simply delist with a vote of 51%, and not even be forced to buy the remaining 49% of shares. The remaining shareholders would then be left with shares that they would find very difficult to sell. Normal LSE rules state that if a Shareholder increases his shareholding over a certain percentage (I can't remember the details) then he has to make an offer to buy the shares of all shareholders. However, in AGT's case I think shareholders voted to remove this protection at the last AGM. I'm not sure if the Sunday Times article was correct, but I'd be very concerned if the rumoured move to AIM becomes a reality if I were a shareholder. I'd also want to know exactly what the rules are. On a positive side it could mean that there is more value within AGT, than the current share price indicates. Tony
ldmachin: harry punter, If you want to compare WHOG and AGT, you need to look at the market cap, not the share price. Comparing the share price is irrevelant because the 2 companies have a different amount of shares in issue. Warthog have always struggled, can you name a big hit game they have had? Can you name a successful Warthog I.P? Argonaut, on the other hand, have proven they can develop multi-million selling games, using both licenses and their own I.P. I think they can do it again, that's why i'm invested in them. You obviously don't, that's why you're selling. That's your move, good luck with it. Cheers.
mickbaxter: TinManor, "ok i guess i'm wrong. game prices are value for money and lower prices would not sell more units and oh yes, agt share price along with the majority of the games market isn't tanking. my apologies." I note the sarcasm, but you are wrong. Game prices are value for money. At 10-20 hours of entertainment, plus repeat plays, for £40, it's a lot cheaper than going to the cinema & as you suggest, people can always buy pre-owned games, yet most still fork out the fill monty. Of course lower prices would sell more units. Why not sell them for £1 a time, they'd sell bucket load then? Given the cost of development, licence fees, console fees & marketing, together with the high failure rate, games are a pretty good deal. Yes, share prices are going down, unfortunately both the good and the bad. IMO, the market clearly doesn't understand the sector. If your comments are typical, I can see why.
tinmanor: ok i guess i'm wrong. game prices are value for money and lower prices would not sell more units and oh yes, agt share price along with the majority of the games market isn't tanking. my apologies.
bhbh: LDM: "you could not accept other opinions that the contract can't generate enough profit." - Sorry, do you know how much the Catwoman contract was worth in total? All payments for the game are made in milestone payments and were not all made in H1, so i'm not sure what you're trying to say here. bhbh: my friend, Catwoman game is out, the job has been done. All payments should have been paid 100%. Agree? Well, if the contract can generate enough profit, then Argonaut should be better off financially after receiving all payments from Catwoman. The share price should be higher than prior the contract. LDM: If i had the financial data to back that up then so would the market and thus every share would be always at true value and there would never be a chance to buy a stock at bargain price. Only the management know the financial state of Argonaut at present (otherwise it would be insider dealing), all you can do as an investor is read between the lines and make a judgement on the little bits and bobs of information one can find. bhbh: you should become an honest man, not just playing with words. you said you have done research a lot, please do financial assessment. every investors must do fundamental studies (financials) to justify the share price, but you just want to ramp agt without giving financial state... anyway, you have no right to say "You should sell and move on if you're not happy with Argonaut, there's plenty of money to be made elsewhere". focus on agt, let's do a proper research as investor
chef: LD Machin... "All SEG's 'success' so far is factored into the share price and a market cap of 35m." From OPMOCS POST AGT Final Results..08 October 2003 Loss before tax of £10.9m Turnover of £5.3m (2002: £14.2m) comprised royalty income of £2.4m (2002: £6.1m) and net advances of £2.9m (2002: £8.1m). SEG Final results..08 December 2003 •Record turnover of £28.5m (2002 - £17.7m), an increase of 61%. •Record pre-tax profit of £3.5m (2002 - £2.2m), 40% ahead of original expectations. •Earnings per share 15.36p (2001 - 10.11p), an increase of 52%. LDM SEG is valued 10x profits and 1.15x sales AGT is valued at well it has no profits but it has sales and it is 1.9x sales And you claimed this whilst insisting what good value AGT are? LD Machin... "All SEG's 'success' so far is factored into the share price and a market cap of 35m." Yes I bought WHOG based on film licences just like Catwoman. I then sold at a good profit, told people why and carried on posting why. That same reason is exactly why I would not buy AGT in fact moreso as AGT have only 1 film license against the several WHOG had
ldmachin: wally123, The MM's are just doing their job (i.e. creating a Market)... they simply dropped the price to a level which encourages buying... if you think this level is cheap (which it is)... i was buying for the past 6 months around the 6p-7p level! I couldn't believe my luck then and i'll be buying more at this level too! We'll get these wild swings along the way (it's the way the AGT share price moves)... but the share price will correct it self eventually. Have faith and enjoy the ride! Buy on weakness, sell on strength. Cheers.
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