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Blackrock Com LSE:BRCI London Ordinary Share GB00B0N8MF98 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.20p +1.60% 76.00p 75.00p 77.00p 76.40p 74.00p 74.00p 231,474 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.4 5.7 4.4 17.4 88.26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/12/2015
09:17
Absorbed the ex div
badtime
23/12/2015
11:43
So did I. Reports indicate that commodities are recovering. Seems a good idea? Edit; already up 4.2% (11.58 a.m.) !
asmodeus
23/12/2015
09:55
TOPPED UP EARLIER ASWELL
deanroberthunt
23/12/2015
08:51
....and just in-time for Ex-Dividend gary.
deanroberthunt
23/12/2015
08:50
must be a decent binary bet from here, with the yield held for 2016.... have a good Xmas Gary.
deanroberthunt
23/12/2015
08:49
Just topped up
garycook
23/12/2015
07:36
Yes gary, my mistake, even better than I thought :)
deanroberthunt
23/12/2015
07:35
12bn my mom and dad, wife and kids love me, nothing else matters hommes money does not maketh the man either.. wishing y'all a merry xmas and a happy new year
deanroberthunt
23/12/2015
01:56
DRH,Dividend yield 7%? Has it been cut? According to my calculations yielding 11.05% at last night,s close of 54.25 with a annual 6p Dividend !!!
garycook
22/12/2015
17:44
Listen and learn pondlife 1. They don't invest in pond life stocks like you 2. Oil is already at decade lows, and the market is fwd looking 3. net dividend is 7% 4. I have bought my first chunk at pretty much the fund all time low 5. They are not just invested in Oil 6. We are near the end game with Oil
deanroberthunt
22/12/2015
17:21
With such a large % of assets in oil only a moron would buy this at this moment in time imo.
12bn
22/12/2015
10:32
Just bought a big chuck of this today, with commodities at decade lows, this must be nearing the bottom if not the bottom...and with a net 7% yield it would be rude not to....
deanroberthunt
22/12/2015
09:54
aleman, in retrospect, i think those uk fuel nos are massively exaggerated Today's uk borrowing figs, show that fuel duty increases for sep, oct, nov are only 1.8%, 2,3% and 0.4%. Given that fuel duty is 58p a litre, a 10% rise in volume should see a 10% rise in tax - so something is massively out of kilter here cheers
llef
20/12/2015
12:26
A sobering thought... "BHP Billiton eyeing acquisitions as it considers dividend cut James Wilson and Neil Hume in London" hTTp://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/9b69c6b6-a6fe-11e5-9700-2b669a5aeb83.html?ftcamp=published_links%2Frss%2Fcompanies%2Ffeed%2F%2Fproduct#axzz3urHNcfbP
fangorn2
19/12/2015
19:00
Did you see that Obama has conceded a restart of US oil exports as part of horse-trading in a bill that passed Congress yesterday? They reckon that will add 500k bpd in a few years if prices recover enough to justify the build out of new infrastructure. It was portrayed as a green bill due to extended subsidies on wind and solar for another 5 years but it is really taking money from US taxpayers to keep oil cheaper for the rest of the world. hTTp://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/business/united-states-lifts-40-year-old-ban-on-oil-export/articleshow/50242804.cms
aleman
19/12/2015
17:14
Aleman, that is a pretty staggering no for Nov, and sep and oct are up 11%, 12% respectively too, which shows its not a one-off. According to attached link, we bought roughly 4bn litres of fuel in nov 2014. So the increase (y/y) is roughly 600m litres, or 20m litres a day. Assuming 160 litres to a barrel, then this equates to an increase of 125,000 bpd for the UK alone! If those sort of figs are replicted round the world, then it wont be long before the 1.5m daily "excess supply" will be mopped up. (especially if EIA predictions of a 500k drop in usa production comes true next year) hxxps://www.theaa.com/newsroom/news-2014/petrol-demand-struggles-despite-lower-prices.html
llef
18/12/2015
15:46
We are getting enormous traffic jams in Yorkshire in recent months. UK automotive fuel sales volumes were up 14.3% last month on Nov last year. The last time there was such a huge jump to such high levels was in 2006. Is this a late cycle indicator telling us to sell up and buy oil stocks? Gasoline is about 55% of the conversion end product of a barrel of oil. Demand for oil should be rising strongly everywhere with prices so low and gasoline demand spiking. I've been reading that Saudi can't pump crude any faster. If demand keeps rising like this and Saudi decides to cut back, prices could rocket again just like 2008. I'm guessing we will see oil back above $100 sooner than people think. (See page 36.) hTTp://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/dcp171778_428415.pdf
aleman
18/12/2015
11:08
I doubt they can. It's an income fund. The articles of association will likely prevent that. To do that, it would have to be reconstituted as an income and growth fund.. It is actually an enhanced income fund as it states that the options strategy used increases current income at the possible expense of long term capital growth.
aleman
18/12/2015
10:45
I'd rather them keep half the divi in order to keep a war chest for the bombed out stocks.
celeritas
17/12/2015
18:20
Nothing really unexpected there. Perhaps a bit better than expected by me. It sounds like they expect not to achieve 6p of income next year but for the miss not to be too big so it's within topping up distance. I had considered they might cut the dividend forecast a bit to 5p so I'm very happy with my recent purchases so far. Sorry for anyone who bought at much higher levels as there is clearly some doubt about it being maintained
aleman
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