Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Planet Investment Trust Plc LSE:BLP London Ordinary Share GB0005327076 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 25.50 90,733 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
23.00 28.00 25.50 25.50 25.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 2.42 1.60 3.06 8.3 13
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:41:52 O 30,000 25.50 GBX

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Blue Planet Investment Daily Update: Blue Planet Investment Trust Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BLP. The last closing price for Blue Planet Investment was 25.50p.
Blue Planet Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 25.50p and a 12 week average price of 23.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 40.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.50p.
There are currently 49,474,963 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,169 shares. The market capitalisation of Blue Planet Investment Trust Plc is £12,616,115.57.
quepassa: Just released. Latest RNS. The discount to NAV is jaw-dropping and -even allowing for thin liquidity- quite undeserved: 5/04/2016 12:24pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMBLP Blue Planet Investment Trust plc (LSE: BLP) NAV and BID PRICE at 22 April 2016. Blue Planet Investment Management Ltd announces that at close of business on 22 April 2016 the unaudited Net Asset Value (Cum-income) for the above trust was 48.20 pence per share. Investment values are calculated using BID prices. The closing share price at BID on the London Stock Exchange on that date was 33.00 pence per share. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: Their NAV surged 7% last month for March but the share price stayed the same. The Investment Trust that the market forgot? A tasty tiddler perhaps. Big bid-offer spread and tough to buy in a very thin market. Very large discount to NAV even allowing for its exotic qualities Now that they publish their full portfolio frequently/monthly adds some comfort. Good spread of shares in the portfolio. No massive dominant positions. The very high yield currently looks well supported. Some of the shares/positions which a year ago would have looked like barge-pole territory are now really coming into their own. This is encouraging. They show a NAV of 47.81pence versus a mkt price of 33p ( be prepared to pay a penny over the odds for size). ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
malcolmmm: NAV 66.33p , share price 42p , around 40% discount to NAV. Maybe worth a punt?
dwsmithdhf: According to the latest breakdown of investments cash or near cash is approx. 25% of assets. Say 40p. Take cash out or net assets and share price and you pay approx. 80p for 130p of assets. Assets are at beaten down prices. Seems cheap to me but what do I know!!!
carterit: Considring the % in cash and liquid accounts + the hedging,the discount to nav by itself (and even more so with BPW) is attracative. They predicted the fall in share prices earlier this year,and ungeared.Where they went wrong was to go back into the market too soon. Can't help feeling that with the financial crises we encountered recently isn't yet fully over - and as such it seems crazy that so many markets are back up to record levels. I fear that reality may kick in shortly and we may have another fall back within the next few months (although hopefully not as severe as the one just gone). So am happy at the moment that any further downside will be limited and may just provide even better buying opportunities. When the future looks a little bit more predictable,then i still think this (and BPW even more so) have the potential to bounce back just as quick. Any share price appreciation + narrowing of the discount to nav (don't forget BPW even went +ve by some 15% earlier in the year) can lead to rapid increases - so am happy to hold (both) at present.
malcolmmm: Don't you think that the share price should reflect the fact that these are no longer geared and that a quite a high percentage is held in cash funds, ie- the net asset value is £1.74
jimbox1: Here is an interesting article about Sberbank, which is 15.6% of BLP's portfolio. Sberbank's share price has risen since the fundraising was announced.
jimbox1: Nice rise in the share price in the last couple of days. Still 10% below the last published net asset value - quite a wide discount, given that BLP is the 7th best performing investment trust over the last 12 months according to Trustnet.
belize1971: March's statement - BLUE PLANET EUROPEAN FINANCIALS INVESTMENT TRUST Fund Manager's Review In March, our net asset value ("NAV") rose by 0.04% to 173.61p against a 3.1% rise in our Benchmark Index. After a 17.7% increase in the share price in February, it fell 14.5% in March to 142.0p. The fall in the share price has led to the shares trading at an 18.2% discount to NAV, which, we believe, is unwarranted given our strong track record of outperformance. The longer-term share price gains are 124.1% in the last year and 435.1% in the past three. This month's underperformance is largely attributable to short-term share price weakness in some emerging markets as US interest rates increased and we do not expect this to persist. The Trust remains ranked 1st out of all 20 investment trusts in the European Sector, both in terms of NAV and share price appreciation over one year by Trustnet and 1st out of 19 investment trusts over 3 years. In terms of its ranking against all conventional investment trusts, it was 3rd out of 259 in terms of share price appreciation and 4th out of 246 in terms of NAV over one year. Four of the companies we are invested in reported their full year 2005 results in March 2006. All were excellent. - Credit Agricole Net Income (NI) up 51.9% to €4.2bn. Earnings per Share (EPS) rose 55.7% to €2.68. Return on Equity (ROE) was 15.8%, up from 13.1% in 2004. Asset management, insurance and private banking all produced very strong results in 2005. Credit Agricole have now completed the integration of Credit Lyonnais and the costs of this integration were much lower in 2005 than 2004. - Banco Popolare di Verona. Results were reported under IFRS with limited restatements of 2004 data for comparison purposes. NI rose 36.6% to €597m. EPS was at €1.5. The Cost/Income Ratio (C/I) was at 56.1%. Costs were very well controlled in 2005 as business expanded. - Bank Austria Creditanstalt. NI increased 58.3% to €694m. EPS rose 58.5% to €6.56. ROE was 17.9%, up significantly from 13.3% in 2004. Operating profits were over 20% higher and business in Central and Eastern Europe made a significant contribution to this increase. - Raiffeisen International. Consolidated NI up 82.6% to €382m. EPS rose 44.6% to €2.79. Raiffeisen is expanding rapidly in CEE and Southeastern Europe. As part of this drive it purchased Aval Bank in the Ukraine in 2005. Aval Bank is one of the leading bank's in Ukraine and added a further 3.3m customers to Raiffaisen's bank network.
belize1971: Fund Manager's Review In January, our net asset value ("NAV") rose by 10.5% to 160.94p, a record high, and the Trust outperformed its benchmark index, which rose 3.3%, by a considerable margin. Our share price continues to rise strongly, up 23.7% in the month, 110.9% in the last year and 291.5% in the past three. This month's catch-up in the share price means that the discount to net asset value has narrowed to 12.4%. The Trust continues to be ranked 1st out of all 20 investment trusts in its sector, the European Sector, both in terms of NAV and share price appreciation over one year by Trustnet. As regards the Trust's performance against all conventional investment trusts; it was ranked 4th out of 245 for NAV appreciation and 4th out of 260 for share price appreciation both over one year, by Trustnet. We realised profits on two of our holdings during the month; PKO Bank Polski in Poland and ABN Amro in the Netherlands. New investments have been made in Den Norske Bank and Turkiye Garanti Bankasi. Den Norske Bank is located in Norway, which is one of the stronger performing European economies. The bank is rapidly increasing its efficiency and diversifying its earnings and we believe its share price does not yet reflect the bank's future potential. Garanti Bank in Turkey is a rapidly expanding bank that is in our opinion well placed to benefit from the economic growth in Turkey and the development of the mortgage market in that country. Two of the companies we are invested in reported results in January 2006. Both were excellent. • BBVA reported its full year 2005 results. Net Income (NI) rose 30.2% to €3.8bn, Earnings per Share (EPS) increased by 29.5% to €1.122, Return on Equity (ROE) was up to 37.0% from the 33.2% reported last year. Domestic business in Spain was strong, but the main profit driver was their businesses in the Americas, predominantly Latin America, where net profits increased 52.3%. • Deutsche Bank reported their preliminary 2005 full year results. NI was up 53% to €3.8bn, EPS increased 64% to €7.25. Cost-to-income (CIR) improved significantly to 73.7% from the 79.9% reported in 2004. This year has seen good profits by investment banks, and Deutsche Bank's full year results were boosted by a very strong 4th quarter of 2005.
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