Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackrock Com LSE:BRCI London Ordinary Share GB00B0N8MF98 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 70.60 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
69.80 71.40 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.36 5.73 4.37 16.2 82
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 70.60 GBX

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Blackrock Com Daily Update: Blackrock Com is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRCI. The last closing price for Blackrock Com was 70.60p.
Blackrock Com has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 78.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 69.80p.
There are currently 116,126,515 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Blackrock Com is £81,985,319.59.
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gateside: Considering that this is split between mining and oil, I am surprised at the lack of upward movement in the share price. Especially when you consider the strength of mining shares over recent weeks and months.
speedsgh: Final Results - HTTP:// OUTLOOK ...Looking ahead for 2017, the Managers are optimistic. Although commodity prices could still be derailed by an economic recession in China, or a collapse of the OPEC deal, on balance there is a reasonable expectation that neither is likely to transpire. Overall, companies in the natural resources sector have stronger financial fundamentals than a year ago, and the sector seems well positioned to deliver for investors. On the dividend: ...The Board’s current target is to declare quarterly dividends of at least 1.00 pence in the year to November 2017, making a total of at least 4.00 pence for the year as a whole. This target represents a yield of 4.8% based on the share price as at the close of business on 30 November 2016. The Board is prepared to use revenue reserves to meet this target if portfolio income alone is insufficient.1
aleman: 72.59p xd. . It seems the share price does not want to follow NAV up and volatility in the rest of them market is leading to a bigger discount.
aleman: BRCI has been accumulating enough income to pay out a maintained covered dividend. BRWM hasn't. 4 weeks ago, BRCI said they intend to pay out 6p next year. That would seem to set a limit to how far the share price might fall. There has not been such an indication of confidence at BRWM. I expect the BRWM dividend to get cut significantly. I would not rule out a cut here, though. There might also be better availability of loan stock at BRWM to for shorting.
aleman: Accumulated income here is 1.69p versus 1.60p a year ago and 1.59p 3 months ago, after paying out 6.04p in the last year and 1.50p in the last quarter. The share price is suggesting the dividend will get halved yet revenue looks to be up a touch of late. (Always be wary that timing of payments can create slightly misleading trends in the short term.)
lord gnome: Certainly not on the recent share price performance, EE. This is only being held up by the dividend.
speedsgh: Pretty awful share price performance over the past 5yrs, even after factoring in the income received + the poor sentiment in the sector over the period. Will be interesting to see how the new Placing Programme is received + whether the current channel that it has been trading in for the last 6 months holds. If not then it looks like it could be going down to re-visit the 2008 all-time-lows sub 70p. Yield is c7.3% at present but the chart is not looking pretty.
contango1: I wonder about effects of these continual equity issues! Yes, they are all made at a slight premium to asset value. Surely these issues must tend to suppress the share price. Where do all the new shares go? Are they bought up by BR funds and their other investment trusts? It may be that BR considers the underlying assets to be "cheap" and that this is a good time to invest in and expand BRCI. Or more cynically it might be considered that BR is expanding the commission base and not necessarily benefiting shareholders, unless of course the commission rate was reduced.
neilyb675: Commenting on the markets, Olivia Markham and Tom Holl, representing the Investment Manager noted: The mining and energy sectors continued to trend lower during January, with equities relatively resilient compared to energy and mining commodities. Brent oil and WTI oil prices continued to fall, declining by 12.9% and 10.6% respectively, both ended the month at US$48/bbl. Henry Hub natural gas also came under pressure falling by 10.4% over the month and finishing at US$2.68/ mmbtu. Among the industrial commodities the copper price, which had been relatively resilient, during the fourth quarter of 2014, fell by 13% leading to the sector's weakness. In light of commodity price moves the portfolio held up relatively well delivering a total return of -3.8% (with dividends reinvested). The share price declined by 1%. As at the end of January the Company's shares were trading at a 4.7% premium to their NAV, with a net dividend yield of 6.8%. During the month world markets were down as displayed by the -1.8% fall in the MSCI World Index. The Eurozone was shaken by the news that the anti-austerity party Syriza will form a coalition government in Greece and intends to reverse many of the austerity measures currently in place. The European Central Bank (ECB) announced the much anticipated Quantitative Easing program during the month which offset some of the more negative economic news to some degree. Elsewhere, China's manufacturing January PMI came in below 50, for the first time since September 2012, whilst Janet Yellen adopted, once again, a more dovish tone regarding the timing of a rate rise in the US. Overall, this was a positive back-drop for gold as investors sought safe haven assets. The gold price rose by 8.4% and the FTSE Gold Mines index by 20.5%. Soft economic data reports from China put further pressure on the bulk commodities during the month with iron ore down by 13.3%. The market is now waiting until after the Chinese New Year for a better understanding of the strength of commodity demand in 2015. During 2014 portfolio exposure to iron ore was reduced meaningfully, given concerns over the pace of supply growth and weakening steel demand in China. Following the 13% fall in copper, the overweight portfolio position in copper was one of the key detractors to performance. We view the upcoming reporting season as a crucial moment for the sector. Our expectation is that companies will look to further cut capital expenditure in order to protect and grow dividends. In our view, if the major companies are able to maintain dividends then the significant yield premium at which both sectors currently trade, relative to the market, implies that there is downside support for current share prices.
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