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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brunner Investment Trust Plc LSE:BUT London Ordinary Share GB0001490001 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.00 0.46% 870.00 866.00 878.00 878.00 860.00 860.00 45,734 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 9.2 7.7 16.0 54.5 373

Brunner Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/2/2021
16:52
Buys 4 x Sells today yet MMs still mark the share price down 8p!
raymund
26/1/2021
12:29
Well I have bitten the bullet and picked up a few more just now,even though the yield gives little support .
wskill
23/1/2021
09:05
It's also not well supported by its 2.3% dividend you might as well just go for a trust with good capital growth and forget the dividend.
wskill
23/1/2021
08:26
Aviva holding has been an overhang for years. A decent % was cleared recently. The share buy-back has been renewed...but they don't use it.
tiltonboy
23/1/2021
07:26
Just stumbled across this trust. Can anybody explain why the discount is so large. Seems to be a solid and diversified top 10 holdings.
trainsailing
20/1/2021
16:43
Buy back coming. About time. Ridiculous discount
spoole5
10/11/2020
12:45
19% discount now
spoole5
09/11/2020
10:22
15% discount here for a quality global portfolio
spoole5
04/9/2020
08:03
Discount opened up when long serving manager, Lucy Macdonald left.
shieldbug
28/8/2020
07:29
Bought some of this yesterday on the basis that NAV and share price are diverging.
shieldbug
08/6/2020
17:32
No reason why it wouldn't pay the dividend, it's well covered by Revenue Reserves.
poikka
02/6/2020
08:25
Bought a few more at 777p this morning. Should still pay a dividend and with a discount of around 10% it looks reasonable value to me.
ygor705
18/5/2020
20:44
Lucy Macdonald gone. New boys put in charge. Will keep an eye on this one for next few months or so.
jontyone
23/2/2020
18:37
Agreed. One to top-up on weakness.
topvest
20/2/2020
12:53
Another good set of results from Brunner with a 10% increase in the dividend with probably more to come. The discount to net asset value continues to narrow and debt refinancing has drastically reduced the trusts cost of debt. Looks a pretty solid investment to me.
ygor705
28/10/2019
09:07
24 Oct based on the market value of the company's long term debt and preference shares, the cum-income net asset value per ordinary share was 896.40p.
davebowler
19/6/2019
13:00
I thought it worth noting a couple of changes to Brunner that had not happened at the time of my last post. Since mid-December 2018 the net asset value has steadily appreciated: nothing dramatic but a good solid performance. As this has happened, the discount has narrowed and now stands at c 9%. There continues to be a steady increase in the dividend which coupled with a bit of capital appreciation and a diversified portfolio makes the shares look very reasonable in a BREXIT dominated environment. Brunner is a quality name and well worth a look.
ygor705
22/8/2018
12:29
11% below NAV
davebowler
22/8/2018
12:28
21 Aug based on the market value of the company's long term debt and preference shares, the cum-income net asset value per ordinary share was 877.17p.
davebowler
26/7/2018
19:45
The growth in underlying net asset value has been modest since the beginning of the year with little impact thus far from the re-emphasis of the fund towards overseas investment. Nothing therefore to narrow the share price discount to net asset value - let alone achieve the premium and ability to constantly issue new shares that is being experienced by the likes of Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust. The good news is that the two quarterly dividends declared so far this year are c.15% higher than in 2017 pushing the yield up to over 2%. Worth sticking around in my view.
ygor705
01/6/2018
14:46
31 May based on the market value of the company's long term debt and preference shares, the cum-income net asset value per ordinary share was 867.69p.
davebowler
08/1/2018
13:23
Bought more of these this morning. Good pedigree, a long record of dividend increases and a substantial discount to NAV. A big slug of high coupon debenture disappears this month which together with a refocusing of the portfolio towards non U.K. holdings will give more wriggle room on the dividend. Aviva still have a large minority in the equity that they don't appear towant (as a result of a 2016 takeover) but I cannot see them doing a disorderly exit. An interesting 12 months in prospect.
ygor705
12/8/2016
15:18
16% below NAV
davebowler
12/8/2016
15:14
11 Aug based on the market value of the company's long term debt and preference shares, the cum-income net asset value per ordinary share was 705.34p.
davebowler
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