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
  3.00 0.35% 870.00 860.00 880.00 0.00 0.00 - 27,494 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 11.0 9.1 19.7 44.2 373

Brunner Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/10/2003
16:53
sp=258.5 nav337.5 =23.4% discount @2.10.03
washbrook
02/10/2003
07:14
Now on a discount of 23.5% at last night's close
washbrook
15/7/2003
08:10
ashton gray - thank you
biscuit275
14/7/2003
18:15
biscuit Biggest reason for this imo is that brunner has substantial expensive long term debt qwhich will hold back performance going forward (unless we have a raging bull market), whereas alliance are ungeared. This also results in alliance having better defensive qualities.
ashtongray
14/7/2003
09:15
why is this - alliance trust is discounted by only 4.8% - assets 2741 - price 2609 - I hold both why isnt brunner at 300?
biscuit275
13/6/2003
15:01
Trading 12.6.03 NAV discount 22.865% share 253p nav=328p
washbrook
30/5/2003
10:01
The smart thing that Brunner is doing with their cash pile is not buying more stocks but buying their own shares for cancellation. 60000 purchased yesterday.
washbrook
28/5/2003
20:36
Bought back 35000 for cancellation at 244p today. 23.28% discount yesterday 242.5p nav =315.83p If market up tomorrow should trade up 5p
washbrook
08/5/2003
14:09
08 May 2003 The Brunner Investment Trust PLC announces that at close of business on 7th May 2003 its net asset value per share was 317.04p. 23.51% discount on nav at 7.5.03 share price .
washbrook
07/5/2003
16:36
THE BRUNNER INVESTMENT TRUST PLC TOP 10 HOLDINGS AS AT 30TH APRIL 2003 Stock Name Market Value % # Treasury 5% 2004 25,947,005 11.23 BP 8,144,399 3.53 Vodafone 7,892,975 3.42 GlaxoSmithkline 7,184,806 3.11 HSBC 6,043,944 2.62 Royal Bank of Scotland 4,925,314 2.13 Astrazeneca 3,938,164 1.70 Shell Transport & Trading 3,602,730 1.56 Barclays 3,142,289 1.36 Lloyds TSB 2,506,788 1.09 Total Assets Less Current Liabilities 231,003,005
washbrook
07/5/2003
16:34
THE BRUNNER INVESTMENT TRUST PLC Geographical Distribution as at 30th April 2003 VALUE % CASH 56,929,438 24.64 UNITED KINGDOM 96,394,495 41.73 NORTH AMERICA 43,721,229 18.93 EUROPE 18,641,615 8.07 PACIFIC EX JAPAN 7,158,965 3.10 ASIA 8,157,263 3.53 LATIN AMERICA 0 0.00 MIDDLE EAST 0 0.00 Total Assets less Current Liabilities 231,003,005 100.00 Europe Denmark 0.00% Eire 0.00% France 4,963,221 2.15% Finland 903,175 0.39% Germany 4,341,727 1.88% Greece 253,469 0.11% Italy 529,727 0.23% Netherlands 2,811,223 1.22% Portugal 0.00% Russia 880,963 0.38% Spain 1,080,070 0.47% Sweden 383,167 0.17% Belgium 0.00% Switzerland 2,494,873 1.08% 18,641,615 8.08% Other Pacific Australia 2,613,201 1.13% New Zealand 469,350 0.20% China 0.00% Hong Kong 3,331,760 1.44% Malaysia - incl Govett Asian Smlr 0.00% Singapore 0.00% Taiwan 0.00% Korea 744,654 0.32% 7,158,965 3.09% Latin America Latin America - Brazil 0 0.00% 0 0.00% United Kingdom UK total per valuation 121,846,995 52.75% Less Fixed Interest -25,452,500 -11.02% 96,394,495 41.73% North America USA 40,387,522 1.14% Canada 2,639,492 17.48% Mexico 694,215 0.30% 43,721,229 18.92% Asia Japan 6,783,108 2.95% India - DRCM India Fund 1,374,155 0.59% 8,157,263 3.54% Middle East Israel 0 0.00% 0 0.00% TOTAL 174,073,567
washbrook
23/4/2003
23:04
worth noting that long term gearing/debt reduces real discount to around the 12% level.
rambutan2
23/4/2003
22:36
nfsa winding up date 30.5.2005 at 162p [full redemption price] That's 32% return per annum.
washbrook
23/4/2003
18:50
well, i was working on your stated basis that weve seen the bottom, although not factoring in a big rise. before any zs, cldn has risen steadily since its recent investment trust status and should continue to do so as its discount comes into line with the average. with the mkt rising you get a double whammy. easy money. anyone interested in zs should read through the splits thread where there is lots of good stuff. http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=2295485 but here are three good ones starting with the most risky, which is jdtz – a geared played on the ftse 350 with a good manager , a defensive portfolio and a put option kicking in at 3250 to help out on a big drop; next up is mgbz which has little bank debt, a very diversifield global port and lots of upside; and lastly meqz which in another with a ftse 350 port and on a 30% discount which wont last for long once things look settled, it keeps a nice tight spread unlike most.
rambutan2
23/4/2003
17:32
rambatan2 Pick a Zero then to perform better. MaybeI note on your list you have nfsa- I sold them on 5.1.2000 at 106p I had a pile.92p today's close, if the market rises steadily to redemption you could get the full redemption price. But if the market turns down from here and stays down trouble with certain Zeroes.
washbrook
23/4/2003
13:36
duplicate.
rambutan2
23/4/2003
13:34
you can get a much better ride up on some of the zs.
rambutan2
23/4/2003
13:02
Up 5.5p to 243p discount 21.7% to NAV
washbrook
22/4/2003
14:31
Now trading At 22.7% discount
washbrook
15/4/2003
09:31
Now that it is a good bet that the FTSE has seen the bottom of the bear market[My Views] Brunner trading at a big discountof 21.31% and a yield of 3.5%. It is worth a punt.
washbrook
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