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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  16.00 1.86% 874.00 28,703 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
852.00 874.00 872.00 852.00 866.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 9.19 7.70 15.96 54.8 375
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:04 UT 152 874.00 GBX

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10/2/202116:52Brunner Investment Trust - FTSE 100 play at a discount39
06/7/200613:31Where have the buttons gone?18
02/12/200511:35PROXY to the UK market. trading at 21.31% NAV discount27
01/7/200219:46The BUT of The Terrorists...1

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Brunner Investment Daily Update: Brunner Investment Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BUT. The last closing price for Brunner Investment was 858p.
Brunner Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 848p and a 12 week average price of 820p.
The 1 year high share price is 896p while the 1 year low share price is currently 550p.
There are currently 42,857,658 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 49,408 shares. The market capitalisation of Brunner Investment Trust Plc is £374,575,930.92.
tiltonboy: 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.
shieldbug: Bought some of this yesterday on the basis that NAV and share price are diverging.
davebowler: 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.
ygor705: 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.
davebowler: 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: 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.
ygor705: 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.
davebowler: 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: Investec; Portfolio Review: ¢ Over the period the portfolio's NAV rose 2.2%, compared with an increase of 2.8% for the benchmark index (50% FTSE All-Share, 50% FTSE World ex-UK). Performance benefitted from positive stock selection in Industrials, Consumer Services and Technology. The overweight positions in Health Care and Oil & Gas also helped. These positives were offset by stock selection in Financials, Telecommunications and Consumer Services, and the underweight in Utilities. ¢ New holdings during the period included Weir Group, William Hill, Ashmore Group, EOG Resources and Monsanto. A number of securities were sold including Henkel, Inmarsat, Toyota Motor and Genting Singapore. ¢ Outlook: ¢ The ongoing extended period of low volatility in global equities has resulted in lower portfolio tracking errors and reduced the opportunities that active managers have for generating outperformance with similar levels of risk taken in the past. The manager has responded to this environment in a prudent manner by reducing the number of holdings in portfolios in order to concentrate more on the highest conviction investment ideas. These actions have increased the active share of the portfolio to circa 75% and reduced the number of stocks held to 85. ¢ Areas where the manager continues to find attractive quality growth opportunities include health care, technology, media and industrials. ¢ In health care, there have been significant and exciting breakthroughs in areas such as oncology and immunology which are positive for a number of companies owned, including GlaxoSmithKline, Roche, Celgene, and Astellas Pharma. ¢ In technology and media, the move to cloud computing and the rapid growth in mobile internet and e-commerce provide opportunities for companies that can help businesses transform their businesses to a cloud-based environment, such as Microsoft, as well as those exposed to online advertising and travel, such as Google and Priceline Group. Investec Insights: ¢ Brunner has a market cap of £232m and trades at a -15.3% discount to NAV, versus the weighted peer group average of -7.2%. The current discount is in the middle of its 1 year range. It has provided a 2.7% dividend yield on a historic basis which is ahead of the peer group (at 1.9%). ¢ Top Sectors held are Financials 16.9%, Industrials 16.8%, Oil and Gas 13.6%, Health care 13.2%, Consumer Services 10.1%, cash 9.1% ¢ Geographic breakdown UK 44.5%, North America 25.0%, Europe ex UK 11.3%, cash 9.1% ¢ Fees are relatively low, with an annual management charge of 0.45%, no performance fee and ongoing charge totalling 0.77%.
davebowler: 20 Feb NAV: 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 608.45p.
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