Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Burford Capital Limited LSE:BUR London Ordinary Share GG00B4L84979 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -28.50p -3.61% 761.50p 760.50p 762.50p 790.00p 750.00p 790.00p 464,442 12:38:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 314.6 239.3 82.9 9.1 1,665

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03/6/2019
12:45
Hi Blackfinance, you may want to ask the moron about his venture into Kier - apparently the 'best thing since sliced bread', providing you are savvy about the company and investment you make. So good he piled into it at about £4.30 and is holding tight. Apparently Kier is nothing like Carillion - to my mind they are one and the same in their operating modes, contract creation and financing. Just goes to show that this particular broken clock isn't even right once in a day!! LOL.
yertiz
03/6/2019
12:27
I think most stocks are down over the last month no? That would be down to clowns who voted Brexit and the clowns who voted in the chief clown in the US. Moral of the story is: NEVER GIVE HALF-WITS responsibility.
minerve 2
03/6/2019
12:22
Funny how Minerve2 only ever appears on down days, it rather spoils his argument. But hey, even a "stopped clock" is right twice a day.
blackfinance
03/6/2019
12:18
Burford and Kier are linked by Woodford. I wouldn't be so smug if I were you. Kier in Minerve's portfolio < 2%. What is Bur in your portfolio? Minerve will say 'when'. LOL
minerve 2
03/6/2019
11:26
Kier Special Brew :)
jakeah1175
03/6/2019
11:00
Riverman - not sure if Woodford has actually been selling However the prospect that he might have to sell is probably weighing on the share price (but how much so it’s hard to know) It’s largely noise though
williamcooper104
03/6/2019
10:59
If they were caused by Woodford selling there'd need to be RNSs There has been weakness here ever since the CG note. It is incredibly unhelpful to sentiment that the CFO and CEO are married to each other. Especially when so much revenue is estimated (unrealised).
trident5
03/6/2019
10:58
Burford down today - where’s Minerva - would have thought that he’d be back gloating Or maybe Kiers performance this morning is keeping him busy
williamcooper104
03/6/2019
10:43
Do we really know these dips are being caused by Woodford selling? If so, I wish the FCA would step in and sort this fiasco out. While I welcome the opportunity to add at cheaper levels, it's starting to get a bit tiresome and I'd prefer it if this could just move towards its natural level, which I'd put at £22-24
riverman77
03/6/2019
09:31
People should thank woodford for the price the selling is giving us longterm investors
arregius
02/6/2019
16:25
Probably good to check the burford site tomorrow as due for monthly update on major shareholders
syoun11
02/6/2019
15:55
According to Woodford investments they hold about £220million or 5.78 of Woodford equity income fund in burford which is somewhat short of the £345 million reported on the burford site as of 1st May. So Woodford must hold remainder in one of his other funds or they’ve been sold. Hence my RNS question just posted
syoun11
02/6/2019
15:27
Anyone know - Im trying to verify when a RNS should be issued if a fund reduces or increaseA279; its holding in an AIM company (Burford Capital). Are there some parameters i can use to workout when these should be issued? e.g % holdings over x or reduction in current holdings by y . Also is the responsibility of Burford to update RNS or the fund making the change that triggers the set parameters&#65279;
syoun11
02/6/2019
14:25
Dropping again....
rexrandi
30/5/2019
18:15
Three points. 1. Good to see that BUR put is gone though the probability of that happening was 95%+. 2. It is very good to see that BUR has disclosed how it carried the investment on its books. I bet that it did so only because of the report by CG. 3. I do not share a wide excitement on this board today which goes like this "You see, CG, 700%+ ROIC! You see!!" That's not the point here. The point is that it is an outlier case in terms of ROIC. Both Teinver and Petersen are outliers as far as ROIC goes. What's important though is that IRR is 39% which is excellent but is not through the roof. It means that BUR could have got similar financial resuls by investing in many cases that settle in one year as investing in Teinver and waiting for several years. In other words, today's announcement does not negate the points about ROIC made by CG. However, CG points are incorrect in my opinion anyway.
biggreenoak
30/5/2019
18:03
How can there be selling pressure from Woodford when there has been no RNS stating a change in the holding %. Sounds like boll0cks. Hopefully it will be attempt 2 to break 20quid in July. Sit on my hands till then.
qruz
30/5/2019
16:23
Article here on the debate going on in Australian legal circles on the different models offered to plaintiffs by lawyers and funders in respect of class actions. Burford and Quinn Emmanuel mentioned with regards to the AMP case. Https://www.afr.com/business/banking-and-finance/courts-cast-wary-eye-over-class-action-deals-20190528-p51s3t
galatea99
30/5/2019
14:44
Liberum has today reiterated BUY. Previous target 2470p.
brexitplus
30/5/2019
13:54
runthejoules - he hasn't issued a holdings notice for this, nor for such as IMB. Obviously it could be because he hasn't passed a ppt, but his predicament is certainly an issue for short-term performance of his EIF. (And for share price performance here!) If you are interested in the Woodford story, my thread on WPCT is maybe worth following. Machete your way through the trolls, and many of the posts are from experienced investors (some with a professional background). You'll also get links to recent articles from elsewhere in the financial press.
jonwig
30/5/2019
12:59
Jonwig, thst’s What I was banking on, I love a forced seller and I bet Woodfprd’s spent the lot on scratchcards.
runthejoules
30/5/2019
12:29
Glaws, Ok, so if the realised gain of $87m is booked in 2018 (Note 7 seems to confirm this) then the fair value adjustment must have been reduced by $56m to reflect the transfer of the previously booked unrealised gains to realised. Just trying to get my head around the process and comparing it to the Ccg Research Note.
cockerhoop
30/5/2019
11:09
I would have thought that 2018 would be a realised gain of $87m (but I'm no accountant)
glaws2
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