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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Caribbean Investment Holdings Limited LSE:CIHL London Ordinary Share VGG1991M1032 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 31.00 1,536 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
30.00 32.00 31.00 31.00 31.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 5.08 7.25 4.8 31
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:19 O 768 31.00 GBX

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02/3/2021
08:20
Caribbean Investment Daily Update: Caribbean Investment Holdings Limited is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CIHL. The last closing price for Caribbean Investment was 31p.
Caribbean Investment Holdings Limited has a 4 week average price of 30.75p and a 12 week average price of 30.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 62.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 25.50p.
There are currently 98,967,443 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,934 shares. The market capitalisation of Caribbean Investment Holdings Limited is £30,679,907.33.
22/2/2021
22:52
solero101: I have had these for just over a year and seen them move up and right back down. A lot of the bull arguments earlier looked at the dividend announced and extrapolated what this (then) implied for final dividend and further dividends meant in the months and years ahead. Whilst Covid and the bank merger/takeover have loomed large this year, it always struck me as strange that even experienced investors thought the dividends would continue to flow unabated. If you look at the actual dividend announcement, it says that that was almost exclusively due to lapsed warrants on CIHL shares, the subsequent accounting procedure allowing dividend payment, rather than any underlying profit performance. Ergo, just because final dividend payments are almost always larger than the interim dividend payments (which that one was), doesn't means that it always follows it will be so. My point is, it is much more likely that any subsequent call options would also lapse at this level, rather than at the highs which CIHL got to late last year. Does anyone know if there are other option packages out the that are likely now to lapse ? This, I think, is a much likelier source of future dividends than a seemingly mediocre performance that has been seen over the last year. If so, this would be much more supportive at this level of the market IMHO.
19/2/2021
11:48
noirua: I'm not sure now where CIHL goes from here. It has fallen through the 37p stopping point chart-wise and is now nearly at the 30p shelf. The lowest point indicates about 26p - 27p before being open to the floor around 12p - 14p. The banking sector looks tricky on bad loans so it is probably a wait-and-see situation IMHO.
23/12/2020
13:52
noirua: I moved out of CIHL into Blockchain and gold shares. The former has done really well but the latter suffered. It is always a guess with the share price of CIHL though I see a continued drift down to between 28p and 37p. That because the coronavirus new strain will be difficult for some countries to control and CIHL interests are set to suffer further. Looking to buy back in at 37p or lower.
21/12/2020
17:12
investor0109: Noirua- agree with Cawkwell that CIHL firm hold at current price. May fall back a little given recent events, though recent sellers may be caught out by large/fast move upwards on a little good news within coming months. Value stocks could offer huge upside over next 12-18 months, CIHL among them.
16/12/2020
14:18
noirua: Today's report shows that CIHL has suffered under covid. The chance of a dividend coming out of profits looks unlikely. The shares IMHO look overvalued now and may go below the recent 37p low point. Restless investors may consider exiting or reducing their position.
09/12/2020
11:33
investor0109: Noirua- though I would put it quite like that, agreed that it is a somewhat precarious position, as many banks are. Believe more recent acquisitions will stand in good stead given time and that CIHL greatly undervalued. Belize government debt indirectly owed to CIHL something to look out for. Settlement of debt would likely transform company and share price to reflect it. All courts ruling in favour of Bank of Belize (CIHL)and new government in office- any day now.
13/11/2020
13:01
noirua: My guess is CIHL shares are once more worth the 75p SC suggested. The downside remains bad debts like all banks in the covid environment. Belize needs to borrow money as tourists have not arrived in numbers this year and they need to repay the loan indirectly owed to CIHL.
12/11/2020
12:58
investor0109: Noirua- grateful for your having explained. I'll keep an eye out for his posts regarding CIHL in future, in that case. Do you have a view on this morning's election result in relation to CIHL, out of interest?
09/11/2020
15:46
investor0109: Noirua- Are these articles related to CIHL? If not, perhaps best shared elsewhere. With that said, on to that which concerns CIHL. Elections in Belize this week might well shift the share price and holders of CIHL might well hope that a newly elected government of Belize will face its obligations head on and pay the UHS debt.
05/3/2020
15:53
noirua: The CIHL share price is only a tad short of the 30p level distinctively shown on the chart. Banks are falling sharply and like it or not the company is being dragged down. Few shares to be traded and repeating the words of EK, it can move sharply in either direction and needs patience. Hard to say what will happen if the Banking sector continues its reversal. Next and only further retraction point on the chart is 27p and with the dividend paid brings it back to just before the xd point.
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