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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
City Of London Investment Group Plc LSE:CLIG London Ordinary Share GB00B104RS51 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.00 1.18% 429.00 431.00 435.00 443.00 431.00 443.00 25,020 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 33.3 9.4 30.3 14.2 217

City Of London Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/2/2020
14:27
Yep and it’s been like that forever on this share.
luderitz
17/2/2020
12:22
ADVFN shows both LSE and NEX trades. The spread was 451-480 this morning and 461-462 as i type. Terible to excellent in a few hours.
2wild
17/2/2020
09:44
A bunch of trades on NEX, including my buy, printed as a sell. check trades on CLIG.GB
melton john
17/2/2020
08:57
Dave - your ramping has caused 3 shares to be traded this am! :-)
skinny
17/2/2020
08:53
Their diversification strategy is starting to work. Looks encouraging for the medium term.
topvest
17/2/2020
08:33
Zeus-What's new: City of London Investment Group has published its interim results 6th for the 6 months to 31 December 2019, which are in line with the detailed trading update released on 14 January: ·         Good NAV performance and narrowing discounts enabled its Emerging Market, International Developed and Opportunistic Value strategies to outperform.·         Revenue of £17.3m, PBT of £6.3m and attributable profit of £5.0m.In January 2020, with the Emerging Market Index down 4.7%, CLIG's Funds Under Management ("FUM") fell only 4.0% to US$5.8bn; with Sterling weakening 1.7% to US$1.30, CLIG's FUM in Sterling was £4.4bn. We expect management to release a 3Q trading update on 21 April.Zeus View: In this note we analyse the interim results (Exhibit 9), nudge up our FY(Jun)20E revenue forecast and set forecasts for FY(Jun)22E based on:·         Financial markets and exchange rates remaining at 1 January 2020 levels (i.e. 1% above current levels).·         Annual net inflows of US$200m p.a (i.e. annual FUM growth of 3%).We note that the rise in FUM in January 2020 suggests upside to our FY(Jun)20E forecast and consequently to our FY(Jun)21E & FY(Jun)22E forecasts.Valuation: Over the past decade CLIG has delivered its shareholders over 12% pa total return, split 50:50 into capital return and dividend income. Diversification is creating shareholder value, delivering stability and growth in FUM, earnings and in turn valuation multiples.CLIG shares trading at 462p cum 10p interim dividend (ex date: 5 March), offer shareholders prospects of double-digit returns based on sustainable dividends, steady FUM growth, and an increase in rating from 11x to 13x.Even at 500p (8% above its current price), CLIG's PER multiple of 13x would be less than the equity market and its dividend yield an attractive 5.5%
davebowler
31/1/2020
21:00
Any reason for the escape MRF? You were escaping prior to news of the virus IIRC.
frazboy
31/1/2020
20:41
Managed to sell the remainder of my holding for 4.46 happy with that.
my retirement fund
30/1/2020
10:32
Added a few more at 434.2p with a limit at 445!
2wild
29/1/2020
11:16
I was offered 450 for 1.5k.
skinny
29/1/2020
08:27
Over the past 5 months inside staff and the ESOP have invested over £1.5m purchasing circa 370,000 shares, thus increasing their stake by 14.6%, which now makes them the largest shareholder in the company for the very first time. The thread header has been duly updated to reflect this. One can only view that development as being a very positive trend. With Barry Olliffs 7.6% stake (circa 2m shares), insiders now own close to a fifth of the equity, although Barry is scheduled to continue to reduce his position in blocks of 500K at £4.50 and £5.00.
masurenguy
28/1/2020
18:06
And if I was you chum, I would read through my messages and correct them before posting!
eggbaconandbubble
28/1/2020
17:46
Little surprise he voted for Brexit!!
my retirement fund
28/1/2020
17:37
eggbaconandbubble - If I was was you, I would post less and read more on here. Your last post redefines the meaning of the words crass, stupid and unintelligent. I would push the keyboard away right now.
blackfinance
28/1/2020
17:11
I'll be the first to admit I make mistakes - although voting for Brexit was not one of them :-) But I reckon this Coronavirus is a storm in teacup. 100 or so deaths is peanuts in a country that size. Whats more this virus is some kind of lung infection and the general state of Chinese lungs is terrible due to the pollution. My guess it's all being hyped up (for some devious reasons) like we were all told we were going to die of Aids, Sars and or Bird flu!!!.
eggbaconandbubble
28/1/2020
16:43
The chaos in the far east due to the virus. Very surprised it managed to hold up yesterday tbh.
my retirement fund
28/1/2020
16:34
What's caused that? share price drop!
eggbaconandbubble
24/1/2020
14:23
A fund will just take them, perhaps he want 500p now.
montyhedge
23/1/2020
17:01
We are in a closed period, so i don't think he can sell untill after interim results are published.
2wild
23/1/2020
13:47
Perhaps his been made an offer, could a bid be in the wind? Let mine go at 625p.
montyhedge
23/1/2020
13:42
Certainly is ! :o) I'm surprised that Barry did not exercise his scheduled sell of 500K @ 450p but maybe he is holding back until it reaches £5 !
masurenguy
23/1/2020
11:38
Now that IS a new high @475p.
skinny
23/1/2020
11:23
Market makers taking the p-ss again on the spread.
montyhedge
21/1/2020
13:43
I agree with your point about the order book MRF, unless you have DMA you have to buy at the asking price or leave it. Sometimes though I have had a situation where the MM doesn't want to sell the NMS at the ASK and I have put in a limit buy for NMS at the ASK and got it.
melton john
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