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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Conygar Investment Company Plc (the) CIC London Ordinary Share GB0033698720 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 120.50 07:44:52
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
120.50 120.50 120.50 120.50 120.50
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Industry Sector
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT & SERVICES

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DateSubject
07/2/2020
15:19
davidosh: The long-waited £650m project to redevelop the Boots Island site in Nottingham will be marketed to investors at an international property conference. More than 85 private and public sector organisations from across the Midlands will showcase billions of pounds’ worth of investment opportunities, as part of the Midlands UK delegation at MIPIM 2020 in Cannes, France, next month. And the Boots Island site – planned to include a hotel, 907 new homes, 666 student flats and office space – will be on the agenda.
22/8/2016
15:06
jagworth: crooked lawyer Big write-up in this week’s Investors Chronicle (2 pages from Simon Thompson). (I don’t hold CIC)
17/2/2014
14:40
kramch: I attended the AGM with David and a few other PI's. I have done a full write up for Sharesoc (which I would encourage you to join if you care about Private Investors rights and are interested in Sharesoc's initiatives and events). But a summary; CIC are seeing early signs of improvements in their secondary market, they have sold some sites to existing tenants, and the portfolio returns a good yield despite relatively high voids. Their Welsh development sites would appear to represent a source of good future capital growth for several years to come. One of my core holdings. All in my own opinion. K.
11/2/2014
11:18
spectoacc: Can't go bust taking a profit, but - IMO one day CIC will trade at a decent premium to NAV. Market will eventually realise they're more developer than investor.
10/2/2014
13:30
dashton42: Simon Thompson, Investors Chronicle, reiterates his Buy advice today, for those with access: http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2014/02/10/comment/simon-thompson/new-share-price-highs-beckon-eeTEDvGBmTwBnikmQ70QBI/article.html
20/9/2013
15:08
grahamburn: Well, now he's dug a little deeper into his pockets: a considerably larger purchase compared to his last two! 20 September 2013 THE CONYGAR INVESTMENT COMPANY PLC DIRECTOR DEALING The Conygar Investment Company PLC (the "Company") advises that it received notification on 19 September 2013 that on that date Preston Rabl, Executive Director, bought 250,000 ordinary 5 pence shares in the Company ("shares") at a price of 128.5 pence per share. Following this transfer, Mr Rabl's notifiable holding in the Company will be 1,145,480 shares representing 1.29% of the Company's total voting rights.
09/9/2013
15:16
skyship: Bizarre purchase by Preston Rabl - hardly seems worthwhile! Perhaps they've got the figure wrong! EDIT: No, it appears in the trades, so it is correct. I suppose he gave a limit and 874 was all they could get as others improved their bids against him... DIRECTOR DEALING The Conygar Investment Company PLC (the "Company") advises that it received notification on 9 September 2013 that on 6 September 2013 Preston Rabl, Executive Director, bought 874 ordinary 5 pence shares in the Company ("shares") at a price of 126 pence per share. Following this transfer, Mr Rabl's notifiable holding in the Company will be 892,064 shares representing 1.00% of the Company's total voting rights.
04/9/2013
16:45
skyship: DIRECTOR DEALING The Conygar Investment Company PLC (the "Company") advises that it received notification on 4 September 2013 that on that date Robert Ware, Chief Executive, bought 50,000 ordinary 5 pence shares in the Company ("shares") at a price of 129 pence per share. Following this transfer, Mr Ware's notifiable holding in the Company will be 3,550,000 shares representing 4.00% of the Company's total voting rights.
09/1/2013
19:46
deepvalueinvestor: David and skyShip.i actually quite like the dividend and share buy back policy because for a 40% or 50% taxpayer, capital growth is so much more tax efficient than income. Schroder real estate or uk commercial property trust are the ones for income really. However, I accept the point that in an income hungry environment a higher dividend would probably attract new investors and narrow the discount. Either way, a move though 100p has got to be a short to medium term possibility.
09/1/2013
09:37
davidosh: I do agree regarding the dividend and a decent yield might just show that focus on shareholder interests has changed for the better here and attract decent attention from potential investors looking for yield and growth towards the NAV.
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