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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Conygar Investment Company Plc (the) LSE:CIC London Ordinary Share GB0033698720 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 136.00 132.00 140.00 136.00 136.00 136.00 650 07:40:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 1.7 -8.2 -14.7 - 79

Conygar Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/5/2013
15:42
Spiked up about this yesterday I think, so I guess it's about flat! Very happy to hold these on that NAV discount.
spectoacc
23/5/2013
14:59
Results look steady to me today. Everything appears to be going in the right direction, so suprised to see the 6% share price drop. I wonder what the market was expecting?
freda
22/5/2013
17:29
VC, Kept trying to drop the bid but invariably holding the offer. Didn't encourage any selling. If the offer was dropped then most times it was bought into. Add in a large dollop of gut feel as well. Gary
gary1966
22/5/2013
15:44
Gary. I am a novice. What gave away the upward movement. Was is the wide spread of the past couple of days with a upward emphasis on the bid price?
void concept
22/5/2013
15:08
Nice jump up in these today, been threatening for the last couple of weeks. 125p is now the key level to get through but may need to consolidate between 120-125p for a while first.
gary1966
15/5/2013
11:12
News has moved the price... ...nice. S
smarm
19/4/2013
10:34
And another chunky 1.5m trade @ 113p today...
skyship
15/4/2013
16:22
Interesting trade of 1.33m shares. Couple of trades after and the bid price has improved 2p. I wonder if that trade has been worked for a while and has contributed to the consolidation period we have had. Hopefully the start of the next leg up.
gary1966
04/4/2013
14:38
Update on fingers thread for all you TA disciples.
gary1966
16/3/2013
21:01
Does anyone know when the board need to hit 120p so as to qualify for the bonus?
void concept
08/3/2013
18:16
RNS reveals it was Fidelity topping-up their holding to 5.6% Surprisingly however still no RNS re that 2.9m (3.3%) trade on 26th Feb...
skyship
07/3/2013
14:25
A 750k trade @ 109p - that's 0.85%
skyship
28/2/2013
19:31
Moving toward my target of 110p but the way things are going, I will probably keep holding as many other shares in the market look expensive now.
deepvalueinvestor
28/2/2013
14:29
107p-109p - Nice move...
skyship
28/2/2013
11:16
I buy 5K of shares and within 27 seconds there are 4 AT trades and the price is up nearly 2%. I don't think there is much stock around.
gary1966
27/2/2013
15:51
It all helps....
void concept
27/2/2013
10:54
Hmm - surprised no buyback RNS this morning. Perhaps a third party topping-up after all...
skyship
26/2/2013
11:28
Great - a sizeable buyback for sure. Adding in those other two recently, that makes 3.583m bought in @ 102.74p My back of envelope calculation shows that we had already risen from 166p to 168p on the last buyback. These 3 now take us up to an NAV of 170.5p...or thereabouts; without any portfolio revaluations - up or down!
skyship
26/2/2013
10:42
Interesting 2.9m trade. I wonder if the co has bought a block back or whether that has been a worked sell and is what has been holding us around these levels for a while.
gary1966
22/2/2013
11:49
I think the argument should be surrounding valuations which tend to be without solid foundation in illiquid markets where very little is changing hands. It makes little sense to buy in property at say 25% discount to supposed valuations if the ones we already have are being valued by the market at 40% discount. I do not think on that basis we should buy anything unless it is below the NAV that our own assets are showing as far better to buy in our own stock and cancel the shares until the NAV discount reduces. Either way it is not a good business model until they see the market for the assets improve or they get some of the development assets working to their advantage and sold to bring in solid profits. A rerating may happen then.
davidosh
22/2/2013
11:39
VC, this happened when they bought TAP, they gained a portfolio at a big discount and then reflected the assets at market value, making a sizable book profit and pocketing a sizable bonus. The ex-TAP shareholders were not happy. The other view of your statement above is that if they trade at a discount to asset value themselves, they destroy value every time they buy a property, as 100p's worth of property becomes worth say 60p to the shareholder. So in theory they are better buying in their shares until they disappear up their own backside. K.
kramch
22/2/2013
10:31
Sky. Understood. Valuation by 3rd party (RICS Red book etc) My point is that if they buy below these values is it then not an easy gain to then value at the higher value for an easy NAV gain?
void concept
21/2/2013
17:20
Cynic - quite right - but what you should know is that it is not the Company that values its properties.
skyship
21/2/2013
17:09
It strikes me that if they buy properties or prop co's at below valuations (there's plenty of secondary rubbish out there - just look at their existing holdings!!) then, revalue against valuation, they get an immediate lift on NAV. Any thoughts?
void concept
21/2/2013
17:07
Very pleased to see this Director top-up at the full offer price: 21 February 2013 - DIRECTOR DEALING The Conygar Investment Company PLC (the "Company") advises that it received notification on 21 February 2013 that on that date Preston Rabl, Executive Director, bought 40,000 ordinary 5 pence shares in the Company ("shares") at a price of 105 pence per share. Following this transfer Mr Rabl's notifiable holding in the Company will be 891,190 shares representing 0.99% of the Company's total voting right
skyship
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