Cqs New City High Yield Dividends - NCYF

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Cqs New City High Yield Fund Limited NCYF London Ordinary Share JE00B1LZS514 ORD NPV
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close Last Trade
0.65 1.37% 48.10 47.00 48.40 48.40 47.45 16:35:05
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Cqs New City High Yield NCYF Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
20/07/2020InterimGBX1.4630/06/201930/06/202023/07/202024/07/202028/08/20204.46
16/04/2020InterimGBX130/06/201930/06/202023/04/202024/04/202029/05/20200
15/01/2020InterimGBX130/06/201930/06/202023/01/202024/01/202028/02/20200
16/10/2019InterimGBX130/06/201930/06/202024/10/201925/10/201929/11/20190
18/07/2019InterimGBX1.4530/06/201830/06/201925/07/201926/07/201930/08/20194.45
12/04/2019InterimGBX130/06/201830/06/201925/04/201926/04/201931/05/20190
16/01/2019InterimGBX130/06/201830/06/201924/01/201925/01/201928/02/20190
17/10/2018InterimGBX130/06/201830/06/201925/10/201826/10/201830/11/20180
19/07/2018FinalGBX1.4530/06/201730/06/201826/07/201827/07/201831/08/20184.42
18/04/2018InterimGBX0.9930/06/201730/06/201826/04/201827/04/201831/05/20180
18/01/2018InterimGBX0.9930/06/201730/06/201825/01/201826/01/201828/02/20180
18/10/2017InterimGBX0.9930/06/201730/06/201826/10/201727/10/201730/11/20170
19/07/2017FinalGBX1.4530/06/201630/06/201727/07/201728/07/201731/08/20174.39
19/04/2017InterimGBX0.9830/06/201630/06/201727/04/201728/04/201731/05/20170
18/01/2017InterimGBX0.9830/06/201630/06/201726/01/201727/01/201728/02/20170
18/10/2016InterimGBX0.9830/06/201630/06/201727/10/201628/10/201630/11/20160
19/07/2016FinalGBX1.4530/06/201530/06/201628/07/201629/07/201631/08/20164.36
20/04/2016InterimGBX0.9730/06/201530/06/201628/04/201629/04/201627/05/20160
19/01/2016InterimGBX0.9730/06/201530/06/201628/01/201629/01/201629/02/20160
22/10/2015InterimGBX0.9730/06/201530/06/201629/10/201530/10/201527/11/20150
23/07/2015FinalGBX1.4530/06/201430/06/201530/07/201531/07/201528/08/20154.31
23/04/2015InterimGBX0.9630/06/201430/06/201530/04/201501/05/201529/05/20150
22/01/2015InterimGBX0.9630/06/201430/06/201529/01/201530/01/201527/02/20150
22/10/2014InterimGBX0.9430/06/201430/06/201530/10/201431/10/201428/11/20140
17/07/2014FinalGBX1.4530/06/201330/06/201423/07/201425/07/201429/08/20144.21
24/04/2014InterimGBX0.9230/06/201330/06/201430/04/201402/05/201430/05/20140
22/01/2014InterimGBX0.9230/06/201330/06/201429/01/201431/01/201428/02/20140
24/10/2013InterimGBX0.9230/06/201330/06/201430/10/201301/11/201329/11/20130
25/07/2013FinalGBX1.430/06/201230/06/201331/07/201302/08/201330/08/20134.1
18/04/2013InterimGBX0.930/06/201230/06/201324/04/201326/04/201331/05/20130
24/01/2013InterimGBX0.930/06/201230/06/201330/01/201301/02/201322/02/20130
25/10/2012InterimGBX0.930/06/201230/06/201331/10/201202/11/201230/11/20120
19/07/2012FinalGBX1.3730/06/201130/06/201225/07/201227/07/201227/08/20124.01
18/04/2012InterimGBX0.8830/06/201130/06/201225/04/201227/04/201225/05/20120
19/01/2012InterimGBX0.8830/06/201130/06/201225/01/201227/01/201224/02/20120
20/10/2011InterimGBX0.8830/06/201130/06/201226/10/201128/10/201125/11/20110
21/07/2011FinalGBX1.3230/06/201030/06/201127/07/201129/07/201126/08/20113.87
19/04/2011InterimGBX0.8530/06/201030/06/201127/04/201103/05/201127/05/20110
20/01/2011InterimGBX0.8530/06/201030/06/201126/01/201128/01/201125/02/20110
21/10/2010InterimGBX0.8530/06/201030/06/201127/10/201029/10/201026/11/20100
21/07/2010FinalGBX1.230/06/200930/06/201028/07/201030/07/201027/08/20103.75
22/04/2010InterimGBX0.8530/06/200930/06/201028/04/201030/04/201026/05/20100
21/01/2010InterimGBX0.8530/06/200930/06/201027/01/201029/01/201026/02/20100
27/10/2009InterimGBX0.8530/06/200930/06/201028/10/200930/10/200927/11/20090
23/07/2009FinalGBX1.130/06/200830/06/200929/07/200931/07/200928/08/20093.65
22/04/2009InterimGBX0.8530/06/200830/06/200929/04/200901/05/200929/05/20090
21/01/2009InterimGBX0.8530/06/200830/06/200928/01/200930/01/200920/02/20090
22/10/2008InterimGBX0.8530/06/200730/06/200829/10/200831/10/200824/11/20080
24/07/2008FinalGBX1.0230/06/200730/06/200830/07/200801/08/200829/08/20084.42
24/04/2008InterimGBX0.8530/06/200730/06/200828/04/200830/04/200830/05/20080
23/01/2008InterimGBX0.8530/06/200730/06/200828/01/200830/01/200828/02/20080
23/10/2007InterimGBX0.8530/06/200730/06/200829/10/200731/10/200723/11/20070
17/07/2007InterimGBX0.8530/06/200730/06/200823/07/200725/07/200724/08/20070

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
05/7/2020
22:20
zac0_4: see link below for research piece from Quoted Data. Some points of interest - no defaults to date on debt payments - not clear as to whether share price / nav has been permanently damaged - final dividend payment is likely to be in line with final payment last year - not clear whether continued year on year dividend increases is sustainable - have cash on hand around 87% of value of yearly dividend payments to use as support if needed. Here's link: https://ncim.co.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/200630-NCYF-Update-QD.pdf
29/6/2020
11:27
cc2014: The challenge of course is that over the 9 year period, high yield debt firms should have had a good run. Corporate balance sheets have been rebuilt, we've seen significant central bank intervention and defaults have been very low. I would imagine we now enter a phase where defaults are going to increase. Indeed the share price has already gapped down to reflect this. The question is whether is has gapped down enough and looking at bond prices generally right now I'd say not. Borrowing rates are still far too low for the underlying risks.
27/11/2019
16:08
lord gnome: In demand today for some reason unknown to me. Market soaking up a lot of sells and yet the share price moves ahead. Have I missed something? Not that I'm complaining.
10/10/2019
08:54
my retirement fund: Undated pref deserve to track a premium. Income funds like NCYF are stuffed with dated purchased at a premium. Whilst interest rates remain near zero the fund NAV will gradually vanish. It is inevitable the share price will have to track that.
29/5/2019
10:52
jonwig: The share price is at a premium to NAV, so it's a sound strategy to issue new shares at NAV. (At a discount, they could do a buyback.) There's a limit to the number they can issue, which is voted on at each AGM. I haven't checked the details of how many, but in theory shareholders could vote it down.
26/3/2018
13:25
speedsgh: Half-year Report - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/cqs-new-city-highyld--ncyf-/rns/half-year-report/201803260700038161I/ Highlights for the Six Months to 31 December 2017 · Net asset value total return of 3.92%. · Ordinary share price total return of 2.70%. · Dividend yield of 7.1%, based on dividends at an annualised rate of 4.42 pence and a share price of 62.00 pence at 31 December 2017. · Ordinary share price at a premium of 5.84% to net asset value at 31 December 2017. · £9.0m of equity raised during the period. Outlook I said above that markets have digested a considerable amount of political change, but it is politics that continue to give us most cause for concern. Since the period end, equity markets which had looked to a robust United States' economy and a Eurozone that continues to recover strongly have begun to see increased volatility in the face of talk of a trade war. Bond markets, too, reflect some of the risks, with global bond yields and spreads rising. Portfolio diversification remains our watchword as we look for opportunities in a world where, in the view of the Federal Reserve at least, a turning point has been reached in the interest rate cycle.
02/3/2016
16:16
my retirement fund: So basically they have a wallet full of shares they can sell at a future date and book a profit as the NAV and share price improve over time. Seems like a thrifty plan imo.
25/11/2015
13:13
my retirement fund: I think they had issued just under what they had been given by the book builder so had to add another 200k to meet the book. Probably admin. They don't want to let the share price go to a massive premium to NAV and would prefer to simply increase the fund size. If the reverse is true they can sell down the fund and buy back the shares, sure thing - if they want to.
24/11/2015
14:44
rcturner2: pete, they are simply increasing the size of the trust. Essentially since the share price is at a premium to NAV, it means that people want to buy into the assets and they are issuing shares for cash to new buyers.
02/3/2015
21:18
kiwi2007: hTTp://www.ncim.co.uk/fact/nc.pdf Poor recent share price performance compared to the similar city merchents high yield hTTps://www.invescoperpetual.co.uk/site/ip/pdf/fs-it-cmhyt.pdf
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