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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cqs New City High Yield Fund Limited LSE:NCYF London Ordinary Share JE00B1LZS514 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 1.24% 49.10 837,566 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
48.60 50.40 49.50 49.00 49.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 22.63 20.00 4.59 10.7 235
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:12 O 250,000 48.50 GBX

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2020-11-25 17:15:0048.50250,000121,250.00O
2020-11-25 16:35:1249.1052.46UT
2020-11-25 16:06:5049.2840,58220,000.43O
2020-11-25 15:57:4849.2829,53014,553.57O
2020-11-25 15:46:1049.2837,85018,653.99O
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25/11/2020
08:20
Cqs New City High Yield Daily Update: Cqs New City High Yield Fund Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NCYF. The last closing price for Cqs New City High Yield was 48.50p.
Cqs New City High Yield Fund Limited has a 4 week average price of 45.20p and a 12 week average price of 45.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 61.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 24p.
There are currently 478,901,858 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 428,107 shares. The market capitalisation of Cqs New City High Yield Fund Limited is £235,140,812.28.
05/7/2020
21:20
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
10:27
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.
24/6/2020
14:28
andyj: Totally agree. Whilst they pay a good income, the price has fallen 35% in the last nine years. Effectively reducing the income by 4% a year. Very rarely do income funds manage to beat quality investment trusts, where the dividend might be lower, but the total returns higher. That said, if I was retired I might happily invest here.
20/6/2020
10:06
zac0_4: A market downturn is the acid test of which investments are most resilient. All my income paying investments have performed terribly over the past 6 months - HHI -18%, MRCH -25%, NCYF -15%. All figures include capital and dividends. Alternatively I have a number of investment funds which have clearly outperformed - L&G Global Tech +20%, Rathbone Global Opps +15%, Blue Whale Growth +14%. My mind is now made up! I'll move away from income paying investments and investments that are linked with the UK stock market and move entirely, over a period of time, to Investment Funds. Less worry and better returns!!
06/6/2020
07:53
neilyb675: The Net Asset Value (NAV) at 04/06/2020 was: Per Ordinary share (bid price) - including 46.10p unaudited current period revenue Per Ordinary share (bid price) - excluding 45.39p current period revenue
03/6/2020
13:19
andyj: With much of the market recovering, NCYF plods along waiting for the next fall. Still waiting to exit my last ever income fund.
16/4/2020
11:22
neilyb675: The Company announces its third interim dividend of 1.00 pence per share (2019 - 1.00 pence) payable on 29 May 2020 to shareholders on the register on 24 April 2020, having an ex-dividend date of 23 April 2020.
18/3/2020
17:55
carterit: Bought these along with IPE and HHI several years ago - after checking how they fared in the 2008 financial crisis. All got hammered but the dividends held up reasonably well during and in the aftermath. IPE currently 50 dropped to 23 Nav 56 HHI currently 108 dropped to 80 Nav 130 NCYF currently 27 dropped to 35 Nav 45 I shall continue to hold and see what happens,and hope that with all the promises that governments are throwing around,will lead to similar this time. With these and my other trusts ,at least i am drip feeding about 2K per month into about 20 funds with the automatic reinvestment.
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
07:54
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.
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