Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crystal Amber Fund Limited LSE:CRS London Ordinary Share GG00B1Z2SL48 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 79.50 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
77.00 82.00 79.50 79.50 79.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 3.28 0.35 0.38 209.2 72
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 79.50 GBX

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Crystal Amber Daily Update: Crystal Amber Fund Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRS. The last closing price for Crystal Amber was 79.50p.
Crystal Amber Fund Limited has a 4 week average price of 79p and a 12 week average price of 76.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 181.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 54p.
There are currently 90,783,567 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 37,369 shares. The market capitalisation of Crystal Amber Fund Limited is £72,172,935.77.
dangersimpson2: It's quite funny that a listed activist fund is itself being targetted by activist funds. Not sure what exactly they are going to do to agitate for change tho - send Bernstein on a de-programming course where they give him an electric shock every time he buys more HUR? CRS are already buying back shares at discount - there is only one thing that will change sentiment here and that is better stock-picking & portfolio management. Kicking out the fund manager or getting them to reduce their fee still leaves the same portfolio to deal with, and if they are a forced seller then the market will put the holdings under pressure a la Woodford. 30% discount is not enough to make that strategy work.
rambutan2: And Almitas added big time, taking its 6% up to 16%: hTtps:// htTps://
rambutan2: Weiss took 5m of them:
rambutan2: Invesco's 20% stake (18,870,340) sold, says the rns, although can't really see it looking back through the trades. CRS website yet to be updated. htTps://
frazboy: Gheez, CRS buying more Hurricane.
spectoacc: Catching up, CRS 31st July NAV 112p, but you'd need to be quite a fan of DLAR (& ALM, which I am).
wbodger: DLAR: Working from the Holdings-RNS figures, CRS increased their holding by about 5 million shares between mid-Feb and late-March, when the shares traded around .55, and sold somewhat more than that many after the Trading Update on June 1 brought a spike and re-rate to above £1.20/share. That is a tidy profit of £3.25 million (ballpark). They have now returned to a holding of about 14 million on a much diluted share base. Their new percentage of the 195 million shares in issue is therefore about 7.1%, although afaics that has not been declared yet in an RNS, nor whether they subscribed in the Open Offer. Bernstein may be in no hurry to sell out, now that DLAR is a much more attractive investment. My calculations. DYOR.
wbodger: Imo it is because DLAR is up a lot but that doesn't necessarily translate into CRS value right away. DLAR spiked on a short squeeze, so it will probably retrace somewhat, meanwhile CRS has nearly 20% of equity but unless there is a takeover it's hard to see what Bernstein does with it, and therefore how directly the DLAR re-rate translates to CRS. CRS is highly illiquid anyway.
spectoacc: Every time I think that, I look at the holdings! DLAR needs to do something fast, or they'll be in rescue rights territory. Can CRS afford to back a rescue rights? DLAR £1.40 on Friday, £1.15 today. HUR isn't bouncing (15p), NTG is a dog (286p), I personally like ALM a lot and CRS have added, but I'd much rather own ALM than CRS. EQLS has had a few pence dcb but is in the "may/may not" category. So NAV lower, CRS share price lower, but still no catalyst to want to buy. Discount needs to widen, not stay the same due to the holdings dropping as fast as CRS's s/p.
carcosa: QP, I don't see anything exotic in CRS at all! ~10% discount is relatively unusual for CRS based on historic data. FFX being up 4% today makes a small impact on overall NAV. My point is that in aggregate with the other major shareholdings which have notably increased, the CRS share price has actually marginally declined giving rise for the 9% discount. Not sure why you picked out FFX when HUR is 28.6% of the fund NAV. Also it should be noted CRS still have substantial warrants over HUR shares which has the potential to add ot the NAV when exercised. CRS is high risk only in that it is a concentrated (but diversified) portfolio and that is the intent of the fund. You seem to have a negative attitude to CRS. I've been successfully trading them since 2016 with 'spare cash'. Have today bought back into the company. Lets wait and see where this is by year's end!
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