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Digital 9 Infrastructure Plc LSE:DGI9 London Ordinary Share JE00BMDKH437 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.40 -2.12% 111.00 1,464,869 16:29:38
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
111.00 111.60 111.80 111.00 111.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 2.94 -0.29 -0.07 900
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:00:39 O 17,010 111.046 GBX

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27/6/2022
09:20
Digital 9 Infrastructure Daily Update: Digital 9 Infrastructure Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DGI9. The last closing price for Digital 9 Infrastructure was 113.40p.
Digital 9 Infrastructure Plc has a 4 week average price of 111p and a 12 week average price of 110.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 119p while the 1 year low share price is currently 103.80p.
There are currently 810,629,500 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,439,630 shares. The market capitalisation of Digital 9 Infrastructure Plc is £899,798,745.
27/6/2022
22:10
rambutan2: Hmmm, so that would've valued the 48% at more like £1.2bn. Rather a big disparity in valuation to the price DGI9 is paying. I can't see that anything has been sold off since last summer. Am I missing something? 12/08/2021 — Arqiva is preparing to sell its remaining operations, which could be valued at about £2.5bn ($3.5bn), people familiar with the matter said. The closely held U.K. group is working with an adviser to solicit bids, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing confidential information. Its portfolio now mostly consists of broadcasting towers, as well as a smart meter business, after it agreed to sell its U.K. telecom masts to Cellnex Telecom SA in 2019. Indicative offers are expected next month and a sale could draw both private equity and strategic suitors, the people said. Arqiva owns about 1,150 television transmission sites that cover 98.5% of the U.K. population with Freeview, and roughly 1,500 broadcast transmission sites, according to its annual report for the year through June 2020. It also provides networks for smart meters for customers of utilities including Thames Water and Anglian Water. The company traces its history back to the 1920s. Its biggest shareholder is Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, which owns 48% of the business, according to the annual report. Arqiva’s owners also include arms of Macquarie Group Ltd., IFM Investors Pty and other Australian funds. (The above was from Bloomberg - they won't allow a link) hTtps://www.arqiva.com/about/shareholders hTtps://www.cppinvestments.com/public-media/headlines/2022/digital-9-infrastructure-plc-to-acquire-cpp-investments-entire-stake-in-arqiva
27/6/2022
20:13
ec2: Looks like they want to raise as much as they can get, since no max size for the offer mentioned. On this basis I suspect the strike price will be at the 110p minimum level as they will not wish to turn funds away. Scaling back I also suspect unlikely. Sold down 25% of my holding in anticipation at just over 116p in order to leave skin in the game on the expectation of an offer for subscription. Will need to also apply via the placing due to the 8 million rule bring triggered.
27/6/2022
15:24
alan pt: catch007 Yes, possibly not ideally what they wanted, it's a minority stake (just), but a very solid, cash generative business. DGI9 shaping up very well now, looking as defensive as HICL/INPP but with more potential capital growth
27/6/2022
14:56
catch007: Alan PT: I did much the same to secure a top purchase at 1.112 happy at that even though above NAV and placing offer price. Good acquisition imho and a defensive portfolio of assets. NAV will improve again and I see this as long term hold anyway.
27/6/2022
13:08
alan pt: Well done to them for continuing to think of the retail investor, though in this case I only needed a small top-up so I was happy to just take advantage of the price drop (put in a limit at 111, had it trigger almost immediately)
27/6/2022
13:05
alan pt: You need to scroll down a bit, but it's in here: https://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/DGI9/replacement-placing-offer-for-subscription/15513328 "The quantum of the Offer for Subscription shall not exceed the Sterling equivalent of €8 million." Note this is a limit on the subscription offer, there is no limit on the placing (that I can see)
27/6/2022
09:23
nimbo1: I've done well out of DGI9 buying at the lows and selling above 115p a couple of times - im going to start buying back today and want it as a 10% position in my income portfolio. : )
27/6/2022
07:55
rik shaw: Details of placing and open offer at 110p hTtps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/digital-9-infrastructure-DGI9/share-news/Digital-9-Infrastructure-PLC-Placing-Offer-for-Su/88450950
13/5/2022
09:29
apollocreed1: Is there any reason why DGI9 could have a rise in NAV? After all, it doesn't benefit from rising energy prices unlike those renewable energy trusts.
13/4/2022
08:43
speedsgh: £45m investment into central London data centre - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/digital-9-infrastr.--dgi9-/rns/-45m-investment-into-central-london-data-centre/202204130700111903I/ Digital 9 Infrastructure plc (ticker: DGI9) is pleased to announce that it has signed a binding sale and purchase agreement for the acquisition of GAData Holdings Limited (trading as Volta Data Centres, "Volta") for £45 million (the "Acquisition"). Volta wholly owns and operates a premier data centre facility based in central London, providing co-location services. The Acquisition delivers on D9's metro edge data centre strategy, identifying facilities located in or near urban centres offering robust connectivity to customers which require low latency solutions. This complements D9's Verne Global and SeaEdge data centre strategies. Key highlights: · 6 MW data centre in central London, operating since 2013 · Over 40 networks available in its carrier-neutral facility, ranking it in the top 10 for connectivity amongst all central London data centres, and first amongst independents · Diversified customer base of over 100 clients from the finance, media, tech, telecom and energy sectors · Offers direct access to multiple cloud platforms · Over 50% of the MW sold have a direct power pass through in the contract, reducing Volta's exposure to power price fluctuations · Focus on achieving carbon neutrality, with energy sourced from renewable sources · Owns the long leasehold to the 91,000 square foot building in which it operates, on the edge of the City of London, a short walk from Farringdon Station · Central London location is in line with D9's stated strategy of acquiring assets with robust connectivity close to end users and devices in metro edge locations, complementing its Verne Global and SeaEdge data centre strategies Jack Waters, Chair of Digital 9 Infrastructure plc, commented: "Data centres form a key part of the digital infrastructure backbone. The acquisition of Volta, which was a pipeline investment identified at IPO, adds to our portfolio of data centres which are in key connectivity locations, as D9 continues to build an integrated platform, driving connectivity throughout its investments." Thor Johnsen, Head of Digital Infrastructure at Triple Point Investment Management LLP, commented: "Volta is one of central London's best connected data centres, providing a unique opportunity to purchase a freehold operating asset with over 100 customers and an exciting long-term future as customers continue to seek low latency access in key centralised locations. We are particularly excited to explore opportunities across existing enterprise customers to optimise data centre utilisation across the broader platform, balancing the low latency metro access of Volta with the predictable power costs and sustainability benefits of our Nordic data centre platform, Verne Global."
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