Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Digital 9 Infrastructure Plc LSE:DGI9 London Ordinary Share JE00BMDKH437 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 108.20 1,825,642 16:35:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
108.00 108.40 108.40 108.00 108.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments -0.77 -0.43 782
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:25 UT 12,825 108.20 GBX

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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 108.20p.
Digital 9 Infrastructure Plc has a 4 week average price of 106.80p and a 12 week average price of 106.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 119p while the 1 year low share price is currently 99.50p.
There are currently 722,480,620 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,642,261 shares. The market capitalisation of Digital 9 Infrastructure Plc is £781,724,030.84.
alan pt: So PINT did well, oversubscribed. Different, but adjacent LABS also did well, oversubscribed All gone a bit silent on the Alinda launch though, we should have heard results of that by end of Nov, so maybe they are still scrambling for cash? https://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/market-news/publication-of-prospectus/15191333 Perhaps this is why DGI9 hasn't yet reclaimed the kind of premium it had? Still, can't complain, it's doing what it is meant to - an island of stability in choppy markets
speedsgh: Currently available at a small discount to the recent oversubscribed 107.50p placing price.
alan pt: If you want to actively trade then a bit of share price volatility is your friend If you are a long term holder then share price fluctuation (within reasonable limits) is irrelevant - what matters is NAV, which is positively impacted by each raise above NAV (as both have been) As others have said before, future raises should be expected, but don't assume that will be rapid - not everything in the pipeline will conclude (just look at CORD for evidence of that)
alan pt: CORD is still trading at around 12% premium and I think DGI9 is a better fund, so I'd expect it to head back up - might take a few weeks though, as it did after last placing Much like HICL and INPP, it will bounce around a bit for no obvious reason (and a bit more around placings), just ignore the wobbles and enjoy the income :-)
drectly: Help please, how do you buy these, Lloyds does not recognise DGI9 epic so not sure what the issue is. thanks
jonwig: The Iceland data centre purchase prompted me to look a bit further. There are around a dozen data centres in Iceland, with more planned (including crypto-miners). There are just three cable connections to the outside world. And today, the FT has an article about climate implications from the melting of Greenland's ice-sheet: Climate change risks triggering catastrophic tsunamis, scientist warns Melting of ice sheets could unleash intense seismic activity as weight on crust below is reduced. https://www.ft.com/content/eb65d1c3-6220-4ebb-a4d6-eb876ab1b200 Implications for Iceland - tsunami, undersea earthquakes, active volcanoes... Not a direct signal for DGI9, but an area of news worth noting. And are they insured up to the hilt?
jonwig: He makes some good points about DGI9 and similar funds. He also notes correctly that Phaunos and Cambium among timber funds were quite awful. My thoughts on the Foresight fund are directed at Scotland. How much of the governing law is devolved, and might it be an SNP policy issue?
jonwig: prokartace - it's the game, what these companies do - property, infrastructure, renewable energy, etc. It's all part of the plan: expand via new equity (and maybe gearing) to buy new assets. The new assets pay dividends. It only works if the share price is above its NAV. The reward for shareholders is a rising dividend and rising NAV. (Even if you don't participate in the fundraisings.) If other investors felt as you do, the share price would droop and there'd be nothing to go for. Quite honestly, you should have known this before you invested!
prokartace: If we are to continually get issues of equity around NAV then plainly the share price trading at a more than 10% premium to NAV is unsustainable. On thes basis I have sold my holding and will wait to see what value further equity raises offer
jonwig: pogue - yes, this sort of company (infrastructure) raises new equity pretty regularly - at least twice a year, and takes on bridging loans in the meantime. On divis, sometimes they arrange things so that the new shares aren't eleigible for the next divi, sometimes they just pay it (uncovered) anyway. When they invest the money the income produces divis, and so the cycle goes on. The drop in share price on the announcement is typical - people sell existing and buy new, cheaper.
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