Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The European Investment Trust LSE:EUT London Ordinary Share GB0003295010 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +15.00p +1.59% 958.00p 944.00p 958.00p - - - 9,837 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 10.4 8.5 19.0 50.4 402.42

European Investment Trust Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/7/2017
19:08
Sold my HEFT shares (small premium) and reinvested here (11% discount).
pherrom
02/5/2017
09:20
Just so; but why is the discount so wide? The portfolio seems to be in good quality companies but I guess that with a low yield it is not bought by income seekers.
pherrom
01/5/2017
17:28
Now at 855p [in devalued £] but discount still around 12%, way behind Henderson & JPM Euro trusts.
gilston
23/10/2016
15:43
Ticking up nicely and I am averaging up. I think this could hit 800p. The share buybacks help liquidity of course. The discount to NAV is narrowing AT 825P in September but still well above today's share price The weakening pound should be good news too.
mach100
25/8/2016
17:45
I spoke too soon. Has Dale Roberson been sacked?
gilston
22/1/2013
16:53
Performance much improved; new Managers showing their worth.
gilston
21/12/2006
13:59
NAV of £2.8433 share price £2.39 ish Euro Utilities Net Asset Value(s) EUROPEAN UTILITIES TRUST PLC The net asset value per Ordinary Income share of European Utilities Trust plc as at the close of business on 15 December 2006 was 284.33p. The net asset value per Zero Dividend Preference share of European Utilities Trust plc was 295.30p Funds under management were £38,886,656. The portfolio has been valued using bid prices. Movements in the fair value of the Company's derivative financial instrument is recognised in the net asset value. This comprises of an interest rate swap associated with the Company's borrowings. The analysis of the gross assets less current liabilities at 15 December 2006 by geographical area is as follows: Czech Republic 5% France 14% Germany 16% Italy 9% Portugal 4% Spain 13% United Kingdom 26% Cash 13% 100% END
praipus
05/7/2006
11:12
Suspect this may be helping things along "Thames Water escapes leakage fine" http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/5143912.stm
praipus
30/6/2006
11:00
NAV £2.24 say splitsonline
praipus
29/6/2006
10:16
£2.1877 NAV says splitsonline
praipus
28/6/2006
10:28
£2.1937 NAV says splitsonline
praipus
27/6/2006
09:39
£2.2019 NAV creeping on up, share price discount 18.8%
praipus
26/6/2006
11:38
Undiluted NAV stays the same at £2.20
praipus
22/6/2006
10:20
Undiluted NAV £2.20, share price discount to 17%....
praipus
21/6/2006
11:02
Undiluted NAV £2.1866, share price discount 16.8% from splitsonline
praipus
19/6/2006
14:31
Undiluted NAV still £2.19
praipus
16/6/2006
13:07
Undiluted NAV £2.19 graph still scarey but price looking ok
praipus
14/6/2006
12:42
Undiluted NAV £2.1706 NAV holding up well though the graph looks scarey.
praipus
12/6/2006
10:06
Undilyted NAV £2.22
praipus
09/6/2006
10:28
Undiluted NAV £2.19
praipus
08/6/2006
12:10
Aparently when the French first started buying water companies they used to wait for Ofwat to have a go let the share price drop then buy 29% in the market easy if you are/can be a long term.
praipus
08/6/2006
11:56
Well Severn Trent certainly is an example of the monopolistic status of the water companies. However, despite recent Ofwat action I think Severn Trent might still get a 'surprise ' or two from Ofwat. Unfortunately they deserve it...
krishall
08/6/2006
11:49
Friday ....thanks ...lol Krishall regret to say I do not know and can only guess at the influencing factors: Utilities have always been seen as a bit boring so tend to get mistakenly undervalued IMHO. They are more politicaly sensitive, water being an emotive subject. But these are to be balanced with the fact that utilities have monopolistic status, asset rich business's and are usually able to pay a gently increasing dividend. Lastly IMHO the economic cycle points to utilities being in favour so their recent fall is baffling...the premium on the recent BWG takeover was the highest paid so far!
praipus
08/6/2006
10:53
P... sorry in advance ... couldn't resist this answer .... the answer is Friday !! Seriously though .... what's your personal opinion on why he discount is >20%? Rgs, KH
krishall
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