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Gen.acc.8se.pf LSE:GACA London Preference Share
  Price Change % Change Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.62% 163.00 161.00 165.00 163.00 162.00 162.00 8,397 08:04:21

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05/5/2021
09:10
Yields at Offer prices: # AV.A 8.75% @ 164.0p-165.5p = 5.29% # AV.B 8.375% @ 159.0p-161.2p = 5.20% # GACA 8.875% @ 161.4p-162.7p = 5.45% # GACB 7.875% @ 141.0p-142.0p = 5.55% All enjoyed a great run recently. AV.A & GACA go XD 3rd June...
skyship
06/4/2021
13:48
Yields at Offer prices: # AV.A 8.75% @ 155.75p-156.9p = 5.58% # AV.B 8.375% @ 153.5p-155.8p = 5.38% # GACA 8.875% @ 155.4p-157.4p = 5.64% # GACB 7.875% @ 135.6p-137.9p = 5.71% All steady after recent minor pullbacks...also AV.B & GACB recently XD
skyship
28/3/2021
14:47
A debate over on the AV.A thread regarding the possible future of the 4 prefs. Further opinions welcomed.
skyship
01/3/2021
11:11
CWAi - thnx for that - s/b 5.39% - will change...
skyship
01/3/2021
11:06
Something not looking quite right about that AV.B figure Sky
cwa1
01/3/2021
10:58
Yields at Offer prices: # AV.A 8.75% @ 154.0p-157.0p = 5.57% # AV.B 8.375% @ 153.0p-155.3p = 5.39% # GACA 8.875% @ 155.15p-156.35p = 5.68% # GACB 7.875% @ 140.0p-141.5p = 5.57% All trending lower with the falling bond market. AV.B looks particularly over-valued. I currently don't hold, but would sell if I did; especially AV.B...
skyship
02/12/2020
10:48
Yields at Offer prices: # AV.A 8.75% @ 159.0p-161.0p = 5.43% # AV.B 8.375% @ 147.0p-148.9p = 5.62% # GACA 8.875% @ 156.5p-158.0p = 5.62% # GACB 7.875% @ 136.0p-138.0p = 5.71% All up to their highs, reflecting the general move in the bond markets.
skyship
26/11/2020
09:21
Normally I have a pretty good eye for these kind of things, but I note that the FCA notice into Aviva's market statements concerning the preference shares of Aviva and General Accident was released on the 26th October - clearly censuring them for their conduct and statements made to the market. https://www.fca.org.uk/publication/final-notices/aviva-plc-2020.pdf Sounds like there will be clawback of Directors' remuneration in the 2020 Annual Report also, based on the tone of what Aviva have said in their Q3 announcement today.
kirkie001
15/11/2020
14:29
Yields at Offer prices: # AV.A 8.75% @ 155.0p-156.25p = 5.60% # AV.B 8.375% @ 144.7p-146.2p = 5.73% # GACA 8.875% @ 154.0-155.9p = 5.69% # GACB 7.875% @ 133.0p-135.0p = 5.83% No obvious Best Buy at the moment.
skyship
01/7/2020
14:11
Yields on Offer prices: # AV.A 8.75% @ 144.65p-145.68p = 6.01% # AV.B 8.375% @ 136.56p-137.75p = 6.08% # GACA 8.875% @ 142p-144.85p = 6.13% # GACB 7.875% @ 123.5p-126.6p = 6.22% Strong market recently; and very close spreads.
skyship
01/7/2020
08:29
And, to change the subject, I've just received a hefty dividend in my account from GACA this morning. Lovely stuff.
cwa1
01/7/2020
08:05
Yes all very odd.
skinny
01/7/2020
08:04
If I was looking to book balance and HAD to sell 4700 shares in GACA to make them balance(sounds extraordinarily unlikely), I'm pretty damned sure I wouldn't have gone about it by slinging them on the book that far under the prevailing market price! Especially when I could have sold them at a significantly higher price all day up until then. However, stranger things have happened at sea I suppose...
cwa1
30/6/2020
17:58
Last day of the month/half year so book balancing?
cc2014
30/6/2020
17:37
Was thinking the same
badtime
30/6/2020
16:43
Strange looking UT there. Somebody fat fingered it?
cwa1
09/4/2020
13:36
Yields on Offer prices: # AV.A 8.75% @ 134p-136p = 6.43% # AV.B 8.375% @ 123p-126p = 6.65% # GACA 8.875% @ 130p-133p = 6.67% # GACB 7.875% @ 115p-118p = 6.67% After very good rallies they now look a tad overbought IMO.
skyship
07/4/2020
11:37
Good to see a recovery in these
badtime
02/4/2020
10:15
@Jonwig - talking prefs, pretty sure they'll still be paid, eg RBS: "For completeness, this has no impact on the payment of interest on outstanding preference shares or Alternative Tier 1 instruments ("AT1") issued by RBS and its subsidiaries. "
spectoacc
02/4/2020
10:13
Spec - I think at least one bank (RBS) has said not. Insurers (AV, L&G) have been asked politely to rethink their divis.
jonwig
02/4/2020
09:49
An interesting question been raised by a CityWire poster - "Will the govnt banning banks from paying dividends extend to prefs?". No, I reckon, because they're classed as debt, not equity. But seems a good question, when there's so many different versions (Notes, prefs, contingent something-or-others, convertibles).
spectoacc
01/4/2020
06:56
Inflation is a very good point, is clear there's shortages coming. Price controls would be my guess. And perhaps little in the way of interest rate rises to counter it, since this'll be stagflation. As for tax rates - 1% on BR brings £5bn, as a rule of thumb.
spectoacc
31/3/2020
18:37
"Not sure how much that will raise" - I think most politicos have a basic appreciation of the Laffer curve but the impression of fairness, burden-sharing is an asset when explaining tax policy. On topic - all prefs have been hit pretty hard, and I wonder whether investors are beginning to look over the hill at possible inflation (weaker pound so cost-push). Anything with inflation linking is worth looking at.
jonwig
31/3/2020
18:01
That said, I do believe that post Pandemic we are likely to see a temporary "Covid premium" to income tax rates. Say: # Basic rate up from 20% to 21% # Higher rate up from 40% to 42% Not sure how much that will raise...but will go and see...
skyship
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