Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hicl Infrastructure Plc LSE:HICL London Ordinary Share GB00BJLP1Y77 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 171.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
171.00 171.20 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 49.50 2.70 63.3 3,171
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:41:38 O 79 171.00 GBX

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2020-06-04 15:37:52171.0065,000111,150.00AT
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Hicl Infrastructure Daily Update: Hicl Infrastructure Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HICL. The last closing price for Hicl Infrastructure was 171p.
Hicl Infrastructure Plc has a 4 week average price of 161.40p and a 12 week average price of 133.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 183p while the 1 year low share price is currently 133.80p.
There are currently 1,854,642,769 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,549,559 shares. The market capitalisation of Hicl Infrastructure Plc is £3,171,439,134.99.
rik shaw: Dividend declaration: hTtps://
carterit: ...though i do tend to sell off approx 10-20% each time the overall valuation has doubled,to either start off with a new fund or take advantage of maybe a dip in one of the other sectors or geographies that i invest in.Not all sectors and geographies rise at the same time,and having started off the investments,its good just to sit back and wait,and generally not bother about additional investing until we get periodic dips,and then take that as an opportunity to top up. And yes,i've seen the bad times as well such as the dot co boom and bust around 2000,and the big financial crisis in 2007/2008. The dot com boom and bust was what got me into income and growth funds,and reinvesting the dividends, having watched an isa investment in an aberdeen tech unit trust that paid no dividends,treble in a few years and then go all the way back down again in very short order. Since then,as many investment trusts manage to maintain dividends (or even increase year on year),if the underlying share price goes down,you get the bonus of extra additional shares,so providing you haven't bought a bunch of dogs, a market downturn needn't always be disastrous in the long term.
carterit: Sometimes i think people underestimate the attraction of income paying trusts. Some of the more heady premiums may well reduce but i think good income payers will continue to attract a premium,and never under estimate the power of compounding interest if you are able to reinvest the dividends rather than take the money. I've been able to auto reinvest the dividends for 7 years now and while the increase in share price over that period may look modest,when i see how many more shares i have,and their overall value,it looks so much more impressive. Hopefully i will be able to continue doing that for another 3 or 4 years,before i start taking the income.
jonwig: Alternatively, "This just shows that the private sector cannot be trusted to run efficient and reliable public services." Some fairly good news recently: Momentum have decided that a wholesale deselection of Blairite MPs won't go ahead for fear of damaging party unity. This means that even a Labour majority couldn't deliver on the wilder promises - for some time, at least. As for HICL, NAV at 30 Sept was 152p so I guess after the new provisions it's probably trading around par. However, there's a hint that this might not be the end of the story. The fact that the share price only fell after 9:00 (and same with JLIF) suggests exit by discretionary wealth managers.
jonwig: winsome - yes, you're right ... though that thought doesn't help the share price! I do think a more likely prospect (either party in gov't) would be a windfall tax on the reduction of CT from (?) 27% to 20%. I reckon accumulated dividends over the last 7 years could be clawed back by around 13%, and current payouts similarly constrained. Latest NAV at 30/09 was 151.6p, so some will be using this as a key number, I guess. I don't think it's ever traded at a discount - not in my holding time, anyway.
spectoacc: Share price performance will depend mainly on likelihood of May's govnt surviving, & prospect of the Corbyn communist conspiracy.
schofip: Yes I have decided to step out as well. Putting Labour policies aside for a moment. We currently have higher interest rates around the corner and a cash raising exercise in the pipeline. On top of that with the pound under pressure it is going to be more expensive to bid for projects in other countries. If the prospect of new PFI projects are not going to be available in the uk, assuming a labour win (and to be quite honest I think the tories are in complete disarray under Theresa may), I am not sure where the share price may end up.
jonwig: Acquisition of 35% stake in HS1, includes: The investment will be funded using HICL's existing cash resources and drawings from its revolving credit facility. Following completion of the acquisition, and on the basis that HICL has brought in co-investment of up to £120 million of its equity interest, HICL will have a net funding requirement of approximately £140m. Share price drops - share placing ahoy!
schofip: As the company is currently going through a book build process to raise £200M, you can expect the share price to fall towards whatever average price comes out of the book build process so you may still have an entry point coming up. Hold tight
hiddendepths: I'm applying for five times my B E as E E. There was always going to be selling from instis down to close to the issue price of the new shares. They know they can sell some in the 160s and buy back the same number in the placing. It might not look good to some with the share price down here but actually it's just an opportunity to top up cheaply. I've got room for more at this sort of level as I trimmed my holding in the 170s and at 180p last year. So I'm close to adding in the market as I'm sure my E E application will be scaled back by quite a bit.
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