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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
  3.40 1.96% 177.00 2,776,857 16:29:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
176.60 177.00 177.40 172.80 173.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 368.70 19.00 9.3 3,428
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:40:13 O 34,074 177.00 GBX

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26/6/2022
09:20
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 173.60p.
Hicl Infrastructure Plc has a 4 week average price of 171.60p and a 12 week average price of 171.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 184.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 160.60p.
There are currently 1,936,813,501 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,602,338 shares. The market capitalisation of Hicl Infrastructure Plc is £3,428,159,896.77.
24/6/2022
06:55
unastubbs: www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/more-than-half-of-our-income-rises-in-line-with-inflation/ar-AAYOm2B?li=AAwnS0s&ocid=mailsignout from the telegraph today, an interview/puff piece with Edward Hunt, of InfraRed Capital Partners, the manager of HICL
30/5/2022
16:11
williamcooper104: High inflation with high rates is a killer for most assetsHICL never fully IMO priced in QE/super low rates so hopefully there's a little slack But in a stagflation environment if our NAV stays still, with higher inflation being countered by higher discount rates I'll be happy Yep there's a little more risk on demand assets than with INPP/BBGI and up until a few months ago HICLs share price seemed to reflect this Hopefully if we can survive a pandemic without a divi cut then the demand assets will be robust during a more normal recession
25/5/2022
11:37
jonwig: William - yes, HICL say 0.8x correlation. There's a bit of dividend risk in their pay-per-use assets. But ... if the Bank raises interest rates sharply, HICL will likely have to raise the discount rate on future cashflows and asset values. This would reduce future dividend guidance and also NAV values. It might also mean that they will choose to use cashflows to reduce debt rather than pay dividends (though net debt is only £46.2m). High inflation together with high interest rates is a combination which won't be much help to HICL, or anything else.
25/5/2022
08:09
jonwig: Full Year results: https://www.investegate.co.uk/hicl-infrastructure--hicl-/rns/annual-results-for-the-year-ended-31-march-2022/202205250700046753M/ As usual, very good, and they stress the inflation protection. (A candidate for a windfall tax from our dysfunctional leadership 😢)
20/4/2022
12:18
peterbill: @schofip Anybody got a view on the disposal of Alexandra Hospital. I assume it is good thing and no down side. Agree (more or less, the downside is losing an asset) - I'll be voting for the disposal. Following a competitive auction process, the Board is pleased to announce that HICL has conditionally agreed to dispose its 100% interest in the Queen Alexandra Hospital PFI Project ("QAH") to InfraRed European Infrastructure Income Fund 4 ("EIIF 4"). This disposal is in line with the Company's stated strategy to deliver shareholder value and optimise portfolio composition through periodic disposals. The transaction is accretive to key portfolio metrics. Proceeds to HICL will be c. £108m, with profits from the sale representing a 1.5 pence per share increase on NAV relative to HICL's valuation at 30 September 2021. ... more ... Ian Russell, Chairman of HICL, said: "The disposal of HICL's investment in Queen Alexandra Hospital is a tangible example of the Company's business model in action. HICL, through its Investment Manager InfraRed, seeks to enhance shareholder value in the existing portfolio through active asset management to optimise portfolio performance and composition. The proceeds provide an alternative source of funds to rotate into the Company's advanced pipeline. The Board unanimously recommends that Shareholders vote in favour of this transaction, as all the Directors intend to do in respect of their own beneficial holdings of Ordinary Shares."
14/4/2022
17:42
alan pt: I normally keep HICL as a core long term holding, but do a bit of light trading, trim a bit when it goes high, buy a bit when it goes low But the recent volatility has made it worth doing a bit more and also got me back into INPP for the first time in a while I'm quite OK about holding a bit more cash at the moment, but having learned my lesson with GSF I think I'll throw a bit more at the INPP placing, see what happens. Worst case, I end up getting a bit more than expected and holding it a while, no bad thing really!
31/3/2022
08:12
jonwig: Share price close to all-time high of 182.22p on 12/08/2016.
31/3/2022
08:06
rik shaw: Proposed disposal of QAH will add 1.5p to NAV hTtps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/hicl-infrastructure-HICL/share-news/HICL-Infrastructure-PLC-EGM-Proposed-Disposal-of/87706543
03/3/2022
07:57
jonwig: Agreed. Link here: https://www.investegate.co.uk/hicl-infrastructure--hicl-/rns/interim-update-statement/202203030700044540D/ HS1 isn't the problem it might have been, and the inflation cover is pretty sound: The Company is well placed to deliver increased returns in a higher inflationary environment due to its strong inflation correlation, where HICL's return would increase from 6.6% to 7.4% if inflation was 1% higher in all future periods.
24/11/2021
08:07
jonwig: H1 results: https://www.investegate.co.uk/hicl-infrastructure--hicl-/rns/interim-results-6-months-ended-30th-september-2021/202111240700063403T/ All good, I think. This might come in handy: The outlook for inflation is expected to remain elevated in HICL's core markets, making the inherent inflation correlation of HICL's return, at 0.8x, a key attraction for investors.
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