Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
HICL Infrastructure Company LSE:HICL London Ordinary Share GB00B0T4LH64 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.40p -0.97% 142.70p 142.40p 142.60p 143.70p 142.20p 143.70p 3,143,615 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 178.6 12.4 11.5 2,552.79

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/5/2018
07:40
JLIF's comments are interesting this morning: "Together these projects represented approximately 8.7% of the Portfolio value as at 31 March 2018. Of these nine projects, the largest (the M40 Motorway project representing approximately 3.5% of the Portfolio) has fully transitioned to a new provider on a long-term contractual arrangement while the remaining eight projects have transitioned to new providers initially on an interim basis, with the expectation of a full transition over the coming months. The terms of the contracts with the new facilities management providers are similar to the pre-existing terms. In aggregate, across all nine projects affected by the collapse of Carillion, the costs of replacement remain within the guidance issued in January 2018 of approximately GBP3.0 million. " Personally I thought any Carillion replacement would be charging considerably more - less competition, and Carillion were clearly doing it too cheap. Good sign for HICL if that's not the case.
spectoacc
11/5/2018
13:13
SpectoAcc - looks like we are in agreement :-)
irkin
11/5/2018
07:36
What a relief, StoA! Sorry for misunderstanding. Asmo.
asmodeus
10/5/2018
20:52
@asmodeus @Irkin - for the avoidance of doubt, there's quotation marks in my post above - rest assured I'm about as far from a Corbynista as you can get. If you want to argue against the quotation above, consider that many of the councils up for election were in Labour areas, that a repeat of that vote share wouldn't even give Labour a May-esque "majority" at the next GE, and that any half-decent opposition should be trouncing the ruling party at this point in the cycle. But also consider that Trump got in on very similar "fake news". Best to look at both sides, in life but particularly in investment. Hence I have lots of Corbynista friends :)
spectoacc
06/5/2018
07:54
Since we're off-topic with politics, I can't resist pointing out that The Beano is 80 today! Recently the Beano sent a writ to Jacob Rees-Mogg demanding that he Cease and Desist from impersonationg one of its characters. Surprisingly that wasn't Lord Snooty but Walter the Softy: Https://news.sky.com/story/beano-tells-rees-mogg-to-stop-copying-comic-character-walter-the-softy-11316413
jonwig
05/5/2018
22:27
SpectoAcc What are you quoting? My comment was based on the common pre-election view that Labour would trounce the Conservatives when actually they performed worse than expected. As for the result indicating what will happen at the next election, I personally feel it doesn't bode well for Labour.
irkin
05/5/2018
20:57
Well, it is all conjecture. I love politics but it didn't cross my mind to vote in the local elections. After last years locals the view was that The Labour Party would be wiped out forever at the General Election and look what happened. I would be astonished if the next GE was between Corbyn and May. Which is all a way of saying that I think any time spent thinking about the result of the next general election won't help with judging whether to buy or sell HICL.
mad foetus
05/5/2018
19:01
You and your Corbynist friends are in denial Specto Acc. Labour should have trounced the Tories at this time, and under these circumstances - not just nibbled away at them (us). And it looks as if your pseudonym should be SpectoAmortise if you really believe in Mr Corbyn. P.S - and by the way - how do you reconcile the fact that speculating to accumulate is anathema to left-wing socialists? :)
asmodeus
05/5/2018
16:50
@Jonwig @Irkin - you should have as many Corbynista friends as I do: "It's a shame the media are so biased - here are the actual results: * Labour take 600 more seats than the Tories * Labour hold twice as many councils * Labour make gains, Tories hoover up UKIP vote and STILL make losses * Labour had a huge swing to take Plymouth Council in the true blue South West * Labour took Kirklees, a council we haven't held since 1999 * Labour has the best result in London since 1971 * In Westminister and Wandsworth, Labour has more seats than at any time since 1986 * Labour hold a record number of seats in Croydon, Ealing, Redbridge and Waltham Forest * Labour failed to take Barnet - yet Labour have NEVER won Barnet under any leader * Labour are the largest party in Trafford, meaning the Tories now hold no councils at all in Greater Manchester. This is a step forward and yet more progress on our General Election performance - so much so that if this was repeated at the next GE then Jeremy would be our Prime Minister. As usual don't believe all you hear and read in our main-stream media. Spread the word, get the facts out there. Because sadly the media can no longer be relied on to do so."
spectoacc
04/5/2018
19:51
Strange - I thought the election results would have caused a bounce. Maybe the Corbyn effect is no longer influencing the SP?
irkin
04/5/2018
17:50
@ Losos - I was mighty pleased when I turned on the news this morning!
jonwig
04/5/2018
17:44
jonwig - "The result might unsettle a lot of investors." Market seems to like the results, I haven't done, or read, any analysis so basically just guessing but all mine (Except HICL) are up this afternoon. The Corbyn / McDonnel nightmare will continue but hopefully not for much longer haha.
losos
30/4/2018
07:29
"The profit on disposal, after costs, represents a premium of GBP9.7m over the Directors' valuation of GBP46.5m as at 30 September 2017. HICL expects to redeploy the proceeds into accretive investments and the Company would consider further selective disposals as a means of managing its overall funding position." All very positive.
spectoacc
26/4/2018
12:18
@jonwig - true - but if Corbyn Labour gain a few more councils, the resultant total shambles should be enough to rule out a showing at the next GE :)
spectoacc
26/4/2018
11:17
@ Spec - but the local elections (in London especially)? The result might unsettle a lot of investors.
jonwig
26/4/2018
11:00
Bound to be some nervousness ahead of next GE for sure - hopefully a while to go before that, and result won't be a Corbyn/McDonnell majority.
spectoacc
26/4/2018
10:23
Well done indeed. Like SpectoAcc, I remain invested for the long run, although I would average out starting at about 10% higher than current share price I have quite a few and the events of the last year make this riskier than I had initially thought and so see it prudent to lower the weighting a touch. That said, the current 5.3% dividend yield does compensate meaningfully for the risk, as I currently see it.
chucko1
26/4/2018
07:29
Profit's a profit, well done. More of a LTBH for me, for the divi.
spectoacc
25/4/2018
11:23
Sold out. Was meant to be a long term holding but had made 6%+ in a week and have given up a few quick starts recently so felt inclined to take the cash. Good luck all.
mad foetus
18/4/2018
15:39
@mf - long may it last ;)
spectoacc
18/4/2018
12:06
I did it first Lol
schofip
18/4/2018
11:18
Well, my timing appears to be better than yours specto! Good luck to all.
mad foetus
17/4/2018
17:09
Yeah I thought that about 14p higher (before the CLLN debacle & write-off) ;)
spectoacc
17/4/2018
15:35
I bought some today for my long term portfolio. Now at a 7% discount compared to year average 11% premium and a 6% yield makes it an attractive entry point.
mad foetus
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