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
  -0.90p -0.58% 153.30p 153.30p 153.40p 153.80p 153.10p 153.70p 2,653,580 09:48:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 178.6 12.4 12.4 2,737.99

HICL Infrastructure Company Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/1/2018
17:20
Extract from AJ Bell Monthly Shares Magazine on winners and losers from Carillion. "Some listed infrastructure funds may feel some pain from Carillion’s end. HICL (HICL) has exposure to relevant healthcare assets and has already reduced its portfolio valuation by between £5 and £10m to reflect ‘recent profit warnings from certain counterparties’; which Numis assumes refers to Carillion. (DS)"
schofip
22/1/2018
15:35
Looks like a little bounce back after the over reaction to the downside. Don't know if any news coming?
uapatel
19/1/2018
17:24
Jonwig, I don't think all this background noise warrants selling. Most things we worry about never happen. I could stomach the div being frozen in worst case scenario. Markets are very frothy at the moment and my holdings in HICL, JLIF and 3IN may well outperform them in the medium term, taking into account the yields. They offer more value and stability than most of the FT350 stocks currently.
winsome
19/1/2018
14:35
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.
jonwig
19/1/2018
07:22
At risk of going O/T - what gets me with the Corbynistas is how they don't need to remember the 70s - they can just look at existing countries, solidly supported by the likes of Corbyn. Venezuala? Cuba? Which isn't to say the existing system doesn't need fixing - PFI being one example, and it's better already than it was - but fixing within the framework of the only system that actually works.
spectoacc
18/1/2018
20:00
Losos - you have hit the main point there: in the UK Labour last made a huge mess in the 1970s. The generation who support Corbyn weren't there to remember it. They want change and they like Corbyn's sweet talk. Another baptism of fire may be needed. It's the same in the markets - youngish traders and bankers in the late 1990s (the dot-com boom) had no experience of the last big bear market of the 1970s and didn't know what to expect. I started investing in 1971 and will never forget that experience!
jonwig
18/1/2018
19:45
chucko1 -"bit of a sell-a-thon today" A bit lower and even the very small premium could go. That would persuade me to add. Getting a bit fed up with all the political interferance in business, is there no one around who remembers the era of the communist East European economies ???
losos
18/1/2018
16:02
It is always a good time to buy whist other people are losing their head
schofip
18/1/2018
16:00
Couldn't resist the temptation have added.
schofip
18/1/2018
15:44
Well wasn't going to add till later, but the drop was a bit quick relatively, so decided to add a small amount more.
uapatel
18/1/2018
13:21
Agreed @Jonwig - Tories seem to be quietly nicking a lot of Labour's policies, which at least steals their thunder. Eg regulation of utilities. Still in HICL mind, & happy to run it for divi.
spectoacc
18/1/2018
12:29
This morning's NAO report was pretty damning on the value to gov't of PFI, and might strengthen Labour's intention of acting if they get the chance. A windfall tax looks more likely than re-nationalising of projects, if only because of legal complexities in the latter. Actually, I wouldn't be surprised if the Tories imposed this as it's become a political issue for them.
jonwig
18/1/2018
12:19
could have a long way to run the negative sentiment in this space imo. may look to buy in but falling knife at the mo it appears. interested in the opportunity when it settles though.
nimbo1
17/1/2018
13:53
Thanks for posting those articles jonwig, interesting reading. Still waiting on things to settle here before adding more. Probably wait till end of the month then Drip feed in.
uapatel
16/1/2018
06:32
Two useful articles, I think: Http://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/infrastructure-funds-activate-carillion-emergency-plans/a1083554?ref=investment-trust-insider-latest-news-list Http://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/carillion-collapse-corbyn-rise-put-infrastructure-in-play/a1083786?ref=investment-trust-insider-latest-news-list
jonwig
15/1/2018
13:26
I am guessing they are sitting on quite a bit of unpaid money to Carillion and will subtract any additional costs from that.
schofip
15/1/2018
11:10
Could be some nice crumbs to pick up from the Carillion debacle.
hiddendepths
15/1/2018
09:41
There's surely - at the very least - additional costs?
spectoacc
15/1/2018
09:21
Agree with you on the that The Juggler. They have had plans in place for this scenario and I'm sure it will work it self through. Will look to add more as price settles.
uapatel
15/1/2018
09:15
Just read the RNS. Not concerned and believe that HICL will gain overall when the replacement FM providers are appointed.
the juggler
05/1/2018
18:22
up after adding in here recently and also TRIG.....good call on both
neilyb675
05/1/2018
14:54
Thanks for the feedback jonwig, Hopefully sentiment holds sway and things are viewed more positively, but will keep an eye on if sentiment does turn again. Good luck to all holders.
uapatel
05/1/2018
14:44
@ uapatel - The press are running "peak Corbyn" stories, and McDonnell seems to have supported trades union secondary action and flying pickets. It looks as though investors are less fearful of Labour.
jonwig
05/1/2018
14:28
Seems others are looking closer at this and investing. Must admit I'm still building a position, so was hoping to keep things under £1.60, still can complain with the volumes being added.
uapatel
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