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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Impax Environmental Markets Plc LSE:IEM London Ordinary Share GB0031232498 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00p -1.02% 292.00p 289.00p 292.00p 292.00p 290.00p 291.00p 175,339 15:26:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 9.0 6.9 3.2 91.3 526.88

Impax Environmental Mark... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/12/2018
11:12
Interesting interview: hTTps://www.impaxenvironmentalmarkets.co.uk/media-centre/impax-tv/impax-asset-management-overview
rrr
31/5/2018
14:57
I bought a few more with Hargreaves Lansdown this very morning - no problem there. It's a publicly quoted share, an investment trust on the LSE, so I can see no reason why it should be restricted. Sounds like a rubbish excuse to me. Edit: opening an HL account is easy!
rrr
31/5/2018
14:15
Halifax sharedealing will no longer allow me to deal in Impax Enviro shares....says they are advised to no longer let private investors do so! Anyone else come across this? Came up when they didn't reinvest recent dividends.
bothdavis
21/5/2018
14:24
I've not been here that long, but pleased to be invested in this field and this IT.
rrr
27/10/2016
21:05
Yes buys backs + low volatile momentum is good
luckymouse
23/9/2016
14:55
Yes Luckymouse. I bought in at £2.05 having watched these steadily increase over the past year, and they still keep going. I also like the fact there is a share buy back scheme in operation thereby reducing the shares in circulation. Tempted to buy more on any weakness
tebboc
07/6/2014
20:16
Any thoughts on the future? I hold, have done so a while. Still a great market segment with real demand that is not going away.
p1nkfish
14/2/2014
15:11
glenn, I wonder if they will consider winding the trust up/unitising following the Asian equivalent. It's been a good performer in the last 18 months, but cant see them trading on a premium again!
tiltonboy
14/2/2014
13:50
Director buy
glennborthwick
31/12/2009
10:05
Looks like we could be finishing the year on a new high for the year. From the charts we seem to have started the year at about 92p and we are going to end at about 118p. About a 30% rise for the year.
sunlightdays
06/11/2009
16:11
nope, wish I had been.
praipus
26/10/2009
14:15
praipus are you in PFLM (solar) they just jumped 30% for now apparent reason..
asparks
26/10/2009
14:13
Ian Simm on FT.com http://www.ft.com/cms/86a30e34-dfd5-11dc-8073-0000779fd2ac.html?_i_referralObject=10871089&fromSearch=n
praipus
17/9/2009
11:23
Occasionally.
praipus
21/12/2007
07:57
Thanks, rainydays, for the clear explanation I knew deep down that it would be my failure to do due diligence :-( Still, as I have IEM in my SS-ISA, because it's a 10 year time scale hold for me, the fact that I've got a few more without losing out on the deal doesn't trouble me too much. Just not the bargain I was erroneously expecting.
spangle93
20/12/2007
21:50
I know I've had a hard day Xmas shopping, so brain is in neutral, but can someone explain whether I've been diddled? In August I got an offer to buy "1 new C share for each 3 ordinary shares held. The new shares will cost 100p each". OK, maybe I was naive to see this as being a preferential discount (20%) to the 120p or so that the ordinary shares were priced at the back end of August. Let's say I had 3000 shares, so I opted for my full allowance of 1000 "C" shares for £1000. I got a letter from the broker today, telling me my 1000 "C" shares have now been converted to IEM ordinary shares. But not at 1:1. At 0.798:1. So my 1000 "C" shares are now 798 ordinary shares. At the ordinary share price on the 18th of 125p, the value is ... £998. So basically, I haven't really benefitted or lost from taking up those C shares, other than saving the dealing cost of buying them on the open market. I guess it's caveat emptor, but in none of the literature I read did it indicate that the conversion wouldn't be 1:1. Maybe because I hold IEM under a nominee account, I didn't see a thick document, in which it probably stated this. But in the one page that hargreaves-lansdown sent, there was no indication that the conversion rate wouldn't be 1-1. Could someone confirm that this is a fair reading of the situation?
spangle93
18/12/2007
10:20
rainydays - youthfull exuberence - still not too late to hop on ECWC or UEMW - lot of things not in Ecofins NAV and share price yet. Best BB for ECWC is probably, I http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=7778926
praipus
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