Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Infra.India LSE:IIP London Ordinary Share IM00B2QVWM67 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 4.25p 4.00p 4.50p 4.25p 4.125p 4.25p 0 14:00:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -47.7 -7.0 - 28.91

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21/7/2017
14:37
Prospective investors can see the tangible assets owned by IlP here http://www.iiplc.com/
earthmanian
20/6/2017
00:08
My guess would be poor institutional backing. Its powerful institutions who can call bad management to account. If there are many small individual shareholders they will be ripe for the picking. This enables no accountability and a sham scam fraud of the highest possible order in all but name.
escapetohome
19/6/2017
22:18
if the end target price is zero, any price to buy in is a 100% loss. Never understand how the shareholders of this rubbish co allow the manager to take such a big cut of fee when all they do is to lose the shareholders money year after year, in a multiyear bull indian market! How the BODS take their fee when they failed their shareholders so badly.
riskvsreward
16/6/2017
16:29
Just looked in after a few months. Glad I jumped ship when I did.....
targatarga
23/5/2017
17:07
A few small moves in the right direction.Could be talks are going well and an announcement will be made soon about the future loan arrangements, and by now the de-monetisation problems in India should be getting less.
earthmanian
16/2/2017
08:23
Im out, £200 loss. Live to fight another day!
escapetohome
08/2/2017
18:33
I picked up a few , around £500 worth, i spread my risk amongst lots of hopefulls!!
escapetohome
08/2/2017
13:56
That is IIP and over 7% per year for the next 2 years. Now India has been forecast to overtake the US as the world's no.2 economy by 2050!I'm holding 100,000 of these in the bottom drawer. This company is an enigma, good luck to all!
earthmanian
19/1/2017
09:00
This is a speculative investment and investors must decide whether IPP has bottomed out and will take off from here.There is the debt mentioned by Robizm, and the removal of bank notes by the government impacting on the price.The directors if they are worth their £5,000,000 renumeration will sort out a solution to the debt, and cash will have to be replaced with more accountable electronic transactions.India is predicted to have over 7% growth in the next 2 years, the government knows it needs infrastructure, IPP appear well placed. This could bust or bag!
earthmanian
15/1/2017
12:01
Thd directors own the fund manager so are not going to sack themselves. Also sold an inveztment for £22 million in june and yet do not have the money to repay a loan of 17 million in april. This stinks and investors will only get a return through luck
robizm
15/1/2017
12:01
Thd directors own the fund manager so are not going to sack themselves. Also sold an inveztment for £22 million in june and yet do not have the money to repay a loan of 17 million in april. This stinks and investors will only get a return through luck
robizm
27/12/2016
14:37
hxxps://www.washingtonpost.com/world/indias-currency-crisis-is-stalling-small-industries-and-sending-workers-home/2016/12/24/5a2d3aea-c7b2-11e6-acda-59924caa2450_story.html?utm_term=.8df942b10c34 India’s currency crisis is stalling small industries and sending workers home Customers wait in line at a branch of In Touch, operated by State Bank of India Ltd., in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India, on Dec. 9, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Nov. 8 decision to ban high-value currency notes. (Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg) By Rama Lakshmi December 25
brwo349
26/12/2016
16:38
Fair points but we're looking at the current value compared to the net assets. The other trusts you talk about though are they not valued at close to NAV? With this one its 8.5p to buy and 48p NAV. The recent fall must be due to the currency issues in India with the high demonination notes. They touch in it briefly.
brwo349
26/12/2016
15:20
From the annual report: "Under the New Agreement, the Asset Manager is entitled to a fixed annual management fee of GBP5,520,000 per annum and 605,716 new ordinary shares per annum, issued free of charge.". Paying almost 2% per year of the total assets to the fools who can shrink the NAV by half in about 8 years. It won't take long to shrink the other half to zero so any price is possibly too high when compared to a potential zero in a few years.
riskvsreward
26/12/2016
15:12
What is so great with NAV at 48p considering the fund manager has managed to make it decrease from 100 p at the start a couple of years back and never paid anything to the investors. Most other infrastructure IT pays generous dividends over years and also managed to get some capital growth. This one is the total exception. Not sure how the directors have allowed this to happen and have not fired the fund manager and perhaps themselves and wind it up to return whatever left to the investors.
riskvsreward
21/12/2016
14:15
ooo dear. maybe not a good idea listening to the pumpers here......gl holders.
loveandmoney1
15/12/2016
07:56
NAV 48p per share so at 9p WOW!!
gimmetheloot
15/12/2016
07:44
Half year results confirm NAV at 48p http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/infra-india-IIP/share-news/Infrastructure-India-plc-Half-year-Report/73145346
brwo349
14/12/2016
10:20
Don't worry son the rise is coming soon. Results imminent. 80% discount to NAV and looking for rupee/sterling exchange rate to boost the NAV even further. Now run along and change into your loveandmoney1 handle and start ramping like you did 2 days ago.
brwo349
14/12/2016
09:38
WOT NO RISE?
runwaypaul
13/12/2016
09:23
Check what there partner Essel is doing in the Middle East hxxp://esselgroupme.com/2016/08/24/operational-update-block-2a-2/
gimmetheloot
13/12/2016
08:29
I'm regretting a bit not filling me boots yesterday. You don't know when these opportunities come round again. If it drops today I'll top up. The other thing is this is a substantial business, the NAV of 48p is £326 million and NAV well over 50p now assuming no asset write-downs.
brwo349
13/12/2016
07:27
I can't believe how undervalued this is. It's crazy. Anybody wanting to know who the Essel Group are that partners IIP on infrastructure projects should know that they are a group worth billions of dollars into industries such as Entertainment (zee cinema) commodities, education, Agriculture and the Middle Esst division has just taken a plunge in oil & gas exploration. They have commited over 100m US to explore for o&g in Kenya, Liberia and Guinea Chad and Ghana.
gimmetheloot
13/12/2016
05:36
Strap yourselves in boys and girls. Could be a good day!
targatarga
12/12/2016
16:34
hahaha love what a nobber
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