Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Public Partnerships Ld LSE:INPP London Ordinary Share GB00B188SR50 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.20 1.3% 171.20 170.60 171.00 171.40 168.40 168.40 1,431,465 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 167.0 138.1 9.8 17.6 2,758

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INPP remains trapped in its trading range. I wonder if investors are being cautious because of INPP's 29th December 2011 comments. "2012 Prospects and Future Capital Raising The Board notes that 2011 was a very active year for INPP with over £120m of new investments made during the year into infrastructure assets meeting its investment criteria. The Board looks forward to 2012 with confidence based on the continuing good performance of its existing assets and the attractive pipeline of new infrastructure opportunities under review by its Investment Adviser both in the UK and overseas. The recent commitments to infrastructure procurement made by the UK government support this continuing strategy. The Board continues to review the capital position of the Company against its likely investment opportunities and believes that if the opportunities currently under consideration come to fruition, as anticipated, that it is likely to be beneficial to seek additional capital from both shareholders and new investors by way of an equity capital raise in 2012. Further announcements will be made at the appropriate time once details are confirmed". Related news: Engineers in demand as infrastructure investment grows Budget 2012: Infrastructure ambitions move very slowly Manchester negotiates £1.2bn infrastructure deal March 22, 2012 Manager tips infrastructure as Budget 2012 nears Mar 21, 2012
The Budget could bring lots of additionally attention to the infrastructure sector. Which should lead to INPP making another attempt at £1.21p. Related news: March 19, 2012 12:01 am Cameron to unveil lease plan for roads Scramble for infrastructure 'crystallising' assets, says UBS by Emily Blewett on Mar 19, 2012 at 10:55
INPP is facing resistance at £1.21 and hopefully can continue to find support at £1.19p. The news from Goldman's could bring some additionally attention to the sector. Related news: March 13, 2012 10:48 pm Goldman Sachs eyes bid for Veolia Water Comment: The pension infrastructure fund - three questions that need answering
INPP has returned to support at £1.19p and touched £1.204p yesterday. If the Greek default leads to less risk. Then INPP could mount another challenge at £1.22p. Related news: NAPF launches £2bn infrastructure fund initiative Mike Foster 09 Mar 201 Salmond pitches Scottish infrastructure as scheme investment 'safe haven' Professional Pensions | 08 Mar 2012 Pension schemes and infrastructure don't mix Mike Foster 08 Mar 2012 HICL INFRASTRUCTURE COMPANY LIMITED HICL Placing, Open Offer, and Offer for Subscription of up to 250 million C Shares at an Issue Price of £1.00 per C Share. The Company is seeking to raise £180 million (before expenses).
INPP found support at £1.1720 on 1/3/12 and bounced nicely on good volume on 2/3/12, which continued into today's trading, where the share price touch £1.1940. Related news: Fine-tune planning to aid investors says CBI 5 March 2012 Small businesses in call for more infrastructure investment Mar 5 2012 Pension funds back George Osborne's infrastructure plan with £4bn Chancellor's vision of building recovery with private cash for roads, high-speed railways and power stations a step closer 4 March 2012 BBGI acquires two prisons in Victoria 2 March 2012
Yesterday and again today INPP has dipped below £1.18p support. Related news: Budget 2012: Chancellor Urged To Fund new ICT training infrastructure Ted Baillieu pleads for outside aid to fund $30bn infrastructure pledge by: John Ferguson, Victorian political editor From:The Australian March 01, 201212:00AM
INPP appears to have found intermediate support at £1.18p as markets await the clarity as to whether the risk trade is off or on. Refreshing to note that INPP got a mention in this Investors Chronicle article. Income for your Isa Related news: £20bn Treasury infrastructure plan to by-pass fund managers with 0.5% charge Professional Pensions | 24 Feb 2012 | 12:20 UK infrastructure still needs to be built The upcoming budget is an opportunity to fully realise the government's national infrastructure plan, says Nick Baveystock, including better accountability and performance measurement
INPP is on the slide so far this week and needs to find support at £1.18p otherwise we are heading for £1.17p. Related news: America needs its own infrastructure bank February 20, 2012 8:28 pm BBGI completes acquisition of seed portfolio asset Citi, Credit Suisse picked for Australian Infrastructure Fund review The Wall Street Journal February 21, 2012 Saudi Mining City Infrastructure to Cost $1.2 Billion, SPA Says By Mourad Haroutunian - Feb 21, 2012 1:23 PM GMT
London hosts the world's biggest infrastructure event on 22-24 February at Mansion House. With presentations from more than 50 leading infrastructure sponsors around the world. Hopefully it will lead to some interest in INPP and the end of resistance of £1.215p. Related news: HICL Infrastructure Company Limited 10 February 2012 Interim Management Statement NHS Scotland needs £1 billion to repair crumbling buildings says new report HICL Infrastructure Company Limited 16 February 2012 Acquisition of an additional interest in the Dorset Fire & Rescue PFI Project for £3.8m Her Majesty's Treasury is in talks to develop a pension platform that will help pension funds invest more in infrastructure, according to Danny Alexander. The chief executive of Infrastructure UK has a multi-billion pound question to answer – how do you make roads, bridges and tunnels irresistible to investors?
Resistance at £1.215p remains in place. The impasse in Greece could lead to cautious investors having another look at safer plays like INPP. Which in turn coulld lead to INPP breaking out. The first article below is similar to the Questor article that first brought about my interest in INPP. Related news: Forget buy-to-let, invest in a toll bridge (although not all come with a tax-free 25% return) 19 January 2012 4:01 PM HICL Infrastructure Company Limited Interim Management Statement 10th Feb 2012 Analysis: With a dose of optimism, the focus is on solid investment in skills and infrastructure Governments everywhere barrier to infrastructure investment, says survey
Today INPP bounced off £1.215p for the third time in three consecutive trading days. Breakout pressure is definately building. Related news: FEBRUARY 7, 2012, 11:49 A.M. ET Greece Scrambles on Final Loan Terms Calstrs to Place $500 Million Infrastructure Bet FEBRUARY 7, 2012
INPP bouncing off resistance at the 52 weeks high of 1.215p. In its attempt to breakout. Related news: House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee passes bill without truck weight, size increases Scotland should not be left behind during UK superfast broadband roll-out, says Infrastructure secretary Alex Neil Feb 2 2012
INPP attempting to test £1.21p once again and then the next challenge will be an attempt to breakout above £1.22p. Broadband internet could become five times faster in Scotland by 2015, according to a new plan to improve the country's digital infrastructure.
Safety continues be popular today. INPP had a nice increase in volume and regained £1.20p. The last trade of the day unfortunately was for 128,495 sale at 119.90p. So it could pull back below £1.20p again tomorrow.
Safety is back in vogue today, so INPP is back trying to test £1.20p again. Related news: Davos hot topic: public-private partnerships with developing countries International collaboration is needed to build green infrastructure in developing countries, says Dominic Waughray Friday 27 January 2012 14.51 GMT
c2i, yes thanks for the INPP link.
seeker, whilst researching PIN, I found this article it includes a paragraph on INPP. I thought it might be of interest to you. Investment trusts for 2012 By Leonora Walters, 12 January 2012
INPP continues to underperform its peers. Related news: 3i Infrastructure portfolio performing well Wed 25 Jan 2012
INPP continues to trade within a very tight range. Related news: UK hydrogen cars project launched 18 January 2012
Today in early trading INPP is attempting to regain £1.20p. Related news: Infrastructure 2012: Making the complexities simple Baker quells infrastructure investment fears
It is a safety off and risk on trading day so far. INPP dipped below support at £1.19p in early trading. Related news: UK high-speed rail network gets the go-ahead
INPP having a negative day and will be looking to find support at £1.19p. Related news: January 6, 2012 1:30 am Push ahead with HS2 plans as soon as possible
INPP closed the year out at £1.209p, so its 12 months performance was plus 2.4% excluding dividends. Not bad when you consider that the FTSE 250 12 months performance was minus 13.82% and the FTSE 100 12 months performance was minus 7.34%. Related news: January 2, 2012 10:35 pm Question 7: How to stimulate the economy
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