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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Investec Plc LSE:INVP London Ordinary Share GB00B17BBQ50 ORD GBP0.0002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.70 -0.33% 213.80 212.30 212.50 217.70 210.60 212.60 2,492,495 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 2,698.4 310.5 115.3 1.9 1,488

Investec Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/1/2021
22:35
Will be adding more if we remain at this level or go lower. Bargain here at the moment
a_game
05/1/2021
22:28
Huge discount to NAV - surely got to close the gap at some point.
boozey
04/1/2021
13:01
Dividend received today and reinvested for more shares. Hopefully next dividend declared in May
gwillerz78
04/1/2021
09:47
Added some more here this morning, averaging up. Great opportunity still to pick these up at a substantial discount. Looking at >10% yield too based on historical divs.
a_game
24/12/2020
16:56
Bit of momentum in the price. Merry Christmas all. Salty
saltaire111
23/12/2020
14:40
A trade deal between Britain and the European Union is imminent and could be agreed as early as this evening, a senior EU diplomat said.
mo123
16/12/2020
19:10
@Boozey, thanks. Good to be here. Bought £20k @ £1.89 and will buy more next month. I’m trying to be more disciplined in drip feeding into shares such as this where prices could still be bumpy for a while yet. But it looks too good to be true this one. The disconnect between the nav and the share price looks like a good opportunity to me. Salty.
saltaire111
16/12/2020
08:14
I've added some more here over the past few days. Looks primed to move up strongly. Big discount to NAV. I very much appreciated the healthy dividend the other day!
a_game
10/12/2020
22:01
Hi Salty good to see you here. I agree I can't work out why there is such a discount to NAV here - especially as other investment trusts have recovered so much. A reduced dividend and the South African connection may be to do with it. Either way I am a long term holder.
boozey
10/12/2020
16:28
Thanks cjd, didn’t spot it was ex-d today. Just don’t really understand with a NAV of over four quid why this is in the doldrums. Appreciate the noise about Europe but looking at the half year results - I can see that profit is down but that’s clearly Covid related. Now that markets are in recovery mode, the second half should be pretty good. It looks under-valued to me.
saltaire111
10/12/2020
16:13
Hi Salty, This went 'ex' today, so 5.5p will have disappeared from yesterday's closing price. On the face of it, down a further seven points at time of writing, banks and ftse 250 have seen a bit of a sell off today - not surprising, so not really too bad all things considering. Huge patience required for further recovery, enjoy the dividend and slow return to normality.
cjd190573
10/12/2020
15:36
Getting hammered. Not sure why this hasn’t recovered following the Covid endured meltdown in April. Salty
saltaire111
02/12/2020
11:20
Investec said, that the downgrades are expected to have an immaterial impact on its risk weighted assets as well as on its regulatory capital. The downgrade did not affect Investec PLC, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, which houses Investec's non-Southern African operations.
mo123
02/12/2020
10:56
A big chunk of the gap is N91.
minsky
01/12/2020
21:56
Didn't have much impact, but a long way to go to pre-covid levels.
boozey
01/12/2020
18:19
Credit rating downgraded by Fitch from BB to BB-.
cassini
19/11/2020
13:12
back to 140p in the next few weeks.
sr2day
12/11/2020
12:30
@candid Good points on UK, dire for investing, brexit/covid basket case, capital destructive growth less dying dividend stocks. Stick to S&P and EM developed. Ftse. 350 like U.K. in general, best days long gone, tories a disaster.
porsche1945
12/11/2020
12:20
@candid Good points on UK, dire for investing, brexit/covid basket case, capital destructive growth less dying dividend stocks. Stick to S&P and EM developed. Ftse. 350 like U.K. in general, best days long gone, tories a disaster.
porsche1945
10/11/2020
08:07
Gap to fill 153
sbb1x
09/11/2020
08:16
Finally Broke thought that 154
sbb1x
05/11/2020
15:35
Building nicely here
sbb1x
28/10/2020
10:54
Grabbed a few
sbb1x
16/10/2020
16:20
Haha..I know exactly what you mean..I think though that when jnterest rates are heading into negative territory...and when the current outlook is totally unknown it's probably better to stay in cash.. The thing I have learned about shares also, is that if you can be patient enough, a share price will come back again to an entry point you are hoping for...my problem is that patience has never been a virtue that I have ever possessed
candid investor
16/10/2020
10:05
I think I will invest in a nice new mattress to stuff what's left of my liquidated assets under. Definitely don't look to me for investment wisdom. The irony is the winners (Apple, Alphabet, Amazon etc) go from strength to strength yet I avoided them thinking they were massively overvalued.
minsky
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