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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Investment Company Plc INV London Ordinary Share GB0004658257 ORD 50P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 276.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
276.00 276.00 276.00 276.00 276.00
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Industry Sector
EQUITY INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS

Investment INV Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
08/01/2021InterimGBX130/06/202030/06/202121/01/202122/01/202126/02/20210
21/10/2020InterimGBX130/06/202030/06/202129/10/202030/10/202004/12/20200
23/07/2020InterimGBX130/06/201930/06/202030/07/202031/07/202007/09/20209.5
09/04/2020InterimGBX130/06/201930/06/202023/04/202024/04/202029/05/20200
11/02/2020InterimGBX3.7530/06/201930/06/202016/01/202017/01/202019/02/20200
24/10/2019InterimGBX3.7530/06/201930/06/202024/10/201925/10/201922/11/20190
18/07/2019InterimGBX3.7530/06/201830/06/201925/07/201926/07/201930/08/201916.25
09/04/2019InterimGBX3.7530/06/201830/06/201918/04/201923/04/201924/05/20190
03/01/2019InterimGBX3.7530/06/201830/06/201910/01/201911/01/201913/02/20190
17/10/2018InterimGBX530/06/201830/06/201925/10/201826/10/201823/11/20180
19/07/2018InterimGBX5.730/06/201730/06/201826/07/201827/07/201831/08/201820.7
19/04/2018InterimGBX530/06/201730/06/201826/04/201827/04/201825/05/20180
17/01/2018InterimGBX530/06/201730/06/201825/01/201826/01/201816/02/20180
18/10/2017InterimGBX530/06/201730/06/201826/10/201727/10/201717/11/20170
19/07/2017FinalGBX5.730/06/201630/06/201727/07/201728/07/201718/08/201720.7
19/04/2017InterimGBX530/06/201630/06/201727/04/201728/04/201719/05/20170
18/01/2017InterimGBX530/06/201630/06/201726/01/201727/01/201717/02/20170
19/10/2016InterimGBX530/06/201630/06/201727/10/201628/10/201618/11/20160
20/07/2016FinalGBX5.730/06/201530/06/201628/07/201629/07/201619/08/201620.7
18/04/2016InterimGBX530/06/201530/06/201628/04/201629/04/201620/05/20160
19/01/2016InterimGBX530/06/201530/06/201628/01/201629/01/201619/02/20160
21/10/2015InterimGBX530/06/201530/06/201629/10/201530/10/201520/11/20150
23/07/2015FinalGBX7.130/06/201430/06/201530/07/201531/07/201521/08/201523.6
22/04/2015InterimGBX5.530/06/201430/06/201530/04/201501/05/201522/05/20150
21/01/2015InterimGBX5.530/06/201430/06/201529/01/201530/01/201520/02/20150
23/10/2014InterimGBX5.530/06/201430/06/201530/10/201431/10/201421/11/20140
24/07/2014FinalGBX5.7230/06/201330/06/201430/07/201401/08/201422/08/201420.72
24/04/2014InterimGBX530/06/201330/06/201430/04/201402/05/201423/05/20140
23/01/2014InterimGBX530/06/201330/06/201429/01/201431/01/201421/02/20140
22/10/2013InterimGBX530/06/201330/06/201430/10/201301/11/201322/11/20130
09/11/2012InterimGBX231/03/201231/03/201321/11/201223/11/201221/12/20122
22/05/2012FinalGBX431/03/201131/03/201220/06/201222/06/201213/07/20126
16/11/2011InterimGBX231/03/201131/03/201230/11/201102/12/201106/01/20120
24/05/2011FinalGBX431/03/201031/03/201122/06/201124/06/201122/07/20116
17/11/2010InterimGBX231/03/201031/03/201101/12/201003/12/201007/01/20110
14/06/2010FinalGBX331/03/200931/03/201007/07/201009/07/201006/08/20105
24/11/2009InterimGBX231/03/200931/03/201009/12/200911/12/200908/01/20100
04/06/2007FinalGBX531/03/200631/03/200704/07/200706/07/200728/08/20079
30/11/2006InterimGBX430/03/200630/09/200613/12/200615/12/200615/01/20070
12/06/2006FinalGBX531/03/200531/03/200628/06/200630/06/200618/08/20069
23/11/2005InterimGBX430/03/200530/09/200530/11/200502/12/200530/12/20050
27/07/2005FinalGBX431/03/200431/03/200510/08/200512/08/200529/09/20057
23/12/2004InterimGBX330/03/200430/09/200405/01/200507/01/200528/01/20050
28/07/2004FinalGBX431/03/200331/03/200411/08/200413/08/200409/09/20047
17/11/2003InterimGBX330/03/200330/09/200326/11/200328/11/200319/12/20030
10/06/2003FinalGBX631/03/200231/03/200316/07/200318/07/200308/08/200310
15/11/2002InterimGBX430/03/200230/09/200227/11/200229/11/200219/12/20020
14/06/2002FinalGBX731/03/200131/03/200210/07/200212/07/200209/08/200211
31/10/2001InterimGBX430/03/200130/09/200128/11/200130/11/200119/12/20010
11/06/2001FinalGBX631/03/200031/03/200111/07/200113/07/200110/08/200110
16/11/2000InterimGBX430/03/200030/09/200027/11/200001/12/200020/12/20000
26/05/2000FinalGBX631/03/199931/03/200017/07/200021/07/200017/08/20008.5
19/11/1999InterimGBX2.530/03/199930/09/199929/12/199906/01/200001/02/20000
05/07/1999FinalGBX3.531/03/199831/03/199926/07/199930/07/199931/08/19995.5
17/11/1998InterimGBX230/03/199830/09/199829/12/199805/01/199901/02/19990
08/06/1998FinalGBX331/03/199731/03/199820/07/199824/07/199831/08/19984.5

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
11/11/2012
13:05
vizcaya2: As the Administration of Manganese Bronze was confirmed on 30th October (after MNGS announcement of intention on 22nd) the INV Chairman's statement was dated the 9th November I am not concerned. INV is pretty transparent and if material they would have said so I believe.
09/11/2012
08:50
vizcaya2: Good rise in NAV today and as usual concise and informative(...pasted below!) But the last sentence is "interesting"! Chairman's Statement To the surprise of many commentators Stock Markets around the world have in general experienced rising trends in recent months. Anxiety about the problems of countries in the Eurozone has waned as a result of more forceful action from the European Central Bank and the knuckling under of debtor nation Governments to the austerity demanded by creditor countries. Fears of a slow-down in China recur from time to time and cause volatility in some commodity prices but in general fears, in the short-term at least, have proved exaggerated. In America the re-elected President is faced with serious economic problems and how they are addressed will probably be influential in the short term direction of US Stock Markets. Against this background your Company's assets have appreciated usefully with the net asset value per ordinary share rising from 315.6p at 31st March (audited) to 357.5p at 30th September (unaudited). After the exceptional income receipts of the previous year to 31st March 2012, revenue in the six months to 30th September 2012 is lower partly due to accounting treatment of accrued interest. A greater proportion of your Company's revenue arises now in the form of interest rather than dividends as the balance of our portfolio has swung away from preference shares, several large holdings being redeemed and replaced by interest-bearing loans and bonds. Your Board has Resolved to declare a maintained interim ordinary dividend of 2p which will be paid on 21st December 2012 to ordinary shareholders registered on 23rd November 2012. The ordinary shares will be quoted ex dividend on 21st November 2012. The half-year basic preference dividend of 3.5p will be paid on 1st April 2013. The amount of the participation dividend, in addition to the half-year 3.5p basic payment, paid to the preference shareholders on 1st October 2012 was 1p (0.75p in 2011) but the total amount payable on 1st October 2013 will not be known until the total ordinary dividend for the current year is determined. I have commented before on the diminishing number of preference issues available at attractive prices for purchase to include in the Company's portfolio. With the general recovery of confidence in the prosperity of the banking sector in the United Kingdom (just one year ago the Chairman and several directors of Lloyds Banking Group announced their personal purchases of ordinary shares at 22p which at the time of writing could now be sold at 44p!) our largest holdings are all standing at or above par. This is a circumstance with which we find ourselves less comfortable than when market prices are way below par values. We are therefore continuing to investigate possible developments which we believe will be attractive to shareholders. Sir David Thomson Bt. Chairman
29/10/2010
06:50
cockneyrebel: Having done this for a living for 10 years I'd say: Treat everyone as a liar on bulletin boards until you have known them and their posts for a long time and they have proved themself to ber pretty reliable. Even when you think you know someone well, always remember they are still possible to be wrong as even the best of us get stuff wrong. Confirm anything you read elsewhere before investing and even if you do get confirmation still keep checking. Limit your risk as much as possible. Spread your investments about. Ask your self why you are investing in some foreign AIN stock with the expectation of 10-20% if you can get the same return in a non-AIM say FTSE Small Cap. I don't invest in AIM stocks that are Chinese, Far East, Indian, Irish, Israeli or basically foreign based. Experience tells me that the risk here is higher and the dream returs rarely ger delivered - compared to the risk. If I invest in AIM I like to see a divi being paid - divi paying AIM co's are far less risky for some reason. I'll buy AIM stocks with no divi occasionally, if they are a recovery play but the number of them in my portfolio rarely exceed 10% at any given time. If you get into a stock that disappoints several times while promising more then sell and take a loss. Don't be of the mindset that a loss isn't a loss till you sell imo. Sell and find something going up to recoup your losses on. Look on director buys as a good positive but remember they can be wrong too. One director sell is nothing to be worried about if other directors hold and don't sell but several director sells are an alert to beware. Charts - don't buy a falling chart in the main. wait till it turns up at least a bit befotre buying or adding imo. Invest in stuff you understand. I rarely do oils and miners because I don't understand them - when they fall I don't know why so I lack confidence and sell. Oils and miners arer fine - if you understand them imo. Stick to your rules. You won't, and I occasionally don't either - then I take a hit and remember why I had these rules!
25/7/2010
16:15
coolen: Reason for the jump is that they piled into bank prefs during the latest stockmarket crash. Once UK banks are permitted by the EU to resume dividend payments (likely in 18 months), they expect to be sitting on fat gains. Not yet though.
02/7/2002
21:29
bigface: If you look at the graph it looks like someone mad a mistake and entered INV at near 0 then corrected it backup 6000% to todays closing price. - still acused a few people to have a look anyway - including me. What does it do and why, according to the 3 year chart does it not move with the market??
01/7/2002
18:43
dondee: Is someone at ADVFN going to put the correct data in the boxes on the top line!! EPIC: Name: List EPICs Search for Company by Sector Investment Co.(INV) Click for Fundamentals Change (p) Change (%) Curr Bid Offer High Low Open Volume Time A -277.875 -98.4% 4.625 270.0 295.0 282.5 4.625 282.5 close
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