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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.30 -3.71% 189.40 1,606,339 16:35:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
189.00 189.30 195.90 188.50 195.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 2,698.42 310.48 115.30 1.6 1,318
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:08:01 O 1,074 191.931 GBX

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Investec Daily Update: Investec Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker INVP. The last closing price for Investec was 196.70p.
Investec Plc has a 4 week average price of 179.50p and a 12 week average price of 139.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 455.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 122.55p.
There are currently 696,082,618 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,961,869 shares. The market capitalisation of Investec Plc is £1,318,380,478.49.
mo123: I sold mine yesterday after reading that, due to Covid, South Africa may move to level 4 and the possibilty of border closures, but am not entirely sure why the price drop should be so severe.
boozey: Big jump in NAV value at N91 where Investec has a 25% stake. You can't help but feel at times that backing INVP is like backing the wrong horse!
boozey: a_game hope you are right. At the end of September the NAV was 433p a share - and it must have grown since then given market performance. Am expecting an update early February. A bargain compared to its peers.
cjd190573: Hi Minsky, not too sure if you have spotted it but different charts are showing different data for this stock. For example if you look at Yahoo, it shows N91 as being spun off in 2018, others as you point out in 2020. Agreed that north of £4 is unrealistic but £3+ could be attainable in due course. It is quite reassuring because on the LSE site, immediately prior to Covid, the previous post recorded was in Feb 2018, with price stamp of 568.2p, talking about Jacob Zuma's resignation.
saltaire111: Bit of momentum in the price. Merry Christmas all. Salty
candid investor: 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 problem is that patience has never been a virtue that I have ever possessed
candid investor: Blimey Minsky..if I was thinking of committing suicide before reading your post, I wouldn't be changing my mind afterwards.!!..actually joking apart...I agree totally with everything you say plus I would add a couple more...the government are almost maxed out on their credit card with actions they have already taken thus far..not much left to combat the second wave...then of course the deficits have to be repaid in the future..think massive tax hikes combined with huge expenditure cuts, when the virus has been such thing as a free lunch..Going back to Investec, they have already pointed to significantly lower profits, also I am not sure how the earlier de-merger will affect their future returns and any future share price growth ..I was trying to make a quick in out stealth trade, I wasn't successful so I cut my losses and exited last night...I can't help thinking the UK market in general now fits the 'dogs' category (even excluding Brexit)..most FTSE 350 shares are dull and boring...very few genuine growth stocks and the ones that are are quickly gobbled up by overseas usually Chinese or American core holdings are now rooted in global equities and specifically Lindsell Train and Fundsmith which offer geographical and (stock selection) diversification ..and in my view are much safer than the FTSE..which I exited in full yesterday.. what else are you invested in ?
candid investor: What the hell is happening to the share price now ?
investor0109: Boystown- quite agree. I believe that INVP offers great value, though expect to wait a long while to benefit from it. Volatility caused by short-term trading is doing little to entice long-term investors and I expect that poor sentiment will cause the share price to drift until markets stabilise somewhat. INVP won't always be unloved but whilst it is, there are bargains to be had.
investor0109: nemesis6- agreed that this appears to offer great value for money at this point in time. I can't see too many downsides, though as bamboo2 suggests, INVP is sensitive to movements in value of ZAR which doesn't look to be improving any time soon. INVP are due to issue full year results on 21st May and I don't expect them to be all that positive, nor well-received. The share price might well fall below 100p, but at that price INVP is certainly worth buying to hold for the next 3 years. Long-term investments here could well return 2-3 times, in my opinion.
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