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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Murray International Trust Plc LSE:MYI London Ordinary Share GB0006111909 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  20.00 1.96% 1,040.00 1,048.00 1,050.00 1,050.00 1,024.00 1,026.00 211,551 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 82.4 76.9 54.1 19.2 1,337

Murray Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/4/2020
19:06
I’ve held forever and topped up yesterday to my largest position. Today we have a strong dividend announcement and a tip in the Daily Telegraph. Not surprised to see a run up to 970p. Finished down at 930p. Work that one out!
steve3sandal
24/4/2020
17:44
Questor tip in the Telegraph income portfolio today
panshanger1
24/4/2020
15:06
Dividend Declaration hTtps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/murray-MYI/share-news/Murray-International-Trust-PLC-First-Interim-Divid/82303110
rik shaw
04/4/2020
21:25
This must be appealing now with the UK equity income sector under pressure - on a discount and a fat yield Bruce is such a careful ( if miserable)fund manager too
panshanger1
13/3/2020
12:51
Interesting to see that NED Kevin Carter has been adding to his holding in recent days... 9/3/20 Bought aggregate 4,000 shares at average 986p = £39,461 12/3/20 Bought aggregate 6,000 shares at average 950p = £56,996
speedsgh
08/2/2020
16:08
EV trucks GREEN GARBAGE TRUCKS: As some automakers move to sleeker electric cars, Volvo is going in a different direction with its battery-powered trash collectors. hTTps://twitter.com/quicktake/status/1226168195691765761?s=21
uapatel
05/11/2019
14:10
1 Nov NAV Murray International Trust with Debt Including 1167.61p Ordinary at Fair Value Income
davebowler
09/10/2019
12:43
hTTps://www.edisongroup.com/publication/continuing-to-favour-emerging-markets/25263/
uapatel
14/8/2019
13:54
No Argentinian Bond exposure as far as I can see from the recent update.
davebowler
28/6/2019
11:15
Investor sentiment not matching market reality? Is this a trend or a blip?
shieldbug
21/6/2019
14:11
Very unusual for MYI to trade at a discount to NAV so this is a good time to buy.
whilstev
12/3/2019
14:39
MYI feature in the Tempus column in The Times today with a HOLD recommendation. Stout approach is not about to change - HTTPS://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/stout-approach-is-not-about-to-change-vdnw68fpx
speedsgh
12/3/2019
11:18
Apologies, eop001. My error. Links now removed.
speedsgh
12/3/2019
08:58
Those links, while interesting, are about MUT (income) not MYI (international).
epo001
06/9/2018
08:56
Surprised this is still above £11.
essentialinvestor
25/6/2018
16:25
App, we're on the same page, I was just referencing the recent erosion of NAV premium re performance. Speed, sobering indeed.
essentialinvestor
22/6/2018
13:29
I wasn't trying to say they are bad managers - on the contrary I remain a believer and was trying to point out that we shouldn't get too excited about short term moves after all this is an investment trust for Investors not for Day Traders!
apparition1
22/6/2018
11:17
I note that the share price is now trading at a small discount to NAV which is the first time in a while.
speedsgh
22/6/2018
11:10
And this was his comment in the latest factsheet (30/4/18)... "Disappointing first quarter economic growth in the United States and the UK provided a stark reminder that the prolonged business cycle of the past nine years is becoming increasingly fragile. With affordability of credit threatened by potentially higher interest rates, the ominous sound of deflating consumer confidence reverberated around those consumption based economies struggling to maintain momentum."
speedsgh
22/6/2018
11:09
Absolutely, EI. This was Bruce Stout's comment in the 2017 Annual Report released recently... "Economic predictions are notorious for being wrong. Different schools of thought offer mutually exclusive theories about how the world works. Hardly surprising then that the next five years could be predicted to be anything from glorious to catastrophic. For those disciples of such speculative supposition, the allure of attaching theoretical substantiation is self-evident. Specific theory dictates specific actions. Within the minds of increasingly discredited Central Bankers, theoretical justification has been the constant companion of perfunctory policy and imprudent practice for the past decade. The implicit danger of continuing such a fallacy has never been so acute. The reality is inescapable. No comparisons from economic history or chapters in economic text books exist that might remotely clarify, demonstrate nor describe the consequences of "normalising" interest rates in a chronically, debt dependent world. Withdrawing monetary stimulus, shrinking sovereign balance sheets, maintaining confidence and re-establishing positive real savings rates whilst simultaneously trying to avoid recession and control inevitable credit quality problems is essentially what is proposed. The likelihood of achieving such an exceptionally tough balancing act is virtually zero. In the real world, the monumental debt overhang means the more the cost of money rises, be it by balance sheet contraction or by interest rate hikes, the more likely credit dependent growth evaporates. Against this backdrop, great scepticism is warranted. Investment focus will continue to emphasise strong company balance sheets and realistic profit expectations, predominately in companies operationally exposed to countries around the world with sustainable, domestic, growth dynamics."
speedsgh
22/6/2018
10:24
App, you may be overlooking erosion of premium to NAV, some were buying MYI at a near 6% premium, which was ridiculous imv, particularly if you noted Bruce's market commentary and outlook. He could not have outlined his market view more clearly.
essentialinvestor
21/6/2018
18:02
The MSCI World index has dropped 4.9% since its peak in January so that portion of the drop can be put down to a general market decline. The remaining 8.3% of the 13.1% is poor stock picking over the short term. But if we get a more serious worldwide drop which the markets seem to be pushing towards at the moment maybe their stock picks will look better in the longer term
apparition1
21/6/2018
17:05
Why does the share price keep dropping. Since Jan/Feb this year. What's driving it?
alphacentaurus
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