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Nb Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited LSE:NBDG London Ordinary Share GG00BDFZ6D54 RED ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 78.50p 78.00p 79.00p 78.50p 78.50p 78.50p 0 01:00:00
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29/6/2016
21:41
Picked up a few today below 61p. Vented my frustration to the Broker this morning, who promised to relay it to the board.
tiltonboy
29/6/2016
20:49
29 Jun 2016 Net Asset Value Per Share NB Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited announces the following unaudited, estimated net asset values per share as at 28 Jun 2016: Extended Life Share USD 0.9700 Ordinary Share USD 1.1395 New Global Share GBP 0.7807
skyship
29/6/2016
19:04
Is the decline in the shareprice likely to be due to the expectation that interest rates will stay lower for longer? Can't work out what drives the price here
jimcar
28/6/2016
21:50
Or ACD? Hmmmm
badtime
28/6/2016
21:48
Hmm...time for a nibble maybe
badtime
28/6/2016
19:40
I will be on to the brokers tomorrow, if they are not buying back at this discount.
tiltonboy
28/6/2016
18:46
28 Jun 2016 Net Asset Value Per Share NB Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited announces the following unaudited, estimated net asset values per share as at 27 Jun 2016: Extended Life Share USD 0.9653 Ordinary Share USD 1.1374 New Global Share GBP 0.7839
skyship
28/6/2016
08:48
The May DWCG quarterly is a good read re conditions in distressed debt markets: hxxp://www.dwcatalystltd.com/reporting/quarterly-newsletter/
courant
28/6/2016
07:23
Understand that it's currency, so this evening's declaration for yesterday, 27th June, likely to be North of 77p. At the offer price of 62.5p the discount = more than 18%! Surely time for NBDG to stop meddling around in 5k & 10k buybacks...
skyship
27/6/2016
22:35
SKYSHIP, Very much doubt it. Currency is the reason for the rise in NAV, and we knew about that anyway. Slightly off-topic, but I met ACD today, and they are convinced on distressed debt.
tiltonboy
27/6/2016
18:16
Well, that is certainly an interesting post-Brexit asset revaluation. Might we see some BLUE here tomorrow? ============================ 27 Jun 2016 Net Asset Value Per Share NB Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited announces the following unaudited, estimated net asset values per share as at 24 Jun 2016: Extended Life Share USD 0.9680 Ordinary Share USD 1.1384 New Global Share GBP 0.7668
skyship
15/6/2016
19:05
NAV hits 75p again: ================== 15 Jun 2016 Net Asset Value Per Share NB Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited announces the following unaudited, estimated net asset values per share as at 14 Jun 2016: Extended Life Share USD 0.9753 Ordinary Share USD 1.1415 New Global Share GBP 0.7507
skyship
12/6/2016
12:53
Courant - was there any more to that article? If so, could you possibly post...
skyship
12/6/2016
07:48
Director Michael Holmberg buys 50k @ 65.25p (this as the NAV rises a tad to 74.35p): http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/nb-distressed-NBDD/share-news/NB-Distressed-Debt-Invest-Fd-Ltd-Director-PDMR-S/71702947
skyship
10/6/2016
13:53
We shared in the pain on the way down; but seem not to have shared quite as much in the gain of the recovery - neither from a share price point of view, nor from the NAV point of view. I think the NAV low was c69.5p (mid-Feb'16), now 74p.
skyship
10/6/2016
08:29
Interesting article in the ft a couple of days ago: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7b29df16-2a08-11e6-8ba3-cdd781d02d89.html "Rebound in distressed debt boosts investors In the wake of two straight years of 20 per cent plus losses, this highly volatile style of investing has rebounded strongly, with gains between March and May approaching 30 per cent, the best three-month stretch since the US emerged from recession in July 2009."
courant
25/5/2016
07:21
NAV drifted back to below 72p last week; but now jumps above 74p. At the offer price of 65p the discount is 12.1%: 24 May 2016 Net Asset Value Per Share NB Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited announces the following unaudited, estimated net asset values per share as at 23 May 2016: Extended Life Share USD 0.9843 Ordinary Share USD 1.1548 New Global Share GBP 0.7408
skyship
17/5/2016
07:33
The seller is back, and it remains ridiculous that the Trust is only buying back 100k per day. Can't wait for this to enter distribution mode!
tiltonboy
17/5/2016
07:09
NAV breaches the 73p level: ========================== Net Asset Value Per Share NB Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited announces the following unaudited, estimated net asset values per share as at 13 May 2016: Extended Life Share USD 0.9790 Ordinary Share USD 1.1371 New Global Share GBP 0.7342
skyship
05/5/2016
08:54
Thanks SKYSHIP. I'm relatively sanguine about the NAV progression - we're in the middle of a default cycle and things will take time to wash out. Key thing is that there are opportunities to make money here! Interesting read here: hxxps://www.bondvigilantes.com/blog/2016/05/03/how-severe-is-the-current-energy-sector-default-cycle/
courant
05/5/2016
08:27
After many weeks the NAV finally breaches the 72p level again: ============================================================= 04 May 2016 Net Asset Value Per Share NB Distressed Debt Investment Fund Limited announces the following unaudited, estimated net asset values per share as at 03 May 2016: Extended Life Share USD 0.9714 Ordinary Share USD 1.1135 New Global Share GBP 0.7264
skyship
28/4/2016
18:24
Well there's a surprise. Stephen Varil (Director) buys 45k NBDG @ 64.75p: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/nb-distressed-NBDD/share-news/NB-Distressed-Debt-Invest-Fd-Ltd-Director-PDMR-S/71284993 After graduating with a BSc in economics from Bath University in 1983, Stephen Vakil joined L Messel & Co and moved to Chase Manhattan in 1987 to focus on private client portfolio management. In 1989, he left to join Foster & Braithwaite where he established the research function and subsequently became a director. Following Foster & Braithwaite’s merger with Quilter Goodison to form Quilter & Co in 1996, Mr Vakil was given responsibility for the London investment teams, the research department and marketing function. He was made a managing director in 2001. Having played a key role in a number of corporate transactions, Mr Vakil left Quilter Cheviot in 2013. He is an Associate of the Society of Investment Professionals.
skyship
20/4/2016
15:42
Thnx to davebowlerr for the piece below lifted from the VTA thread. NBDG doesn't depend upon CLO fluctuations; but the ABS Market is surely relevant. Disappointing therefore that the daily NAV is still chugging along on the bottom: ================================== Liberum mention: re. Toro Limited Positive read-across for CLO funds Event: Toro's NAV rose 0.69% in March, driven by markups (0.85%) and cash flow realisations (0.59%), but partially offset by hedging costs (-0.75%). NAV total return in 2016 to date is -2.1%. Synthetic credit markets experienced a very strong end to the quarter as a result of supportive central bank actions and statements. Spreads tightened considerably in both the US and Europe in March as evidenced by the movement in the iTraxx 5 year Crossover Index from 408 bps at 29 February to 304 bps at 31 March. The European ABS market recovered some of the losses of the early part of the year. BB and B rated post-crisis CLO tranches tightened by 100bps and 150bps respectively. Liberum view The positive ABS market update highlighted by Toro should be helpful for CLO funds as the spread tightening should be reflected in CLO valuations in the near-term. The majority of these funds (Volta, Fair Oaks and Carador) have suffered significant mark-to-market writedowns in recent months and we believe the sector offers the strongest near-term recovery play in the alternative funds space. =================================
skyship
16/4/2016
09:16
Saw the post below on the FAIR thread. Perhaps surprising and disappointing that the NBDG NAV hasn't also recovered more these past few weeks. ============================================================ "FAIR's March monthly report out; not much to report. As anticipated NAV was up for the month -by 6.05%; that lagged the JPMorgan CLO single B index which went up 13.39% in the month."
skyship
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