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NBPE Nb Private Equity Partners Limited

1,600.00
6.00 (0.38%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nb Private Equity Partners Limited LSE:NBPE London Ordinary Share GG00B1ZBD492 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  6.00 0.38% 1,600.00 1,592.00 1,602.00 1,606.00 1,586.00 1,586.00 196,882 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty 89.54M 27.07M 0.5854 35.45 959.43M
Nb Private Equity Partners Limited is listed in the Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NBPE. The last closing price for Nb Private Equity Partners was 1,594p. Over the last year, Nb Private Equity Partners shares have traded in a share price range of 1,450.00p to 1,714.00p.

Nb Private Equity Partners currently has 46,237,719 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Nb Private Equity Partners is £959.43 million. Nb Private Equity Partners has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 35.45.

Nb Private Equity Partners Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/3/2023
21:11
Thank you, nexus.
starpukka
23/3/2023
19:42
riverman, appreciate the reply, thank you.
essentialinvestor
23/3/2023
18:21
@starpukka. Target yield 3.4% of NAV. 28/02/23 NAV=USD28.09. Target Div USD0.95
Thus @ Offer 1490p, Target Yield= 5.2%

nexusltd
23/3/2023
17:41
What is current yield here ?
starpukka
23/3/2023
17:15
Agree but some weakness in PE share prices only to be expected given SVB. Just before there was a little buying in the sector as discounts seemed to be excessive, that bounce has now being wiped out. The dividend here is attractive as not all IT PEs make distributions. Aggressive share buybacks seem an obvious course of action.
gopher
23/3/2023
16:55
On the HVPE discount, it could be its fairly large venture exposure and lack of dividend, but even so a 50% discount is clearly ridiculous. PIN is on a similar discount, and there are a few others in the 40-45 range all with excellent track records.
riverman77
23/3/2023
14:32
Some chunky sells going through, must be a seller in the mkt, who knows.
chc15
22/3/2023
15:13
I don't understand the NAV discount in HVPE?,
given their record.

Is it their particular reason ..

essentialinvestor
22/3/2023
14:41
Yes, hoping it doesn't go back there, but I'm just buying some new holdings, in this, and HVPE a few days ago.
chc15
22/3/2023
14:38
Still trading well above the June '22 low,
that looks like the cycle low point for the share price ?.

essentialinvestor
22/3/2023
13:02
Bought a little at 1535, will add more on any big dips..
chc15
15/2/2023
17:49
iam not complaining annd what s wrong to wish that comments are used by other readers for the benefit of all- nobody posts for themselves
ali47fish
15/2/2023
17:31
ali

It's not a good strategy to complain about other posters because they haven't given you what you want.

By all means feel free to make substantive contributions of your own.

tournesol
15/2/2023
15:15
Might I suggest you take little, if any, notice of Hardman
toffeeman
15/2/2023
14:44
fine i am interested in posts/ opinions from experienced investors and the decison is finally mine. As this is the PE sector i dont find sources that are reliable except kepler notes or hardman sometimes- my question was addressed to posters here- there is no reasons why a discussion board can't be a source of useful information and my experience on the whole has been positive
ali47fish
15/2/2023
09:20
ali - we can provide you with facts; but you still have to determine what represents value and what doesn't......it's your own personal estimation.

That is why I posted 409 above when NBPE moved into an over-valued state - in my estimation.

skyship
15/2/2023
08:39
ali47

which board are you talking about?

do you mean the board of directors?

or do you mean this discussion board?

and who exactly is your comment aimed at?

tournesol
15/2/2023
08:29
the comments on the board are decrptive not evauative- no very useful to investors/adders
ali47fish
15/2/2023
08:14
GRY = Gross Redemption Yield. All as above...
skyship
15/2/2023
08:09
Gross Yield to Maturity. i.e a calculation of the annualised percentage return taking into account capital gain/loss and any interest coupon (though there isn't one here)
rik shaw
15/2/2023
07:58
gry what's that
ali47fish
14/2/2023
22:33
118p for NBPS would be good but the quote I got today was around 119.5 which drops the GRY to around 5.3% depending on number and dealing cost.
rik shaw
14/2/2023
17:44
I've invested in various zeros for over 20 years. Even when well covered by the equity shares they often tend to quietly languish, and the yield creeps up as they get closer towards the redemption date. It makes sense for anyone to buy them, whether a buy back or open market.
fuzzyneil
14/2/2023
16:40
Yes indeed...
skyship
14/2/2023
16:25
Is that annualised SKY?
flyer61
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