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Nthn.Investors LSE:NRI London Ordinary Share GB00B08S4K30 ORD 25P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 186.00p 0 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.13 -0.23 -9.10 16.2

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westcountryboy: New NAV figure of 222.8p per share post divi has led to further share price falls. As we are still 60p over the NAV it will be interesting if this falls further, or whether investors remain cooler and still quietly hope that in addition to the £5.57m net assets remaining after the divi payment they may get at least £0.96m in deferred sale proceeds and up to £1.74m for the performance fee provision, making £8m = 320p per share before any increase in value of the remaining companies is factored in.
jgh03: With the reported NAV per share having risen by 26.5p over the period reported I'm surprised that there wasn't a rise in the share price this afternoon. Edit: Actually, up 24.3p since last reported NAV (ex-div) at end-June.
skyship: For those deciding not to reinvest the tender proceeds back into NRI, might I suggest take a look at Candover - "CDI". These are the links to both the old and the new threads: Hopefully quite a few of us here will already hold; but if not, then in essence CDI is a small (Mcap £118m @ 545p) European focused PE trust which is in effective wind down mode, seeking to realise their investments and return cash to shareholders. They are no longer making any new investments. The key to their recent rise is the announcement that the portfolio managers - ARLE Capital Partners - are seeking to dispose of CDI's principal investment, the oilfields services operator EXPRO International Group. In view of this possible disposal through IPO or trade sale, the valuation of the EXPRO holding has been raised significantly, such that the overall NAV has risen from 627p in Jun'13 to 715p in Dec'14 – see last week's Prelims: At 545p the NAV discount = 23.8%. As the Company is set on the course of effective voluntary liquidation, the same position as MTH & NRI, this market valuation is conservative; and in spite of the recent rise the share price is still playing catch up. Following the great success many of us shared with HPEQ, I posted very early on in this thread that NRI is my HPEQ Mk2. CDI is now my HPEQ Mk3... ================================ Malcolm Fallen, Chief Executive Officer, said: "The recovery in the value of the portfolio seen over the past year is encouraging. The combination of a more active corporate environment and the successful refinancing of the US private placement loan notes, including more flexibility to repay the new notes early, offers greater potential for the Company to start returning cash to shareholders over the next two years." ===============================================
jp69: just looking at final possible outcomes if you hold to final realisation NAV 31.3.11 59M estimated final outcome 130-165% so £76.7m to £97.3 after tender we would have had 77.3m (including the 36.7m net assets left) so they are saying we might go -0.6m to +20m on the 36.7m left which in % terms is say 0% to 54% better so basically in share price terms taking 420p as start range = 420p to 645p (subject to costs of future distributions and any dividends) so taking midpoint - somewhere around 530p is this roughly how everyone sees it ?
cockerhoop: May have just been tipped by Simon Thompson in the Chronic Investor, i'm no longer a subscriber but the description in the intro email seems to fit NRI 'Simon also highlights the upside in another investment company that is in the process of winding itself up, but is selling off assets at a premium to book value which makes the current 20 per cent share price discount to net asset value anomalous.'
westcountryboy: Good results and NAV increase. Kerridge now 28% of assets. 70%-90% realisation likely by 2015, and the share price remains unmoved at a big discount!
skyship: RAM - thnx for that. NRI represents one-third of BKWD assets, though it owns just 6.8% of NRI. This is an extract from the March Interims: Northern Investors, an investment trust mainly invested in unquoted investments, has shown strong share price performance since Brookwell requisitioned a general meeting in April 2011 to change the company's strategy. The share price has increased by 28% in the period from the requisition to 2 March 2012. Northern Investors remains our largest holding, despite returning 22% of its assets at NAV at the end of December 2011. Brookwell's realisation strategy has been accepted by the board of Northern Investors, but the current management incentive arrangements and the board structure still need some tidying up. We trust that Northern Investors' board and its advisers will take note of the voting at the recent general meeting and address these final issues for the benefit of all shareholders.
energyi: Novagold Resources Corp. (NRI-TSX) NovaGold and partner Placer Dome are on track to complete an updated resource estimate by early April. That calculation should confirm that Donlin Creek is a plus-20-million-ounce gold deposit and remove the uncertainty hanging over the company. In the couple of weeks since Placer Dome elected to earn back to a 70% interest in the project, the stock has been under some selling pressure, as the more speculative investors have opted to move on. Until the resource study is complete, the institutional investors are reluctant to commit to the project. That uncertainty was highlighted when Placer Dome made a high-profile presentation to a group of institutional investors on February 25, and referred to the 6.9 million ounce resource figure that it calculated more than two years ago. Early last year, NovaGold calculated a measured and indicated resource of 8.2 million ounces plus an inferred resource of 14.8 million ounces. Last year, NovaGold drilled 347 additional holes. The results of those holes will have a big impact on the year-old figures, moving a substantial portion of the inferred resource into the measured and indicated categories, and increasing the overall size of the resource. Even at the 30% ownership level in Donlin Creek, NovaGold will have in excess of 6 million ounces of resources to its credit. Placer Dome is considering a production level of 20,000 to 30,000 tonnes per day. (For comparison, the Fort Knox mine near Fairbanks, Alaska produces at 25,000 tons per day, but at a grade of less than one quarter the grade at Donlin Creek.) At the presently contemplated production level, NovaGold would receive 300,000 to 400,000 ounces per year to its account. Placer Dome is obligated under the joint venture agreement to provide NovaGold's share of development funding. It is also important to realize that Placer Dome cannot impose a hedging policy on NovaGold's share of production. Some investors have mistakenly assumed that Placer's present hedging position will in some way impact on NovaGold's position in this project. In addition to Donlin Creek, NovaGold has three other projects in Alaska on which million ounce plus gold deposits have already been outlined. Work at the pre-feasibility study level is currently underway on two projects, both funded by another company that is earning a half interest. In essence, NovaGold is in a transition period, as the more speculative-oriented investors are exiting, but the institutional investors are still on the sidelines, awaiting the resource calculation. The recent dip in the share price represents an opportunity to get a stake in one of the largest undeveloped gold deposits in the world, a deposit that will certainly be moved toward production as quickly as possible. Price: February 27, 2003: C$3.65 Shares Outstanding: 38.6 million Market Cap: C$140.9 million Contact: Tony Hayes 866-243-1059 A Resource Opportunities, Special Report: :MORE:
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