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Raven Prop P LSE:RAVP London Preference Share
  Price Change % Change Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 118.00 114.00 122.00 118.00 118.00 118.00 52,038 08:00:00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/1/2020
13:02
Inched up as UK base rate held.
igbertsponk
30/1/2020
12:59
Thank you, nerja. Bid moved up 1p - lol !! Never been in the renewables/infra, just interested observer.
eeza
30/1/2020
12:57
Eeza just for you another 2461 little top up, hope you got out of the bsif and the rest in time
nerja
28/1/2020
13:34
Perhaps some smaller warehouses needed... though the mini ones will need restocking from a bigger one. hTtps://www.themoscowtimes.com/2020/01/28/yandex-bets-15-minute-grocery-delivery-service-a69065
igbertsponk
28/1/2020
12:15
Major shareholders as at 31 December 2019 are now available to view on the company’s website. There was a net accumulation in that quarter by most RAVP holders, including a large proportion of individuals through nominees like Hargreaves, Interactive Investor, Julius Bear, AJ Bell, Share Centre and Halifax Share Dealing. Hargreaves holders now have 6% and Interactive 2%. I have accumulated on the view that a) lower interest rates will likely persist for many years to come, and b) corporate profit growth is likely to be slow if not in reverse over the next few years, therefore not presenting an appetizing outlook for a stock market that already looked overvalued. Not expecting a market crash but just no justification for present valuations to transpire.
kenny
24/1/2020
13:45
More industry news over in Russia htTps://realnoevremya.com/articles/4133-booming-e-commerce-spurring-warehouse-development-in-russia
igbertsponk
24/1/2020
13:43
Interesting idea - wonder if Raven thinking of doing the same? hTtps://www.econotimes.com/Massive-New-Russian-Food-City-Complex-in-the-Works-1572864
igbertsponk
24/1/2020
13:40
134.70p bid & 136.50p offered now.
eeza
24/1/2020
13:32
Oi!!! I want to buy a bundle more of these in a few months time. Please can you all stop adding and pushing the price up!!!
igbertsponk
24/1/2020
13:28
136.5 offer, couldn't resist taking another 6000 for that income circa 8.9% at this price. Thanks Neil !
my retirement fund
24/1/2020
13:16
A "lower for longer" interest rate policy has arrived in the UK and that means there are a minimum of 3 major Western economies that are following this policy. For example, see this article: "Carney says BoE could commit to ‘lower for longer’ rates strategy" https://www.ft.com/content/34f234fc-32d9-11ea-9703-eea0cae3f0de My investment strategy is to hold all my preference shares, RAVP and others, for at least the next 10 years and simply collect the coupons. I would only consider selling some if inflation becomes a problem but otherwise, I believe stock prices on fixed income can only be squeezed one way by the weight of money looking for yield. The old days of assuming one can sell, realise a gain, and buy back in at a lower price are probably gone for the foreseeable future. Anyone selling their fixed income securities, to realise a short term gain, better be very certain of the logic of their reasons for selling because lower for longer interest rates are now baked in for the foreseeable future. In the shorter term, if Trump is re-elected, later this year, a second trade war with China is more or less guaranteed - a trade war with the EU would also be on the cards.
kenny
24/1/2020
12:53
Yup had to sell my mums holding the other day which was pretty big and got snapped up in a flash!
my retirement fund
24/1/2020
12:50
134.70p being bid.
eeza
24/1/2020
12:19
Just did a dummy sell and they will take my entire holding - only ever seen that a couple of times so looks like they are short of stock
otemple3
24/1/2020
11:57
Offer has slowly increased. 10k buy today @ 136.50p.
eeza
19/1/2020
08:45
The 180 degree distortion of news from Russia is quite predictable nowadays. Here's a less demented take on the proposals for constitutional reform: Https://www.intellinews.com/moscow-blog-is-putin-a-megalomaniac-174803/
zangdook
17/1/2020
01:06
Loganair on the Russia thread; Russian gold and foreign currency reserves have hit $557.5 billion in the first 10 days of the new year, according to the latest figures released by the country's central bank.The current level is 10 percent higher than the target level set by the regulator and the highest since October 2008, when foreign reserves amounted to nearly $547 billion. Russia spent a significant part of its reserves supporting the ruble in the aftermath of the financial crisis and after the West hit Moscow with sanctions in wake of the 2014 conflict in Ukraine. Since then, Russia floated the Rouble and has been rebuilding its forex reserves from the $350 billion low to their current level.Russia's international reserves are highly liquid foreign assets comprising stocks of monetary gold, foreign currencies and Special Drawing Right (SDR) assets, which are at the disposal of the Central Bank of Russia and the government.The country has been steadily boosting and reshaping its international holdings, reducing the amount of US dollars in favour of other currencies, including the Chinese yuan and the euro. Moscow has been also extensively investing in gold, with bullion reserves standing at more than $110 billion as of 01st January 2020.
my retirement fund
16/1/2020
09:20
If those yields are actually achieved then the Ords price will have a massive shift upwards and the Prefs will be Solid as an Ashford & Simpson song. Convertibles could well be the ideal compromise choice too.
igbertsponk
15/1/2020
16:19
Good article. Haven't seen posted on here or the other place. hTtps://www.intellinews.com/bricks-and-mortar-whither-russian-property-yields-172122/
igbertsponk
15/1/2020
14:18
Not sure the Putin "Dictator for life" plans will aid or hinder Russian sentiment. But good to see no immediate effect. hTtps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-51120166 There will always be a few brave souls who stand up against those who try to dictate their views and silence others. More power to them says I ;-)
igbertsponk
15/1/2020
14:15
I agree with Monty that a interest cut by the BoE makes RAVP look cheap albeit it is already cheap because of the fact there may still be a overhang of stock from Woodford. My research suggests that interest rates are likely to remain "lower for longer". Japan is 24 years into low interest rates with no sign of being able to increase them. The UK & US are 10 years into low interest and today's announcement of a fall in inflation to 1.3% merely confirms that the UK is very far from being able to consider moving rates up. Here's a link to a recent BoE staff paper with research suggesting interest rates have been trending downwards for eight centuries (that is even longer than my investment horizon!) and could enter negative territory permanently! hTTps://www.bankofengland.co.uk/working-paper/2020/eight-centuries-of-global-real-interest-rates-r-g-and-the-suprasecular-decline-1311-2018
kenny
15/1/2020
08:59
I think 155p is a given, when BOE cut rates this year.
montyhedge
14/1/2020
12:46
BOE looks like going to cut rates, more investors looking for yield, I expect quite a few may be tempted by Raven.
montyhedge
14/1/2020
11:05
Final warning sponky boy !
my retirement fund
14/1/2020
08:57
Think may buy oodles more but hoping for a pullback when the Woodford noise dies down.
igbertsponk
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