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Name Symbol Market Type
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
  0.50 0.43% 117.50 115.00 120.00 117.50 117.00 117.50 47,273 14:42:48

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/12/2020
11:23
Good man somebody needs to buy those prefs to get the price up :0)
pogue
30/12/2020
22:33
I always knew Monty was a cheapskate. 3p div. 1 share
eeza
30/12/2020
15:27
Pay day tomorrow another 3p in the bag.
montyhedge
24/12/2020
21:33
Yes kenny, but how much. Also as a percentage of the debt is euro denominated it looks like LTV will increase. My initial look at this gives a £91m exceptional write down due to fx translation of nav and euro denominated loans, which after rental income, would lead to a ltv of 57% and a nav of 43p excluding any adjustment for the ravc conversion. I need to look at the debt covenants. I am warming to the prefs, but there is a seller in the market which i assume is Invesco. Thanks.
flyfisher
24/12/2020
20:20
There will be a very big FX loss in the second half but it will be partially offset by about £41m of accounting profit arising on the conversation and elimination of the RAVC preference class.
kenny
24/12/2020
18:48
Guys, I notice an fx loss relating to euro loans and an fx loss due to asset revaluation in the interim results. Would anyone have a view on the loss to be faced in the second half as the Rouble has weakened by a much greater amount.
flyfisher
24/12/2020
11:48
I have to assume Invesco are still selling in the background and I will be happy to add to my position should the share price fall. The market generally feels a bit puffed up to me. Santa rally if you like and I can't see where the next set of good news will come from with Brexit and US stimulus packages done. I'm expecting if not a sell-off at least a retracement in Jan/Feb across the board but no idea if this will go with it. I guess if this is the bottom I've got a few and I'm happy enough. If the share price decided to drop a bit in order for me to add that would be just peachy.
cc2014
24/12/2020
11:24
More like yielding 11% as it pays 12 p annually.
riskvsreward
24/12/2020
11:22
I had trouble getting stock yesterday in terms of I kept getting quoted 110.9p to buy when everyone else was paying 109.65p. Corrected itself this morning thankfully and I am responsible for the two buys at 109.65p today.
gary1966
24/12/2020
11:20
Of course, even better, lol 10.8%
montyhedge
24/12/2020
11:16
Current yield - today - 10.8%
owenski
24/12/2020
10:54
Hard to get cheap stock, yield 9.2%.Pay day 31st December.
montyhedge
24/12/2020
09:34
Delayed trade for 33333 shares is a buy not a sell as reported.
gary1966
22/12/2020
14:43
Yes the weakness in RAVP has been strange. Been looking to top up but every time I get a quote it is lower. Maybe Invesco trying to get rid of as many before year end as possible. Anyway I have put an order in for a few more at 107p if the market wants to oblige. GLA
gary1966
22/12/2020
13:01
I note the rouble has, once again, sunk to over 101 to a pound. With Brent oil over $50 that seems a bit extreme. Brent at any price over $43 means that Russia meets its budget spending, with the excess over $43 adding to Russia's already massive reserve funds.
kenny
19/12/2020
13:00
There is too much optimism at the moment in prices of most things reason being the perceived end of CV19 due to the vaccine. Obviously most of the working population will not be vaccinated to mid to late 2021 with a vaccine that despite what politicians say is not 100% proven safe or effective add in the new strains of CV19 that might or might not be covered by the vaccine and all is not as perfect as it looks. More detailed thoughts on the economy also produce the question why does everyone think everything will be great post vaccine as they weren't pre vaccine and with the amount of economic damage done by it why should we assume business as usual in 2021. I am bearish and have a lot of gold, silver and bitcoin mining shares to prove it :0) Regards fixed income most are rising but RAVP is falling. Clearly a seller but why no buyers here to take up the perceived bargains? I am still holding a fair few but my grip is getting loser by the day as I am not seeing good reason to be invested here.
pogue
19/12/2020
11:42
At £1.11 ask the dividend looks very interesting. Great opportunity if the payments are secure. However I think there may be further opportunities if the main market begins to sell off after Biden's inauguration in the new year. It does look expensive. Furthermore the Covid discount appears to be with us for a few more months yet.
rayg5
18/12/2020
18:29
They didnt do themselves any favours over the way treated RAVC
hindsight
01/12/2020
14:57
10 years.... 3% return each quarter.... 40 quarters 1.03 to the power of 40 = 3.26 It's been a cracking ride! All tax free.
igbertsponk
01/12/2020
14:05
Been in this since 2010, even when financial crash always paid out every 13 weeks. Of course high yield income investors are a cautious bunch and Russia puts them off. But he who dares Rodders.
montyhedge
01/12/2020
13:29
Yup - when divid are being chopped and cancelled left, right and centre it's odd that funds aren't adding to this perpetual cash machine.
igbertsponk
01/12/2020
13:22
Nice dividend 31st December. Good start to 2021.
montyhedge
01/12/2020
13:09
Looks to me like someone is still trying to trickle their holding into the market only the number of buyers is diminishing at this 113.4 area and they are going to have to decide soon whether they want to encourge more buyers by accepting a lower price or whether they find the low number of buyers acceptable.
cc2014
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