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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% 117.50 115.00 120.00 117.50 117.50 117.50 13,489 08:00:00

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02/3/2021
16:57
No idea but they are probably still preparing the legal documents. Results for 2020 are due on 15 March - which will show a massive loss due to depreciation of the rouble against sterling. I am guessing, and I stress it is only a guess, that the results will come first. In the interim, it is bizarre that RAVP is going down in the context of the ordinaries going up.
kenny
02/3/2021
13:55
Anyone any idea when the EGM will be called to approve the Invesco share purchases and the placement of new prefs?
2akop
28/2/2021
18:08
hTTps://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/feb/26/global-stock-markets-drop-as-inflation-fears-prompt-sell-off Government bond prices dropped again, pushing up yields further. Five- and 10-year gilt yields rose to their highest level since March, after the Bank of England’s chief economist, Andy Haldane, warned that an inflationary “tiger” might be on the loose, which means that borrowing costs could be raised sooner than markets expect. In a speech entitled Inflation: A Tiger by the Tail?, he warned central bankers against becoming complacent about the risks posed by rising inflation.
pogue
26/2/2021
15:05
Very few monty - the December divi saw just 30,777 new prefs issued to satisfy the scrip divis.
igbertsponk
26/2/2021
14:52
Dividend reinvestment plans will, some investors who bought don't look at the price everyday probably every year when portfolio valuation appear on the doormat.
montyhedge
25/2/2021
18:20
Pref divi circular out, Scrip is at 135p, so doubt many will take it up.
igbertsponk
18/2/2021
10:08
Ex Div today, so another 3p on the way explains this mornings ONLY 2p drop. I suspect it'll manage the full 3p though!
igbertsponk
15/2/2021
14:07
Ex div Thursday, another nice dividend in the tax free isa bag.
montyhedge
14/2/2021
14:16
Damp seaweed, Don't forget vast amounts of gas, gold, silver, coal and already healthy reserves. Probably other commodities too.
gary1966
14/2/2021
14:08
Heard that argument since 2008, always paid out, never missed a quarter will only get stronger in my view.
montyhedge
13/2/2021
08:01
There are a number of external factors that will probably hold back the rise of the share price, namely; Russian political tensions with the west. Internal political tensions, and the economic outlook is not great, particularly as it is so dependent on oil. I’d expect us to hover in the 120+p area for quite a time. Early next week we may see a small continuation of this most welcome price recovery. But 3p ex div later in the week will knock back the price.
damp seaweed
12/2/2021
16:06
I know this is U.K, but probably applies worldwide.https://www.ft.com/content/cc2dd81d-c957-4c59-b833-9df4e3e7339d
montyhedge
12/2/2021
15:55
back to working orders at 120 on the bid. 124 Next if we can get through then 127 Next and onto 140 hopefully.
bigraybear888
12/2/2021
15:47
Of course if these were in the U.K. price would be around 200p, for a 6% yield, paid quarterly superb, but of course Russia puts some income investors off, they are a very cautious lot.
montyhedge
12/2/2021
15:36
If the overhang of shares does get cleared - eventually - here's some yields to price: 160p equals a yield of 7.5% 170p equals a yield of 7% These are not price targets and I do not suggest they will be achieved in the short term e.g. under 2 years, if ever. With base rates likely to remain under 3% for a decade or more, I am not in a hurry to sell any RAVP for a short term gain. Happy to keep collecting the high coupons and see what transpires.
kenny
12/2/2021
15:26
These will be back to 140p were they use to bounce along, even then 8.57% yield.
montyhedge
12/2/2021
15:14
Where else in today's world can you get such a return? Loads of places
deadly
12/2/2021
13:08
Knight Frank's 2020 Russia report out now. htTps://content.knightfrank.com/research/599/documents/en/russia-investment-market-2020-7804.pdf -Some highlights -Record warehouse investment -Little foreign investment -Industrial and warehouse investment largest share ever - up 1005 on 2019 -Russia credit rating unchanged on 2019 at BBB -The increased interest of investment funds in diversifying their portfolio by acquiring modern warehouse complexes with quality tenants, generating stable rental income, was noted. -We expect that investor interest in warehouse and logistics assets will continue in 2021 with the share of investments in this sector at the level of up to 15-20%. Overall a positive read for Ravenites.
igbertsponk
12/2/2021
12:59
The Bank of Russia keeps the key rate at 4.25% p.a. hTTps://www.cbr.ru/eng/press/keypr/#:~:text=What%20do%20you%20want%20to%20find%3F&text=On%2018%20December%202020%2C%20the,at%20the%20end%20of%202020.
kenny
12/2/2021
11:08
Sensible price returning. Thankfully I got all I wanted in the dip.
igbertsponk
12/2/2021
10:49
If it is exceeding my expectation of 4p then even better. I do take the interim as part of this financial year, not as part of the last financial year. Agree stcm could go much higher that is part of it being more volatile, more scope of both upside and downside and its income is not as safe as ravp as it is operation dependent.
riskvsreward
12/2/2021
10:41
It was 4p in dividends last year for STCM? 3p final and (new) 1p interim - I am expecting 5p for 2021 dividends based on cash flow and the fact debt is pretty much down to zero. STCM and RAVP would be my top 2 income picks. Agree re-volatility. Though STCM has more potential capital upside as it is fundamentally v undervalued.
king suarez
12/2/2021
10:38
Good point, I have a holding in stcm as well first bought at 32p and then topped up at 28 p. Very happy with the income there started at 3p per year and hopefully will be up to at least 4p this year. However, I do have a much bigger holding in ravp as I think it is less volatile than stcm.
riskvsreward
12/2/2021
10:33
Definitely a plan to push these higher. Wonder where they will end up. At the end of the day the higher the interested parties push it, the more net worth they can claim their holding is worth and the more options they then have. Money make money !
my retirement fund
12/2/2021
10:30
Where else in today's world can you get such a return? Steppe Cement..(STCM)
king suarez
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