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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
  0.00 0.0% 121.00 116.00 126.00 121.00 121.00 121.00 9,891 08:00:07

Raven Prop P Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/4/2019
11:47
I bought at 137.8 , so spread better than it looks.
bonnard
15/4/2019
11:41
Gary, the spread today is 136.25p-139p. Not as large as you imagined?
kenny
15/4/2019
10:38
Every 13 weeks cheque on the doormat, luvly jubiley Rodney.
montyhedge
15/4/2019
09:57
Also next XD approaching - around 15 May for another 3p div.
eeza
15/4/2019
09:19
Nice to see it inching up again. ISA investors adding I'm assuming.
igbertsponk
15/4/2019
08:20
The Share Centre are brilliant and very cheap.
montyhedge
14/4/2019
04:47
Kenny,Wanted to buy in here,but the spread is too large now at 134-137.80p !
garycook
13/4/2019
08:33
Selftrade will do a bed and breakfast like trade on any size for £50 spread plus telephone commission which unfortunately has risen to 27.50 ea end .
holts
12/4/2019
16:13
Hargreaves Lansdown. I am finding them cheaper than Barclays. Also, if you only own shares rather than funds, I think the combination of services and costs is pretty good. Only downside is that they will not get involved with scrip dividends. Not a problem, as you can hold as certificates, enabling you to take the scrip and then transfer some into an HL account just before ISA time.
kenny
12/4/2019
15:12
Seems like a pretty reasonable spread you got there Kenny. Would it be rude to ask who your broker was for that trade? If you'd rather not say, please don't-I won't take it personally and will completely understand :-)
cwa1
12/4/2019
13:16
Kenny Filter him its easy to do.
montyhedge
12/4/2019
13:12
That's my Bed & ISA gone through this morning.
kenny
10/4/2019
08:05
Seems to be the odd post missing on the other board.
igbertsponk
10/4/2019
07:58
Kenny, I hope you don't mind me saying this....but I think you may be in danger of getting a bit overwrought with regards to this other poster. Perhaps it would be best for you to take the other board off your list of viewed boards and filter the person concerned? That way you won't get so vexed or concerned by him and life will be a little easier-perhaps? I admire and respect your postings and would like you to continue and not become overly upset by what goes on elsewhere...... Good luck and good fortune!
cwa1
09/4/2019
13:53
Somewhat amazing that Russian investors allowed to participate in US tech IPOs too! hTtps://www.institutionalassetmanager.co.uk/2019/04/04/274686/bcs-global-markets-allows-russian-investors-participate-lyft-ipo
igbertsponk
09/4/2019
13:51
Perhaps Russia problems weakening. Reflecting the US election nonsense about Russia winning it for Trump now proven to be nonsense. hTtps://www.ft.com/content/b3230c0c-5607-11e9-91f9-b6515a54c5b1 I've always said on here that the Russia sanctions will drift away if they stop killing people in foreign countries for a while.
igbertsponk
09/4/2019
13:31
I see a Russian company to IPO in London. Thought I read it will be in the FTSE 100.
montyhedge
09/4/2019
13:24
"Germany seeks to lift Russian sanctions in Council of Europe" Don't get excited because these are not the main sanctions. However, it does show that the mood is changing. As encouraging, other commentary I have read indicates that further US sanctions may be stalled because US politicians are suffering from "sanctions fatigue" (whatever that means). Read more on UNIAN: hxxps://www.unian.info/politics/10508358-germany-seeks-to-lift-russian-sanctions-in-council-of-europe-media.html
kenny
09/4/2019
13:04
Agreed. Yesterday, I placed a Bed & ISA order with a broker for £20k but I think it is sitting in a long queue of Bed & ISA orders waiting to get to the top.
kenny
09/4/2019
12:18
Bought for new ISA year, tax free every 13 weeks, superb.
montyhedge
09/4/2019
07:44
If you can't do a broker to broker transfer, ask your broker to transfer your existing holding into certificates. They usually charge about £40 for doing this, but check the charge first because some brokers charge much more. I've used both methods, the broker to broker transfer is the best approach when it works. When I transferred from ii to Halifax last year, I ended up using certificates because I couldn't persuade ii to transfer the holdings in my trading account. In reality it seems they wanted me to sell and transfer the cash.
drradcliffe
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