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% 131.50 129.00 134.00 131.50 131.50 131.50 11,826 08:00:00

Raven Prop P Discussion Threads

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09/4/2019
12:24
"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
12:04
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
11:18
Bought for new ISA year, tax free every 13 weeks, superb.
montyhedge
09/4/2019
06:44
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
08/4/2019
08:07
Wee snippet: "The picture is rosy in some European property markets The investment managers behind Starwood Europe Real Estate Finance highlight the attractions of property markets in Ireland and Spain. Glyn Hirsh, CEO of Raven Property, reports a picture of rising rents and a stronger economy in Russia." From hTtps://quoteddata.com/research/quoteddatas-economic-roundup-april-2019-2/
igbertsponk
08/4/2019
07:59
That's if I'm actually allowed to post on my own thread!
igbertsponk
08/4/2019
07:56
Odd spike vanished.
igbertsponk
07/4/2019
10:00
Thanks. That's what I thought.
montyhedge
06/4/2019
20:17
Should be possible to simply transfer from one broker to another with no sale involved , assuming they are both in UK .
holts
05/4/2019
15:52
Guys wonder if you know, I'm changing broker, can I get my Raven Pref in certificate form, so I can give to new broker I don't want to to sell then re-buy They are held in broker nominee account.
montyhedge
04/4/2019
12:37
Kenny I totally agree, thats why I filtered him.
montyhedge
04/4/2019
11:21
Another thruppence per share banked. I'll reinvest on the next mini-dip.
igbertsponk
03/4/2019
09:53
Looks very cheap to me in these times of low interest rates for a protracted period of years. A yield just below 9% is amazing - especially given the projections for each of 2019 and 2020 by Equity Development. As usual, DYOR.
kenny
20/3/2019
15:25
Future looking good.
montyhedge
20/3/2019
14:32
Edison usual paid for stuff. Essentially a re-hash of the results. htTps://www.edisongroup.com/publication/strong-operational-performance/23717
igbertsponk
20/3/2019
14:26
Quite a good summary on RAV and Prefs on Edison website today . Worth a read .
bench2
20/3/2019
10:15
Given the Anton Bilton and insiders holdings plus Woodford Barnett I think a 150p bid (8% yield ) will suffice to reduce the size of the pref . Once the size of the pref issue is reduced , the currency liability becomes less of a problem and holders can stay on board , but daily liquidity will be reduced . Barnett needs cash as he is stuck with unquoteds in a fund suffering redemptions . So Kenny is right just stay put and keep clipping the coupons .
bench2
19/3/2019
08:38
I don't - the point I was making was that the company would have to pay a very high price to secure 75% of the votes, perhaps 200p or close to a 6% yield. The alternative of a swap for ordinaries might, therefore, be considered preferable where the conversion offer could be at something like 150p and offer holders more flexibility e.g. to retain their RAVP rather than convert to ordinaries.
kenny
19/3/2019
07:01
Kenny how can you discount a sweeper clause taking out those that want to keep thier prefs if the board get 75% vote for redemption?
pogue
18/3/2019
14:22
I would suggest the following factors would also need to be taken into account: 1. Some of RAVP were subscribed at 142p (including by Woodford & Barnett). 2. The one and only voluntary conversion offer was made at an effective price of 150p. 3. Since the above events and following the Aviva preference debacle, the terms relating to RAVP were amended to ensure that any redemption must obtain 75% voting approval. Therefore, any offer is likely to be a voluntary conversion offer; as happened before. Therefore, a holder of RAVP can decline the offer if they wish to retain this high yielding preference share.
kenny
18/3/2019
13:43
The large holdings by members of the board clearly must have a self interested influence on any such decision .
holts
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