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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Rit Capital Partners Plc RCP London Ordinary Share GB0007366395 ORD �1
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-2.00 -0.11% 1,880.00 08:52:28
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
1,874.00 1,884.00 1,878.00 1,882.00
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EQUITY INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS

Rit Capital Partners RCP Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
03/03/2020InterimGBX17.531/12/201831/12/201902/04/202003/04/202030/04/20200
05/08/2019InterimGBX1731/12/201831/12/201903/10/201904/10/201931/10/201934
05/03/2019InterimGBX1730/12/201830/06/201904/04/201905/04/201930/04/20190
07/08/2018InterimGBX16.531/12/201731/12/201804/10/201805/10/201831/10/201833
27/02/2018InterimGBX16.530/12/201730/06/201805/04/201806/04/201830/04/20180
14/08/2017InterimGBX1631/12/201631/12/201705/10/201706/10/201731/10/201732
28/02/2017InterimGBX1630/12/201630/06/201706/04/201707/04/201728/04/20170
15/08/2016InterimGBX15.531/12/201531/12/201606/10/201607/10/201628/10/201631
01/03/2016InterimGBX15.530/12/201530/06/201607/04/201608/04/201627/04/20160
11/08/2015InterimGBX1531/12/201431/12/201501/10/201502/10/201523/10/201530
27/02/2015InterimGBX1530/12/201430/06/201506/04/201507/04/201529/04/20150
15/08/2014FinalGBX14.731/12/201331/12/201401/10/201403/10/201424/10/201429.4
06/03/2014InterimGBX14.731/12/201331/12/201402/04/201404/04/201429/04/20140
16/08/2013FinalGBX1431/12/201231/12/201302/10/201304/10/201318/10/201328
07/03/2013InterimGBX1431/12/201231/12/201303/04/201305/04/201326/04/20130
01/06/2012FinalGBX2831/03/201131/03/201213/06/201215/06/201224/08/201228
03/06/2011FinalGBX431/03/201031/03/201103/08/201105/08/201119/08/20114
15/06/2010FinalGBX431/03/200931/03/201010/03/201012/03/201001/04/20104
03/06/2009FinalGBX431/03/200831/03/200917/06/200919/06/200929/07/20097.5
31/03/2008FinalGBX431/03/200731/03/200801/06/200813/06/200823/07/20084
31/05/2007FinalGBX3.131/03/200631/03/200713/06/200715/06/200725/07/20073.1
30/05/2006FinalGBX3.131/03/200531/03/200614/06/200616/06/200619/07/20063.1
26/05/2005FinalGBX3.131/03/200431/03/200515/06/200517/06/200520/07/20053.1
20/05/2004FinalGBX3.131/03/200331/03/200416/06/200418/06/200414/07/20043.1
15/05/2003FinalGBX3.131/03/200231/03/200304/06/200306/06/200303/07/20033.1
16/05/2002FinalGBX3.131/03/200131/03/200205/06/200207/06/200205/07/20023.1
10/05/2001FinalGBX3.131/03/200031/03/200106/06/200108/06/200106/07/20013.1
11/05/2000FinalGBX3.131/03/199931/03/200005/06/200009/06/200007/07/20003.1
06/05/1999FinalGBX2.231/03/199831/03/199914/06/199918/06/199909/07/19992.2
04/06/1998FinalGBX231/03/199731/03/199815/06/199819/06/199810/07/19982

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
15/8/2016
08:20
jonwig: H1 results brief comment from FT: Lord Rothschild is pulling in his horns. The veteran investor has reduced the equities exposure of RIT Capital Partners, his family’s £2.5bn London-quoted vehicle, from 55 to 44 per cent. He has cut sterling-denominated positions to 25 per cent and raised outlay on gold and precious metals to 8 per cent. Lord R underpins these moves at RIT, described in half-year results this morning, with bearish comments on monetary policy, which he calls “the greatest experiment…in the history of the world”. He estimates 30 per cent of global government debt is at negative yields, a situation whose unintended consequences are impossible to predict. RIT has raised net asset value by 3.6 per cent to £16.13 per share over the period and is paying a dividend 1p higher at 31p.
31/5/2016
07:30
jonwig: The idea was surely to pay about 85p for 100p of ATST's assets thanks to the discount combined with a premium on RCP's paper. But won't a lot of that be arbitraged away? Plus the costs of merger. Plus ATST is loaded with global large-cap tracker stuff which will be a drag on RCP's alpha. As a new shareholder of RCP (and an ex-ATST one) I'm not all that enthusiastic!
29/5/2016
17:55
jonwig: Merger between RCP and Alliance Trust mooted by Jacob Rothschild: Http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c8779024-25a8-11e6-8b18-91555f2f4fde.html#axzz49vg5jsYg
20/1/2016
13:57
jimbo55: I sold most of my holding in RCP over the Christmas period because I didn't like the way it acted during last August's mini-crash in the wider markets. I've also lost count of the number of times I've seen it tipped on sites such as Trustnet and in newspapers over the last few years. I'm of the belief - possibly mistaken - that there is a lot of recent retail money in this trust that is only used to seeing its shareprice go up and could therefore panic out easily. If I'm right, I intend to buy back in on a discount to NAV later this year. I still hold some and it was a real wrench to sell out of such a solid trust. So far, it has proved to be a good decision, but its early days yet. I'm sure the NAV will do just fine in a bear market anyway. I'm looking forward to the annual report to see how they've positioned themselves...
08/1/2015
15:23
elmfield: Most here have a substantial percent in Rica, Pnl, Rcp, Rcp gives a bit more excitement!
31/12/2014
09:32
essentialinvestor: Added at 1394 yesterday. RBall, RCP traded at a 5% plus premium to NAV just a few years back. Adding here on a 2-3 years view, where I expect at least relative outperformance against most benchmarks.
15/10/2014
13:46
jimbo55: It's their standard way of reporting NAV. They always report the NAV at the end of the previous month two weeks into the next month. I'm encouraged by the fact that it had barely moved from August - even at the point at which markets were starting to come off. In terms of where they stand right now, I'd be surprised if they hadn't taken some kind of hit, but would be even more surprised if they hadn't already armed themselves with various index put options to protect against falls. They may therefore not have been hit as badly as the shareprice is currently suggesting. I think it's worth mentioning that RIT Capital was featured as a buy recommendation in the following recent trustnet articles (and I'm sure I can recall seeing it tipped elsewhere): hxxp://www.trustnet.com/News/549084/the-long-term-trust-available-on-a-discount/ hxxp://www.trustnet.com/News/529749/is-now-the-perfect-time-to-buy-the-rit-capital-partners-it/ I would be amazed if some of the recent buyers had not been readers of those articles. Some may have panicked at the ex-dividend fall (not realising it was falling due to going ex-dividend) and sold. Others may be panicking now and selling. If this is the case, it has the unfortunate effect of hitting the shareprice, but fortunately not the NAV per share. I also hold to my earlier view that the steep falls off the back of the ex-dividend date may have been trading bot-related. Whatever the case, this trust has been hit by selling pressure. Personally, I think it may have resulted in the discount to NAV widening further but no way of being sure right now. Whilst October's finishing NAV position will undoubtedly be of interest to many people, we're going to have to wait until this time next month to find out what it is. Such is life with investment trusts. ;)
13/10/2014
11:12
jimbo55: Yeah, I'm keen to see the next NAV update, which I'm anticipating will be out today. It's kind of strange but the price has kept on falling after the ex-dividend date, so it's almost like high frequency algorithmic bots targeted this trust for short selling off the back of the ex-dividend price fall. No way of knowing if this hypothesis is true though...
15/5/2014
09:44
anley: Its the recent fall in Tech stocks that may have pulled the NAV down but you have also had the dividend.
13/1/2014
21:11
1nf3rn0: If you look in isolation at the last 2 years then yes RCP has been a poor performer. However, presumably we all have at least a dozen or so other investments in our portfolios, and the theory is that in a well diversified portfolio during periods where some investments underperform others will outperform (it's not diversified if they all move up together, and then down together). RCP will no doubt have it's place in bringing something to your portfolios that other shares or funds don't. The next few years could turn out to be another period of RCP relative outperformance, 2014 has certainly started positively.
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