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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
RIT Capital Partners LSE:RCP London Ordinary Share GB0007366395 ORD #1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +40.00p +2.06% 1,984.00p 1,978.00p 1,982.00p 1,984.00p 1,932.00p 1,932.00p 186,202 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 30.9 -5.6 -3.7 - 3,082.17

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/9/2018
16:06
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DmqdEjWWsAANkfc?format=jpg&name=medium
andyforster1
23/4/2018
14:01
The Trump Trade Turbulence perhaps...?
dab26
09/2/2018
12:25
Some non-equity correlated holdings however, still got sucked into the recent sell off/ market volatility/ flash crash or whatever it maybe called.
spacecake
07/2/2018
20:35
I have it at 3.3% premium on 1/2/18 New research note here... hTTps://quoteddata.com/2018/02/rit-capital-partners-healthy-absolute-return-less-risk/
spacecake
02/2/2018
15:59
Hmmm ............ now at 2.5% discount! - why is it no longer popular I wonder?
schober
09/12/2017
09:49
Large volume friday 8th dec a response to Brexit progress.
spacecake
13/6/2017
13:55
The FT article by M S-W (and presumably the other, as she's editor) had some interesting commentary after the piece. One comment suggested that Jacob R was the driving force and son Nat would be a washout if he took over [my words]. I replied that J was 81, N about 40 (from memory) and there was a big investment team behind the firm. He then responded that J ruled the board with a rod of iron, and that there were definite risks with the succession. Whilst that's limited evidence, I can see the logic (look at N's investment record) and J's retirement might make me question my holding.
jonwig
13/6/2017
13:20
Suggested as a good do it all fund and long term hold in the FT and Moneyweek
mundungus
12/6/2017
23:06
Unusually heavy trading over the last few days.
kiwi2007
28/2/2017
07:52
Solid numbers those.A great long term hold.
brahmsnliszt
04/1/2017
20:50
Why not? I would and have in the past
r ball
03/1/2017
22:24
buy in at current 7.5% premium ? nah
cordwainer
24/8/2016
13:37
Stifel says sell: the premium is the only reason: Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/funds/sell-rothschild-fund-and-take-profits-warns-broker/ Alternatively, we don't all trade in-out our holdings all the time.
jonwig
15/8/2016
07:20
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.
jonwig
09/8/2016
19:40
Well I am out at the moment, Buy back one day when others don't want it.
elmfield
09/8/2016
18:33
surely not a buy at the current premium?
cordwainer
07/6/2016
11:27
thank goodness that nonsence is over with.
r ball
31/5/2016
07:11
I think it sort of fits with RCPs marginal gains at low risk approach. If we can pick up ATST at close to 10% discount using paper at par then it adds value at almost zero risk. But as you say there's a risk it gets arbitraged out before it happens. Although I would expect Rothschild to walk away if it does.
kinbasket
31/5/2016
06:30
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!
jonwig
29/5/2016
16:55
Merger between RCP and Alliance Trust mooted by Jacob Rothschild: Http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c8779024-25a8-11e6-8b18-91555f2f4fde.html#axzz49vg5jsYg
jonwig
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