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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sequoia Economic Infrastructure Income Fund Limited LSE:SEQI London Ordinary Share GG00BV54HY67 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 0.53% 113.00 1,981,122 16:35:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
112.60 112.80 112.80 112.40 112.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 209.96 12.62 9.0 1,992
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:09 UT 135,265 113.00 GBX

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23/7/2021
09:20
Sequoia Economic Infrast... Daily Update: Sequoia Economic Infrastructure Income Fund Limited is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SEQI. The last closing price for Sequoia Economic Infrast... was 112.40p.
Sequoia Economic Infrastructure Income Fund Limited has a 4 week average price of 111p and a 12 week average price of 106p.
The 1 year high share price is 113p while the 1 year low share price is currently 102p.
There are currently 1,763,120,710 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,166,439 shares. The market capitalisation of Sequoia Economic Infrastructure Income Fund Limited is £1,992,326,402.30.
14/7/2021
07:15
cwa1: Modest increase in NAV:- https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/sequoia-economic-infrast-SEQI/share-news/Sequoia-Economic-Infra-Inc-Fd-Ld-NAV-and-Investmen/85580643 NAV update The NAV for SEQI, the specialist investor in economic infrastructure debt, increased to 103.13 pence per share from the prior month's NAV of 102.41 pence per share, representing an increase of 0.72 pence per share. A full attribution of the changes in the NAV per share is as follows: pence per share --------------------------------- --------- May NAV 102.41 Interest income, net of expenses 0.66 FX movements, net of hedges 0.01 Increase in asset valuations 0.05 June NAV 103.13 ================================= =========
06/7/2021
09:53
chucko1: "SEQI has demonstrated the considerable resilience of its portfolio and the wider infrastructure asset class throughout the Covid-19 related challenges of the past year. In an environment of necessarily accommodative fiscal and monetary policies, our in-year return performance was well in excess of our long-term targets. "We believe that the company continues to be well placed to deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns in a sustainable manner over the long term." Indeed. And I am pleased about that, I suppose. But he is also suggesting that, upon a reversal of this accommodation, don't be surprised if the target is merely outperformance, rather than something absolutely positive. That said, this one certainly has a place.
06/7/2021
08:51
cocopah: Gateside - Agree, good to see solid results with no drama, market reaction should be positive (by which I mean muted). This from the press: Sequoia saw its total net assets grow from £1.59bn to £1.81bn throughout the year, while its net asset value increased to 103.18p per ordinary shares from 96.6p for a NAV total return of 13.5%. The FTSE 250-listed group also paid a total dividend of 6.25p during the year, up slightly from the 6.18p returned to investors a year earlier. Sequoia also recorded a share price total return of 17.4% in the year. Chairman Robert Jennings said: "SEQI has demonstrated the considerable resilience of its portfolio and the wider infrastructure asset class throughout the Covid-19 related challenges of the past year. In an environment of necessarily accommodative fiscal and monetary policies, our in-year return performance was well in excess of our long-term targets. "We believe that the company continues to be well placed to deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns in a sustainable manner over the long term."
25/6/2021
18:04
cocopah: This from the financial press today: “The $1.2trn infrastructure deal approved by the President will provide a boost to roads, bridges, broadband, passenger and freight services,” said Interactive Investor analyst Richard Hunter. “Quite apart from the further injection into revitalising the economy, the amount is less than the $3trn which had been sought by the President, thus having lower tax implications than had been thought to pay for it.” Not sure but I believe it could be really positive for SEQI … obviously another fundraise would be required. Thoughts?
15/6/2021
00:00
cocopah: Apollocreed1 ... and in answer to your second question ... the Mid-June NAV update ... “SEQI, the specialist investor in economic infrastructure debt, has seen its net asset value (NAV) rise to 102.41p per share, an increase of 0.13p on the month prior. The decrease in asset valuations in the NAV attribution this month is primarily due to several sizeable US power positions being marked down as a result of the negative impact of the lower than expected 2022/23 Base Residual Auction (BRA) PJM capacity results that were released. SEQI also had a significant price decline in one of its least liquid positions based on a small secondary trade in the bond near the end of May. It is expected that the previously identified uplift in valuations of the assets where COVID-19 has impacted performance to continue. This trend is likely to persist as economies continue to recover and lockdowns start to further ease globally. As at 28 May 2021, the company had cash of £84.7 million and had drawn £83.6 million on its £280 million revolving credit facility. It had also undrawn commitments on existing investments collectively valued at £72.6m. The company's invested portfolio comprised of 63 private debt investments and 11 infrastructure bonds across eight sectors and 30 sub-sectors, with an annualised yield-to-maturity (or yield-to-worst in the case of callable bonds) of 9.0% and a cash yield of 5.6%.”
10/6/2021
15:48
apollocreed1: Have SEQI mentioned in any of their news releases about how the increased Corporation Tax and falling renewable power prices will affect their NAV? Today, GCP Infrastructure (who seem to me to be very similar in business type and assets) announced a 9% decrease in NAV over the year and the stock is trading on a discount of -1%. The decrease was attributed to those 2 factors mentioned above. So how come SEQI have not addressed this issue and are trading on a 6% premium? I'm still puzzled as to why a debt-company is exposed to declining power prices -don't the operators of renewable infrastructure have to repay their debts regardless of the price at which they sell their power?
21/4/2021
10:47
speedsgh: Dividend Declaration - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/sequoia-econ-infra--seqi-/rns/dividend-declaration/202104200700049480V/ The Directors of the Company have declared that an interim dividend of 1.5625p per share will be payable to holders of Ordinary Shares as follows in respect of the three-month period ended 31 March 2021: Ex-Dividend Date: 29 April 2021 Record Date: 30 April 2021 Scrip Reference Price Announced: 7 May 2021 Deadline for Scrip Elections: 24 May 2021 Payment/Allotment Date: 8 June 2021 Dividend per Ordinary Share: 1.5625 pence per share Dividends will be paid gross of tax.
11/3/2021
17:11
cocopah: Following the RNS does anyone have a view on the likely impact on the share price of the choice SEQI has made to have investments classified under Article 8? I have noted the Articles below for reference ... - Article 9, or dark green, which applies to products that have sustainable objectives; - Article 8, or light green, which covers financial products that promote environmental or social characteristics as part of the broad investment strategy; - Article 6, or grey, which applies to products that either consider ESG risks as part of the investment process or are explicitly declared as non-sustainable.
23/2/2021
09:39
apollocreed1: How terrible! They never stop with their dilutive share issues. Lines managements' pockets but bad for shareholders. SEQI was 120p over a year ago and many holders bought at 112 at the last funding or above, but they're happy to keep beating down the share price.
19/8/2020
15:00
ukneonboy: Although I liked the article recommending SEQI in the Daily Telegraph about a month ago I'm starting to think that SEQI shares are starting to look a bit expensive (over priced) at 109p each. Latest declared Net Asset Value 98p each which implies a 10.7% premium to Net Asset Value. Think I'm going to sell and wait for the SEQI share price to fall back to nearer the N.A.V before re-buying.
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