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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shires Income Plc LSE:SHRS London Ordinary Share GB0008052507 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 0.98% 206.00 204.00 208.00 207.00 205.00 207.00 56,832 15:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 4.0 13.0 15.9 63

Shires Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/11/2008
16:49
NAV 14/11/08 155.58p (inc. 5.89P acc. income) CLose 144p Discount 7.4% Yield 13.7%
aleman
11/11/2008
13:31
NAV 07/11/08 161.30p (inc. 5.74p acc. income) Close 147p Discount 8.9% Yield 13.4%
aleman
06/11/2008
17:27
Discount getting high again. These are being sold off like international shares but UK shares are going up thanks to bigger UK rate cuts. Loss of income to savers makes the 14% yield look a very attractive alternative to cash.
aleman
06/11/2008
16:08
P45..............many thanks for info.
anubus
06/11/2008
11:42
Yes you can hold in a ISA The dividends are paid net and you cannot claim the tax back
poacher45
06/11/2008
11:30
Aleman...a few questions for you. (1) can these be held in an ISA? (2) are the divis paid out gross or if net can one claim back the tax bit? many thanks on advance.
anubus
27/10/2008
16:02
NAV 24/10/08 143.15p (inc. 6.35p acc. income) Close 135.25p Discount 5.5% Yield 14.6%
aleman
20/10/2008
18:06
NAV 17/10/08 154.00p (inc. 6.35p acc. income) Close 145.25p Discount 5.7% Yield 13.6%
aleman
13/10/2008
17:27
NAV 10/10/08 158.15p (inc. 6.43p acc. income) Close 152p Discount 4.0% Yield 13.0%
aleman
11/10/2008
17:31
At end of August they has 5.8% invested in RBS and BARCs. There goes a large slug of the dividend.
lord gnome
10/10/2008
11:39
Thanks ale I am still holding but well in the red.
pb10
07/10/2008
17:32
Picked up another 1300 of these @ 167p, but that's my lot. Built these up to just under 28k shrs. I'm now skint until the divi's come in. :-( Shame when this market is a bargain of a lifetime, but i'm fully invested.
oniabsta
03/10/2008
00:52
Thanks for that, oniabasta. I had not recorded it. I am used to it being declared later. Shires Smaller Companies only declared today. It is comforting that shares are going up and down (mostly down) but the dividends keep coming.
aleman
02/10/2008
22:42
Must admit I prefer this to SDV... just waiting to get in again... thanks for the updates Aleman and all...
kiwi2007
02/10/2008
18:49
ale - don't forget the 16p in revenue reserve. I personally don't think they will cut this year. from finals "In relation to the dividend it is expected that the dividend for the forthcoming year should be maintained, subject to any unforeseen circumstances. This should not be taken as a forecast of profits. However, given recent well publicised dividend cuts by major financial institutions, the Board will keep this matter under close review in the forthcoming year. It should be noted however, that the Company has revenue reserves of 16.0p per share which it can utilise should the need arise." (By the way the divi was announced on the 4th sep. & went exd. 1st oct.)
oniabsta
02/10/2008
14:56
The next dividend will be announced fairly soon and will go ex-dividend quite quickly for payment at the end of this month. It will almost certainly be held at 4.4p despite the increase in last year's final dividend in July. Given a few banks paying out scrip dividends, I think cashflow will not be as good this year and I expect the final next July will be cut. By how much depends how much worse the crisis in financials gets and when the B of E wakes up to the need to cut rates. They are well behind the curve. We look like getting 0.25% off next week but that will not stop the crisis deepening. They should really be cutting 1%. I would expect we could lose 1p or 2p in total this year. That is what I expected when I bought in many months ago (was surprised at the increased final actually). I am guessing that they will be reluctant to drop it lower than 4 x 4.4p = 17.6p but failure by the B of E to adjust rate policy promptly as conditions have rapidly deteriorated could mean could we get an even deeper cut. The number I post in brackets as accumulated income is an indicator of how this trend develops. So far it doesn't look bad but doesn't look set to get any better for a while.
aleman
02/10/2008
13:41
ale When is next divi paid & how much tia. pb
pb10
29/9/2008
15:52
NAV 26/09/08 206.67p (inc. 9.47p acc. income) Close 189.5p Discount 8.7% Yield 10.4%
aleman
22/9/2008
15:18
NAV 19/09/08 215.15p (inc. 8.65p acc. income) Close 198p Discount 8.0% Yield 10.0%
aleman
15/9/2008
13:14
NAV 12/09/08 220.96p (inc. 6.67p acc. income) Close 196.75p Discount 11.0% Yield 10.0%
aleman
12/9/2008
15:58
Shares aren't listening. I reckon todays close is at a discount of around 13%. Shares should be about 15p higher if they recover to an average discount for this year.
aleman
11/9/2008
15:29
Discount over 10% yesterday as NAV jumped to highest since early June at 223p. Shares would normally be trading about 10p higher.
aleman
08/9/2008
16:35
NAV 05/09/08 210.46p (inc. 5.63p acc. income) Close 195.5p Discount 7.1% Yield 10.1%
aleman
04/9/2008
15:08
4 September 2008 Shires Income plc First Interim Dividend The Board of Shires Income plc has declared a first interim dividend of 4.4p per share in respect of the year to 31 March 2009 (first interim 2008 - 4.4p) payable on 31 October 2008 to shareholders on the register at close of business on 3 October 2008. End
aleman
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