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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
21/12/2010
14:42
21 December 2010 Shires Income PLC Second Interim Dividend The Board of Shires Income PLC has declared a second interim dividend of 3.0p per share in respect of the year to 31 March 2011 (second interim 2010 - 3.0p) payable on 31 January 2011 to shareholders on the register at close of business on 7 January 2011.
aleman
24/11/2010
11:23
RNSed 15th November.
aleman
24/11/2010
11:18
Anyone seen the 1/2 year document?
plasybryn
10/11/2010
17:37
Interim was paid 29/10/2010.
pherrom
10/11/2010
16:42
Aleman: Do you following European Assets Trust (EAT?)
plasybryn
10/11/2010
16:41
Is it the Interims tomorrow?
plasybryn
28/9/2010
09:41
The Board of Shires Income PLC has declared a first interim dividend of 3.0p per share in respect of the year to 31 March 2011 (first interim 2010 - 3.0p) payable on 29 October 2010 to shareholders on the register at close of business on 8 October 2010.
aleman
19/7/2010
14:33
NAV 16/07/10 172.94p (inc. 2.99p acc. income) Close 176.25p Premium 1.9% Yield 6.8%
aleman
08/7/2010
15:40
Ambrose has been a scaremongering pratt through this credit crunch, seemingly using lines fed to him by vested interests but that doesn't mean he doesn't occasionally get bits right. The US is in a mess and may be the world's weakest economy. GDP recovery there has been flattered by collapsing imports which is hardly a sign of internal strength. It is showing some sign of recovery but its bond market will collapse if money markets realise that it can't raise base rates any time soon while other countries are already raising. The media has a strong US bias and keeps trying to hide the problem by overblowing every bit of bad news outside the US to stop investors taking their money elsewhere and keep it in US treasuries that don't pay a decent return. If they stop buying, The Fed may resort to Q.E. again. Meanwhile, the global economy is still doing nicely, thank you. IMF raises global growth forecast - again. http://www.dailymarkets.com/forex/2010/07/07/imf-upgrades-global-growth-outlook/
aleman
28/6/2010
17:38
Aleman - what's your take on this story. This seems to have been written by an 'uber' bear, whereas your recent posts indicate that you are quite bullish on the world economy. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/ambroseevans_pritchard/7857595/RBS-tells-clients-to-prepare-for-monster-money-printing-by-the-Federal-Reserve.html
lord gnome
07/5/2010
10:48
Blue amongst a sea of red. Good performance on such a wobbly day
plasybryn
12/4/2010
14:09
NAV 09/04/10 191.60p (inc 3.25p acc. income) Close 187.5p Discount 2.2% Yield 6.4%
aleman
06/4/2010
18:54
NAV 01/04/10 193.05p (inc. 5.52p acc. income) Close 186.0p Discount 3.7% Yield 6.5%
aleman
30/3/2010
10:49
30 March 2010 Shires Income PLC Third Interim Dividend The Board of Shires Income PLC has declared a third interim dividend of 3.0p per share in respect of the year to 31 March 2010 (third interim 2009 4.4p) payable on 30 April 2010 to shareholders on the register at close of business on 9 April 2010.
aleman
29/3/2010
13:56
NAV 26/03/10 191.11p (inc. 5.28p acc. income) CLose 186.5p Discount 2.4% Yield 6.4%
aleman
22/3/2010
15:57
NAV 19/03/10 188.82p (inc. 5.42p acc. income) Close 184p Discount 2.6% Yield 6.5%
aleman
19/3/2010
12:03
March 2010 February was a good month for equities. The FTSE All-Share Index increased 3.4% in total return terms with large companies outperforming their smaller counterparts. News flow was mixed over the month. The situation in Greece worsened and it became clear that there was a lack of agreement as to whether direct aid should be made available. This uncertainty put further pressure on the euro. EU GDP was weaker than expected particularly in the case of Germany and France. In the US, payrolls fell at a time when the market was expecting a rise but the impact of this was largely offset by a decline in the jobless rate. In the UK, the Bank of England announced that it was to stop its programme of quantitative easing. This was as expected though the committee made it clear that they would resume asset purchases if they regarded it as necessary. Inflation rose steeply to 3.5% but it remains the view of the Governor of the Bank of England that this is a temporary blip and that inflation will fall back to less than 2% in two years time. The initial Q4 09 GDP reading was revised up from a disappointing 0.1% to 0.3%. More negative was the news that despite January traditionally being a strong month for tax receipts the Treasury had recorded its first deficit in January since records began. There was limited portfolio activity over the month. The holdings in GKN and Weir were topsliced and the proceeds were reinvested into Close Brothers and Schroders. No options were exercised or assigned during February.
aleman
15/3/2010
14:10
NAV 12/06/10 186.05p (inc. 4.93p acc. income) Close 179.5p Discount 3.5% Yield 6.4%
aleman
08/3/2010
15:34
Got there - 184p NAV is highest for a long time.
aleman
04/3/2010
14:35
New 18-month high NAV but shares not moving. None of my trusts are following the market up this week.
aleman
03/3/2010
14:32
Oooh - not quite, but pretty much equalled it, and the market up again today, too.
aleman
26/2/2010
14:13
Banks and insurers up strongly today. Could hit a new 18-month high on NAV.
aleman
19/2/2010
14:34
NAV picking up nicely this week. Shares not doing much as yet.
aleman
27/1/2010
11:30
http://www.shiresincome.co.uk/ January 2010 December was a fairly quiet month. Macroeconomic news flow was mixed. The markets chose to focus on the positives and equities generated further positive returns. The FTSE All-Share Index returned 4.3% and large companies outperformed their smaller counterparts with the FTSE 100 Index rising 4.4%. This ensured that the major indices ended 2009 at their year highs. There was positive news when it was announced that Dubai World would receive a US$10bn bail out from neighbouring Abu Dhabi. This removed the fear that the Emirate's problems would trigger further difficulties in the global economy. The potential for further negative shocks was demonstrated by the decision to downgrade Greece's credit rating and to revise Spain's downwards. In both the UK and US, employment data was better than had been expected though in the UK at least it was the more volatile part-time rather than full-time jobs that boosted the overall numbers in employment. The Bank of England made no changes either to interest rates or the programme of quantitative easing. One new holding was added to the portfolio during the month. Cobham, which operates in the aerospace and defence industry. It is focused in a number of niches that are critical to the development of many major future platforms. It combines a high level of long-term recurring income, significant intellectual property backing and a strong balance sheet. Features which appear to be being largely ignored by the market as it focuses on the uncertainty surrounding future levels of defence spending. Markets continue to rise, appetite for risk is at above-average levels and negative news flow appears to have an impact only in the short term. However, it is the case that the highly stimulatory conditions currently being experienced globally will have to be withdrawn eventually. In the UK there is a clear need for very significant fiscal tightening, monetary policy may be able to accommodate some of this but the outlook is difficult. Investors would seem to be pricing in future positive news flow, and the reaction to announcements that companies expect to exceed market expectations are often muted at best. It is unclear if we face the threat of inflation, deflation or neither, but it is clear that the potential for disappointment to cause a set back in the markets is real. We will continue to focus on investing in good quality companies with sound balance where we regard the valuations to be attractive in the long term.
aleman
18/1/2010
16:08
For those of you who also cover Glasgow Income Trust (GLS) it is now known as Troy Income & Growth Fund trading under EPIC TIGT. This is also part of the Aberdeen stable. They have lowered the risk, reduced the income slightly, but improved the chance of growth. Been performing quite well recently.
plasybryn
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