Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Standard Life LSE:SL. London Ordinary Share GB00BVFD7Q58 ORD 12 2/9P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 410.80 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
413.60 413.70
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 18,729.00 789.00 18.70 22.0 8,132
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 410.80 GBX

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rjmahan: Try uex, liquidating 55p share should return 70-80p in 7-15 months via tender offers.
skyship: Price to book and increasing moves to transparency and dividends. I see however that Japan has rallied a little too far, so won't enter at this stage.
skyship: 25% CASH, so casting around for VALUE my eyes alighted again on NBDG! I saw that the NAV unaccountably jumped 3.3% on the 11th February – from 81.82p to 84.56p; then on to 85.02p on the 12th. The 4th Feb. Qtly Update (for Q4’19) states “The investment manager’s current expectation is to distribute 80%-85% of 31st Dec’19 NAV in 2020 and the remainder in 2021.” – see link below. With the offer price of 69.1p the NAV discount = 18.73%. It's easy to do the numbers for the possible return, making quite conservative assumptions: # Achieve 80p on an average date of end Dec'20: 18.1% # Achieve 77.5p on an average date of end Dec'20: 14.0% # Achieve 75p on an average date of end Dec'20: 9.8% I know the investment management of NBDD has been pretty disastrous; and if NB Partners had any honour they would waive their 1.5% management fee hereon in. That won’t happen of course; but in any event at this low level I’m prepared to make a small allocation.
skyship: Looks like the last stages of the LSR liquidation. Could be worth taking a few on board on a dull day, though not a lot in it:
pvb: You may no longer be interested but Dunedin is making another return of capital: HTTPS://
tiltonboy: They have been in liquidation mode for a couple of years. Kilada Hills, Aristo, and to a lesser extent Kea Island are key to the outcome. The company expect to see significant value arise during the development of Kilada, which would be accretive to NAV, but they have hardly got a good track record. Even if they only deliver 50% of the current NAV, it would be a 50% increase in the current share price. Mind the fees, however!
hugepants: Anyone looked at Macau Property Fund? It's currently in windup mode. They announced contracts to sell their largest property at 15% above book value a couple of weeks ago. Last NAV was 250p, current share price is 190p. This property being sold is worth 50% of the market cap. They say will proceeds of the sale to shareholders.
chessman2: I think the share price will go higher after August as SL have not paid a heavy price for Aberdeen. I believe SL have got a good deal out of this. The divi will continue to be good so I will continue to hold.
underhill2: Chinese Investor - Could not agree more than with the previous poster. Share prices go up and down. Sometimes for no obvious reason. You need to take a medium/ Long term view of your investment and not comment daily whether a target price has or has not been met. For example saying 440p soon means nothing unless you are trading shares on a daily basis.
enami: I missed this RNS buried among the many other regulatory announcements we get every day. Now we have date for the completion of the merger on 14 August. Apologies if that was already known, I cannot recall seeing it published elsewhere. 25 July 2017 Standard Life plc ("Standard Life") Aberdeen Asset Management PLC ("Aberdeen") Announcement of UK Regulatory Approval for Merger Standard Life and Aberdeen are pleased to announce that the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority have confirmed their approval to enable the merger between the two groups to proceed. The transaction remains subject to certain regulatory approvals in other jurisdictions and to final approval at a Court hearing scheduled for 11 August 2017. The merger is currently expected to complete on 14 August 2017. Chart target for that date is 451, just 11 points away from the current share price Prudent to put a profit slicing order at 450 I think as nobody can predict what will happen with the merged entity. WEEKLY CHART free stock charts from
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