Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Temple Bar Investment Trust Plc LSE:TMPL London Ordinary Share GB0008825324 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -16.00 -1.53% 1,030.00 1,917,266 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,032.00 1,034.00 1,050.00 1,032.00 1,042.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 12.69 8.72 12.55 82.1 689
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:44:59 O 3,394 1,033.757 GBX

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2021-09-17 16:50:161,033.763,39435,085.71O
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2021-09-17 16:49:261,030.131,02910,600.02O
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Temple Bar Investment Daily Update: Temple Bar Investment Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TMPL. The last closing price for Temple Bar Investment was 1,046p.
Temple Bar Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,032p and a 12 week average price of 1,008p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,182p while the 1 year low share price is currently 633p.
There are currently 66,872,765 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 145,758 shares. The market capitalisation of Temple Bar Investment Trust Plc is £688,789,479.50.
poikka: TMPL have been making some good bets, recently. They needed to...
johnwig: I'm very grateful to Merryn Somerset Webb. She pointed me, and many others I'm sure, in the direction of TMPL in early October in the FT. After due diligence I fancied it a lot and bought a lot. 40+% up in a couple of months is very welcome. She also pointed in the direction of NWG, now up 15%. I think I should subscribe to her publication! She's a very clever woman.
topazfrenzy: Excellent share to be holding medium to long term this one, great divi paid quarterly
panshanger1: It's all bout stock picking !I think Nick Train over at FGT is a value investor- buying under appreciated cos at a reasonable price where they can sustain earnings growth over the long term Don't see many tech cos in his trust and he has a superb track record
vacendak: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/temple-bar-inv-tst--tmpl-/prn/change-of-investment-manager-and-dividend-outlook/20200923070000P4AC5/ RWC has been announced as the new ship captain. Same remit as before, value and mostly UK; so just a change of manager in the end. They expect "value" to come back in style, so the board has chosen to carry one with the philosophy. The only change is a cut to the dividend and a return to dividend growth when affordable. This is a sensible decision. As the months go by, I am growing more suspicious of that "dividend hero" fad. They take over in October, so there is less than a month for the current team to squander money on magic beans.
vacendak: Witan Pacific has gone through a similar situation of late: Poor performance, mandate review... and then one day, an RNS announced the trust was being handed to Baillie Gifford for a new Growth/China only investment trust. The only previous announcement had been around the end of last year when the Board had indicated its displeasure and given one year before liquidating and exiting at NAV if the performance did not improve against the benchmark. While I will likely stay with Baillie Gifford when WPC is transfered, the shareholders were only told of the changes as "fait accompli". Sure we can try to vote the proposal down, but the whole thing has already been arranged with the institutional shareholders, so basically a perfunctory vote. TMPL is different in the sense that, even if you do not know what is going on, at least you know that something is going on! :) That being said, while the whole process is going through, the Witan Pacific managers have not been making any drastic changes. It is indeed odd that TMPL would take on "new challenges" prior to a change of mandate... unless they already know they will keep the reins after all.
poikka: I thought that you were referring a TMPL report. Ok, so how do you know that TMPL sold all their Grafton, as their website refers to the most recent Factsheet as being June, where Grafton still featured?
vraic: Mundy left 17/4 Notice served 20/4 Deadline 30/6 Need an update from Directors on the future of TMPL
vacendak: Well, that definitely puts TMPL out of my watchlist. I was tempted to buy the dip and give Mundy the benefit of the doubt. Glad I did not do so. Sustainable value and climate change is too much of a niche, a niche which of course is more than likely associated with Millenials. Millenials when they invest go for ETFs not investment trusts. Https://www.whatinvestment.co.uk/investment-trusts-are-top-of-holdings-for-older-isa-investors-2617881/ I bet there is already quite a plethora of ETFS with "Green", "Fair Trade" and avocado flavoured names. Why refocus this trust with this new mandate is beyond me. All the ITs I hold now have the perfunctory couple of pages about ESG in their AR, but so far have not dumped, or rushed into, any stock with regards to the matter. Me? I am getting old. Give me big oil, tobacco and weapon manufacturers any time. Wind farms and batteries will surely kill the 2.0 litre diesel engine, but they will not make plastics. As for the other two, sin and war are here to stay.
chc15: battered obviously, so i'm adding in the share plan daily..
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