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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The European Investment Trust Plc LSE:EUT London Ordinary Share GB0003295010 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 861.00 856.00 866.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 14.5 13.4 31.0 27.8 347

The European Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/6/2006
11:10
Aparently when the French first started buying water companies they used to wait for Ofwat to have a go let the share price drop then buy 29% in the market easy if you are/can be a long term.
praipus
08/6/2006
10:56
Well Severn Trent certainly is an example of the monopolistic status of the water companies. However, despite recent Ofwat action I think Severn Trent might still get a 'surprise ' or two from Ofwat. Unfortunately they deserve it...
krishall
08/6/2006
10:49
Friday ....thanks ...lol Krishall regret to say I do not know and can only guess at the influencing factors: Utilities have always been seen as a bit boring so tend to get mistakenly undervalued IMHO. They are more politicaly sensitive, water being an emotive subject. But these are to be balanced with the fact that utilities have monopolistic status, asset rich business's and are usually able to pay a gently increasing dividend. Lastly IMHO the economic cycle points to utilities being in favour so their recent fall is baffling...the premium on the recent BWG takeover was the highest paid so far!
praipus
08/6/2006
09:53
P... sorry in advance ... couldn't resist this answer .... the answer is Friday !! Seriously though .... what's your personal opinion on why he discount is >20%? Rgs, KH
krishall
08/6/2006
08:51
Undiluted NAV up £2.27 and discount 21% according to splitsonline though wonder what tomorrows will be.
praipus
07/6/2006
09:15
Undiluted NAV £2.2456 and discount 20% according to splitsonline.
praipus
06/6/2006
09:04
Interesting question. Have seen other trusts combat excessive discount to NAV with cash offers etc...for example ECWC is offering a 50% cash tender offer in July next year to Capital Share holders. Does this answer your question ?
praipus
06/6/2006
08:54
agreed- NAV looking good. But when was the last time you saw a trust sell off and dish out to holders because the NAV discount was big. ?
pyman
06/6/2006
08:48
http://www.splitsonline.co.uk say NAV now £2.24, BAA takeover looks nearly settled so bit surprised the SP's moving south. Upside down head and shoulders forming to imply futher share price upside likely...IMHO.
praipus
02/6/2006
13:19
Next NAV statement could be good with BAA takeover battle included IMHO.
praipus
02/6/2006
13:04
18% undiluted discount to NAV +3% dividend + significant BAA holding good news strong buy IMHO. http://www.splitsonline.co.uk http://www.trustnet.co.uk http://www.premierfunds.co.uk/index1.htm Top ten investments http://www.trustnet.co.uk/it/funds/?fund=30841
praipus
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