Trading Emissions Dividends - TRE

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Trading Emis TRE London Ordinary Share GB00B073G363 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 0.7575 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.7575 01:00:00
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Trading Emissions TRE Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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praipus: Trading Emissions PLC 20 December 2016 Trading Emissions PLC Distribution Trading Emissions PLC (the "Company") announces a distribution of capital to Shareholders of 2.5 pence per Share, equivalent to approximately GBP6.25 million ("the Distribution"). The distribution will be paid on 13 January 2017 to Shareholders recorded on the register on 30 December 2016. The Shares will be marked ex on 29 December 2016.
praipus: So arbitration over, expenses caovered(?) back on to the distributions:)
jimbo3352: Liberum estimated the NAV per share in March 2014 at 20.6p per share which would suggest a rather smaller surplus over the share price. The private equity holdings have been progressively written down over the years. As a long suffering holder, it would be nice to think there was something more to come.
cousin jack: Ginger If as you say an update won't be a buy recommendation why will this give a bit if a fillip to the share price? Surely the reverse applies !
grahamg8: Following the cash dstribution there was some share price weakness. But now we seem to be in an up trend. Eventually this will reach my target price, but not for quite some time yet. Plenty of value still to be unlocked IMO. DYOR.
spob: get it while you can blonde parasite hope the share price doesn't fall more than the dividend for you tomorrow morning or in the next few days
azalea: S.Thompson has repeated his 'BUY' stance today:- Post the return in cash of 15p per share to shareholders, the adjusted share price of 19p is trading at a "hefty 50% discount to pro-forma book value of around 37p, that discount is still too deep given the scope for further capital returns, especially as the company is actively looking to dispose of its portfolio of carbon and private equity investments. from my lens, fair value is nearer 40p. As I said in a previous post this is money for old rope. I am amazed that PI have not latched on to this company with both hands. This is an opportunity for some to sell their dead beat holdings{as I have} and use the money to buy TRE and recoup some of the losses.
blondeamon: Just tipped by Simon Thompson in IC: "Trading Emissions' adjusted share price of 19p is trading at a hefty 50 per cent discount to pro-forma book value of around 37p, of which around 9p could be in cash. That discount is still too deep given the scope for further capital returns, especially as the company is actively looking to dispose of its portfolio of carbon and private equity investments. From my lens, fair value is nearer 40p a share and I maintain my positive stance." Here we go!!
rooky4: I.C. have been pushing this at least since 2008 (at least 5 recommendations that year when it was around 140p). Then, e.g. From Investors Chronicle, 12 August 2009:- ============= SHARE TIP UPDATE A £12.8m share buy-back programme has helped push Trading Emissions' share price well ahead of our recommendation price. But, at 101p, its share price still remains well below net asset value and stockbroker KBC Peel Hunt thinks the shares are worth 122p each. Still a buy. ============ how can they still claim any credibility for recommendations on TRE is beyond me (and this is my worst investment so far in %age terms).
crosswire: Trading Emissions soars after making case for the defence Fri 09 Dec 2011 TRE - Trading Emissions Latest Prices Name Price % Trading Emissions 22.25p +20.27% FTSE AIM 100 3,150 +0.53% FTSE AIM All-Share 700 +0.34% Financial Services 4,564 +0.33% LONDON (SHARECAST) - AIM-listed investment company Trading Emmissions (TRE) has sought to reassure investors following a year in which the stock has lost 81% of its value. TRE's main strategy is to buy "emissions assets", these can range from projects designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to energy efficiency solutions. The price of these permits has been falling significantly recently, leading to a 30% drop in TRE's net asset value (NAV) between June and October. In a statement today TRE says it notes "notes the recent material fall in the share price of the ompany, and the price of carbon related securities." In its defence Trading Emissions issues an updated NAV position. It's group NAV per share was 76.7p as of 6 December, down from 121.08p at the end of June. This is a drop of 37%, implying the rate of decline has slowed. It also says it values its private equity portfolio at £149.9m (although this was the June figure). TRE's carbon portfolio stands at £16m as of the 6 December with cash balances at £50.1m. The cash position is expected to improve which is expected to grow after a in early 2012 after a loan repayment to the firm from one of its portfolio companies. TRE says it has "sufficient cash resources to meet its current obligations and as previously announced the board is overseeing the orderly realisation of the assets of the Company". This statement saw the share price climb 20% by 09:45 to 22.24p.
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