Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Twentyfour Income Fund Limited LSE:TFIF London Ordinary Share GG00B90J5Z95 ORD RED 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.97% 102.00 398,297 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
102.00 102.50 103.00 102.00 102.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 37.43 127.00 24.99 4.1 519
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:26 O 100,000 102.50 GBX

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Twentyfour Income Daily Update: Twentyfour Income Fund Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TFIF. The last closing price for Twentyfour Income was 103p.
Twentyfour Income Fund Limited has a 4 week average price of 100p and a 12 week average price of 100p.
The 1 year high share price is 117p while the 1 year low share price is currently 100p.
There are currently 508,514,809 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 941,803 shares. The market capitalisation of Twentyfour Income Fund Limited is £518,685,105.18.
jong: XD today. 2.27p per share paid on 6th May.
peterbill: From the Sunday Teleghaph .... With rising inflation and interest rates, there have been some big losses in government bond markets over the last two months, confirming the old truism that even when it comes to government debt, there is no such thing as a “risk free asset” – much as HM Treasury might want you to believe otherwise. Since the middle of December, for instance, the price of a 10-year UK gilt has fallen by nearly 8pc, more than doubling the effective yield on the security to 1.5pc. That may not seem much of a loss by the standards of equity markets, where volatility of this magnitude is relatively common, but for government bonds it is a major move, and quite a shock to pension funds required by regulatory dictat to match burgeoning liabilities with assets which are supposedly completely bullet proof - by which regulators mean mainly top rated government bonds.
ammons: Solid, steady, boring, reliable income.... Sounds good to me. I am holding off through fear of Russia incursion into Ukraine. During 2020 I was not looking at retirement but now I am. This is the sort of share I need to supplement my income.
scburbs: So an investor in March 2018 hasn’t done very well but is still up (“wonderful investment chap(s)”) and an investor in March 2020 has done really well (wonderful investment chap(s)). Most investors over the last 5 years have probably purchased between 110 and 120 with the price being relative stable and the dividend yield decent. Solid investment chaps.
cc2014: #125. It depends on whether the fund contains fixed rate bonds or floating rate bonds. A fund holding fixed rate bonds will fall in price whereas a fund containing floating rate debt should remain unchanged (because if interest rates go up by 0.25%, the rate the bondholder gets charged goes up by 0.25%). However, that starts from the premise that the bonds the fund holds are appropriately valued and not puffed up beyond all reason by QE. The BOE announced last week it is reversing QE on it's holding of corporate bonds. As it sells these bonds bond prices should all other things being equal fall because supply and demand of bonds is changing. One also has to consider whether rises in interest rates will cause any defaults on the bonds held in the fund, so very broadly a rise in interest rates by a quarter of a percent makes very little difference but a rise of say 1.5% over a short period of time or a larger increase in rates introduces more credit risk.
peterbill: Have been looking at this with a view to add to my portfolio. I note that some are some here are leaving because of the proposed merger with UKML ... hTTps:// I note that on their website they say ... “Due to the predominantly floating rate nature of the portfolio, returns are expected to increase as interest rates rise.” Central Banks raising interest rates to combat inflation should have an adverse effect on the corporate bond/debt market ... won’t this have a negative impact on the share price?
cc2014: This is a great deal for UKML shareholders but doesn't seem so great to me for TFIF holders. I will be interested to see if this goes through or whether TFIF shareholders vote against it or continue to sell out.
cwa1: Re: Dividend Announcement The Directors of TwentyFour Income Fund Limited have declared that a dividend will be payable in respect of quarter end 31 December 2021 as follows: Ex Dividend Date 20 January 2022 Record Date 21 January 2022 Payment Date 4 February 2022 Dividend per Share 1.50 pence (Sterling)
cwa1: The Directors of TwentyFour Income Fund Limited have declared that a dividend will be payable in respect of quarter end 30 September 2021 as follows: Ex Dividend Date 21 October 2021 Record Date 22 October 2021 Payment Date 5 November 2021 Dividend per Share 1.50 pence (Sterling)
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