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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
  0.75 0.71% 106.50 326,024 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
105.50 107.50 107.50 107.50 107.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 27.17 6.97 1.73 61.6 542
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:40:00 O 400,000 106.00 GBX

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16/1/2021
08:20
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 105.75p.
Twentyfour Income Fund Limited has a 4 week average price of 104p and a 12 week average price of 103p.
The 1 year high share price is 115.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 74.20p.
There are currently 508,514,809 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,081,795 shares. The market capitalisation of Twentyfour Income Fund Limited is £541,568,271.59.
11/5/2018
18:30
caradog: @annwyn @asmodeus Many thanks, a share for the ISA, then.
10/5/2018
05:36
jonwig: You can't access the TFIF website if you tick the box saying you're a private investor. (So you need to say you're a professional!) However, a month or so back, this share was tipped by the Telegraph's Questor column!
09/5/2018
19:39
asmodeus: Further to Jonwig's comment I have had no trouble buying investment trusts of many types since Mifud - provided that I have looked up the KID and confirm reading and understanding it, and that the Broker also looks it up and makes sure I have understood it. And surely it is us retail investors whom "euronanny" is trying to protect, but not by going to the extent of refusing to let you buy the fund at all? And didn't you have to look up the KID etc. with your new fund? If you want to get back in to TFIF, I would get back to Halifax and make quite sure they know what they're doing - or try another Broker.
09/5/2018
17:17
carterit: Unfortunately forced to sell my holding in TFIF due to MIFUD II as halifax online will not allow any more purchases of the fund,though would allow me to continue to hold what i had previously bought. As i primarily bought them with dividend reinvestment and the compounding effect of such an investment,and didn't want to take the income for a good few years yet,i have now reluctantly sold and bought another fund that is curently available though halifax online,also pays a quarterly dividend in months 1,4,7 and 10 and produces a yield in the range 6-7%,i have now switched to that.
18/10/2017
09:12
wirralowl: Positive article in Moneyweek on TFIF & SMIF: hTTp://moneyweek.com/when-dull-is-good-in-income-investing/
19/8/2016
12:55
8w: Will be interesting to see what the demand for new shares is. I do not know if a target has been set for the fund raise. I do not think TFIF raised as much as had been hoped for on the continuation of the Trust.
19/8/2016
12:04
pimsim: Davebowler. Thanks for posting. It is difficult to put a case for buying floating rate MBS securities at the moment and I am not entirely convinced by the arguments put forward above. Yes they are cheap relative to other FI but, as usual, cheap for a reason. The phrase 'investors will be able to lock into attractive yields with the potential for capital appreciation as spreads tighten' seems a bit rich given the risk of the BOE / ECB lowering interest rates even further. Fair value losses and reduced income streams from further falls in LIBOR will quickly erase any price rises from spread tightening.
08/2/2016
12:37
wirralowl: Received all docs over the weekend from selftrade...will be taking up my basic entitlement, at least, at 101p. TFIF hosted a webinar presentation today, which gives a nice update of where they're currently at - well worth a listen: hxxp://www.twentyfouram.com/news/twentyfour-income-fund-webinar-08022016
27/1/2015
09:57
davebowler: ¢ NAV as at 23 Jan: 118.47 XD (119.97) compared to 118.18 (XD 119.68) as of 16 Jan. Investec insight ¢ TFIF went ex-dividend very well, with the price not falling post the ex-date, the NAV appears to be ticking up and should provide another strong year of returns for investors. ¢ The fund’s NAV has held up remarkably well during each recent bout of volatility and looks to be well supported by the European ABS QE program along with improving underlying in the Spanish and peripheral SME and housing markets.
24/11/2014
09:47
davebowler: Investec; Twenty Four Income Fund (TFIF) Half year to 30 September 2014 ¢ NAV total return +6.54%, with two dividends of 2.63pps and 1.5pps respectively paid during the period. ¢ The Board believes the outlook for the company remains robust: “before the end of 2014 it is anticipated that the ECB will begin its ABS Purchase Programme, which will be supportive of prices throughout the European ABS market, and which further enhances the reputation of an asset class that has recently enjoyed material changes in regulatory treatment”. Investec Insight ¢ We wrote two weeks ago about the likely impact of the ECB’s ABS Purchase Programme. Please contact us for the note. ¢ TFIF is the only pure ABS fund in the sector and, like the Board, we believe the fund is well positioned to benefit from the ECB’s actions. We think the Purchase Programme could help TFIF deliver out-sized returns. ¢ The fund is trading at a premium of c.7.3%, and while we are normally hesitant to buy funds at a rich premium, we think this rating is deserved and sustainable because of the strong fundamentals around the asset class. ¢ TFIF is also paying a healthy level of dividend (5.5%) relative to other “vanilla”; fixed income products which, in our view, helps justify the premium rating too.
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