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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Value And Income Trust Plc VIN London Ordinary Share GB0008484718 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-2.00 -1.06% 186.50 16:35:28
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
191.00 186.50 191.00 186.50 188.50
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EQUITY INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS

Value And Income VIN Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
06/11/20201GBX2.930/03/202030/09/202031/12/202004/01/202129/01/20210
10/09/20201GBX2.901/03/202030/06/202001/10/202002/10/202030/10/20200
21/07/20201GBX3.431/03/201931/03/202030/07/202031/07/202028/08/202012.1
01/11/20191GBX2.931/08/201931/12/201926/03/202027/03/202024/04/20200
01/11/20191GBX2.930/03/201930/09/201902/01/202003/01/202031/01/20200
11/09/20191GBX2.902/03/201930/06/201926/09/201927/09/201925/10/20190
05/06/2019FinalGBX3.431/03/201831/03/201927/06/201928/06/201926/07/201911.8
30/10/20181GBX2.831/08/201831/12/201828/03/201929/03/201926/04/20190
30/10/20181GBX2.830/03/201830/09/201827/12/201828/12/201825/01/20190
11/09/20181GBX2.802/03/201830/06/201827/09/201828/09/201826/10/20180
29/05/2018FinalGBX3.331/03/201731/03/201828/06/201829/06/201827/07/201811.4
02/11/20171GBX2.731/08/201731/12/201729/03/201830/03/201827/04/20180
02/11/20171GBX2.730/03/201730/09/201728/12/201729/12/201726/01/20180
29/08/20171GBX2.702/03/201730/06/201728/09/201729/09/201727/10/20170
25/05/2017FinalGBX3.231/03/201631/03/201729/06/201730/06/201728/04/201711
02/11/2016InterimGBX2.631/08/201631/12/201630/03/201731/03/201728/04/20170
01/11/2016InterimGBX2.630/03/201630/09/201629/12/201630/12/201627/01/20170
24/08/2016InterimGBX2.601/03/201630/06/201629/09/201630/09/201628/10/20160
02/06/2016FinalGBX631/03/201531/03/201616/06/201617/06/201615/07/201610.5
05/11/2015InterimGBX4.531/03/201531/03/201603/12/201504/12/201504/01/20160
03/06/2015FinalGBX4.731/03/201431/03/201518/06/201519/06/201517/07/20159
05/11/2014InterimGBX4.331/03/201431/03/201504/12/201405/12/201402/01/20150
06/06/2014FinalGBX4.431/03/201331/03/201418/06/201420/06/201418/07/20148.5
05/11/2013InterimGBX4.131/03/201331/03/201404/12/201306/12/201303/01/20140
28/05/2013FinalGBX4.531/03/201231/03/201319/06/201321/06/201319/07/20138.5
06/11/2012InterimGBX431/03/201231/03/201305/12/201207/12/201204/01/20130
28/05/2012FinalGBX4.1531/03/201131/03/201220/06/201222/06/201220/07/20128.05
04/11/2011InterimGBX3.931/03/201131/03/201207/12/201109/12/201106/01/20120
24/05/2011FinalGBX431/03/201031/03/201115/06/201117/06/201115/07/20117.8
03/11/2010InterimGBX3.831/03/201031/03/201108/12/201010/12/201007/01/20110
19/05/2010FinalGBX3.831/03/200931/03/201016/06/201018/06/201016/07/20107.6
02/11/2009InterimGBX3.831/03/200931/03/201009/12/200911/12/200908/01/20100
18/05/2009FinalGBX3.731/03/200831/03/200917/06/200919/06/200917/07/20097.5
06/11/2008InterimGBX3.831/03/200831/03/200910/12/200812/12/200809/01/20090
28/05/2008FinalGBX3.731/03/200731/03/200818/06/200820/06/200818/07/20087.4
30/10/2007InterimGBX3.731/03/200731/03/200812/12/200714/12/200712/01/20080
21/05/2007FinalGBX3.531/03/200631/03/200720/06/200722/06/200712/07/20076.7
06/11/2006InterimGBX3.230/03/200630/09/200606/12/200608/12/200605/01/20070
22/05/2006FinalGBX3.331/03/200531/03/200621/06/200623/06/200613/07/20066.4
31/10/2005InterimGBX3.130/03/200530/09/200507/12/200509/12/200506/01/20060
17/05/2005FinalGBX3.231/03/200431/03/200515/06/200517/06/200513/07/20056.2
29/10/2004InterimGBX330/03/200430/09/200408/12/200410/12/200407/01/20050
17/05/2004FinalGBX331/03/200331/03/200416/06/200418/06/200412/07/20046
31/10/2003InterimGBX330/03/200330/09/200310/12/200312/12/200302/01/20040
09/05/2003FinalGBX2.931/03/200231/03/200318/06/200320/06/200308/07/20035.8
25/10/2002InterimGBX2.930/03/200230/09/200211/12/200213/12/200203/01/20030
03/05/2002FinalGBX2.831/03/200131/03/200219/06/200221/06/200208/07/20025.6
19/10/2001InterimGBX2.830/03/200130/09/200105/12/200107/12/200103/01/20020
11/05/2001FinalGBX2.731/03/200031/03/200106/06/200108/06/200103/07/20015.4
13/10/2000InterimGBX2.730/03/200030/09/200013/11/200017/11/200005/01/20010
12/05/2000FinalGBX2.631/03/199931/03/200005/06/200009/06/200017/07/20005.2
15/10/1999InterimGBX2.630/03/199930/09/199915/11/199919/11/199905/01/20000
14/05/1999FinalGBX2.531/03/199831/03/199907/06/199911/06/199909/07/19995
16/10/1998InterimGBX2.530/03/199830/09/199816/11/199820/11/199806/01/19990
08/05/1998FinalGBX2.431/03/199731/03/199808/06/199812/06/199810/07/19984.8

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
10/11/2020
20:41
2wild: Lol yes 25% discount. Sold out today at 180p following near 20% recent rise and 1p spread. Added to MNG on a 10% covered dividend .
07/11/2020
08:14
spectoacc: Interesting digging, thanks @topvest. Not sure why you're not getting any downticks for those tho, think I must have been harder on Woodford :) Comments: 1. The bingo hall & short leasehold roadside sales are a superb bit of dealing - hats off to them, I'd have predicted 18% down not 18% up. Small beer, but excellent. 2. Agree re lack of clarity on accounts, but not just that: outright obfuscation. 3. To add to that: "These three properties were valued at end-September at 1.4% above their total purchase price excluding costs." Um, so costs aren't relevant? 5% stamp duty at the top end, and 5-6% overall generally the costs figure. So they're 3.6%+ down so far, not 1.4% up. You want to be paying 5% below "valuation" just to account for costs. What they've said may be strictly correct, but it's misleading. How many know how large a bite the costs take on purchase. 4. The Oakshott shenanigans - we still don't know what's going on/went on, and he's a major shareholder 5. Now add the OLIM shenanigans - since when does a fee-earning equity manager resign. And as you say - what happens next. 6. What are VIN worth as a property co - REITs are on equivalent discounts atm, tho whether VIN would be an LXI or an AIRE is relevant.
06/11/2020
12:06
spectoacc: Not sure how they're managing those rent collection stats, but fair play to them if true. Divi perhaps not getting cut then, but certainly not going anywhere for a long time.
06/11/2020
10:37
topvest: I didn't read it that way. Read it with this: The conclusion of the review of our investment policy is that we will make modest use of the power to distribute from capital reserves in the short term, but thereafter we will aim to rebuild the cover for the dividend. This will be assisted by the refinancing of the 11% Debenture Stock at a net interest rate of 3.17%, as detailed in the 2020 Annual Report, but will mainly be achieved by an increase in the property portfolio which is producing a high and reliable yield as reflected in the property report in the Interim Report, with 96% of rents collected over the past six months, 100% over the past quarter, and a robust capital performance.
06/11/2020
07:43
spectoacc: "The conclusion of the review of our investment policy is that we will make modest use of the power to distribute from capital reserves in the short term, but thereafter we will aim to rebuild the cover for the dividend." That's saying they're going to cut the divi, unless I'm misreading it?
15/10/2020
15:25
charlesdb: Too many pubs. Absolutely. Imagine you were CEO of a pub chain, suffering under the cosh of Covid. Would you agree to inflation linked rent reviews? Not a chance in my opinion. Same applies to leisure. The property market will have to undergo changes but The Board of VIN either don't seem to understand, or are not being honest with shareholders. I believe the latter. Solid covenants don't mean that the tenants are naive. VIN are highly geared which is great if you can more than cover the borrowings with rent receipts and have money over to pay shareholders dividends. i think VIN may be in trouble on their property portfolio, but let's see. It's an interesting case study.
14/10/2020
07:53
spectoacc: Back to retest support for the 4th time. Have a tiny residual holding in VIN, & keep eye on it to one day buy again in size, but agree with your points @topvest. However, far from convinced their property is going to be as good going forward. Scanning back through the 2020 Report - page 22 here: Https://www.olim.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/VIT-2020-Annual-Report-web.pdf they have 11 pubs & 4 leisure, out of 26 assets. In value terms, pubs roughly equals industrials, with Leisure another 50% of that. All the covenants are good, the tenants solid (eg Greene King, MAB, Shepherd Neame) but - just no. The "Leisure" could more accurately be described as "Bowling" [Edit - see below] (but at least isn't cinemas), & the closest they get to retail is a bunch of Co-ops. But that's too many pubs in this market IMO. [Edit - half the Leisure is actually bingo, other half is bowling. And can argue a fair bit in price already on this discount. But there'll surely be some hefty NAV downgrades to come on the property side, more so if there's some pub CVA's.].
12/9/2020
07:05
spectoacc: Missed that, but isn't it all a little bizarre? The sudden exit. The votes against at the AGM. Now he's back as a non-exec - why not an exec? How can he be non-exec of VIN, yet Chairman of OLIM, which manages the property? Or is that why he's non-exec? Is he representing his 24% shareholding, or OLIM? Need to look back through the property holdings but there's at least a few worrying ones.
16/8/2020
13:05
charlesdb: "Leverage may be used where it is believed that the assets funded by borrowed monies will generate a return in excess of the cost of borrowing. As a proportion of the assets are invested in commercial property an external valuer, Savills plc (or another appropriately qualified valuer) will independently revalue the properties in the portfolio every six months on or around 31 March and 30 September respectively." The above are quotes from the latest disclosure document. Leverage: "Will the income of the trust, in this age of dividend cuts and rent arrears be sufficient to cover interest from borrowings. Property valuations: Will the estimates offer a true valuation of the property assets. Do Savills really know the true valuation ? How reliable will the valuations be? Too many danger signs for me, cynic that I am. As I still have a few shares in VIN, after selling the bulk of them last month after using up my CGT allowance, I shall watch and wait with interest; but as an income stock, which is why I held this IT in the first place, the problems are compounded by the problems of the property holdings imo. The prospects of this company have now become highly speculative.
05/7/2020
10:19
ceaserxzy: Has this trust stopped paying the June quarter dividend? There is no news about either the dividend cancellation or a dividend declaration which was due in June.
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