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Companies: NewRiver REIT plc
Regional REIT’s (RGL’s) post-pandemic recovery in new lettings paused in H123, as occupiers adopted a cautious ‘wait and see’ approach, although rents increased and the strong ‘return to the office’ supports RGL’s expectation that leasing will accelerate. With DPS lowered to match reduced income prospects, the shares have fallen sharply, maintaining a sector-high dividend yield. Including asset sales focused on low-income properties, our forecasts show the rebased dividend to be fully covered an
Companies: Regional REIT Ltd.
NextEnergy Storage Fund now has 100 operational assets with a combined installed capacity of 933MW and exclusivity over, or ownership of the project rights for, most of its c£500m pipeline of domestic and international solar and energy storage assets. H1/24 performance was robust, with power generation in line with budget and the 36MW Whitecross solar farm energised. The first sale from the asset recycling programme has been completed post-period, with the proceeds being used to reduce short-ter
Companies: NextEnergy Solar Fund Ltd
In our last review of Henderson Far East Income (HFEL) in July, Attractive yield despite modest dividend increase, we drew attention to the dividend increase from what is comfortably the highest yielding fund in the AIC Asia Pacific Equity Income sector. It was pleasing to see that in the company’s published full year results to the end of August, the dividends paid by the company were covered and that over £1m was added to the revenue reserves over this period. In this note we examine the drive
Companies: Henderson Far East Income LTD GBP
Companies: DSW Capital Plc
Our new Fund Insight report series breaks down the strategies and performance of listed funds. This investment trust research is available to all readers.
Companies: JPMorgan Global Growth & Income PLC GBP
Georgia Capital’s (GCAP’s) NAV per share in Georgian lari total return (TR) terms remained broadly stable in Q222 (a 0.2% increase) after absorbing the impact from lower public market multiples and higher discount rates in Q122 (when NAV per share declined by 16.5% in TR terms). Having said that, the continued appreciation of the Georgian lari against sterling (driven by the strong local economy) resulted in a solid 14.4% NAV TR in sterling terms in Q222 (-2.1% in H122). We also note that the sh
Companies: Georgia Capital Plc
Personal Group’s interims show strong growth momentum, with revenue up by 34% and EBITDA increasing by 75%. Given strong new insurance sales have continued at the start of H2 and retention levels have remained robust, the group is confident in meeting full-year expectations. The balance sheet remains strong (H1 net cash of £22.6m) and confidence in the outlook is reflected in the 10% increase to the interim dividend. Overall, this is an encouraging set of results and underlines the resilience of
Companies: Personal Group Holdings Plc
Companies: Ramsdens Holdings PLC
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In its Q323 trading update, Secure Trust Bank (STB) posted 1.7% q o q growth in net lending alongside 2.6% growth in its deposits. This was despite a 7% fall in new business lending from an elevated Q223 comparable as consumer spending weakened. More importantly, STB also hosted a capital markets day (CMD), where management reiterated the medium-term 14–16% return on average equity (RoAE) target and presented on the V12 Retail Finance business in detail. The RoAE should be supported by an improv
Companies: Secure Trust Bank Plc
The earliest dated brand has long been contested; the majority point to Kongō Gumi, a family run construction company that specialised in Buddhist temples in Japan; its documented record of ownership goes back to 578 AD. Like Kongō Gumi, several different brands have withstood the test of time, albeit without then same degree of longevity. The term brand originates from the 1500s and means "to burn" in Ancient Norse and was initially used to mark cattle for ownership. This practice can be consid
Companies: DISP GAW SOS HOTC COOK SVEN
In previous notes, we have reviewed why we believe RECI has procedures and practices that limit downside losses to help ensure the resilience of the NAV. In this note, we explore further how portfolio management helps optimise risk/reward with a dynamic approach to bond portfolio allocation, leverage, top 10 concentrations, geographical sectors, and duration. RECI’s portfolio is not a static, long-duration, totally illiquid book. It is actively managed to the latest market opportunities, with an
Companies: Real Estate Credit Investments Limited
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Cobra has reported upgrades to both the gold and rare earth element (REE) Mineral Resource Estimates (MRE) at its Wudinna multi-mineral project located in South Australia’s Gawler Craton. Cobra moves another step closer to demonstrating the commercial opportunity of this unique multi-mineral occurrence in a Tier 1 jurisdiction.
Companies: Cobra Resources Plc