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Share Price: 140.00Bid: 139.25Ask: 140.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Infinis
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 0.54%Open: 141.25High: 147.25Low: 137.75Yesterday’s Close: 140.00



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DoctorShares
Posts: 77
Research
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:157.00
Renewable energy generator Infinis
16 Jul '15
Renewable energy company Infinis Energy has reached a deal to acquire an 18.5 megawatt consented onshore wind farm project in Northumberland from Peel Group.

Renewable energy generator Infinis Energy swung to a profit in the year to the end of March, although revenue was hit by weaker wholesale power prices.
The FTSE 250 group posted a profit before tax of £20.7m for the 12 months to 31 March compared with a restated loss of £11.8m last year, while revenue declined 1% year-on-year to £236m.

Earnings before interests, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) fell 3.77%, although excluding exceptional items EBITDA jumped 31.4% to £140.2m.

The increase was due to a £39.4m exceptional item in the last financial year, which did not recur in the year to 31 March, the company said in a statement, adding that administrative expenses were halved to £39.2m, while finance expenses fell 35% to £38.5m.

The group said its landfill gas and wind businesses were performing in line with expectations and said its contracted position and an expected increase revenue meant it had "good visibility of cash generation for the coming year".

"In early December 2014, Terra Firma, the general partner of our largest shareholder, announced their desire to find a way of selling down their entire and remaining holding of nearly 70%," said group chairman Ian Marchant.

"We have engaged constructively with Terra Firma and continue to seek solutions that are in the interests of all shareholders."
 
DoctorShares
Posts: 77
Research
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:156.25
Renewable energy Infinis
16 Jul '15
Renewable energy company Infinis Energy has reached a deal to acquire an 18.5 megawatt consented onshore wind farm project in Northumberland from Peel Group.
Along with the 8 megawatt Sisters Wind Farm project developed by Infinis, which neighbours the newly-acquired project, the facility is at an advanced stage of construction and the London-listed company said it expects grid energisation to take place in June next year.

Last week, the Department of Energy and Climate Change said new onshore windfarms will be excluded from a subsidy scheme from 1 April 2016.

"We are driving forward our commitment to end new onshore wind subsidies and give local communities the final say over any new wind farms," said Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd.
DoctorShares
Posts: 77
Research
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:155.75
(ShareCast News) - Sell shares
16 Jul '15
(ShareCast News) - Sell shares in waste-to-energy producer Infinis Energy, said the Sunday Times's Inside the City column. When Chancellor George Osborne last Wednesday swept away long-standing tax breaks for Infinis, Drax and other green energy producers in his Budget it was an especially big blow for Terra Firma, the private equity firm that owns 69% in the company and had been looking to sell its stake. Infinis, whose main businesses are onshore wind farms and converting waste gas from landfill sites, closed the week at 145.75p, a drop of 27%.
Since the UK general election the company has been hit hard. Two weeks ago, the energy secretary slashed payments to wind farms, making the prospects for some projects in Infinis's pipeline less certain, while the Budget's takes a bite of £5 per megawatt hour out of earnings. The company now believes profits will fall £7m this year and £11m the next. Although Infinis generates plenty of cash and yields a healthy 12%, profits are headed the wrong way and its £610m in loans now represents 30% more than its market value.
DoctorShares
Posts: 77
Research
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:155.75
July 2015 Investec 07/07 Reiterate
16 Jul '15
July 2015
Investec 07/07
Reiterates
Buy 240.00p
DoctorShares
Posts: 77
Research
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:155.75
Dividends Final Ex-Dividend Date
16 Jul '15
Dividends
Final Ex-Dividend Date 09-Jul-2015
Final Dividend Payment Date 07-Aug-2015
DoctorShares
Posts: 77
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:155.75
26-Jun-14 Director Buys 236.1
16 Jul '15
Director 26-Jun-14 Buy
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Alan Bryce 236.1 GBX 10,000
faramog
Posts: 7
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:155.75
boing !
16 Jul '15
reminds me of those magnificent men in their flying machines ... down.. up ... so all those who bailed must be feeling a tad sheepish ... I have considered buying more but don't want too much in one place
Fatlad
Posts: 657
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:146.75
Who doing the buying
16 Jul '15
RUTTER LLP Discretionary investment management for private clients, trusts, charities, companies and pension funds are buying and bought at the higher prices. They must know something..
Fatlad
Posts: 657
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:144.75
Re:Market Rigged
16 Jul '15
Paul Stomach: I agree with you, the mm's rig it upwards and downwards, even sometime holding it at a certain price. IMO All for their personal circumstances not the good of the market.
PaulStomach
Posts: 4,685
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:146.25
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Evening newbies
15 Jul '15
More 'sales' than 'buys' yet the SP is up nearly 5%.

Obviously the market is rigged.





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