By Simon Gergel of Merchants Trust (currently on a c 10% discount to NAV!)
Germany could buy Shell for free September 26, 2016210 simon_gergel
There are some strange things happening in financial markets today. Interest rates are negative across much of Europe and Japan. The German government can borrow for 15 years at negative interest rates1. Some shares, seen as consistent cash generators, are on high valuations, whilst others, like Royal Dutch Shell, languish on a 7% dividend… Read More
Long-established UK equity names score highly on the list, with the Merchants Trust coming in at third place with a 6.1 per cent dividend. At the same time, its shares are trading on a 5 per cent discount to net asset value. This is almost at the widest discount they have traded on in the past year and could mark an opportunity to buy into the shares before they increase in… Read More
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