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Share Price Information for Renewables (TRIG)


Share Price: 115.60Bid: 115.60Ask: 115.80Change: -0.80 (-0.69%)Faller - Renewables
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.17%Open: 116.40High: 116.40Low: 115.60Yesterday’s Close: 116.40

The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited Ord Npv

Renewables is listed in the FTSE All-Share, FTSE Small Cap
Renewables is part of the Investment Companies sector






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115.60
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115.60
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115.80
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-0.69%-0.80
Share Price SpacerVolume
1,694,810
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116.40
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116.40
Share Price SpacerLow
115.60
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116.40
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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GG 1,181.79m £1,366.15m 20,000

52 Week High 121.20 52 Week High Date 6-FEB-2019
52 Week Low 103.20 52 Week Low Date 26-MAR-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
236 499,764 568,231 9.909 11.67 6.36 5.50


London South East Users info for Renewables




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

22-Mar-19
16:20:09
115.80
3,128
Buy* 
115.60
115.80
3,622
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-Mar-19
16:16:45
115.747
8,631
Buy* 
115.60
115.80
9,990
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-Mar-19
16:07:01
115.747
863
Buy* 
115.60
115.80
998.90
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Renewables (TRIG)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
21-Dec-18Scrip Dividend
Trade Notifier Information for The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited
Jonathan (Jon) Bridel held the position of Non-Executive Director at The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited at the time of this trade.
 Jonathan (Jon) Bridel
111.36GBX36024394
21-Dec-18Scrip Dividend
Trade Notifier Information for The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited
Helen M Mahy held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited at the time of this trade.
 Helen M Mahy
111.36GBX1,08893726
21-Dec-18Scrip Dividend
Trade Notifier Information for The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited
Klaus G Hammer held the position of Non-Executive Director at The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited at the time of this trade.
 Klaus G Hammer
111.36GBX36225200
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Gerry557
Posts: 3,919
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:116.60
RE: Another placing
Thu 13:05
Well I have split my options over the two brokers. Broker one, accept the offer to buy but wont have sufficient funds unless I break the law. Broker two Accept the offer with additional shares hopefully to cover the missing from Broker one and some extra that I have cash for.

I could lose out if the offer is scaled back as a percentage but hoping my relatively small amount will be upheld and only larger funders will be scaled back.

I choose not to move my options outside the ISA and ask for even more shares than I would really like. The reason was the possibility of being scaled back and having that cash tied up so close to "Brexit" in addition to having to be Bed n Breakfasted, additional costs and taxes and to make my tax return much simpler with only a few weeks to the end of the tax year and I have been so good this year.

So I will definitely have more shares next month but no idea how many.
Gerry557
Posts: 3,919
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:117.20
RE: Another placing
Mon 10:49
Medway_Man, I agree that there is likely to too many buyers as generally many like there will be oversubscribed. Ive considered a tactical sell of something hoping to buy back within the new isa season but that has risks and costs.

It is a pity we dont know how the scaling back works as that might influence the way I handle the situation. Is it a percentage or will smaller amounts get priority etc

I would normally ask for more than I require to top up just in case I was scaled back but limited currently with isa dates. I will be able to buy my allocation with one broker and get a few more added to the wish list that might make up for the ones stuck with a different broker that I have the issue with.

I though about selling the lot with that broker and applying for the same amount back but might end up with just my smaller allocation and a lump of cash at some later date and being blind to my actual holdings until the allocations are issued later. A bird in the hand and all that.

The other option is to bed and isa later having moved the allocation outside the isa but then I have to contend with any tax issues. Still I can then apply for as many as I want.

Maybe after "sell in may" or Brexit bad news day they might get even cheaper than the offer
Medway_Man
Posts: 15
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:116.80
RE: Another placing
15 Mar '19
They probably have enough institutional investors ready to pick those not taken up by the likes of yourself, already in the wings.

Fortunately, I had/have an underperforming stock in my ISA, so sold 50% of that to take up my basic offer allowance on nearly 3500 shares.

I had considered selling the remainder of my underperformer and apply for some of the excess TRIG shares (but I am not a fan of stock applications being scaled back and having to wait for returns of funds put aside/up front) so I might top up my PHNX next week instead on or after the 21/3 when it goes ex-div
Gerry557
Posts: 3,919
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:116.60
RE: Another placing
15 Mar '19
Well it looks like I have the option of transferring the rights outside the isa to buy more or having to sell something in the isa to create the space/capital.

Not an ideal situation Oh why not at the start of the ISA year? it looks like a case of given with one hand and snatched away with the other.
Gerry557
Posts: 3,919
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:117.60
Another placing
11 Mar '19
and discounted to shareholders, whatever next. Done at the end of the tax year and not the beginning? Why not wait a fortnight and have access to all those shiny new ISA's?

Will the SP drop to match the offer. It looks like its dropped a tad anyway pity I missed the original announcement as I might have sold a few myself but it looks like the drop has already started.

I suppose I could play musical isa's and find room for some more although I was expecting this to fall a tad anyway as other renewable s report a drop on average production masked slightly by higher power prices.

Might have to have a tinker with this later and see what I can do
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