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Share Price Information for Duke Royalty (DUKE)


Share Price: 43.60Bid: 43.20Ask: 44.00Change: -0.20 (-0.46%)Faller - Duke Royalty
Spread: 0.80Spread as %: 1.85%Open: 43.80High: 43.80Low: 43.60Yesterday’s Close: 43.80

Duke Royalty Limited Ords Npv

Duke Royalty is part of the Financials sector






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43.60
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43.20
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44.00
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-0.46%-0.20
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229,132
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43.80
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43.80
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43.60
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43.80
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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GG 199.87m £87.14m 1,500

52 Week High 49.00 52 Week High Date 16-JUL-2018
52 Week Low 38.00 52 Week Low Date 20-APR-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
11 1,250 39,287 -31.594 -1.38 1.00 2.29


London South East Users info for Duke Royalty




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

21-Mar-19
13:48:20
43.248
1,250
Sell* 
43.20
44.00
540.60
Trade Type:
Ordinary

21-Mar-19
12:49:09
43.85
114,155
Buy* 
43.20
44.00
50.06k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

21-Mar-19
12:35:27
43.85
22,635
Buy* 
43.20
44.00
9,925
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication




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Directors Deals for Duke Royalty (DUKE)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
06-Oct-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Duke Royalty Limited
Neil A Johnson held the position of CEO at Duke Royalty Limited at the time of this trade.
 Neil A Johnson
40GBX100,0001260000
06-Oct-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Duke Royalty Limited
Charles Cannon-Brookes held the position of Executive Director at Duke Royalty Limited at the time of this trade.
 Charles Cannon-Brookes
38.88GBX191,4841600000
02-Feb-16Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Duke Royalty Limited
Charles Cannon-Brookes held the position of Executive Director at Duke Royalty Limited at the time of this trade.
 Charles Cannon-Brookes
46.13GBX35,000453517
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piworld
Posts: 149
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:44.40
DUKE CEO interview by Downing
Tue 14:59
Here's DUKE CEO Neil Johnson, interviewed by James Lynch, Downing Fund Manager.

Downing bought into DUKE in the placing in 2018.

James elicits the key investment attractions of DUKE. Neil gives a great overview of DUKE, royalty finance, the market place, risk management and much more, to answer all the questions investors may have.

https://www.piworld.co.uk/2019/03/19/duke-royaltys-ceo-neil-johnson-interviewed-by-james-lynch-fund-manager-downing/

An excellent interview.
oilbagger
Posts: 248
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:41.70
Great interview with Neil Johnston
1 Mar '19
see cube hxxxs://cube.investments/cube-podcast-13-neil-johnson-duke-royalty-duke/
Note I am a holder so DYOR
Otherwys
Posts: 173
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:49.55
RE: hold or buy
16 Jul '18
Hi Razormac,

Their business model is pretty much as follows:
1. Raise money in the market;
2. Invest money in royalties;
3. Raise dividend;
4. Watch share price rise to contain yield;
5. Raise more money in the market (at a higher price given share price increase, therefore reduced dilution per £ raised)
6. Repeat as long as they can find suitable things to invest in...

Given the size of the US Royalty market, and the fact DUKE is first mover in Europe, there is a very long way to go before this train stops moving. This share is pure gold - rising dividends and capital growth.

I love the quote in the most recent RNS about raising the dividend once this new tranche of money is invested; think it says something about "approaching double digit yield". If you assume they're basing that on placing price of 44p, they're talking about hitting an annual dividend of probably 4p within 12m. The current dividend is 2.8p. If the share price reacts to contain yield to even 6%, a 4p annual dividend would equate to a share price of 66p.

What can go wrong? They are diversifying (geographically and by segments they invest in); so as they grow any risks reduce, but if one of their investee companies fails, they'd lose a proportion of their income; and if there's a recession or other event affecting multiple companies, their income may suffer too.

I love this share, I am heavily invested, and likely to buy more on any dips, but as always, DYOR!
Otherwys
razormac
Posts: 121
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:49.55
hold or buy
16 Jul '18
anyone any ideas of what should be future growth rate for this company .i think it could be a good long term buy as they pay dividends and share price is growing very slowly but steadily .,but im still not sure about them .
leas
Posts: 5,302
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:42.50
Anyone
28 Apr '18
with experience in this type of financing. Been looking at this company since reading an article in the Daily Mail. This seems unique to North America and has been slightly restructured for the Europeans. The yield is currently 6% or thereabouts and their 'partners' seem to be well established businesses going through a period of growth.
Dilution is obviously the downside but the cash raised goes back into the business with additional partner(s)
Free float is small which should prevent the usual wild sp fluctuations and MC increase potential going forward.
Seems quite a niche market for now....
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