Prices & Performance - Lowland Investment Company
Unless otherwise stated, the figures below are correct as at 20/5/13
|Last pub NAV (17/5/13)||Gearing %||Div Yield (Net)|
|% Share Price (Total Return)|
|% NAV (Total Return)|
|Discrete Calendar Year (Dec 31-Dec 31) Performance %|
|Share Price (Total Return)||32.5||-2.2||42.2||43.3||-49.6|
|Net Asset Value (Total Return)||28.2||-0.4||37.0||45.1||-48.4|
Breakdown (as at - 31/3/13)
|Finance - General||22.79|
|Oil & Gas||7.72|
|Net Current Assets||1.00|
|Top 10 holdings||(%)|
|Royal Dutch Shell PLC B||3.70|
|FBD Holdings Plc||2.10|
|Phoenix Group Holdings||2.10|
|International Personal Finance PLC||2.00|
|ID||Ex Dividend Date||Pay Date||Amount Div p/ps||Tax|
|3425368||26 May 2010||18 Jun 2010||10.00||NET|
|3425369||1 Dec 2010||22 Dec 2010||17.00||NET|
|3425370||25 May 2011||17 Jun 2011||10.50||NET|
|3425371||30 Nov 2011||21 Dec 2011||17.50||NET|
|3425372||30 May 2012||19 Jun 2012||15.00||NET|
|3425373||10 Oct 2012||31 Oct 2012||7.50||NET|
|3425374||2 Jan 2013||31 Jan 2013||8.00||NET|
|3425375||3 Apr 2013||30 Apr 2013||8.00||NET|
|3425376||3 Jul 2013||31 Jul 2013||8.50||NET|
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- Discount/Premiums are calculated using the latest Morningstar estimated NAVs and the closing share price on that day.
- NAVs are calculated valuing debt at its fair value to reflect its current market valuation and including current period revenue
- Gearing is the effect of borrowing money for investment purposes. The amount a company can “gear” is the amount it can borrow in order to invest.Gearing is used in the expectation that the returns on the investments bought will exceed the costs of the borrowings that funded the purchase.