Edward Marten

Edward Marten

Edward Marten is MD of investor research company QuotedData. They provide free information for investors who find it hard to access high-quality, reliable, equity research on UK and European-listed companies. This is a QuotedData release.

The London Economic

India Capital Growth continuation vote

India Capital Growth will hold an extraordinary general meeting on 12 June 2020, in Guernsey, where shareholders will be asked whether they want the fund to continue. The board undertakes a performance assessment every three years and a vote on the trust’s continued existence is put to shareholders only in the event that either...

GCP Infrastructure – Rebased dividend

GCP Infrastructure will be 10 years old in a few weeks. Since 2012, it has paid a stable 7.6p per year dividend backed largely by UK public sector cashflows and achieved modest growth in net asset value (NAV). The yield premium that GCP delivers relative to UK government debt securities...

India Capital Growth – Needs more time

India Capital Growth’s (IGC’s) board is asking investors to back a continuation vote scheduled for 12 June 2020 and it is important that shareholders make their vote count. COVID-19 has depressed valuations to levels not seen since the financial crisis. The managers see substantial upside when market confidence returns and...

Vietnam Holding Limited – Early mover advantage

The covid-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on the global economy and, while they have recovered from their lows, financial markets remain depressed. Emerging markets have been at the sharp end of these moves but Vietnam, which was quick and tenacious in its response to the outbreak of the...

JLEN Environmental Assets – Reliable source of income

It is hard to gauge the true extent of the damage that the pandemic is inflicting on the global economy, but already many companies have been forced to reduce or suspend dividends. For investors reliant on income, the renewable infrastructure sector offers some sense of security. JLEN Environmental Assets Group’s...

Polar Capital Technology – Confidence building

After a brief period of extreme volatility in stock markets related to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, confidence is returning in the technology sector. Shareholders seem to appreciate that the sector is well-placed to weather the disruption caused by measures that are being used to fight the pandemic. Polar Capital Technology...

Real Estate Roundup – May 2020

In this issue Performance - Following two months of heavy falls as the covid-19 pandemic took hold and the UK was put on lockdown, many property companies saw a bounce in their share price in April, although not enough to recover the losses since the crisis hit. Valuation moves -...

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