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Capstone Infrastructure Corporation T.CSE

Sector: Utilities | Sub-Sector: Utilities - Independent Power Producers
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.CSE.DB.A| T.CSE.PR.A

Capstone Infrastructure Corp along with its subsidiaries owns, operates and develops thermal and renewable power generation facilities in Canada with approximate net installed capacity of 450MW.
Price: $3.12 | Change: +$0.09 | %Change: +2.97%
Volume: 112,070 | Day High/Low: 3.17/3.02 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.54/2.88
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RE:Bristol Water & Ofwat update

Very interesting site/read. The bottom line appears to be that Bristol is very marketable and, if CSE does not like Ofwat outcome, they could sell Bristol and concentrate on N.A. energy projects...read more
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RE:Bristol Water & Ofwat update

Obviously the market believes that a dividend cut is in the offing. A related question was asked at the 17 June 2015 meeting. From the transcript: MALE SPEAKER: Yes. Capstone...read more
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RE:RE:RE:CSE tanks

From page 3 of the Q1 2015 quarterly report: Our quarterly payout ratio, which is based on AFFO, was 113%, compared with 36% in the first quarter of 2014. This elevated amount was...read more
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Bristol Water & Ofwat update

http://utilityweek.co.uk/news/ofwat-and-bristol-water-battle-on/1139312#.VZGKVxNVhHw here's a quote that sums it up, and in light of this is a dividend cut for CSE very probable?  "It seems unlikely...read more
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RE:RE:CSE tanks

Following up on my own post: one thing that might concern me is the current payout ratio which I understand to be in excess of 100%. Thanks in advance to anyone who can provide a more accurate figure.  rate and reply
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RE:CSE tanks

What's your game? hawk35 wrote: Debt is too high, and very few projects in the pipeline.  No momentum here. And management is over paid.  Not just my opinion.  Read the analyst reports. In brief: ...read more
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CSE tanks

Debt is too high, and very few projects in the pipeline.  No momentum here. And management is over paid.  Not just my opinion.  Read the analyst reports.  rate and reply
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tomorrow is ex divi date

Also provisional findings on Bristol is expected in early July.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:What is happening here ?

If they win the court appeal and the Bristol rate review, the whole picture changes!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:What is happening here ?

Missed a digit there; should probably be 117.3% payout ratio. Higher than one hundred but manageable. I think I'll follow the company insiders on this one; they've increased their holdings...read more
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RE:What is happening here ?

HammyHamster wrote: ...With a dividend cut how low can this thing go? ... What are you talking about? There's no dividend cut. Or are you just scaremongering/speculating? Short term volatility in...read more
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RE:What is happening here ?

I think everyone is sitting on the sidelines waiting on the outcome of the Bristol rate review.  rate and reply
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What is happening here ?

I used to own about 2k shares, not alot, but enough for me to follow it.  Now I only have 400.  With a dividend cut how low can this thing go ? $2, $2.50 ?  Considering buying them back.  rate and reply
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RE:Can someone explain the last two days...........

I think its just trading pure and simple....the market didn't wake up a week after the report as suggested and decided that a dividend cut is imminent. and according to td's research posted this new...read more
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RE:Can someone explain the last two days...........

Fear from the last quarter report, today; joyce with the Goulais' news.  rate and reply
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Can someone explain the last two days...........

...........please?  rate and reply
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TD Waterhouse Research

There seems to be a lot of challenges and uncertainty.  Here are some of the highlight from TDW Q1 update. We await clarity on the company’s next catalyst beyond the BW resolution. Capstone lacks a...read more
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Royal Bank Research Summary

Capstone Infrastructure Corp (CSE) - $3.52 – Potential Upside from Bristol Water regulatory resolution in Q3   RBC CM: Sector...read more
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RE:Market call tonight comment on CSE

Well, by the light of the report today, it is not rosy; the DPR has jumped toward 112.5% vs 36.3% for 2014. I'm not a CSE basher and always supported its value, but CSE become a bit too risky now. The...read more
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Market call tonight comment on CSE

One of the problems they had was Bristol Water in England. The regulator there said they had to cut rates. The company has gone back trying for a new resolution. They have had difficulty for a period...read more