Raglan’s 9% NAV rise

The first independent revaluation of the portfolio at the interim stage caused the NAV to rise nearly 9% to 56p a share in the six months to 30 September. Raglan’s problem is an expensive £70m debenture, costing 10% a year in interest, which cuts the NAV to 44p.

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