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|What is going on with Derwent London's share price?
A strong Company with an ever growing portfolio with equally strong rentals!|
|A strong contender for following BKG into the FTSE100 in December|
|UPdate should under write the current price- fantastic takeup|
|Bscuit, agree. Very quiet board here, but the share is progressing well. _____Oxus Gold in arbitration against Uzbekistan. High risk, possible high returns. News expected any day|
|results be well cool.|
|I am really quite surprised this has not been followed. I came in through the LMS partial merger, but the performance in the last year has been very good. My three property shares are PHP, GPOR and DLN, so I have had a good year. Ok they are trading at a premium to NAV.but the dividend is ok.|
|Derwent Gets London Boost
DERWENT GETS BOOST FROM LONDON'S 'SAFE HAVEN' STATUS
London is enjoying "safe haven" status among investors according to FTSE 250 property company Derwent London.
The company, which specialises in offices in London's West End and the borders of the City, said the eurozone crisis had driven more investment to the capital.
London office transactions totalled £7.2bn in the first half of the year the most over a six-month period since the second half of 2007.
John Burns, Derwent's chief executive, said: "London has become increasingly polarised from the rest of the country. Overseas investors are very much wanting to put money here."
The value of Derwent's property portfolio rose 3.3pc in the first half of the year, with rents up 2.8pc.
The company has secured a pre-let to Burberry in the largest letting in the West End this year so far. Just 1.1pc of Derwent's space is vacant. Mr Burns said there was reasonable "pent-up demand" for West End office space against a backdrop of little development.
He said the company was feeling positive about the second half: "We're getting all our rents in on time. We're getting the signals. You get a feeling."
Mr Burns said the company was expecting to be in a "low interest rate environment" over the next five years. He said there was unlikely to be a "tremendous spike" in rents.
The interim dividend, payable on November 1, rose from 9.45p to 9.95p a share.
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|Interesting development pipeline for 2012/2013.|
|Stiff + Trevillion also good, 1st rate London developer IMO.|
Another broker upgrade|
Broker notes out|
|bright start this norning , any news ?|
|BROKER NEWS UPDATE
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Drax was today moved back to reduce from add at Evolution, with a target price of 485p.
Derwent London upgraded to buy from hold at KBC Peel Hunt following analysts' presentation.|
|Long term chart looks very positive.
Stock coming off a double bottom and breaking out from a downtrend channel.
Moving up we have fresh air until resistance at just under 900p around 890p.
Worth getting on for the ride.|
|i guess we won't need a rights issue, so that is something,
will buy but I don't think we are near the bottom yet,|
|anybody know why they have increased so much. It seems better than the market.|
|A 20% increase in a month in a faltering commercial property market - what's up - was it oversold - or is someone sniffing around?|
|Anyone watching this one? Is that a hammer today? Volume. Watching for a break up now.|
|thanks a lot.|