Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Japan Residential ORD 10P LSE:JRIC London Ordinary Share GG00B1FB3X85 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 71.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 17.6 15.6 6.8 10.6 152.09

Japan Residential ORD 10P Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/12/2015
19:08
Interesting that the second bidder has walked away, yet 9% of the company has been "put through" today at 72.75p/72.85p, a premium to the Agreed Offer price of 72p.
coolen
26/11/2015
09:15
sky thanks for the above
bandit99
25/11/2015
17:49
Bandit - I agree with DB that ARTL is worth a look at, starting with last week's admirably detailed Interims: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/alpha-real-ARTL/share-news/Alpha-Real-Trust-Limited-Half-Yearly-Report/69402125 Personally I took the turn when they ran up to 84p. May not get them back of course; but if they do drift back to c77p, I'll be back on board there. For many of the secondary runners and riders in the UK commercial property scene (exc. the high MCap leaders), take a look at the CP+ thread. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=29245091 My favourite at the moment is UAI (a recent name change from DSC). I've been in and out of them profitably no less than 5 times over the past 30months! As they've drifted all the way back from 290p to a current 225p, they look to me to be an extremely attractive value proposition on a 25% prospective NAV discount - brokers forecast a yr/end Feb'16 NAV of 300p. Also the same payouts as last year would provide a 6.3% yield.
skyship
25/11/2015
17:25
thanks I 'll have a look ...no relation to ALPH I hope?
bandit99
25/11/2015
15:28
ARTL looks a cheap way into the UK and European property market at a substantial discount to NAV.
davebowler
25/11/2015
10:21
anyone have any suggestions for similiar funds to access the same market once this has gone?
bandit99
25/11/2015
08:46
Everyone loves JRIC
playful
25/11/2015
08:23
Hopefully this will push the original bidder up to 75p then for a knockout bid.
topvest
25/11/2015
07:12
Hey what do you know another offer at 73.5p :))
battlebus2
20/11/2015
14:31
Ah well, lost .25p but it was still worth the small risk.
battlebus2
20/11/2015
14:14
other bidder has withdrawn
bandit99
17/11/2015
21:00
Seems one Offeror has got the board's support and thus put his cash on the table. T'other has failed on both counts, so far. His identity is probably within the Form 8s released today. Any guesses ?
coolen
17/11/2015
17:37
seems a bit odd that two bidders offer exactly same price or am I missing something....?
bandit99
13/11/2015
21:50
I bought a few just over 72, who knows we may get a higher offer and then again if we don,t I've lost very little. If they have accepted 72p and another suitor is still doing diligence there's a high possibility imv.
battlebus2
13/11/2015
21:41
'Interesting to see buyers paying above the offer price.' Perhaps momentum traders who haven't looked at the cause of the rise?
janeann
13/11/2015
21:41
'Interesting to see buyers paying above the offer price.' Perhaps momentum traders who haven't looked at the cause of the rise?
janeann
13/11/2015
20:50
Sounds like there could well be a higher offer. Disappointing though to see this go private. It was a well run company with quality assets that UK investors can no longer get access to.
topvest
13/11/2015
16:18
or we need to tell the nurse they're out of bed again! wc
woodcutter
13/11/2015
14:38
Interesting to see buyers paying above the offer price. They must think there is a possibility of a higher takeout price.
shauney2
13/11/2015
11:11
sold out. on reflection there's the potential downside that the second bidders due diligence arrives at a lower valuation, unlikely i know but not worth the risk for a few extra pence so i sold the lot. i may regret it but i've made 35%. i can handle a little avarice but i'll pass on the greed:-)) woody
woodcutter
13/11/2015
11:07
I shall be sorry to lose this as it has been a low beta , high yield sleep easy stock with currency and asset diversification as far from the UK as possible . Held in my ISA so I will start the hunt for a replacement . Balances my losses on Macau Prop which has not been fun .
bench2
13/11/2015
09:58
Well done everyone that joined in here
playful
13/11/2015
09:29
i sold a third too. woody
woodcutter
13/11/2015
09:11
i sold 35% up first time.
vfleetsons@aol.com
13/11/2015
08:41
Happy with 72; another offer unlikely to be much above this one and it may take months to happen, imo
janeann
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