Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Land Securities Group LSE:LAND London Ordinary Share GB0031809436 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.00p +0.60% 1,012.00p 1,011.00p 1,012.00p 1,018.00p 1,002.00p 1,006.00p 655,351.00 13:07:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 942.5 1,335.6 169.4 6.0 8,002.11

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01/12/201612:17LAND: Ahoy!30.00
18/5/201611:26 ***** Land Securities *****432.00
25/6/201413:10Manoj Ladwa says BUY stock in Land Securities Group PLC on TipTv.-
26/5/201308:53Land Securities: A Proxy for UK Property?390.00
17/8/200910:02Land as an investment6.00

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09/12/2016
08:20
Land Securities Daily Update: Land Securities Group is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LAND. The last closing price for Land Securities was 1,006p.
Land Securities Group has a 4 week average price of 978.83p and a 12 week average price of 1,000.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,211p while the 1 year low share price is currently 810p.
There are currently 790,722,395 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,977,783 shares. The market capitalisation of Land Securities Group is £8,017,925,085.30.
26/1/2015
19:22
jeffcranbounre: Land Securities is featured in today's ADVFN podcast: To listen to the podcast click here> http://bit.ly/ADVFN0115 In today's podcast: - Sound Oil Chief Executive Officer James Parsons and Luca Maddedu Sound Oil Italian MD. - Technical Analyst Nicola Duke Sound Oil, Monitise, Standard Chartered, easyJet and Royal Dutch Shell Nicola on Twitter is @NicTrades - The micro and macro news - Plus the broker forecasts   Every Tuesday is Ten Bagger Tuesday on the podcast. If you know of a stock, whose share price has the potential to increase ten fold, just click the link below. Ten Bagger Tuesday (All it involves is filling out a form that will take you around 5 minutes and you don't personally appear on the podcast). Once a week, on a Friday, I feature a tip from a listener to this podcast, if you'd like to suggest a stock click the link below: Suggest a stock (Again all it involves is filling out a form that will take you around 5 minutes and you don't personally appear on the podcast). You can subscribe to this podcast in iTunes by clicking HERE To follow me on Twitter click HERE As a listener to the ADVFN podcast you can take advantage of some exclusive first year discounts on popular subscriptions: Bronze - £50 (normally £73.82/year) Silver - £145 (normally £173.71/year) Level 2 - £350 (normally £472.94/year) Call 0207 0700 961 and ask for the ADVFN Podcast discount to take advantage of these reduced rates or just CLICK HERE for more information. Please DO NOT buy any stock recommended in this podcast basely solely on what you hear. The opinions in this podcasts are just that, opinions. Please do you own research before investing. Justin    
20/1/2013
15:56
mr_bluesky: http://imageshack.us/f/547/image002fx.jpg/ LAND monthly chart 18/01/13: Share price 816p I have started this thread as I believe that LAND is set on the path to a long term recovery! In march 2009 LAND hit a low of 323p from its Jan 2007 high of 2,357p.After the March 09 low it rallied to a high of 894p in july 2011 and then took a five month hit to a low of 608p in Dec 2011.Nothing unusual about that as alot o shares took hits during that period. Since that low LAND has been pretty much slowly rising on the monthly chart and is now over the 200mma(month moving average) at 816p. Turning now to the MACD it is forming my break out pattern,high lighted in the yellow box,and is just over zero.In my experience this leads to strong moves upward on break out on daily charts and there is no reason to believe different on a monthly chart. the RSI is at 57 in a shallow up trend which is bullish and would support the break out theory and the stoch set at 14,39,1 has crossed up through 50 which is also bullish for a long term recovery. I would not say that LAND will be the most exciting dynamic share to be into,but I do believe that it will return the investor good long term gains and could net a 100% profit from todays price in 12-18 months of holding. Anyway those are my views on LAND! Mr Bluesky
14/2/2010
14:25
careful: director buy need treating wirh caution. this guy gets a whole bunch of shares this june, also june 2011, and june 2012. if i was in his shoes i would buy some now to get onto the directors buy lists in the hope that some gullible suckers will follow my example and kick start the share price. cynical aint I.
18/11/2009
07:48
careful: results look dire but presented in an upbeat way. half divi, nav below todays share price. to think that it was quoted at 2300p just a couple of years ago. the joys of gearing. this used to be the most boring blue chip of blue chips. 'lord' myners got his hands on it and improved it since then. reit status and a more 'efficient' balance sheet put paid to past prudence.
14/7/2009
15:21
andrewbaker: Commercial property in the UK is ahead of elsewhere in respect of price declines: looking forward, yields are rising based on current capital values so this alone should encourage higher valuations, even if we do stay in a recession for some time longer, which I think we will. Higher valuations with a good yield and a discount to NAV should encourage the share price to rise, and certainly should support the current price which is more than can be said about a lot of stocks out there.
25/2/2009
11:19
careful: smart shorters know that the serious money could have been made by driving the share price down to the rights price leaving lots with the underwriters. that was a long shot and it has failed.
20/2/2009
14:24
scburbs: Marlonbrando, LOL! So you have moved from a firm to a not firm stance in 12 minutes? I have started buying here. Interesting opportunity developing. Share price should rise as rights issues goes through and hedge funds close short positions. May be some good top up opportunities before that happens.
08/2/2009
08:22
westcoastrich: BRITAIN's fourth-biggest property company will tomorrow launch a £600m deeply discounted rights issue to repair its battered balance sheet amid the worst conditions in the sector since the 1990s. The cash call from FTSE 100 giant Hammerson – pitched at a 50% discount to Friday's closing share price of 397p – will lay bare the full extent of the crisis in the real-estate market. It is expected to presage a string of rights issues across the sector, with British Land, Liberty International and Land Securities likely to follow suit.
14/4/2008
15:07
spob: from FT Alphaville NH: right Zulu, I have some comment on this Great Portland rumour for you NH: here's the article NH: http://www.globes.co.il/news/article.aspx?did=1000332857 NH: and here's the english version NH: Delek Real Estate in talks to buy UK property co The target company is one of five largest income-producing property owners in the UK. Avi Shauly 13 Apr 08 14:42 Sources inform ''Globes'' that Delek Group Ltd. (TASE: DLEKG) subsidiary Delek Real Estate Ltd. (TASE: DLKR) is in talks to acquire the controlling interest in one of the UK's five largest income-producing property companies. Sources at foreign investment banks said that Delek Real Estate subsidiaries plan to buy a substantial bloc of shares in the public company, which is traded on the London Stock Exchange at a market cap of NIS 4.2 billion and has NIS 8 billion in shareholders' equity. The company has an annual turnover of NIS 2.6 billion. The target company's largest shareholder owns just 9% of it, facilitating the acquisition of control. Delek Real Estate is in talks with shareholders who own a quarter of the company altogether. NH: Delek Real Estate CEO Ilik Rozansky said in response, "As part of the regular business of Delek Real Estate, we periodically consider transactions, and the company notifies the public in accordance with the proper procedures. When we have something to report, we'll report it." NH: and here is some analyst comment NH: come out of Merrill Lunch this morning NH: Press from Globes Online suggests this morning suggests that Israeli billionaire Yitzhak Tshuva is in talks to buy a 25% stake in Great Portland. Mr Tshuva's family control 60% of Delek Global. The source is 'unidentified bankers'. Is it plausible? 1. GPOR is said to be the preferred target given the largest holder only has 9%. I believe this IS correct, despite Bloomberg holders showing the largest holder at 21% (through various portfolios). 2. Capital in Israel is cheap (short term rates are at 3.25% & ML f/cs will fall to 2.5% this year) 3. Israeli banks are awash with liquidity (evident from the ML Israel conference last week). 4. In the UK you need to launch a bid if you move beyond 30% BUT 5. GPOR is trading at a 18% discount to spot NAV of £5.94. Presumably to find a 25% stake in GPOR the company they would need to SUBSTANTIALLY pay away this discount and some. ML f/c's GPOR's NAV will be £4.95 2 years out. Thus if you believe that values will continue to fall (not a GPOR specific view) then the opportunity to get this kind of stake 'on the cheap' seems highly unlikely. Regardless on your view of NAV, I suspect any bidder for 25% would have to pay up substantially. 6. I would be more convinced if the rational was to gain access to strategic assets that in stronger markets would be less likely available or if Mr Tshuva thought an acquisition could deliver cost saving synergies. Summary translation of the article Sources inform ''Globes'' that Delek Group Ltd. (TASE: DLEKG) subsidiary Delek Real Estate Ltd. (TASE: DLKR) is in talks to acquire the controlling interest in one of the UK's five largest income-producing property companies. Sources at foreign investment banks said that Delek Real Estate subsidiaries plan to buy a substantial bloc of shares in the public company, which is traded on the London Stock Exchange at a market cap of NIS 4.2 billion and has NIS 8 billion in shareholders' equity. The company has an annual turnover of NIS 2.6 billion. The target company's largest shareholder owns just 9% of it, facilitating the acquisition of control. Delek Real Estate is in talks with shareholders who own a quarter of the company altogether. PM: So that first URL you put up was in hebrew i think PM: And im rubbish at that NH: Great Portland shres currently 10.5p better at 482.5p PM: So this business owns NCP properties - and also various hotels PM: V british play NH: while we are on the subject of property companies NH: one we have been following here for a while is Minerva PM: Oh yea - developments>? NH: stock up 5p to 95p this morning NH: no new story just an upgrade from Merrill NH: which follows an upgrade from Cazenove last week NH: here's the summary of today's upgrade NH: But not for the faint hearted Minerva remains one of the higher beta plays in our UK real estate coverage universe. In our view, current market pricing of Minerva looks to imply a very pessimistic outcome for its three legacy projects, Walbrook, St Botolphs and Park Place, Croydon. Our analysis suggests the share price implies the book values of Walbrook (£180m), St Botolphs (£97m) are written down to zero and Park Place, Croydon is written down by £100m to £45m. On this basis the IFRS NAV would equate to 92p (in line with the share price) but if we include the uplift from Lancaster Gate and Oden residential projects (kept at historical cost on the balance sheet) of £85m or 52p (net of tax) the adjusted NAV would equate to 144p. Fundamentally, we believe Minerva is now cheap. NH: Furthermore, we believe there has been some confusion around how the construction loans work – consequently we have provided an insight of these facilities in this note. We do not think the loans are a short/medium term issue but the risks will increase if either scheme (Walbrook or St Botolphs) is vacant for a prolonged period after practical completion. Upgrade to Buy with Price Objective of 110p The shares are now trading on a 70% discount to our adjusted NAV forecast of 299p. If we apply our two scenarios as outlined in this note the discount would equate to 15% and 38% respectively. Under both scenarios we give little/no upside for latter stages of several schemes including Lancaster Gate, Odeon and the Ram Brewery development. Furthermore, we allow for a substantial write down to Walbrook, St Botolphs and Park Place Croydon. We think investors should focus on the adjusted NAV as this encapsulates the value uplift for projects kept at historical cost on its balance sheet.
18/11/2007
19:16
jonwig: LAXEY PARTNERS, one of the UK's best-known activist investors, is calling for Land Securities, the FTSE 100 property giant, to buy back up to 20% of its share capital to improve its share price performance. The demand from Laxey comes just days after LandSecs announced plans for a radical three-way break-up. Shares in LandSecs are trading at a 34% discount to the underlying value of its assets. Colin Kingsnorth, who runs Laxey, told The Sunday Times: "If the company really believes its published net asset-value figure, the discount means that purchasing its own stock is the most interesting asset it could buy at the moment." Kingsnorth said he was disappointed that LandSecs failed to discuss its recent share price performance or make reference to the large discount when it announced the results of a strategic review and half-year financial results last week. "There was no mention of the discount whatsoever," Kingsnorth said. "They pooh-poohed the idea the break-up was in response to share price weakness, but that is just rubbish. Does anyone think they would be doing this if the shares were trading at a premium to net asset value?" LandSecs said the break-up would result in superior performance for each of its three core business units. It insisted the plans were not a response to current market weakness. http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/banking_and_finance/article2889429.ece
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