Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lxb Retail LSE:LXB London Ordinary Share JE00B4MFKH73 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.125p +0.31% 41.00p 40.00p 42.00p - - - 1,016,163.00 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 85.2 -15.1 -8.9 - 70.66

Lxb Retail Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/3/2017
15:06
Fair bit of volume today
badtime
21/3/2017
11:49
Ten more days for the board to meet
badtime
16/3/2017
08:07
I'd say good news
badtime
16/3/2017
07:08
RNS - Ayr land disposal "Sale proceeds of GBP3.356m have been received by the Company which, after accounting for expenditure since the last balance sheet date and accruing for disposal fees and contracted costs, will have a minimal impact on NAV."
eeza
09/3/2017
18:45
npt - I think the cost of a capital return could be in the range of £65k so in the grand scheme of things I think its better to club it together after the economics of the extended approval are re-struck with the Crown - which I suspect is happening now. I believe the cash lump should come in before the end of Q2.
actofwill
09/3/2017
17:09
Rushden Lakes - new planning permission. ‘The application needs to be referred to the Secretary of State as it’s a departure from the development plan. This has yet to be done. Once this has been done, the SoS has 28 days to make a decision. If he allows us to make a positive decision, there is a 6 week period for any legal challenges.
npt
09/3/2017
16:59
The 19.12.2016 update mentioned that £8.5m free cash would be received by the end of Dec. 2016. The 23.12.2016 update announced that another £6.3m free cash would be received by the end of Jan. 2017. LXB is thus sitting on circa £15m free cash that they could distribute to shareholders or buy back shares. The fund manager mentioned that they want to return funds to shareholders as fast as possible, so why the delay in the distribution? Fund management fees of 1.75% per annum is charged every quarter in arrears based on the NAV of the fund on the last day of the quarter. Basically, if the fund manager doesn’t distribute the £15m before the 31st of March 2017 they get to charge a 1.75% management per annum on the £15m cash balance. I find this very cheeky as the cash will not be used to invest in assets and should be distributed. By not distributing the £15m before the 31st of March 2017 the fund manager will earn approximately £65k of management fees on the £15m of cash they’re sitting on. Every time there is a construction delay or a delay in distributing cash in a timely manager the fund manager benefits because they get to charge more management fees. I urge shareholders to email the Chairman to request an update on the cash distribution and why the distribution can’t be done before the end of March. Why should the fund manager be allowed to charged 1.75% per annum management fees on cash their holding on behalf of shareholders. The cash is sitting in a bank account and requires zero management, so a ‘fund management’ fee on the cash balance is not appropriate. Please email the Chairman if you would like an update on the cash distribution. [email protected]co.uk A close eye should be kept on what happens to the remaining assets in the fund after the rump has been sold. I’ve got the feeling that the remain asset(s) will be used as seeding assets for the fund manager’s next venture and shareholders will not get full value for these.
npt
09/3/2017
16:58
The 19.12.2016 update mentioned that £8.5m free cash would be received by the end of Dec. 2016. The 23.12.2016 update announced that another £6.3m free cash would be received by the end of Jan. 2017. LXB is thus sitting on circa £15m free cash that they could distribute to shareholders or buy back shares. The fund manager mentioned that they want to return funds to shareholders as fast as possible, so why the delay in the distribution? Fund management fees of 1.75% per annum is charged every quarter in arrears based on the NAV of the fund on the last day of the quarter. Basically, if the fund manager doesn’t distribute the £15m before the 31st of March 2017 they get to charge a 1.75% management per annum on the £15m cash balance. I find this very cheeky as the cash will not be used to invest in assets and should be distributed. By not distributing the £15m before the 31st of March 2017 the fund manager will earn approximately £65k of management fees on the £15m of cash they’re sitting on. Every time there is a construction delay or a delay in distributing cash in a timely manager the fund manager benefits because they get to charge more management fees. I urge shareholders to email the Chairman to request an update on the cash distribution and why the distribution can’t be done before the end of March. Why should the fund manager be allowed to charged 1.75% per annum management fees on cash their holding on behalf of shareholders. The cash is sitting in a bank account and requires zero management, so a ‘fund management’ fee on the cash balance is not appropriate. Please email the Chairman if you would like an update on the cash distribution. [email protected]co.uk A close eye should be kept on what happens to the remaining assets in the fund after the rump has been sold. I’ve got the feeling that the remain asset(s) will be used as seeding assets for the fund manager’s next venture and shareholders will not get full value for these.
npt
01/3/2017
15:09
personally i would have thought that is going to worry him less than the furore over business rate changes and keeping his job!
daneswooddynamo
01/3/2017
09:10
Does anyone know how long Sajid Javid has to call in Rushden Lakes?
npt
24/2/2017
11:40
Seems like 40p is support
badtime
09/2/2017
11:38
I've topped up, I think there is hidden value here.
mad foetus
09/2/2017
10:00
They dont like it up em
catsick
09/2/2017
09:56
RNS now issued
badtime
09/2/2017
09:07
http://www.northantstelegraph.co.uk/news/revised-plans-including-more-shops-and-restaurants-for-rushden-lakes-approved-1-7813213
npt
09/2/2017
08:57
In the absence of new bad news, this should trade at 45p after the Rushden Lakes decision.
npt
08/2/2017
22:05
Not certain it would have, unless the company makes an announcement. Probably still worth buying sub 40p.
tiltonboy
08/2/2017
22:02
Lol.... The share price will open sharply up tomorrow and I don't think you would have had an opportunity to buy at today's price.
npt
08/2/2017
21:50
npt, FFS tell everyone why don't you...lol...I was going to keep quiet, and get my order in early tomorrow morning!
tiltonboy
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