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 -0.35% 35.25p 35.25p 35.50p 35.50p 35.25p 35.25p 86,191.00 11:58:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 85.2 -15.1 -8.9 - 60.75

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07/12/2016
08:20
Lxb Retail Daily Update: Lxb Retail is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LXB. The last closing price for Lxb Retail was 35.38p.
Lxb Retail has a 4 week average price of 40.51p and a 12 week average price of 54.24p.
The 1 year high share price is 104p while the 1 year low share price is currently 33.50p.
There are currently 172,350,374 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 698,303 shares. The market capitalisation of Lxb Retail is £60,753,506.84.
22/11/2016
16:09
npt: The fund managers will probably buy now at the low price level. They issues that knocked almost 28% of the share price during the past two days must have been known for weeks (if not months). Why did they not provide shareholders with a market update or a profit warning before paying out the latest dividend? Surely they must have appreciated that shareholders needed to decide whether to reinvest their dividends or not. Do the directors have any disclosure obligations in this situation?
22/11/2016
13:46
npt: From the latest accounts: Newco’s shares will be admitted to trading on AIM so as to give Shareholders a meaningful ability to participate alongside management in any remaining upside as well as providing liquidity to their investment. The share price has tanked by 27% in the past two days and the fund manager still has the audacity to say they want to participate in the upside when the remaining properties are transferred to the new company. Did the fund manager not do proper dd when they chose the main contractor for Brocklebank and Stafford? Is this bloody amateur hour. By extending the life of the fund the fund manager is just creaming fund off management fees. This fund manager should actually try participating in the upside by hitting targets instead of trying reach their performance targets by using financial engineering.
21/11/2016
17:14
npt: The Board was fully aware of the issues which hammered the share price today when the latest dividends were paid out. Did they not think that information that could hammer the share price by 20% should have been disclosed when shareholders were going to decide to reinvest the dividend or not. The remaining assets will probably be transferred to a new vehicle next year and a new performance structure will be put in place. So again, management will receive more management fees by extending the life of this fund an and a revised performance structure for the new vehicle. The goal posts will again be moved. The Investement Manager notes that 101p has now been returned to shareholders, but I would like to know what the IRR is over the life of the fund to date.5%? The fund manager is determined to get a performance bonus irrespective of the performance. Did the fund manager even do proper dd on Cardy, the builder at Stafford and Brocklebank? Frankly, I'm starting to find the whole affair extremely comical.
21/11/2016
10:23
molrey: Orinocor, Nav has fallen from around 46p to 38.70p whilst the share price has fallen from around 48p to 39p this morning so a fairly rational market response I would say. A very disappointing update. In the interim report to 31/03/2016 they stated 'we remain confident that the end value for shareholders will exceed the 64.18p (46.18p adjusted to today's money) per share referred to above by a comfortable margin'. Today they are just confident of returning more than the 38.70p NAV. Will be interesting to see what price level they are willing to carry out share buybacks/director buys at.
06/10/2016
11:37
loglorry1: @simon the main difference is tax treatment. Option 2 attracts capital gains tax Option 1 income/dividend tax. Depending on your tax situation one may be preferable over the other. Normally folk go for the capital gain to offset the capital loss as the share price drops by the distribution. Log
29/9/2016
12:15
simonsaid1: Tiltonboy I am invested in LXB but only a very small amount - I just meant I have little basis for assessing whether it's worth continuing to buy more LXB, simply because I don't have a vast amount of knowledge and rely on forums and columns etc. I'm still learning, so I have many little 'experimental' small holdings in smallcap companies. Flyfisher, thank you, that is extremely helpful. So this means future distributions will eventually exceed the share price? So, this present distribution neutralises, but in time they will build? Forgive my ignorance, we all have to start somewhere.
28/9/2016
13:26
simonsaid1: Can anybody explain how an 18p cash payout, at the same time as 18p coming off the share price, actually benefits shareholders? I'm no more or less wealthy for it, just I get that equity as cash rather than stock, effectively. Above I was told 'you get back more than you put in', I don't follow. The cash I receive is neutralised by my stock becoming less valuable. I must be missing a piece of the puzzle. EDIT: Some research, from what I gather it helps when a company is making healthy profits, as you get the capital early to reinvest elsewhere. If the company isn't growing, it does indeed neutralise as above.
16/6/2016
15:47
npt: The price didn't reach 70, so I didn't sell to be able to buy in at 65. The share price has held up very well considering what's happening in the wider market, but the share price will be dragged down slowly over the following days if the broader market keeps going down. Bank shares are starting to look cheap and will probably pop if Brexit doesn't happen. High risk trade though.
03/6/2016
09:34
webclick99: There was an article in the IC yesterday on LXB. It said that the share price is at a substantial discount to NAV. Really?! On their table they are showing a share price of 62.75p and a discount to NAV of 38%!! The NAV as at end of March was 102. So me thinks they forgot to take off the recent distribution (after 31st March) from the NAV as at 31st March. Hopefully no one is buying based on this. Unless I'm making a schoolboy error
12/6/2014
12:56
888icb: Good News on the planning front should give a boost to LXB share price.
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