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PLAZ Plaza Centers N.v.

0.00 (0.00%)
22 Feb 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Plaza Centers N.v. PLAZ London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 50.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00
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Plaza Centers N.v PLAZ Dividends History

No dividends issued between 23 Feb 2014 and 23 Feb 2024

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Posted at 10/7/2015 07:38 by falia
Posted at 23/12/2014 15:34 by mudbath
What are your current views on PLAZ greedfear ?
Posted at 13/2/2014 09:06 by greedfear
An updated debt restructuring. We're going to enter exciting times for PLAZ and us shareholders.

What would you do if you were a bondholder and get the feeling bondholders will agree with the restucturing while there's a huge gap between nav and sp?
Exactly! Start buying PLAZ shares.

Truly a greed and fear play ...
Posted at 04/1/2014 10:33 by muzerewa
Hi no back in England, will pass by next time I'm in Bucharest in a couple of weeks. Well done on PLAZ, so far so good.
Posted at 25/11/2013 15:49 by greedfear
Must be the bottom. If bond holders agree there probably is going to be a right issue that corresponds with 6p for each share issued till now.

The volume doesn't look like people wanting out at this level.
There is/are seller(s) though but not being very agressively.
Probably investors that do not want to invest more into PLAZ but willing to take part in the right issue.
Freeing up money to do so, but it would not make sense for them to sell below 6p or so as that would be the contribution per share PLAZ would ask from their shareholders for every share held if the right issue would take place.

Can't afford to buy anymore PLAZ alas.

Anyway, just my two pennies.
Posted at 09/1/2013 12:58 by chrisdonohue
The proposer is the parent company Elbit and owns 62.52%
(figures taken from last published 2011 annual Report).
There are 3 other large holders based in Poland owning
together around 21% (9.84%, 5.94%, 5.07%).
30m euros is the dividend paid in 2011 which worked out at
around 0.101 euros a share which was not paid in 2012.

This is an attempt by the parent comnpany to receive income
at the same level as last year from its investment. I
suspect that an EGM would need to receive 75% approval.
Posted at 26/9/2011 11:55 by rj allen
Anyone received their dividend yet? Is it paid in euros, or converted into sterling?
Posted at 26/10/2008 11:14 by nickcduk
As Edmundshaw pointed out, negative sentiment towards emerging markets is extremely prevalent at present:

The problem with the likes of PLAZ is that they just continued to expand their development pipeline despite market conditions worsening markedly. Obviously never realised the business cycle exists and that they should have been cashing in their chips rather than looking for new developments over the last couple of years. They are in a pretty strong position in terms of cash but they have few completed developments generating income and plenty of projects they are already committed to funding. Should survive the current credit crisis and will probably look cheap in a few years but with no positive news on the horizon the shares don't look appealing at present.
Posted at 09/7/2008 14:37 by edmundshaw
Well, a sort of policy (from the prelims):

"Dividend Policy

The basis of the Company's stated dividend policy is to reflect the long-term
earnings and cash flow potential of the Group, taking into account the Group's
capital requirements, while at the same time maintaining an appropriate level of
dividend cover.

In Plaza's Interim Results announcement in September 2007, the Directors
outlined their intention to make distributions based on the annual net profits
of the Group starting with the 2007 financial year.

In light of the Company's strong performance, owing to the highly profitable
disposal of assets, the Board of Directors will seek shareholders' approval at
the annual general meeting on 27 May, 2008 for a maiden dividend of €57 million,
representing circa £0.14 per share.

If approved, the first dividend is expected to be paid in June 2008, with an ex
dividend date of May 28, 2008 for shareholders on the register at May 30, 2008."
Posted at 09/7/2008 14:33 by edmundshaw
I'm not sure Plaza has a dividend policy as such. But it is run to generate cash, and when it does I expect some of that cash to be distributed.

The last dividend was around 4x covered from memory, so there was cash at the last year end; but it is true there are a lot of projects in early stages of development. However, to date Plaza has not had difficulty raising capital, recently in the Tel Aviv exchange.

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