|Rugby Est It
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|Rugby Est It Daily Update: Rugby Est It is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RUGB. The last closing price for Rugby Est It was 63p.|
Rugby Est It has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 60,464,906 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Rugby Est It is £38,092,890.78.
|topvest: Yes, it's not a great deal; I prefer Rugby as an asset manager to ING! Nevertless, I think I will roll-forward my investment and take shares in the ING vehicle, unless the share price reduction means its cheaper to take cash and re-invest in the shares. At least they offer a reasonably good yield and an average to good quality property income trust to hold for a few years. This trust doesn't look as good as the F&C trusts for example, but worth holding I think.|
|topvest: Well I think that offer works for me; I will take the shares in ING Real Estate if it looks sensible. The days of this investment estate, Rugby Estates and 012 are all numbered in my opinion.
Rugby is returning capital, and has just sold its Covent Garden portfolio.
012 is controlled by Perloff and Utilico and so it is very likely that a transaction is near.
This REIT is effectively "in play" due to the large Terra Catalyst holding.
The upside on ING is that at least it returns 1p/quarter in dividends on a 50p share price.|
|affc21: Rugby Estates Investment Trust's portfolio outperforms IPD
09:55 | 27.08.09
By David Doyle
Rugby Estates Investment Trust outperformed the IPD All Property Monthly Index in the first half of the year with a portfolio valuation decline of just 5.3%.
The IPD Index has fallen by 13.2% over the same period.
The REIT's portfolio fell by £3.2m compared with a decline of £7.3m for the same period in 2008.
Philip Kendall, chairman, said: 'The group is generating a positive revenue profit and cash flow from its property rental business. The group's financing is sound and gearing is low.'
Rugby's valuation declined contributed to a pre-tax loss £2.2m compared with £6m for the same period in 2008.
The business has a conservative gearing level of 56%.
Rugby's £57.1m portfolio comprises 34 properties with an average lot size of £1.7m and rental income of £4.5m.
Rugby's share price rose by 3.5p in trading this morning to 34p.
|cerrito: Good to see 6.1.08 NAV of 98p and thus a healthy premium over current share price plus the fact that they haver £3.5m of free cash; steady as she goes report; extremely comfortable with what I have even if immediate dividend prospects are poor but not minded to buy more.|
|makingheaps: After three acquisitions last year I believe that if you assume the properties have fallen in value by 1/3rd from their stated values then you get a NAV today of 59.2p. So the current share price already assumes a pretty big slide in property prices. The cost of conversion will be about £1.6m or approx 2p per share. They should be profitable and cash positive based on rental income of about £4.5m. I don't think there's any more free cash allowing for the deposits to support the loan notes so future acquisitions are going to be for shares or backed by another placing. Institutions hold about 52.5% and the directors have been buying at 63p and 65p. I'm just watching for the time being but would appreciate other views.|
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