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|vikingwarrier: Assets of 319p a share and profits for 6 months are £244m Call it £500m for 12 months and currently all we have is the asset value. Qatar could buy at the current price and gain £500m a year. Normally a £500m profit would be valued at say a PE of 10 or £5bn. Qatar need to add £5bn to the pot here.Thats about another 600p on the current share price and a PE of 10 is quite reserved.|
|high park: If you're interested in residential property, Naos, look into QED, strong share price growth without the spectacular finish.
Songbird's valuation was un-expectedly high, hence the amazing spike. So everything's in the price.
SBD price & QED's had/have both been rising in anticipation of the Annual Results. If QED's results are as good, due 23 May, we might see a similar spike.|
|naos: That's sensible for you high park as you came in at lower levels and it would be wise to take the profit as that's what its all about.
I'm not looking at this just because the share price has gone up over the last week, although that clearly piped my interest. But taking the wider view here.
Canary Wharf have pretty much filled up their ugly towers, with no new ones currently being built just yet, although several are planned but it'll be several years before they will appear. The even uglier walkie talkie tower will get fully let out soon. Songbird are diversifying into residential property and trying to attract tenants beyond the usual finance ones.
There is fast approaching a glut in high grade office space and demand for residential is still soaring, so I've no doubt Songbird will able to sell their tiny flats, once built, for a fortune.
Rents are pouring in from office as well as retail tenants and as the Canary Wharf estate, as originally planned, is now full, there are plans to expand with new developments like Heron Quays and Wood Wharf. And 70% of the tenants are locked in to lease agreements for at least 10 years, so that's pure profit from them with no cost or risk attached.
Crossrail opens at CW in 3 years, but the shops in the new station open next year and CW are well on the way to fully letting them all out, bringing in yet more dosh.
Although I am concerned about the debt, I understand enough about it to know that its long term debt and no bank/creditor can just pull the carpet out from underneath Songbird's feet.
Any more upward movement in the share price will become a very strong buy for me.|
|victorjohn: The shares are £1.40 (bid price) as I write this, so the recently completed buy back appears to have contributed to the pleasing sharp rise in the share price.|
|mafia music: broke through support so what to expect now?
currently at 105.5p so huge discount to NAV
but what potential is there for the share price.
when is the share price likely to reflex the potential.
and how much further can this fall. In a short space of time it fallen from 160 to 105.5
but this stock hasn't been alone , many stocks well loads have suffered so when will the tables turn suppose is a question i should be asking|
The SBD share trades has me totally confused shares yesterday were up yet Sells outnumbered Buys by quite a margin!! However the whols commercial property sector is on the up!!|
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