Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Standard Life Inv Prop Inc Tst LSE:SLI London Ordinary Share GB0033875286 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.59% 84.75p 84.00p 84.75p 86.00p 84.00p 85.50p 599,970 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 20.1 31.9 11.4 7.4 322.64

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Standard Life Prop Daily Update: Standard Life Inv Prop Inc Tst is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SLI. The last closing price for Standard Life Prop was 85.25p.
Standard Life Inv Prop Inc Tst has a 4 week average price of 82.81p and a 12 week average price of 81.43p.
The 1 year high share price is 88.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 64.50p.
There are currently 380,690,419 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 480,347 shares. The market capitalisation of Standard Life Inv Prop Inc Tst is £322,635,130.10.
speedsgh: Negligible movement in NAV over the quarter... Net Asset Value - HTTP:// * Net asset value per ordinary share was 82.3p as at 31 March 2016, an increase of 0.1% from 31 December 2015 resulting in a NAV total return of 1.5% for Q1; * The portfolio increased by 0.1% on a like for like basis which compares favourably to the quarterly capital return on the monthly IPD Monthly Index capital return over the quarter (fall of 0.2%); * The increase in stamp duty land tax announced in the March 2016 budget resulted in a GBP3.5 million reduction in valuations across the portfolio; excluding this the portfolio showed a like for like increase of 0.8%;
lord gnome: Looks to be a good deal and we also get the bonus of a small divi increase. Share price should pick up again once this is out of the way.
lord gnome: It would appear that the problems over the withholding tax could be affecting the share price. I can't think of any other reason for such a sharp and prolonged decline. This is starting to get serious.
skinny: Unaudited Net Asset Value as at 30 September 2014 Key Highlights · Net asset value per ordinary share was 71.9p as at 30 September 2014 which includes an adjustment for the Q3 dividend payment due to be paid in November 2014. This is an increase of 3.6% from 30 June 2014. · Successful subscription of 50m ordinary shares at 72.9p per share in relation to the prospectus published on 1 July 2014 and an additional 7m ordinary shares were also issued on 25 September 2014 at 76.0p per share, raising gross proceeds of approximately £41.8m. · Dividend yield of 6.0% based on share price of 76.8p (24 October 2014). · Four industrial properties purchased for £41.9m excluding costs.
jonwig: Metier - I think companies have shareholder permission to issue up to a certain number of shares on a non-preemptive basis, usually 10%. It will be a motion at each AGM. If they get the go-ahead at the EGM it will be a placing with institutions, I imagine. "They sure do like issuing shares recently." Quite so, and it's a worry. I think we have passed the peak of the current commercial property share price cycle, at a lower level than the last one which was over-heated. So if SLI are in the market to buy property, it will be from sellers who want to exit at the top. A few years ago, sellers were distressed. That stage is gone now.
jonwig: From a bit of reading: • SNP has a Land Reform Policy which seeks to ensure all land is used "for the public good". It's particularly targeted at landlords of grouse moors who could find themselves under compulsory purchase. But the implications could be wider: • Property prices are at potential risk from a 'yes' vote. In particular, the Edinburgh financial services sector: Aberdeen property might be an exception, of course. • Standard Life is prepared to move domicile: Meantime the share price is at a 5-year high.
lord gnome: They are following PCTN and MCKS which found ready buyers for their share issues. The share price knock was only temporary in both cases. Once the new shares were away safely, the share price recovered and went on to fresh highs. These will do the same in my view. I can't see why not. This is a good sector to be in at present.
jonwig: Yes, interesting. Since mine are in an ISA, I'll need to sell something if I subscribe. But NAV at 31 March was 67.8p. Allow for a divi (1.16p) and asset uplift to 30 June, and the current share price is probably a 5% premium already. There's no stamp duty on a market purchase, so not much incentive.
jonwig: From Citywire: The Standard Life Property Income trust is to be converted into a real estate investment trust (Reit), in a move the board said would bring 'significant advantages' to shareholders. After reviewing the 'tax efficiency' of its current structure, the trust's board decided it was in the best interests of the 'vast majority' of shareholders to convert. Subject to shareholder approval, this will be completed by the end of the year. The rules covering conversion to Reits were relaxed in 2012, meaning trusts no longer have to pay a 2% entry charge. They are also exempt from UK corporation tax on rental profits and capital gains, so can often offer improved returns to shareholders. The board also aims to grow the £200 million trust, which is currently trading at a 16.4% premium to net asset value. 'While the financial size of the company has increased significantly over the year, it remains below the level that some investors find attractive,' chairman Paul Orchard-Lisle noted in the trust's final results, announced last month. The trust has returned 41.1% in share price terms over one year versus the MSCI ACWI/Real Estate index's 23.35% gain. Http://
jonwig: Yes, the way to go is maybe "share price total return", which you can always discover when the results are announced, and it's a bit late. The lazy way is to set yourself a trailing stop-loss, and I must admit to doing such things (it's lazy and age-related), at 10% as a rule. At some point this remarkable property recovery will peak, so some sort of plan should be in place.
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