Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tritax Big Box LSE:BBOX London Ordinary Share GB00BG49KP99 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.38% 130.00p 129.60p 129.90p 130.60p 128.80p 130.20p 2,257,863.00 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 43.8 134.0 21.6 6.0 1,436.71

Tritax Big Box Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/11/2016
04:26
From the TRY report yesterday Distribution and Industrial These sectors have been the most robust over the last six months. IPD's South East industrial recorded a fall of just -0.7% in capital values in the six months under review whilst UK Shopping Centres collectively recorded a fall of -6% in the same period. We believe the sector will continue to outperform. The trend to online retailing is set to continue and the evolution in the distribution infrastructure has seen a surge in demand for smaller buildings (less than 100,000 sq ft) in urban areas to enable faster 'last mile' delivery. Our unit let to Yodel in Bristol, is a typical example. Larger units (+250,000 sq ft) have generally been pre-let or design/build and hence there is little speculative supply available to absorb new demand. Colliers report in their H1 2016 Snapshot that in the entire Midlands market, pre-let accounts for over 50% of take-up in the first half of 2016. Amazon continue to have a voracious appetite for space and rising rents for prime distribution have been observed in Greater London, West Midlands, Leeds and Manchester.
tudes100
18/11/2016
07:06
Old Mutual Plc < 5%
skinny
15/11/2016
13:47
Now 129.9 to buy. Holding off buying more until the price stops going down, whenever that will be.
tyranosaurus
14/11/2016
17:31
No its the squeeze which I told this BB about a week back..........see my recent posts. If interest rates are to start rising in 2017 then the yield on this stock will rise as well.
anley
14/11/2016
16:24
Dissapointing seeing this go below the recent offer price...agree with Alcimedes about income stocks being sold across the board. Hoping you would class Tritax Big Box as income/growth combined!?
0rient
11/11/2016
09:22
Short sighted IMV
cheshire man
10/11/2016
18:33
Income stocks being sold across the board as the Trump victory heralds a new dawn for growth stocks.
alcimedes
10/11/2016
18:27
I don`t know but I bought more at under the £1.32 offer price.
tyranosaurus
10/11/2016
16:33
What happened here today??
rathlindri
01/11/2016
16:08
Good because this is a long term investment unless one day someone comes with a bid.............look at some of my old posts on this topic. In the meantime there are still lots of short term punters in this stock so what are they going to do..........?
anley
01/11/2016
15:52
I love the conspiracy theories. As a new investor in BBOX I am taking a 5 year view on this one and care not for minor fluctuations. I don't expect sudden moves either way.
alcimedes
01/11/2016
15:50
I will buy more if it falls to 132p so I am not worried.
tyranosaurus
01/11/2016
14:10
I agree some small private investors will have bought hoping to make a quick profit but the price is being manipulated to force these small investors shares onto the market, I wouldn't be surprised to see this drop below the 132p before recovering, this sort of thing should be investigated, I have no proof but have seen this happen before with other stocks
wingrove4
01/11/2016
11:37
So the squeeze is on all those shareholders who applied for their 132p allotment as the institutions sit ready to take the stock. A classic example on how the City takes the small punters hard earned capital.
anley
24/10/2016
19:30
I asked for 17000 and they gave me 12154 so I'm happy with that result.
gilotron
24/10/2016
18:06
And to me also
rik shaw
24/10/2016
15:58
Cash finally returned at HL.
skinny
24/10/2016
09:19
Also with no, just spoke to them and still blaming Tritax, refund soon.....
greengloss
24/10/2016
09:18
Also with no, just spoke to them and still blaming Tritax, refund soon.....
greengloss
23/10/2016
09:40
It looks like the returned money is now showing in the "value" but not in the cash.
skinny
22/10/2016
08:40
O k - now with it
norland1
22/10/2016
08:22
Yes, the 35% refunds from the 'offer for subscription' were returned on the 18th. It's the 25.4% refunds on the 'open offer' excess applications that still haven't been returned by HL.
lcwanderer
21/10/2016
15:32
Must be one of the lucky ones. Had my 65% alloction +35% refund from H L on 18 October. I was able to purchase further Bbox with the 35% refund on the same day.
norland1
21/10/2016
12:23
This is a secure message.
steptoes yard
21/10/2016
10:32
Jarvis have paid back so not sure why h-l can't !
neurolodger
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