Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
U And I Group LSE:UAI London Ordinary Share GB0002668464 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.75p -0.93% 185.50p 185.50p 186.75p 187.00p 185.50p 185.75p 557,366 16:29:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 123.9 -1.7 -2.4 - 231.79

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U And I Daily Update: U And I Group is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UAI. The last closing price for U And I was 187.25p.
U And I Group has a 4 week average price of 178.25p and a 12 week average price of 178.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 205p while the 1 year low share price is currently 148.75p.
There are currently 124,952,419 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 85,663 shares. The market capitalisation of U And I Group is £231,786,737.25.
skyship: Is that really Abeforth doubling their holding from 5% to 10? Tilts - you understand these things - can you confirm? If it is then that is a pretty major commitment...
dolores123: Share price nicely up so far today.
skyship: Horndean Eagle states above: "Note share price relative to where the price was a few years ago when the cheerleaders on this board were singing the companies praises and prospects." The obvious response to his usual Jeremiah comments is: Note share price relative to where the price was a few weeks years ago when the doom-mongers on this board were yet again slating prospects. Sorry HE - but I'm more than happy that UAI is now 20% higher; that after 25% higher early yesterday when a few of us exited!
horndean eagle: Another year another set of rubbish NAV figures. These figures include up to revaluations which I know some of you thought might add a decent chunk to NAV. Whilst next years gains are higher the year after have been slashed by 10m on broker forecasts. As repeated previously its fine to trade in and out of but make no bones this is a dog of a business with woeful return on equity. Note share price relative to where the price was a few years ago when the cheerleaders on this board were singing the companies praises and prospects.
my retirement fund: In my experience most property companies with abnormal nav discounts turn out to have been a case where the original investments ie. Land or buildings, were simply overvalued to begin with. So inevitably what happens is that the share price with respect to nav gradually opens up and that GAP simply gets wider and wider until crunch day comes round and the asset has to be sold, the accounts can no longer hide the deciept and the equity owners get the nasty shafting theve been so long fearing.The usual culprit behind this kind of thing is what I term soft fraud.Examples are where the valuation consultants are given a bung to state the properties are worth say X then loans are raised to an agreed covenant level Y with lenders often in on the scam and equity raised to say Z so that Y+Z=X. However when X is shown for what it really is worth Z becomes worth a lot less.Generally the winners from the soft scam are the original property owners who sold it to the trustees as well as those who got the bungs, not to mention the management and board members who get to cream off loads of fees, expenses and salaries.I'm not saying any of this kind of stuff has occurred here but you need to ask yourself if it may have.I have seen this kind of stuff time and time again over the years myself.
scburbs: I for one will be very happy if they hit the bottom of the £65-70m range regardless of the £4m. That should generate material NAV growth. With the running costs, £35m is not going to do anything too exciting to the NAV and if they had been at £40m there wouldn't have been anything to get excited about either (was £51m and £46m in the previous two years). It is a steady as she goes update which is fine if you are buying at current share price, albeit the company itself should be assessed against NAV. I do recall they were promising a valuation of the trading stock which would be very interesting albeit not mentioned in the update.
hugepants: Update ok. The discount to NAV on this stock looks to be at least 10% bigger than any other mainstream property stock so I topped up. Some will say a bigger discount is justified but I think its way overdone. Even a 30% discount to an NAV of say 278p at end December would give a 194p share price and you still collect a chunky dividend.
gbill11: It's up but so what? The sector is up today and I'm not sure uai is even keeping up with the sector today. St Modwen is up more and it's share price is up a lot since the start of the year and it yields less and is closer to net asset value. I did manage to buy on friday finally. Hopefully at the start of the rise but let's see.
rathkum: Why I own these two under the radar property stocks By Rupert Hargreaves - Monday, 14 November, 2016 | More on: RLEUAI Real estate investment trusts are a great way for the average investor to play the property market. REITs offer diversification, tax advantages (if held in an ISA) and a steady income stream from property without the hassle and capital requirements of actually owning physical property. Also, if you’re prepared to be greedy when others are fearful, you can buy REIT units at a significant discount to the value of the underlying property, which is probably one of the greatest advantages of investing in property via a REIT. Two of the property companies I’ve selected for my portfolio are U and I Group (LSE: UAI) and Real Estate Investors (LSE: RLE). Property development income U and I Group is a property regeneration company, which means it’s more speculative than a REIT but the returns on offer are higher. The company is primarily a property developer that buys, develops and sells on buildings generating an impressive return for investors along the way. Management is targeting £50m in property development gains per annum until 2019, with a 12% annual post-tax return for investors targeted through a combination of net asset value growth and dividends. In addition to the firm’s property development arm, management has acquired a number of properties to lease providing a steady rental income for the group. At the end of August U and I’s net asset value per share was calculated at 272p meaning that at today’s price of 160p, the shares are trading at a 42% discount to NAV. City analysts are forecasting a dividend yield of 4.8% this year and 7.7% for 2017 as the company pays out development profits. In the past 30 days, management has acquired around 40,000 shares in the company to take advantage of the depressed share price. Commercial REIT Real Estate Investors is a commercial property REIT focused on the North of England. The company’s CEO owns a significant chunk of the group’s outstanding shares, and so you can be sure he’s looking to achieve the best returns for investors. Over the past few years, Real Estate has been expanding its property portfolio, buying assets with high-quality existing tenants in place that offer a double-digit yield. For the first half, the company reported a 58% increase in gross property rental income, 24% increase in gross property assets and management hiked the first quarter dividend distribution by 25%. At the end of June, the group’s NAV was 63p. Once again, just like U and I, shares in Real Estate are trading at a double-digit discount to net asset value after recent declines. Also, Real Estate’s management has been increasing their shareholdings in the company recently. A dividend of 2.5p per share is predicted for 2016, a yield of 4.4% at current prices. Foolish summary All in all then, I believe that Real Estate and U and I are some of the best stocks to play the UK property market. Both companies are trading at a deep discount to net asset values, support an above average dividend yield and management owns a large chunk of the shares.
loobrush: Well in my mind UAI is doing very well and all is on trget to achieve profits as they planned and its asset value is way higher than the share price. The low share price baffles me a bit and I just think that there is some caution remaining after Brexit. There is a site visit arranged for analysts shortly-I think its next week-or the week after, hopefully this will bring in more interest in the company.In any event value will eventually be recognised and I believe within 6 months the share price will be much higher than todays price which will be seen to be a bargain.
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