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 +1.05% 168.50p 167.75p 169.00p 170.00p 166.00p 167.00p 157,772.00 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 242.3 25.8 17.5 9.6 210.54

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08/12/201613:52UAI - formerly Development Securities692.00
14/9/201616:17PROPERTY REIT in BARGAIN territory.10.00
28/1/201616:35*** U and I Group *** 1.00
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10/12/2016
08:20
U And I Group 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 Group was 166.75p.
U And I Group has a 4 week average price of 162.65p and a 12 week average price of 165.92p.
The 1 year high share price is 240.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 140p.
There are currently 124,952,419 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 198,554 shares. The market capitalisation of U And I Group is £210,544,826.02.
15/11/2016
08:57
rathkum: http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2016/11/14/why-i-own-these-two-under-the-radar-property-stocks/ 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.
03/11/2016
13:20
loobrush: JL9 -I think that you will find that the share price will go up as the final results are due so that holders benefit from the larger dividend. They have already stated that they are aiming for 10-15% total return per annum and are ontrack for that. We will see who is the greater fool JL9 you or me.
03/11/2016
09:37
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.
26/10/2016
10:53
doublestexan: Interesting reading here. Looks like the share price may have some room to grow,does look like a traders stock IMO. If a spinoff is in the making as mentioned above, it probably will be accompanied by some large share purchases from II. Regarding small purchase of shares by director ; it could be a gift for a child. Good luck all
21/10/2016
09:39
davidosh: Mr Weiner received £2.1 million in remuneration in 2015 and £1.6m to March this year in a £200m market cap company that is excessive. The share price chart suggests it is not a remuneration that reflects success and great returns for shareholders. The ten year chart in their own AR shows TSR flat compared to REIT index up 100% so they have shockingly underperformed What is happening here ?
19/10/2016
21:42
loobrush: I have a holding and despite the small write down in asset value they still seem incredibly cheap to me against all other REIT's. There is a difference with them in that half the business is development and half rental income so it becomes difficult to value to a degree I suppose-despite that they are cheap. I thing that they will be rerated as the post Brexit property fear fades and especially as they get towards their finals as that is when they announce the special dividends plus the normal ones.Their stated aim is to improve value by 15% pa and if they do that by finals the share price will be much higher.
19/10/2016
12:51
salchow: JL9 - I can never understand why people who are so against a particular company or its directors bother hanging in when there are so many other opportunities. Clearly anyone who felt that way could have got out at over 250p only a year ago. Do you see a realistic likelihood that there will be changes that will see the share price improve to nearer net asset value?
18/10/2016
20:32
scburbs: Agreed Skyship and Speedsgh. The fact that H1 may be average doesn't mean they aren't very good value at current discounted share price.
18/10/2016
12:48
loobrush: Results tommorow-if these are as a good as I think that they will be the shares will rerate after results tomorrow as it will show that asset value is way above current share price.
22/2/2016
10:24
rathkum: From Citywire today on 5 shares the pros are buying Godber and Hamilton seize on U and I slump Citywire AAA-rated deep value veterans George Godber and Georgina Hamilton have sharply increased their exposure to property developer U and I Group (UAI) following a 30% drop in its share price. The managers upped their investment to 3.2% of the business worth £8 million at a share price of 200p, down sharply from a peak of 292p in June. The shares are held in their £725 million Miton UK Value Opportunities fund, the second best performer in its UK All Companies sector over the last year. U and I Group – known as Development Securities before its takeover of Cathedral Group last year – is an urban regeneration specialist with a focus on London, Belfast and Manchester. It currently trades at a dividend yield of 4.2% and a price-to-book of 0.7, versus a peer group average of 0.9. Broker Peel Hunt upgraded the company to a ‘buy’ in January on a price target of 290p
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