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AEWU Aew Uk Reit Plc

86.90
1.20 (1.40%)
12 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Aew Uk Reit Plc AEWU London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
1.20 1.40% 86.90 16:35:14
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
87.10 87.10 87.20 86.90 85.70
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Industry Sector
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS

Aew Uk Reit AEWU Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date
14/05/2024InterimGBP0.0223/05/202424/05/202414/06/2024
25/01/2024InterimGBP0.0201/02/202402/02/202401/03/2024
19/10/2023InterimGBP0.0226/10/202327/10/202301/12/2023
20/07/2023InterimGBP0.0227/07/202328/07/202331/08/2023
26/04/2023InterimGBP0.0204/05/202305/05/202307/06/2023
19/01/2023InterimGBP0.0226/01/202327/01/202320/02/2023
20/10/2022InterimGBP0.0227/10/202228/10/202228/11/2022
27/07/2022InterimGBP0.0204/08/202205/08/202231/08/2022
21/04/2022InterimGBP0.0228/04/202229/04/202231/05/2022
20/01/2022InterimGBP0.0227/01/202228/01/202228/02/2022
21/10/2021InterimGBP0.0228/10/202129/10/202119/11/2021
21/07/2021InterimGBP0.0229/07/202130/07/202131/08/2021
22/04/2021InterimGBP0.0229/04/202130/04/202128/05/2021
25/01/2021InterimGBP0.0204/02/202105/02/202126/02/2021
21/10/2020InterimGBP0.0229/10/202030/10/202030/11/2020
23/07/2020InterimGBP0.0230/07/202031/07/202028/08/2020
20/04/2020InterimGBP0.0230/04/202001/05/202029/05/2020
16/01/2020InterimGBP0.0223/01/202024/01/202028/02/2020
18/10/2019InterimGBP0.0231/10/201901/11/201929/11/2019
25/07/2019InterimGBP0.0208/08/201909/08/201930/08/2019

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Posted at 01/6/2024 12:30 by petewy
simon Thompson IC

A lowly geared Reit trades on an 18 per cent discount even though its portfolio is outperforming peers.

In the fourth quarter to 31 March 2024, a like-for-like valuation gain of 0.4 per cent comfortably outpaced the 0.6 per cent decline in the UK Quarterly MSCI index and helped AEW deliver a NAV quarterly total return of 1.16 per cent. After the payment of the quarterly 2p a share dividend, NAV dipped slightly to £165mn (102.7p) but that was only due to a tax provision which will be reversed in the next quarter.
outperforming peers
Posted at 28/5/2024 10:06 by raj k
@SKY

Yep it is attractive as stands. Any other upside (narrowing of discount with NAV same or increasing or least likely dividend increase) should be seen as a bonus. i have added some more this morning.
Posted at 28/5/2024 07:59 by raj k
Does anyone know if the AEWU dividend is likely to ever increase. I understand the dividend has never really been covered solely by rental income and through their shrewd buying and selling of properties they have managed to keep the 8p per year payout going. If we strip out the extra dividend contribution from doing this and just look at the rental income, has it been increasing over the years and there will come a point when it will go beyond the 8p per year.

Or is this a trust you simply buy for the starting yield and the capital kicker if the interest rate environment becomes more favourable.
Posted at 14/5/2024 08:03 by skyship
A pretty good update. NAV slightly better than I would have expected; and of course great to see the 2p Qtly divi again held at 2p. Also that divi looking more secure.

At 86p the discount is 16.3%; but more importantly the yield a lip-smacking 9.3%.
Posted at 17/4/2024 10:25 by dsct
Like @Raj K, I have been looking at AEWU, as a replacement for BCPT (which is in a Formal Sale process, so may not be about much longer). Swapping one Real Estate for another.

I'm hoping it won't be 'bid for' as that would mean I'd have to look for another replacement. Initially had EPIC, then to BCPT, so maybe not a good omen lol.

The NAV and constant divi are what's attracted me here. I'm slowly reading through the past post to see the negatives (fortunately there are some posters giving their negative views as opposed to the often ADVFN pump-fest ! lol).

Any views from posters on here would be most welcome, as would other Real Estate stocks to consider - I have a list of divi paying UK REITs I'm currently going through.
Posted at 29/2/2024 17:01 by stemis
Yes, the dividend has become almost a matter of honour for AEWU so I also would be surprised if they cut it.

Just to add to my previous post. Since 31 March 2018, despite paying out 44p in dividends, the net asset value per share has increased from 96.36p to the current 103.53p, so dividend cover hasn't been a problem so far...
Posted at 29/2/2024 16:57 by spectoacc
"EPRA earnings per share have been negatively impacted by 0.28 pence due to two tenants entering administration during the period.."

"Despite our recent asset management achievements, we remain cognisant of the economic backdrop and its cumulative effect on occupational markets."

"The Company has committed to pay its market-leading dividend of 2.00 pence per share this quarter..".

"Prospective lettings at three void units....are advancing well. The re-letting of these units are expected to have completed during the first half of this calendar year, further improving income streams and mitigating the incurrence of void costs, albeit with associated tenant incentives suppressing earnings potential over the short term."


That you'd come out with:
"So - wrong. Would be totally surprising if they cut. They won't."
surprises me not in the least.

They'll probably continue to hold the divi. But nobody should be surprised if they don't at some point. A sale or larger letting falling through, or another CVA(s), could do it.

AEWU clearly want to maintain their record, but they're not daft & they'll be hoping the mood music changes. Div unlikely to be covered next qtr either.
Posted at 19/7/2023 20:08 by kenmitch
I also disagree. I’ve held from 63p in 2020 slump when the AEWU dividend yield was 13%. No way would I want the dividend cut. AEWU is also the best performer of the REITS I bought in 2020 so there’s nowt wrong with overall performance either.
Posted at 04/7/2023 14:17 by kenmitch
SOCAL. That IS how I see it now too. I.e other REITS are better choices for new buyers now. My key point is that AEWU is NOT a sell for any of us clever or lucky enough to have bought in a previous big dip (in my case 2020 covid dip)for reasons so well put by Tag57.

And SKYSHIP, as Tag57 and Spangle93 have just pointed out, my AEWU dividend yield IS 13% at my buy price, and it’s that yield that counts for me and not the yield now at a significantly higher share price! My current AEWU profit with dividends included is 100%. That’s good during a sector downturn.

And building on this point; I also bought Mining Trusts BRWM, CYN and BERI during a Mining sector dip in 2020 too. All 3 have fallen back but CYN is still more than 3 times higher than my buy price, and that’s EXCLUDING dividends on top, and the other two are still up over 150%. And the yield on big dividend paying BRWM is currently about 15% on my buy price and was more before a modest cut. And the yield on the other two though more modest is also high at 10% for CYN and 9% for BERI at my buy prices. So very useful income every year and far better than cash. i.e note my comment about John Lee’s dividends. Mine are pathetic in comparison, but at last I’ve woken up to a method that works a treat!

But my key point remains simply that AEWU is not necessarily a SELL. And for me and others using similar methods, AEWU is a strong hold. For new buyers, for now there are better choices.
Posted at 29/6/2023 11:14 by aeonflux
New major risk - Dividend sustainabilityThe dividend is not well covered by earnings and cash flows.Payout ratio: 132%Cash payout ratio: 129%Dividend yield: 8.4%This is considered a major risk. Companies that pay out too much of their earnings and cash flows are at risk of having to reduce or cut their dividend in future. If earnings or cash flows stagnate or fall, then there may not be enough to maintain the same dividend. Or in extreme cases, companies may opt to dig into capital reserves or take on debt to maintain the dividend. For dividend paying companies, any reduction in the dividend can significantly impact the share price.This is currently the only risk that has been identified for the company.

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