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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aew Uk Reit Plc LSE:AEWU London Ordinary Share GB00BWD24154 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 0.21% 97.70 97.50 98.10 98.70 97.10 97.50 525,662 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 17.8 3.7 2.4 40.7 155

Aew Uk Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/5/2021
18:36
I bought more than one share so hoping for at least four pence ..smile
badtime
10/5/2021
16:04
We get our 2p two weeks on Friday. Yippee 🥳
playful
10/5/2021
13:51
Eezy, that is a debate some will never see your point of view on. But yes, NAV is basically totally irrelevant absent of distress and refinancing. Not the issue here.
chucko1
10/5/2021
13:44
Still everyone looking at NAVs ,and how far from highs etc. Instead of cash flows and yields. Bonkers IMO.
eezymunny
10/5/2021
13:38
Taken a little off the table here as much a precaution/cash raising exercise as any real concerns per se
cwa1
10/5/2021
13:30
More legally-recovered back-rent to come perhaps? But I sold out earlier than this - prefer some other REITs on greater discounts. The high buying suggests a Sunday Paper tip?
spectoacc
10/5/2021
13:27
Perhaps, but AIRE is 20% off ATH, whereas AEWU is basically there. But there are still pros and cons in each.
chucko1
10/5/2021
13:12
I assume that this has caught the wave from AIRE.
smidge21
10/5/2021
13:11
Eezy, totally agree. I ignore the valuations, and 8% in this yield environment is great, especially considering the strong history of AEWU in terms of its ability to maintain this (covered, no matter what the temporary shortfall is). But I am quite prepared to trade against the frenzied nature of the buying. So I sold out completely. Never thought I would.
chucko1
10/5/2021
13:07
Rebuilding toward a covered divi of 8p. Interest rates are almost zero. I'm struggling to see the urgency to sell. The NAV as ever is of low relevance IMO. A number produced by dunce valuers.
eezymunny
10/5/2021
12:59
Looks very likely chucko appears like a lot of the recovery has already been priced in now, making me tempted to sell
allaboutsteeix
10/5/2021
12:53
Bloody hell - not as "toppy" as 98.125.
chucko1
10/5/2021
12:36
But 95.8p (where I just sold some) really strikes me as a little toppy for now. After all, this is near the ATH and they have little dividend growth prospects. NAV at 94p or so. This is the first non-positive post I have ever written on AEWU, but that is in the face of some really aggressive buying that has now been going on for a few weeks. Great REIT, but there is still the chance of lasting damage from the virus and suppression of some rents.
chucko1
05/5/2021
13:15
Goes to show that commenting on the dividend coverage of AEWU needs to take into account what the managers have been suggesting. They will get pretty close to 100% coverage when the dust settles with the few quarters of slight miss more than made up by capital gains. It has been a 9% yield all the way. Far more to those who looked through the fog and bought a year ago.
chucko1
05/5/2021
12:28
AEW has bought a retail park in Shrewsbury https://www.investegate.co.uk/aew-uk-reit-plc--aewu-/eqs/acquisition-of-retail-park/20210505070018EBNAC/
nk104
23/4/2021
09:36
The irony is that Sports Direct is on a tear! The man is no fool, however else one might feel inclined to describe him.
chucko1
23/4/2021
09:26
Great, thanks @SteMiS. Some sympathy for Mecca, none at all for cAshley. But the point is that they're meant to engage. AEWU may not have any Boots, but they're the heinous one - paying zero rent, open throughout as an essential retailer.
spectoacc
23/4/2021
09:21
It's Sports Direct and Mecca Bingo hxxps://reactnews.com/article/aew-uk-reit-plans-to-recover-1-2m-in-unpaid-rent-following-successful-legal-battle-with-sports-direct-and-mecca-bingo/
stemis
23/4/2021
08:33
It’s unlikely to be a specific case.. Simply the serving of a stat demand which requires payment in 21 days. Prior to the moratorium on forfeiture being lifted at end March a stat demand would have had no effect. So - nothing special but at least they’re doing it.
jh27
23/4/2021
07:48
Would anyone have a link to the legal case. Tia
flyfisher
23/4/2021
07:36
‘May explain the sudden and aggressive buying late yesterday afternoon’ Notable rises in several REITs yesterday afternoon, I guess it was coincident with the outcome of the court case(s)!?
frazboy
23/4/2021
07:23
Hope that sends out a strong "pour encourager les autres" type message!
cwa1
23/4/2021
07:19
Excellent, the likes of Boots & SportsDirect (no idea if it's either of them) have been taking the p*ss for too long.
spectoacc
23/4/2021
07:18
Hell hath no fury, eh? May explain the sudden and aggressive buying late yesterday afternoon.
chucko1
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