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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.10 -1.51% 71.60 282,282 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
71.80 73.80 70.20 70.20 70.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 17.79 3.65 2.40 29.8 114
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:40:49 O 1,200 71.60 GBX

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Aew Uk Reit Daily Update: Aew Uk Reit Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AEWU. The last closing price for Aew Uk Reit was 72.70p.
Aew Uk Reit Plc has a 4 week average price of 65p and a 12 week average price of 58.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 102p while the 1 year low share price is currently 53.20p.
There are currently 158,774,746 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 411,179 shares. The market capitalisation of Aew Uk Reit Plc is £113,682,718.14.
waikenchan: Maybe it's priced in the share price...
jonwig: The placing failed because there was no open space between the NAV (97.24p), the asking price (97p) and the current share price (96-98p). The only viable situation is when you've got a share price well above a NAV and you can slot the asking price between the two.
lord gnome: That explains the price weakness from 100p. The shares have been pre-sold, thus allowing anyone buying at 97p to sell in the market at anything above the placing price. Money for nothing. The share price will soon recover back over 100.
nimbo1: AEWU should buy AEWL - at a 9% discount to AEWL NAV and a 9% premium to the AEWL share price. That would be immediately enhancing to the NAV of AEWU and probably be acceptable to AEWL holders... They can issue the shares at NAV here as that's where this now sits.
lord gnome: Happy to keep harvesting dividends from AEWU and RGL. Delighted to see NRRR share price dropping back as I have funds to invest. 210p would be nice for a 10% yield. Bring it on - no disrespect for current holders. By the way, four years ago to the day since I started this thread. Had a look back at early posts to see who was on here then and my early views on the company. Still slightly under the water with my first two share purchases, but the quarterly dividends keep clocking up. Property will come back in to fashion again one day. I just hope I am still here when it does. :-)
spectoacc: @chucko1 - they've said they won't raise money unless it's at NAV or higher, including issue costs: "Any new Ordinary Shares will only be issued pursuant to the potential Share Issuance Programme at prices greater than the latest published NAV per Ordinary Share. " C-Share also likely.
waikenchan: Is the decline in share price just the brexit effect or do we think there are legitimate worries on the types of commercial properties AEWU hold?
jonwig: A000... - ask yourself, if the current assets are worth 5% more than their shares (ords), why would the fully-invested C share assets (at, say, 95p) be worth more than the C shares? Their share price should fall immediately. And when conversion occurs on a nav basis, the C shares would turn into ords on a 0.95:1 basis, so a C share holder would end up with a 5p loss. If AEWU's shares stood at a premium, new ordinary shares could be issued at a slightly smaller premium. VCTs aren't comparable, as any new shares get a 30% tax rebate.
speedsgh: NAV Update and Dividend Declaration - HTTPS:// Alex Short, Portfolio Manager, AEW UK REIT, commented: "Despite some uncertainty caused by the General Election, the performance of the Company's assets has continued strongly over the past quarter with like-for-like valuation growth of 1.4% recorded. This compares favourably to MSCI data which shows that the market as a whole delivered growth of 1.1% over the quarter to 30 June 2017 on a "standing investment" basis (excluding transactions and developments). We are particularly pleased with the capital appreciation delivered by the Company's industrial assets which have seen the strongest growth of all of the sectors in which the Company is invested, at an average of 2.8% within the quarter. The portfolio has been particularly well placed to benefit from this movement with its high weighting towards the industrial sector where many of our recent acquisitions have been focused. Following the three industrial acquisitions in the quarter, the Company is now fully invested, including utilisation of the proceeds from the sale of the Core Fund units. The new acquisitions in Runcorn, Deeside and Peterborough are all in locations which exhibit low levels of supply alongside robust tenant demand and a low level of passing rent. Occupier markets have also shown resilience over the period as evidenced by the Company having completed its final letting at 40 Queen Square in Bristol. Further to this, we have seen significant progress in other key occupational transactions over the quarter for which further announcements are expected to be made in due course. These successes will help to secure and lengthen the Company's income stream and ensure its sustainability for future performance. This quarter sees the dividend return to being fully covered. The increase in earnings is partly attributable to non-recurring items of 0.14 pence per share in the quarter. In addition to the performance of the portfolio itself we are also pleased by the resilient performance of the Company's share price which has maintained a robust premium to NAV for over 6 months now. We are confident this will assist in growing the Company to provide enhanced liquidity to the Company's shareholders. As such, we highlight that we continue to see a strong pipeline of available stock at yields which would be accretive to the current portfolio. Over recent weeks we have seen an increased number of attractive opportunities in the retail and office sectors and we therefore expect that future acquisitions will represent a more balanced spread of property sectors, rather than being concentrated in the industrial sector as we have seen over past quarters. In line with our strategy we continue to focus on finding future acquisitions which will deliver an attractive return from a well-diversified regional portfolio." Dividend The Company today announces an interim dividend of 2.0 pence per share for the period from 1 May 2017 to 31 July 2017. The dividend payment will be made on 29 September 2017 to shareholders on the register as at 8 September 2017. The ex-dividend date will be 7 September 2017. The dividend of 2.0 pence per share will be designated 2.0 pence per share as an interim property income distribution ('PID'). The EPRA earnings per share for this period were 2.10 pence (30 April 2017: 1.84 pence). The increase in earnings per share is partly attributable to non-recurring items of 0.14 pence per share in the quarter, including business rates credits and back-dated turnover rent received. At the time of the Company's IPO, AEW UK Investment Management LLP (the "Investment Manager") provided guidance that they would assemble a portfolio supporting a target dividend between 8 to 9 pence per share. The initial portfolio has now been assembled and the Company has paid a 2 pence per share dividend for each quarter since January 2016. The Board of Directors are of the view that over the medium term this level of dividend is supportable from earnings on the current portfolio; accordingly, the Board has resolved to pay a 2 pence per share dividend for this quarter, as with previous periods. With this dividend, the Company will have paid 15.5 pence per share since launch.
horndean eagle: scumbags. could have at least waited for the share price to rise before issuing new shares. existing holders been stuffed with a potential 1% return over 6 months. The least they could have done now they are nearly fully invested was to go and pump the story up and then done a placing. It would hardly have been a difficult job given a 8% yield was nearly on the horizon. Im going to look to get shot as soon as possible. Dont trust these clowns to do the right thing by shareholders. It seems its only the right thing for themselves.
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