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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.60 -5.71% 92.50 630,742 12:33:41
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
92.20 94.90 98.00 91.60 98.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 17.49 22.17 13.98 6.6 147
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:15:30 O 20 94.90 GBX

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Posted at 26/9/2022 09:20 by 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 98.10p.
Aew Uk Reit Plc has a 4 week average price of 91.60p and a 12 week average price of 91.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 135p while the 1 year low share price is currently 91.60p.
There are currently 158,774,746 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 562,650 shares. The market capitalisation of Aew Uk Reit Plc is £146,866,640.05.
Posted at 23/9/2022 15:33 by rambutan2
Just reminding myself of this May mini masterstroke: AEW UK REIT plc (LSE: AEWU) ("AEWU" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the Company has secured a new GBP60 million 5-year term loan facility with AgFe, a leading independent asset manager specialising in debt-based investments. The loan is a fixed rate loan with a total interest cost of 2.959%. The existing GBP54 million RBS International loan facility, which is due to mature in October 2023, will be repaid in full by the new loan facility. Simultaneous to the funding, the Company's interest rate cap will be sold; with its value, as at 30 April 2022, being GBP908,000. In the current inflationary environment, the Company considers it prudent to fix the loan now, rather than run the risk of further rising rates. The Company intends to utilise borrowings to enhance returns over the next five years. In anticipation of capital receipts from the sales of both East Point Business Park in Oxford and Bath Street in Glasgow, the Company is currently reviewing an attractive pipeline of assets which offer income levels and capital growth opportunities in line with the existing portfolio. As was announced in the March 2022 NAV update, the Company had a loan to NAV ratio of 28.26%. With this new loan facility secured, the loan to NAV will be 31.40% (using the NAV as at 31/03/2022), returning the Company to its target loan to NAV ratio of 30-35%. Laura Elkin, Portfolio Manager of AEW UK REIT said: "This new facility with AgFe, secured against the backdrop of increasing rates, will allow the Company to continue to invest and realise the strong pipeline of interesting opportunities that we are currently pursuing, whilst also continuing to deliver strong returns to the Company's shareholders."
Posted at 13/9/2022 16:20 by skyship
Extraordinary how closely AEWU & SREI have been tracking each other the past 12months. Unfortunately both showing nasty Head & Shoulders Top Formations. The implication is for a c20% fall - though does look very unlikely as a fall back to 40p for SREI would mean an historic 8% yield and near 50% NAV discount! free stock charts from
Posted at 13/9/2022 14:37 by riverman77
SREI did the best by refinancing their debt a couple of years ago for something like 2.5% over 13 years - a brilliant move which I don't think has been recognised as it's on a near 40% discount. AEWU and some of the others were a bit late to fix and had to pay a bit more, but I guess better late than never.
Posted at 13/9/2022 13:18 by stemis
There may be some concern over the price of debt in REITs with base rate now expected to reach 4% (at least by Credit Suisse) in Q1 2023. Fortuitous therefore that AEWU took the opportunity to refinance their £60m debt facility at 2.959% for 5 years in May.
Posted at 08/9/2022 17:38 by cruelladeville
Share price drifting downwards here, as are many REITs at the moment. Big discounts emerging. Just negative sentiment? Time to buy more AEWU? The yield is extremely attractive at the moment.
Posted at 31/8/2022 08:10 by cwa1
Dividend Dividend declaration The Company today announces an interim dividend of 2.00 pence per share for the period from 1 April 2022 to 30 June 2022. The dividend payment will be made on 31 August 2022 to shareholders on the register as at 5 August 2022. The ex-dividend date will be 4 August 2022. The Company operates a Dividend Reinvestment Plan ("DRIP"), which is managed by its registrar, Link Group. For shareholders who wish to receive their dividend in the form of shares, the deadline to elect for the DRIP is 9 August 2022. The dividend of 2.00 pence per share will be designated 1.50 pence per share as an interim property income distribution ("PID") and 0.50 pence per share as an interim ordinary dividend ("non-PID"). Balance probably still to be applied, hopefully should appear soonish?
Posted at 27/7/2022 07:28 by lord gnome
Interesting update today. Did I miss an announcement that the Eastpoint Business Park sale had fallen through, or was it never made public? The value has dropped by £8 millions. Judging from recent share price performance, somebody must have known. Private shareholders always at the back of the queue for information.
Posted at 10/6/2022 07:01 by skinny AEW UK REIT plc (LSE: AEWU) ("AEWU" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the acquisition of the 6.04 acre Railway Station Retail Park in Dewsbury for a price of GBP4,700,000. The purchase price reflects a low capital value of only GBP82 per sq ft and provides an attractive net initial yield of 9.4%. The park is fully let with a low average passing rent of GBP8.28 per sq ft, which the Investment Manager believes provides strong potential for rental growth. Tenants include Sports Direct, Mecca Bingo, Fieldrose Ltd, trading as KFC, and the Danish furniture retailer, Jysk. The park occupies a prominent location on the edge of the town centre within an established retail and leisure area. Neighbouring occupiers include Sainsburys, Aldi, Matalan, Pets at Home and Iceland as well as a council operated library and sports facility. Dewsbury has a tight supply of retail warehousing stock, with no current vacancies within the town. Commenting on the sale, Laura Elkin, Portfolio Manager of AEW UK REIT said, " This latest acquisition supports our view that the current market continues to provide investment opportunities that deliver dividend accretive income streams while also providing future potential for capital growth. Our work undertaken on the tenants of the park has shown that they trade well from the location and we expect an attractive level of income to be sustained".
Posted at 20/11/2021 21:28 by kenmitch
Arguably it’s far too late ST cottoning on to AEWU. AEWU is by far the best performer in my own REIT portfolio (up 70% and 100% if including dividends). Best of the others is SERE up just 43%. And AEWU once big near 40% discount has gone to small premium. Meanwhile others on similar dividend yields are still at sometimes double digit discounts:- I’m happy continuing to hold AEWU as the near 13% dividend yield (if held and they managed not to cut it last year) at my buy price itself justifies holding even with little if any further share price gains. But monthly dividend payer EPIC, with another dividend increase likely very soon, looks a better buy if opting for one now.
Posted at 21/4/2021 10:01 by kenmitch
AEWU performance over 5 years is very good and as long as it can be held, that still very big dividend (8%ish even after the big share price gain) is a big plus. Bearing in mind the excellent short and long term performance the NAV discount disappearing is arguably justified. As I’ve posted (and I know annoyed in doing so) many investors prefer dividends to buybacks and if those dividends are in a REIT that outperforms then that’s even better. Compare for example the performance of AEWU who don’t buyback with SREI who do. AEWU share price is up 69.5% over 1 year, 27% over 3 years and 43% over 5 years. SREI share price is up just 8.7% over 1 year and DOWN 20% over 3 years and DOWN 13% over 5 years. Sector average is up 20.4 over 1 year, down 5% over 3 years and down 2% over 5 years. So AEWU has way outperformed the sector and SREI way underperformed throughout. What about NAV? Again AEWU has way outperformed and SREI underperformed but not as badly as the share price return. Sector NAV is 0.4 over 1 year, 2.6 over 3 and 17 over 5 years. AEWU NAV is 9.9% over 1 year, 25.2 over 3 years and 47.4 over 5 years. SREI NAV is 0.1% over 1 year, MINUS 2.6% over 3 years and MINUS 2% over 5 years. Do these figures support the argument that what matters is the quality of their investment portfolio ahead of trying to help the share price and NAV via artificial means like buybacks? SREI buying back shares since last September is still at a big discount. AEWU not buying back has seen the big discount go to zero. I hold AEWU and SREI, hoping better times are ahead for SREI.
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