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AGR Assura Plc

41.20
-0.40 (-0.96%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Assura Plc LSE:AGR London Ordinary Share GB00BVGBWW93 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.40 -0.96% 41.20 41.22 41.38 42.52 41.20 42.52 5,333,901 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Agents & Mgrs 150.4M -119.2M -0.0402 -10.26 1.22B
Assura Plc is listed in the Real Estate Agents & Mgrs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AGR. The last closing price for Assura was 41.60p. Over the last year, Assura shares have traded in a share price range of 39.08p to 52.1096p.

Assura currently has 2,965,311,611 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Assura is £1.22 billion. Assura has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -10.26.

Assura Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/4/2024
12:53
I can't believe Barclays paid 20% income tax on my dividends from Assura in my isa... Because it is a reit... Not they have to claim it back from HMRC. Do other platforms do the same? I am thinking of ditching Barclays. One disappointment after another.
alotto
12/4/2024
12:19
I hold Primary Health Properties as well (AGR AND HICL) are in line with my Monthly Dividend. With the prospect of Interest rates falling coming 12 months. It seems reasonable to buy at the low points for the above. The uptick over the longer term seems these shares are undervalued with a good dividend.
hope1815
11/4/2024
07:00
Can I ask why AGR and not PHP? Looking at both again, have only held AGR previously.
spectoacc
10/4/2024
17:14
Assura has been in my Portfolios for a while and added as the lows continue. The interest rate question remains with the USA inflation being sticky. The BOE has hinted at interest rate cuts if inflation reaches 2%. The BOE could be the first to cut rates out of the EU and USA considering the UK had high Inflation above its competitors.
hope1815
15/3/2024
16:36
Almost 14M shares just gone through in the auction alone
cwa1
15/3/2024
15:43
I think NAV is higher than 51. Just last year the asset valuation dropped like a stone, affecting PBT. Yield is very good and sustainable, at least until debt refinancing.
alotto
13/3/2024
21:03
Me too shades of the internet boom of 20 odd years ago when anything with dot com after it went to crazy valuations With bitcoin at record highs Rather stick with the solid dividend payers atm GLA
panshanger1
13/3/2024
20:59
The A.I boom remains me of the Bubble be wary of people saying invest in them when they are at the height.

I am invested in Assura for the dividend when the interest falls in the coming year then the share price will rise.


Happy Investing

hope1815
13/3/2024
18:41
George lol I hope you're joking
So we will take a critically injured person in front of a laptop at home

alotto
13/3/2024
17:08
Is this literally heading to zero?

It is scientifically proven that as the UK's ageing population increases in size, less and less GP services will be required.

That is because healthcare AI algorithms will solve everything.

The best strategy is to buy AI stocks even paying 400x P/E multiple rather than Assura. If you don't buy AI stocks today you will miss out 100%+ guaranteed gains

george stobart
13/3/2024
05:44
What are business rates for a company with credit rating of A- (I think that's the Fitch credit rating for Asus)? I'm trying to figure out how much more Assura will pay in cost of financing at debt maturity, assuming rates stay the same.
alotto
12/3/2024
21:35
Big volume today?
badtime
29/2/2024
11:48
By way of comparison see PHP's Annual Report presentation for 12 months to 31/12/23.



See pg9 Debt summary & pg10 Delivering Financial Management

PHP net debt £1.31bn
AGR net debt £1.195bn

PHP average cost of debt 3.3% (vs AGR 2.3%)

PHP seems to have a larger amount of debt maturing over the next 4-5 yrs.

speedsgh
29/2/2024
11:26
See AGR's Interim Report presentation for 6 months to 30/9/23...



pg12:
~ 2.3% fixed average interest rate, no hedging, minimal impact on earnings from
refinancing in the next 5 years
~ 6.5 years weighted average maturity, 80% of drawn debt matures beyond 2028,
LTV 44%

pg53 shows List of facilities & covenants

pg54 shows Debt maturity profile & interest rate

speedsgh
29/2/2024
07:41
Agree re debt, used to know which looked best and previously settled on AGR, but things may have changed.

Both require some digging.

spectoacc
29/2/2024
07:37
Other key differences between them are debt profile and refinancing requirements and also that AGR is a developer whereas PHP just forward funds at known rates. Development could be good or bad depending on cost. I would say debt terms are key.
goliard
28/2/2024
19:50
Much appreciated.
essentialinvestor
28/2/2024
19:00
I hold both companies across different Funds they are classed as a REIT within the healthcare sector. PHP is a dividend Astrocrat paying more than 25 years. Assura has been around a bit but its dividend has been constant laterly about 10 years. Each company pays a dividend.

On the outlook the sector seems to be consoldating with some take overs. With interest rates may be coming down the share price for both is on the low side and do better when the rates start to fall.

Primary Health Properties-

Broker outloook The 9 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Primary Health Properties PLC have a median target of 103.00, with a high estimate of 120.00 and a low estimate of 85.00.

Assura Plc-

Broker Outlook- The 12 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Assura PLC have a median target of 51.00, with a high estimate of 70.00 and a low estimate of 45.00. The median estimate represents a 20.51% increase from the last price of 42.32.

Happy Investing

hope1815
28/2/2024
15:11
PHP v Assura, any thoughts folks, thx.

(This is not a sector niche I know well).

essentialinvestor
28/2/2024
15:09
bt, a belated LOL on that reply to Mr Stobbart - very good!.
essentialinvestor
28/2/2024
15:00
Are we there yet? Not quite I think.
spectoacc
28/2/2024
14:31
Touching lows again
badtime
22/2/2024
19:34
He paid 57.35 pounds bill at nandos because He has so much money unlike you peasants so I doubt He lied to me.
george stobbart
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