Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
CT Property Trust Limited LSE:BREI London Ordinary Share Ordinary Shares
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 84.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
84.00 84.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 16.84 21.03 8.70 965.5 20,081
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 84.00 GBP

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07/7/2022
09:20
CT Property Daily Update: CT Property Trust Limited is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BREI. The last closing price for CT Property was £84.
CT Property Trust Limited has a 4 week average price of £83.60 and a 12 week average price of £83.60.
The 1 year high share price is £98.80 while the 1 year low share price is currently £71.20.
There are currently 239,055,539 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 531,984 shares. The market capitalisation of CT Property Trust Limited is £20,080,665,276.
30/6/2022
19:29
spectoacc: Not sure I'd use measly - 4.75% at 84p. But agree it's due a tick up, and having paid out 1p/qtr for 4 quarters now, would hope it'll be rising soon. (UKCM pays 0.8p/qtr, or 4.2% on a 75p s/p. BCPT pays 0.4p/month, or 4.3% at 112p s/p. PCTN pays 0.875p/qtr, or 3.9% at 89p s/p. There's higher, like SREI or AEWU, but BREI isn't out of line). On a similar theme, market falls means more choices - eg PSN (gulp) on 12.6%.
30/6/2022
09:36
hugepants: I didn't realise BREI was so low in offices now. Sector weightings as of last trading update are; Offices 21.8 Industrial, logistics and distribution 54.3 Standard Retail 5.7 Retail Warehouse 18.2 It's on a 34% discount to NAV now and 4.7% yield. LTV only 23.5%.
29/6/2022
12:25
spectoacc: Agreed, other than EBOX it's the most unloved on my list. Interesting to see the effect of buybacks on eg API's price chart, something perhaps BREI could learn from.
27/6/2022
10:34
spectoacc: @gs - no. Note both are changing name. CT Property Trust Ltd for BREI; Balanced Commercial Property Trust Limited for BCPT (don't mention St Chris's). BREI & BCPT my no.1 & no.2. UKCM, SREI, EBOX after that, but I think I'll be all "REIT" with them all. Real assets in an inflationary environment.
08/6/2022
16:23
spectoacc: You wonder where the BREI share price would be without that VIP holding. Hadn't noticed how geared VIP is, and with only a small c.7% discount. BREI crying out for someone to take it on, plus ca change. Be surprised if that was VIP, and they wouldn't get mine at a 10% discount. Recent share price performance suggests nothing's afoot IMO, but if I were PE or a trade buyer, I'd be all over them.
08/6/2022
16:08
skyship: With the share price sliding I'm intrigued as to VIP's plans for their current holding of 14.5m shares (6.024%) bought since end March at an average price of perhaps 93p, perhaps a tad more. There is talk of further rationalisation in our sector, but VIP is half the size of BREI, so it has to be unlikely that they could make a move themselves. Not impossible of course, they could drum up equity and debt support to take a shot at, say, a 10% NAV discount, so c115p. If they lose out to a counter-bidder then to the loser the spoils with a £3.5m+ trading profit on their holding. The well-timed sale of all their other REIT holdings banked a nice profit; whilst providing the cash for their BREI raid. The size of their holding is too large for a marketable trade; so IMO there is more to this than meets the eye. They could be acting as facilitator for a 3rd party; one whose name would have driven the price higher. VIP's name has had no such effect as the Market sees it as an investment decision rather than a bid prelude. I'm not so sure. Whatever is afoot, if anything, BREI at a 29.4% discount has to be a good value buy.
12/5/2022
20:58
nexusltd: I don't know. I have always thought OLIM's style passive; not really doing much in the way of asset management initiatives to improve / develop their properties; very unlike BREI. Managing BREI's assets requires a well resourced team. Is Oakeshott up for it? Perhaps the objective is to have a sufficiently large holding to request a seat on BREI's board with a view to managing a reduction of its share price discount to NAV. VIP's is a tad under 10%.
19/4/2022
08:37
killing_time: So the question is with Matthew Howard coming across from BCPT as lead manager do you think he will start a share buy back hear to reduce the NAV gap with the share price which they have been running at BCPT.
19/4/2022
07:22
spectoacc: "...We continue to believe the Company's share price is not reflective of Company's value and quality of portfolio. The Board are addressing the fact that the shareholder returns do not match the performance of the portfolio." They are?
13/4/2022
16:30
george stobbart: VIP + BREI merger inevitable now? Both at deep discount, but will BREI shareholders agree getting paid in discounted VIP stock? VIP impossible to offer cash because it is smaller than BREI so we're talking about a reverse merger and not an ordinary merger
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