Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
British Land Company LSE:BLND London Ordinary Share GB0001367019 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.40p +0.58% 593.80p 2,479,038 16:35:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
593.40p 593.80p 597.20p 589.60p 593.40p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 639.00 501.00 48.70 12.2 5,761.1

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British Land Daily Update: British Land Company is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BLND. The last closing price for British Land was 590.40p.
British Land Company has a 4 week average price of 578.20p and a 12 week average price of 520p.
The 1 year high share price is 703p while the 1 year low share price is currently 520p.
There are currently 970,216,417 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,964,354 shares. The market capitalisation of British Land Company is £5,761,145,084.15.
shieldbug: BL selling 4 Debenhams stores. No information about price vs valuation. Probably a good thing for the share price to start reducing exposure to retail. Bad news about Crossrail that BL have talked of as key to their Offices strategy. Mind you with Brexit and structural changes in retail that is least of their problems.
jonwig: Telegraph. The notion of a bid is interesting (possible merger with LAND not mentioned): Questor share tip: British Land's 5.3pc yield means that we can afford to be patient – and bidders may scent value This column’s suggestion to buy British Land in the early spring has yet to shower readers in riches because the shares, which looked cheap at the time, have fallen further. In other words, they are now cheaper still, trading at a 39pc discount to the company’s stated net asset value, or “book” value, of its properties of 967p a share. And judging by a second bid for Intu, the shopping centre group, someone else seems to think Britain’s “Reits” (real estate investment trusts) may have fallen too far. A three-way consortium is considering a cash offer for Intu. The presence of Brookfield, a Toronto-quoted business, in the consortium is particularly interesting, since it has already swooped for New York-based Forest City and taken full control of an American shopping mall owner called GGP – both multi-billion-dollar deals. This is not to say Brookfield or the other consortium members will turn their attention to British Land. But it does show that there are buyers of real estate assets out there who presumably share this column’s view that lowly share prices and a weak pound mean that there could be long-term value to be had in Britain’s Reits. The trick now is finding a catalyst to unlock the value that may be there. Otherwise, the stock could fall further. Such are the frustrations (and dangers) of value investing. Interim results due on Nov 14 will update on trading and the all-important net asset value. In all honesty they may not be that inspiring so it could take more merger and acquisition activity (or greater clarity on Brexit) before the share price moves. But the 5.3pc yield means we can afford to wait patiently. Questor says: hold Ticker: BLND Share price at close: 582.6p [Author Russ Mould is investment director at AJ Bell, the stockbroker.]
contrarian joe: EI, I have company refs going back to 2000,one main reason for not initially investing was your "very good wealth destroyers point".Shares in issue 2008 517M,2010 874M,2007 NAV 1678p,share price 1212p mkt cap £6.265bn (a 37% discount to nav),by 2009 shares had tumbled to £3.20p, "extraordinary times".
eriktherock: 'The Board believes that investment in the Company's shares at the prevailing discount to net asset value offers attractive value.' 14th June 2018. Share price 692p Hmm
sun1950: Share price is indicating a NAV near 900p surely can’t be right
shieldbug: Right you are. I am still struggling to understand the point of buy backs. Buying 3% of the share capital should mean that at the end of the year there will be about 3% less shares in existence but the dividend is an amount paid per share. So no effect on dividend growth. The company pays out 3% less in dividends - I wonder what the rental loss from selling Broadgate is 3%?. Share price will wander around according to many factors one of which is the lower number of share in existence.
cc2014: As far as I can tell the share price now seems to have got through or is trying to close above the chart resistance of around 674 from April 2017 which if it succeeds indicates a free run to 760. I was going to sell a few here but I'll wait and see what happens
wskill: 35 percent discount to net assets and a 5 percent yield to help me with the waiting game until the share price catches up with NAV this is my sort of investment.
ntv: “This rolling buyback programme reflects our commitment to seeking the best long-term returns for shareholders. “We continue to see strong demand in the investment market, which makes opportunities to acquire new standing assets, at attractive returns, more limited than usual. “With our shares trading at a substantial discount to NAV [net asset value] and providing a 5 per cent dividend yield, allocating capital into a share buyback represents a clear value opportunity.” same share price as it was in 2013, that is 4.5 years ago. how long have you got and it is all down to poor management two and half year view is even worse with 25% plus fall in the share price should have been buying back millions of shares down here if they didn't have any doubt about their own strategy. huge discount
ntv: not sure the relevance track record over the last 4 years is poor compared to the ftse (share price performance) they can't buy anything because the shares trade at such a deep discount to supposed asset value. To increase nett assets they need to buy in their own shares in much larger quantities. the amount they are buying back is pointless. this will show when the results come out. selling a property at close to asset value and buying back more shares might close the discount as well and give management some credibility.
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