Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Capital & Counties Properties Plc LSE:CAPC London Ordinary Share GB00B62G9D36 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.20 2.98% 145.10 1,709,630 15:30:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
145.10 145.30 145.50 140.00 140.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 68.00 30.00 3.40 42.7 1,235
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:30:05 AT 362 145.10 GBX

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Capital & Counties Prope... Daily Update: Capital & Counties Properties Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAPC. The last closing price for Capital & Counties Prope... was 140.90p.
Capital & Counties Properties Plc has a 4 week average price of 137p and a 12 week average price of 137p.
The 1 year high share price is 181.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 137p.
There are currently 851,119,601 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,164,187 shares. The market capitalisation of Capital & Counties Properties Plc is £1,234,974,541.05.
ram376s: Time for gdr share .
nickrl: EIiIs it better to be in CAPC or SHB pre the merger?
skyship: Hi EI Further to your post on the COA thread. Personally I don't like London assets and I don't like Retail. I believe both CAPC & SHB to be over-valued versus the far better value REITs featuring on the CP+ thread. CAPC possibly on a 15% NAV discount if we don't see a further impairment; and I for one would seriously impair their SHB holding. Compare this with the likes of AIRE, BREI, HCFT & SREI... My current two Best Buys: # BREI @ 91.90p - Discount = 24%; Yield = 4.35% # HCFT @ 939p - Discount = 20.8%; Yield = 6.08% (Both historic & likely higher)
nickrl: CAPC results out only skimmed headlines - EPRA NTA 212 pence per share, a decrease of 28 per cent (2019: 293p) - Group net debt to gross assets ratio of 28 per cent (2019: 15 per cent) - ERV decreased by 22 per cent (like-for-like) to £81 million (2019: £108 million) and equivalent yield of 3.91 per cent (2019: 3.65 per cent) - Reported net rental income down 74 per cent to £16 million against December 2019 and underlying net rental income down 30 per cent (like-for-like) to £44 million - EPRA vacancy is 3.5 per cent (2019: 3.2 per cent) Much of this had already played out at interims but shows the destruction of value inflicted from the situation. Void rate is unexpectedly low but probably because they've agreed significant levels of forbearance / deferrals here and will probably have to write off more to retain tenants.
nickrl: Others have mentioned CAPC on other share boards this morning as having NAV down 13% since mid year. Other headlines are there down about 40% rent for current FY with most of it on alternative arrangements meaning they've cut a deal over lease lengths in exchange for nil rent. In Q1 they've got 42% rent in so far and agreed some other arrangement for 52%. FY Results due on 9/3 so we should get some more insight onto whats behind the numbers.
konradpuss: The share price chart looks like a 'head and shoulders' followed by a dead cat bounce. I think the Shaftesbury figures including their Covent Garden J.V. (which performed the worst) says it all. It will get much worse before it gets marginally better
essentialinvestor: A gift of a price, can only hope it come off a bit.
skyship: Valuing SHB at 400p means a £113m write-down on their Summer acquisition of 25% at 540p. That's just 13.3p/share; so really not that serious when they trade at a now vast 55% discount. Is this becoming a buy at 104p?
nickrl: Essential as I say this very much leveraged to the tourist trade and that is on the floor currently as far as London is concerned. That said now leisure travel is permitted on public transport there maybe a progressive return and there was certainly quite a few more people on the train i took into London mid morning (now have to share with others in a coach whereas a month ago you got carriage to yourself!!). I'd like to know what deal they've got on t/o rents as that looks like the way they've gone and rightly so to keep tenants but how much is base rent and how much is t/o. Suspect we will have to wait til next results to get that answer.
trcml: Would you think CAPC buying into Shaftesbury is a means to up the divi yield on CAPC's shares?
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