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CAPC Capital & Counties Properties Plc

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08 Dec 2023 - Closed
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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
  0.00 0.0% 131.30 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
130.80 131.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 131.30 GBX

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Posted at 06/3/2023 17:20 by nickrl
so why was CAPC up nearly 6% today but SHB was static?

anyhow we need a new thread for SHC
Posted at 19/8/2022 16:57 by essentialinvestor
At the current price it makes little difference Nick. I also traded a small amount
of Capco today for £170 profit, which is small beer but helps reduce the holding cost.

The only case I can see for favouring SHB is an outside chance of the merger
not completing - if that were it happen then SHB is Up 8-10% immediately.

However, the UK is headed full speed for something dire economically.
That's only fair to add and anyone who considers otherwise should try living in the real
world instead of a shell.
Posted at 17/8/2022 11:45 by essentialinvestor
Capco now moving in to a lower trading zone as recession takes hold?,
looks that way. Got down to about £1 in the March 2020 Covid plunge low,
would not expect that price again, but never say never etc.
Posted at 08/7/2022 17:28 by nickrl
EI it will be depression if the price cap goes to 3k
Posted at 04/7/2022 09:26 by ram376s
Time for gdr share .
Posted at 29/6/2022 17:42 by nickrl
EIiIs it better to be in CAPC or SHB pre the merger?
Posted at 31/1/2022 16:23 by skyship

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)
Posted at 09/3/2021 13:02 by 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.
Posted at 02/2/2021 14:16 by 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.
Posted at 20/12/2020 20:40 by 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
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