Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Capital & Regional Plc LSE:CAL London Ordinary Share GB00BL6XZ716 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60 -0.77% 77.00 26,129 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
76.00 77.00 77.00 75.00 75.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 88.90 -121.00 -16.20 80
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:18 UT 12,094 77.00 GBX

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Capital & Regional Daily Update: Capital & Regional Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CAL. The last closing price for Capital & Regional was 77.60p.
Capital & Regional Plc has a 4 week average price of 71p and a 12 week average price of 71p.
The 1 year high share price is 302.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 67.18p.
There are currently 103,884,038 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 44,692 shares. The market capitalisation of Capital & Regional Plc is £79,990,709.26.
joedjoed: If my previous post is right what this means is that discount to NAV at current 24 share price is 32.7%. The aim of the capital raising is to payoff debts where there is least headroom and leave some capital over for the investment necessary to release value. Per the interims presentation this involves retail to office or residential conversion. Which sounds lucrative to me.
swindon41: I mentioned WHSmiths more because they are heard pressed to compete - albeit OK at the moment - and are going to be negotiating hard with CAL for rent forgiveness/rent reductions as much as anyone else....they have a trump card to play in that they ARE one of the few large space-renters /high street retailers doing OK and boy do CAL need them to biggest fear for CAL is the business model: it's based on large amounts of debt that is serviced by ( ever upawards increasing) rental flows as retail high street tenants compete with each other for the valuable space that CAL centres occupy. The model is broken - and in my view for good. I'm commenting here more as a property valuer than an investor; previously the dice have been loaded in favour of landlords: now it's with the tenants and their valuers. If I'm correct, you're likely to see rentals falling, void increasing and bad debts rising - all leading to falling NAV's. If that happens, it will mean one thing: Gearing Covenants being broken and the owners of debt taking control and at best if CAL are to survive it will be via debt for equity swaps. Make no mistake, if that happens equity gets decimated. All imho and DYOR as I could be way out ( I was wrong about the speed with which CAL's share price has plunged) . If you still believe in retail, perhaps better to invest directly in those you think will survive like WHSmiths if you think they have a compelling long term business offer.
gary1966: 22.4m shares just gone through and have to assume that is what has been worked for some time and decimated the share price. Now I am going to be interested to see where it goes now as I don’t buy in to the complete doom and gloom. Operationally the company is doing well. I don’t see the covenant issue. But then I am down 65% on a small investment which clearly shows I know nothing. :-)
swindon41: For balance....... DEB-effect isn't just on rentals, it's service charges too under threat, and it's the rolling impact on other stores which will see footfall suffer and in turn they will play hard ball on rental reviews and renegotiations as frankly city centre 'sub prime' Malls like CAL's in luton are where only the mediocre stores want to be.....yep, the yield at 14% looks very tempting, but how sustainable? It looked tempting when the share price was 35p and then more tempting at 30p, but like clothes out of fashion, it may get a whole lot cheaper yet. Upwards-only rent reviews are now dead, high street shopping as we know it is dying and has to reinvent itself, the old business model of marginal operators like CAL is dead. Smell the coffee.
mattboxy: NAV now around 60p per share vs 66p in June 201810% NAV write down vs 50 % share price fall !I'd say there's value to be had in these
swindon41: This is only going one way - share price in free fall, retail sector battered, a business model that's broken, malls that are grotty and lowest end of the market, and management that's in denial....a CEO who seems more interested in pursuing very dodgy dubious PR 'techniques' and a personal vendetta against the likes of Luton Town FC ....the strength of feeling against C&R in towns like a luton is tangible and institutional investors are becoming increasingly concerned about reputational issues....dividend is the only thing proppping up the share price, but income will become increasingly under threat as more shops struggle into 2019 and impact of U.K./global rcession.I'd avoid like the plague. AIMO. DYOR.
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1nf3rn0: Director purchases, always good to see, especially towards the top of a recent run up in the share price.
spurious: results 7th March. Recent heavy and sustained director share purchases including Parkdev increasing strategic holding to around 29% and steady buying from Standard Life to over 9% gives confidence.Retail figures would suggest the high street is not dead and backs reported increased footfall at Cap and Reg and rising nav (54p) last update.I see considerable short term upside by either higher share price or take out Regards SP
rafieh: CR, I wonder if the surge in the DOW and the unexpected rise in home sales in the US will help CAL share price over the next few days. I think, on balance,it is more likely for the share price to touch 20+ level first than to head straight for 10p from here. In brief, the shorters will have a less comfortable sleep tonight than the longs. Agreed?
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