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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Civitas Social Housing Plc LSE:CSH London Ordinary Share GB00BD8HBD32 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.60p +0.71% 85.00p 210,186 09:21:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
84.60p 84.70p 85.90p 85.00p 85.90p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 18.61 36.93 10.55 8.1 297.5

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22/5/2019
09:20
Civitas Social Housing Daily Update: Civitas Social Housing Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CSH. The last closing price for Civitas Social Housing was 84.40p.
Civitas Social Housing Plc has a 4 week average price of 84.40p and a 12 week average price of 83.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 114p while the 1 year low share price is currently 83.70p.
There are currently 350,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 918,686 shares. The market capitalisation of Civitas Social Housing Plc is £297,500,000.
13/4/2019
07:44
spectoacc: Excellent report, thanks. "It warned investors, that if it had to intervene in future it could not guarantee they would not suffer financial losses." "Analysts believe the share price falls in Civitas and Triple Point triggered by the report are justified given the real estate investment trusts may have to slow – or even stop – investing the £230 million and £150 million of borrowings they have arranged, with knock-on consequences for investment and dividend returns." ‘The RSH currently has regulatory judgements on over 240 RPs outstanding, Only three of these are non-compliant for both governance and financial viability and they are tenants of the listed social housing Reits,’ he said. Numis Securities said it was ‘more wary’ of the risks now that it was clear the sector faced more than ‘teething problems’ and that the regulator was prepared to intervene ‘in order to achieve the best outcome for tenants, which may be to the detriment of investors. Personally, I wonder if a c.20% discount to NAV (tho NAV itself can be a variable feast) is pricing in quite a lot already on CSH.
11/4/2019
16:39
spectoacc: Read last few RNS's! From what I can gather (and I've only come to it recently), the issue is the tenants. ie the co that signs the lease and runs the care home (or whatever) may be of dubious financial and operational quality. May all turn out fine, but the regulator has picked on several smaller operators recently. CSH isn't alone in being affected by this. Some people apparently think the entire business model is flawed. Not sure I'd go that far, but there's an element of uncertainty now which there wasn't previously (that uncertainty presumably being "what happens to the rent if the tenant goes pop"). I'd be interested to hear the views of anyone who's followed these happenings throughout. CSH say "Today's regulatory announcements are expected to have no impact on Civitas' portfolio or financial position", but it certainly had an effect on the share price.
07/6/2012
10:53
5uchchi: Taking consideration of recent interview and the demand for Tungsten(very much--short in supply),I think it would easily pass 1p mark very soon. It is only my opinion but it is possible after looking at the recent share price movements. good Luck everyone.
22/2/2012
12:58
dicko80: http://www.moneymorning.com.au/20120124/why-tungsten-and-other-strategic-metals-could-prove-good-investments.html Check out the tungsten price change when China moved to restrict supply in March 2010 - it has doubled. There is no substitute and is critical for military applications. Price gained 35% in 2011 and expected to continue. The key part of this article for me is the following comment: "When a metal is mined predominantly in one place, it makes it more prone to supply shocks. All it takes is a change of policy from that country, and supply levels drop. This is what we saw with rare earths and are now seeing with tungsten." The British Geographic Society has a list within the article, which ranks metals in order of how prone they are to this sort of supply disruption. The author highlighted some of the metals on BGS's risk list - the strategic metals predominantly produced in China. Tungsten is 4th highest and ranks above "rare earths" for risk of supply disruption. Other key paragraphs from the article given China's moves, the BGS charts, and what happened with rare earths suggest that tungsten prices and stocks could go vertical due to the supply shock: "If China restricts the exports of these metals, as it did with rare earth elements, it would trigger a scramble for these commodities, and prices would soar. This would then lead to soaring prices of mining companies with deposits outside of China containing those metals." "The hurdle these metals face is that they don't have the charisma of gold or the acceptance of iron ore or coal. So it can be a tough to get the market to pay attention. But you could have said the same thing about rare earths a few years ago. Only a few investors knew about rare earths. Then when the price of the rare earths started soaring all of a sudden the idea hit 'tipping point' and leaped into mainstream awareness. The share price of every company with an ounce of rare earths suddenly went vertical."
12/1/2012
16:34
abbey8: Do they need cash in the near future? would that effect the share price?
09/4/2010
10:05
englishbeakfast: mallorca- sure there is potential for a good return on a punt since the overall direction is to worthless and any 1/4 decent news will benefit the share price. There is little to suggest management are more than semi-competent at present. It actually smells worse than NTOG !
17/12/2009
14:47
monkey puzzle: Will it be deja vu time here soon....remember this after this last spike? The Directors Caspian Holdings Plc (the "Company"), note the recent movement in the Company's share price. The Directors are not aware of any reason behind the share price movement and confirm that there is no material information relating to the Company which was not previously announced on 30 September 2009 with the Company's interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2009.
12/10/2009
12:34
monkey puzzle: Well the longer it takes for the company to issue any RNS relating to the recent changes in the share price the better? Unless of course any such actions can only be taken by Michael M and if he's away on travels etc maybe the NOMAD's unable to act accordingly. Then again, with AIM rules does the company need to issue any updates based on a price spike like this anyway?
24/10/2006
12:40
stuart14: Bada, I am a realist, but not a pessimist. There is a difference. I don't think the present is at all rosey for CSH, management have let down the PI's time and time again. But. They are now profitable. They are increasing production, revenues and profit. They are sucessfully drilling more wells. If the AIM Oil & Gas market improves then so with the CSH share price. If the general market malaise continues, CSH won't get about 11p for the forseeable. Simple.
08/11/2005
12:57
edgein: Cleo, The mm's slaped Mr Masterman's wrists for delivering the last RNS. The RNS's have been relatively inconsistent, but the damage was done with the timetable released at the oil barrel conference, as a result the CSH share price won't recover in the short-term. On the completion of the work-overs as inticipated in the last release we might get some progress. You cannot increase field prudction through re-loggin of all wells alone. The work-overs must be completed on all wells before we know the capabilities of the Zengeldy field as a whole. If CSH continue to fail to deliver then the share price will remain low and under-valued on reserves. If they are able to implement the plan as outlined before the share price will respond to good news. The cash balances are in the interims, expenditure on the programme to date has mainly been re-logging, reworking to date basically hasn't been started to any great degree, CSH are taking a cautious approach to this programme. The future of the Zengeldy field in terms of production and reserves will lie in Masterman's ability to complete this workover programme and deliver the results to market in some sort of timely fashion. As always DYOR, rely mainly on market releases for CSH as company information of late has contrasted with this. CSH remains a long-term play on reserves and potential production, not for widows and orphans but opportunities can be had at all share prices depending on your views to go short or long. Regards, Ed.
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