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DLN Derwent London Plc

18.00 (0.85%)
Last Updated: 14:39:44
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Derwent London Plc LSE:DLN London Ordinary Share GB0002652740 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  18.00 0.85% 2,124.00 40,061 14:39:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,120.00 2,126.00 2,156.00 2,100.00 2,156.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Investment Trust 194.6M -280.5M -2.4980 -8.49 2.38B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:39:42 AT 74 2,124.00 GBX

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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Derwent London Daily Update
Derwent London Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trust sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DLN. The last closing price for Derwent London was 2,106p.
Derwent London currently has 112,291,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Derwent London is £2,380,569,200.
Derwent London has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -8.49.
This morning DLN shares opened at 2,156p
Posted at 07/11/2023 10:47 by nickrl
Q3 business update is an improvement on Q2 and shows parts of London still moving along well mind. As usual with DLN gold standard in info disclosure and some hefty rent frees being given but has often been the way with them so lagged income has to be taken into consideration.

Clearly demand for high end flats isn't down in London as they've managed to flog 4 off plan at Baker St already raking in 21.5m.

Because its low divi yield not on my watchlist so missed out on the impressive bounce back last week.
Posted at 13/8/2023 20:41 by nickrl
Interims show that London isn't as rosy for DLN as some of its peers very little rental growth with slight drop in NAV. That said they are holding onto tenants and have a fair amount of additional income from either rent frees or contracted increases coming through over next few years. There two big developments are largely supported by pre lets which is just as well giving debt pile being added to.

Lousy yield makes it of no interest at these levels but suspect it will have a floor otherwise a predator may come calling.

Still top of the class with the info they provide.
Posted at 27/3/2023 16:41 by essentialinvestor
I bought back in to GPE today, just a small amount to start with. GPE has very approx 30% in West End retail, DLN about 10%. Helical the most concentrated office play of the 3 with approx 98% office.

I can't remember this level of NAV discount, may be in the very teeth of the GFC.
Posted at 23/3/2023 16:38 by essentialinvestor
I added a small amount of Helical today and monitoring GPE for a buy.

GPE, DLN and HLCL all could be taken out by an overseas buyer, however that's a highly speculative reason to buy. All 3 REITS sold assets over multiple years to the cycle top, particularly GPE, which appears to excell at crystallising profits. This sector niche may be worth watching for an opportunity, but as arja mentions the charts look ugly atm
with lower levels more than likely on the way.
Posted at 23/3/2023 14:45 by arja
DLN and the property companies have awful downtrending charts . I rarely have time to study the fundamentals but it is mainly because of rising interest rates or less demand for renting in the cities ??
Posted at 26/9/2022 11:32 by nickrl
TRCML whilst London certainly facing increasing vacancy levels not sure its a SF situation by a long way yet so sitting on a 50% discount seems ludicrous but all sense of rational thinking is being abandoned currently. DLN are in reasonable shape over rental income currently but have some hefty committed (£650m) capex on buildings which im not clear whether they have raised the debt to cover it but they have no immediate refinancing until 2024. Never interested me this one because divi yield low and still is at this crashed share price and because scope for raising divi isn't great as its only just covered now but they do have new developments being crystallised with tenants so it won't need to drop.

Guess the attraction here is whether an overseas buyer moves in to hoover it up at this discount aided an abetted by being able to do it for 20% less dollars as well.
Posted at 26/9/2022 10:10 by trcml
Thank you for for your comments. They didn't influence me to sell (which I did a while back) but glad i did as I needed the money to buy more of LSEG. The steady decline in DLN smacks of the San Francisco syndrome.
Posted at 23/7/2022 10:02 by nickrl
TRCML public Transport operators in London still reporting significant reductions in passenger levels even on the "in work" days of Tue/Weds/Thurs of c65-70% of pre covid demand much lower on Mon/Fri. So you would think this would be a proxy for a longer term reduced demand for office space in the long run although I get this is going to be a slow burn. My initial view with DLN was they were at some risk with quite a high level of expiries or breaks coming due but to my surprise that hasn't been an issue for them so I guess there is certainly a place for offices in certain sectors that will underpin them. So i still see businesses will run down there overall office accommodation but more likely to be back office type space that gets reduced rather than that which allows collaboration.

Yield too lousy here to interest me though.
Posted at 14/8/2020 12:50 by essentialinvestor
One aspect to the DLN share price is on any recent weakness it's bought back quickly.

It's bounced from this morning's low type area so many times now that I've lost count.

It's only a pattern until it's not etc.
Posted at 13/11/2018 10:12 by dplewis1
13-Nov-2018 07:02:16AS MARKETS look for direction following October's stumble, highly valued growth shares have yet to fully recapture their verve, as is the case with more speculative smaller stocks. But value picks and those firms with strong finances are faring better.Last week's solid third quarter trading update from Derwent London suggests that the real estate investment trust ticks both of those boxes and therefore remains a solid pick from what is still an unloved sector, thanks largely to Brexit fears.First highlighted in November 2016 at just under £24, the shares trade at almost a 20pc discount to the last stated net asset value of £37.17 per share, even though the vacancy rate is just 2.3pc, the loan-to-value ratio only 16.3pc and interest cover more than five times. In addition, exposure to new developments is relatively modest and the two major schemes in London - the Brunel Building in Paddington and 80 Charlotte Street in the West End - are proving popular. They are now 68pc and 90pc pre-let respectively, up from 40pc and 73pc at the first-half stage.Brexit jitters could still weigh on the stock but the lowly valuation already prices in a lot of these concerns, while any unexpected good news from the economy could be the catalyst for fresh momentum in the shares. Still a good option for patient, contrarian value-seekers. Questor says: hold Ticker: DLN Share price at close: £30.34
Derwent London share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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