Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ediston Property Investment Company Plc LSE:EPIC London Ordinary Share GB00BNGMZB68 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 50.70 186,467 08:00:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
50.00 52.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 20.85 14.07 6.66 7.6 107
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:41:00 O 10,000 50.0001 GBX

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Ediston Property Investm... Daily Update: Ediston Property Investment Company Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EPIC. The last closing price for Ediston Property Investm... was 50.70p.
Ediston Property Investment Company Plc has a 4 week average price of 49.60p and a 12 week average price of 48.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 92.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 38.80p.
There are currently 210,333,737 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 57,169 shares. The market capitalisation of Ediston Property Investment Company Plc is £106,639,204.66.
2wild: Expect 0.4p divs from next month giving an 8% yield on a 60p share price.
hugepants: Investors Chronicle had a small write-up on EPIC today ...One trust that isn't highly exposed to some of the most troubled commercial property sectors, such as high street retail, is Ediston Property Investment Company. This trust's share price performance has suffered, but it may be able to take advantage of longer-term trends because it focuses on areas such as retail warehouses, which could benefit in the wake of the lockdown. In an update at the end of March its management team said: “It is our belief that our convenience-led retail warehouse assets, which constitute 61.6 per cent of the portfolio, will prove to be more resilient than other parts of the retail market. [When] lockdown restrictions are lifted, but social distancing continues, the attributes of out-of-town retail parks will appeal to customers. Their accessibility, ample car parking provision, space they provide for queuing and avoiding contact with other shoppers, plus the fact that they are open-air, makes them the logical choice to be reopened first.” The trust has had mixed fortunes during the crisis. In May its board noted that it would collect around 74 per cent of the rent due to it over the second quarter. Just over half of its retail warehouse income comes from businesses such as food retailers that are considered to be providing essential services and allowed to keep trading. However, around of a quarter of its assets were in offices at the end of March, and demand for these could decline in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic...
spectoacc: Yes - they seemed pretty confident on Haddington back in May: "In addition, good progress has been made at Gateside, Haddington where a planning application has been submitted for a four-unit retail scheme, 'drive-thru' restaurant and a petrol filling station. The majority of the accommodation is under offer and the expectation is the development will start in the autumn for completion in summer 2020" Needs that timescale not to slip. Feel happier about things that are developed/built/let now, at current market rates, than historic/legacy stuff where CVAs, vacancies, and falling rents (eg Next 30-40% falls at renewal) are the norm. EPIC seem well-run but there's no denying they went into retail parks far too soon, and that has been the undoing of the share price. Good for those of us buying in low, but feel for widows & orphans in higher.
spectoacc: Interesting read, NAV had risen c.1%, outlook uncertain but reasonable, talking a good game, saying industrial looking very pricey. Just 6 months later, very little mention of industrial (which continues to be the sector to be in, & likely a long way to go), NAV had declined, minor hit from Arcadia CVA, share price hammered. Https:// If they can at least report a smaller NAV decline, I think they'll be doing well. Anything better than that a big plus, but my guess is the decline in retail warehouses has a way to go - High St first, then shopping centres, now retail warehouses. Still on the watchlist tho. Everything has a price. A lot of value in property atm, just a matter of what, timing, and price.
skyship: At the end of October (23rd last year) we will have the NAV for 30th September. Click on the link below and you'll see we also get an Update. Should all be rather interesting.
hugepants: IMO this reit is still being valued as if it had no exposure to retail. The question isn't why is the share price falling but why has it been so high for so long.
cwa1: NED buyer FWIW...
skyship: NAV Update as at 30th June; however the valuation excludes post Brexit action as no real evidence yet on transactional values. Conservatively managed and definitely one to keep an eye on - though quite possibly will trade down to nearer 90p in the current climate:
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