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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
First Property Group Plc FPO London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 30.50 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
30.50 30.50 30.50 30.50 30.50
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Industry Sector
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT & SERVICES

First Property FPO Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
26/11/2020InterimGBX0.4531/03/202031/03/202103/12/202004/12/202008/01/20210
25/06/2020FinalGBX1.2231/03/201931/03/202020/08/202021/08/202025/09/20201.67
21/11/2019InterimGBX0.4531/03/201931/03/202028/11/201929/11/201903/01/20200
06/06/2019FinalGBP0.0131/03/201831/03/201922/08/201923/08/201927/09/20190.01
22/11/2018InterimGBP031/03/201831/03/201929/11/201830/11/201828/12/20180
08/06/2018FinalGBP0.0131/03/201731/03/201823/08/201824/08/201828/09/20180.01
23/11/2017InterimGBP031/03/201731/03/201830/11/201701/12/201729/12/20170
09/06/2017FinalGBP0.0131/03/201631/03/201731/08/201701/09/201729/09/20170.015
23/11/2016InterimGBP031/03/201631/03/201701/12/201602/12/201630/12/20160
14/06/2016FinalGBP0.0131/03/201531/03/201601/09/201602/09/201630/09/20160.0115
26/11/2015InterimGBP031/03/201531/03/201603/12/201504/12/201531/12/20150
11/06/2015FinalGBP0.013531/03/201431/03/201520/08/201521/08/201530/09/20150.0135
26/11/2014InterimGBP031/03/201431/03/201518/12/201419/12/201415/01/20150
03/06/2014FinalGBP0.01231/03/201331/03/201420/08/201422/08/201425/09/20140.012
27/11/2013InterimGBP031/03/201331/03/201418/12/201320/12/201317/01/20140
05/06/2013FinalGBP0.0131/03/201231/03/201328/08/201330/08/201327/09/20130.01
05/12/2012InterimGBP031/03/201231/03/201312/12/201214/12/201211/01/20130
11/06/2012FinalGBP0.0131/03/201131/03/201222/08/201224/08/201221/09/20120.0108
30/11/2011InterimGBP0.003331/03/201131/03/201207/12/201109/12/201129/12/20110
21/06/2011FinalGBP0.0131/03/201031/03/201124/08/201126/08/201123/09/20110.01
30/11/2010InterimGBP031/03/201031/03/201108/12/201010/12/201030/12/20100
09/06/2010FinalGBP0.007231/03/200931/03/201005/03/201007/03/201001/04/20100.0103
30/11/2009InterimGBP0.003130/03/200930/09/200906/12/200911/12/200921/12/20090
02/06/2009FinalGBP0.00731/03/200831/03/200919/08/200921/08/200925/09/20090.01
19/11/2008InterimGBP0.00330/03/200830/09/200826/11/200828/11/200817/12/20080
11/06/2008FinalGBP0.006531/03/200731/03/200820/08/200822/08/200826/09/20080.008
22/11/2007InterimGBP0.001530/03/200730/09/200728/11/200730/11/200721/12/20070
04/06/2007FinalGBP0.001831/03/200631/03/200722/08/200724/08/200728/09/20070.0018
05/06/2006FinalGBP0.001531/03/200531/03/200623/08/200625/08/200629/09/20060.0015
08/06/2005FinalGBP0.1331/03/200431/03/200517/08/200519/08/200516/09/20050.13
23/06/2004FinalGBP0.131/03/200331/03/200418/08/200420/08/200416/09/20040.1
24/06/2003FinalGBP0.0531/03/200231/03/200327/08/200329/08/200319/09/20030.05

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
24/6/2021
17:21
m_kerr: stalker - gross debt is about £24m post period end, as after the gdynia property loan was restructured, they paid off €4m of the €16m outstanding (the €16m was negotiated down from €25m previously outstanding, so a €13m total reduction there). so this means cash balance of around £12.5m (accounting for the €4m gdynia repayment), and therefore net debt post period end of around just £12m, which is actually a substantial fall. this compares to £41m of directly held properties. plus all debt on each property is non recourse to the group. on the dividend, they could have paid it out of cash on hand, but it's probably best for the group to retain capital at the moment, until they are able to lease the space in gdynia, and CH8 (the space they guaranteed to the buyer).
24/6/2021
16:19
stalker_boy: Looking really weak. No divi, debt increasing. Come back in 12 months
29/4/2021
20:39
stevegrass777: It does seem very undervalued, do you know if the plans to allow offices in London to be converted into residential will effect fpo, I know they have a fund that invested in London offices and I think fpo have a stake in it. So maybe they will get something from these plans.
29/4/2021
20:16
m_kerr: very strange - the rally of the last few months has completely passed FPO by, in fact it's at best flat on november levels. other companies with european office exposure include SERE (up 25% since november), sirius real estate (up 30%), global worth (up 25%). i think this is partly because there isn't a fairly regular stream of trading updates (the last RNS was the results in november). trading volume today of 0.06% of shares outstanding too. i said it before but the fact it's not a reit means many UK income investors are totally unaware of it. none of the above affect the underlying value of the company.
23/12/2020
23:30
stevegrass777: Ben habib and the others seem to have very good timing and always seem to make good deals, if you look at the last building that was sold just before covid effected the market properly, that move leaves fpo in a great position to buy assets on the cheap. Also plenty of other great moves along the way. Fpo's market cap is depressed at the moment,and we are awaiting for the money from the last sale to be deployed so I would guess that the market cap will increase once a decent rent paying investment comes along. It's just been a bad year for lots of companies including property companies, but fpo is better positioned than most and that's down to good management.
30/11/2020
13:24
standish11: Conclusion of Simon Thompson’s update today:- Trading on a modest PE ratio of 9 and offering a near 5 per cent dividend yield, expect the hefty discount to book value to narrow as the cash pile is deployed. Buy.
28/11/2020
14:08
eezymunny: Isn´t what remains of their property on a LTV of 70% or something? Equity on that could be wiped out...and that would leave the fund mgt biz worthless too. I like FPO but a bit risky here for me. Give me 25p por favor...
28/11/2020
12:38
stevegrass777: The difference is in that 37p a big percentage of it's nav is in cash couple that with being able to gear it up via the fund management side of things they are better positioned to buy property on the cheap. Mainly property companies are at wide discounts because of fear that the property market will tank, those fully invested will feel the full force of this if it happens, those cashed up and with a big ability to gear up will take full advantage of cheaper prices. So fpo isn't quite in the same boat as some
28/11/2020
11:45
skyship: Problem with the share price @ 37p is that at a 32% discount and a 4.5% yield, FPO actually look fully priced against so many UK REITs - BREI & SREI in particular. Then if you want a UK/Europe mix CLI far better value on a 39% discount.
27/11/2020
10:37
jpmorgan: Thought results were positive and as expected in terms of financial numbers (NAV and cash resources), and hopes for the future, but noted the view on reduction on reduction in rental income in the short term and the need to reinvest relatively soon. FPO certainly has a stable setup to leverage upon, and the financial resources to take advantage of these opportunities and as always the potential is there, and is on my monitor list. Still holding back till can see the direction/appetite for non-uk property looks to change in market.
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