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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
First Property Group Plc LSE:FPO London Ordinary Share GB0004109889 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -0.71% 35.00 34.00 36.00 35.25 35.00 35.25 78,657 12:39:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 16.3 5.5 4.4 8.0 39

First Property Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/12/2014
16:30
Positive update today from ST in the Investors Chronicle.
pastybap
26/11/2014
09:00
What a great share this has been. Results out and still looking good.
dorset64
30/9/2014
09:28
maz - my (un)educated guess is that it was probably a delayed reaction to the AGM statement. was surprised that there was no reaction immediately following the announcement. EDIT - FPO are pretty much under the radar of most investors so I suppose it might take a while for the news to be disseminated by the press which might partly explain the delayed reaction? No real comment from Investors Chronicle yet. Will be interesting to see if Simon Thompson re-visits the investment case in light of the announcement.
speedsgh
29/9/2014
17:42
Anyone know if today's rather sudden 10.84% fall in the 'sp' is somehow connected to todays announcement of Exercise of Options or merely a delayed reaction to last weeks new's of a 5% fall in funds under management. Or is there another underlying cause?
mazarin
19/8/2014
12:17
Thanks, although I would have expected latest results to be posted in RNS, unless you're referring to results posted 03/06/14 that are available on Company Investor's page
mazarin
19/8/2014
10:24
Finally received the results in the post last night. Anyone with any comments as to me all looked in order and progressing well.
dorset64
07/6/2014
10:21
Good solid company being well run by the BoD. Well done guys. Agree about the divi % and they should be higher unless of course, the announce new deals in the next few weeks of where the cash kept, can enhance the share price further.
dorset64
07/6/2014
10:10
All noted and amended - thanks. Either way the numbers appear to have produced the right effect
mazarin
05/6/2014
11:55
Mazarin Agreed with your analysis but column 3 looks out of place compared to +86%, +108% but divi only +4%. This would rocket if dividend was hiked up. Well run company.
n13518
04/6/2014
15:27
My view on Final results is that the BOD deserve mention for posting the following headline results this year ending March 2014 : 1. Profit before tax £6.60m +86% 2. Diluted eps 4.53p +108% 3. Total dividend 1.12 +4% Thanks and Well done
mazarin
20/3/2014
11:44
OutCouldn't persuade members to buy more. Still have a personal holding though .
darias
16/3/2014
15:06
Anybody want to comment on the reported late trades on Friday.
darias
10/3/2014
08:18
So that there is no doubt of the latest reported position, (BY THE COMPANY). "Discussions continue regarding the expiry in August 2015 of the USS Fprop Managed Property Portfolio, our largest fund under management. Irrespective of the outcome of these discussions, we expect to be able to mitigate the effect of any reduction in fee income from this fund by investing the Group's and FOP's cash balances and by investing new funds raised from third parties." November 2013.
darias
10/3/2014
07:42
So you take a broker's view , albeit house broker. The broker does not even say it will not be renewed!. Until FPO announce that negotiations on renewal of the mandate have eneded in falure seemsto me that the situation is still n flux. I do not believe that an annoncement of such importance can be made via a house broker but should be made to the stock exchange itself. Thou asks well drunken man, Who's a fool now.
darias
09/3/2014
21:00
Darias, You are a fool if you're too lazy to follow Brian's suggestion. He is a highly skilled & experienced investor, who I having the pleasure of knowing. As it appears that you do have to be spoon-fed, here is an example of First Property confirming the closure of USS: [...] "First Property's house broker Arden Partners said the results were in line with its expectations of profit before tax of £3.50mln. "Shareholder equity increased from £17.1mln to £18.1mln but with group property included at market value this rises to £25.6mln, giving tangible NAV/share of 23.3p," Arden noted. Shares in First Property were trading at 19p in the middle of the morning session. "First Property has confirmed that the USS mandate will expire in August 2015 and this is expected to result in property sales on behalf of USS property over the next two years," the broker observed." Mark
marben100
07/3/2014
08:29
Still quiet on all fronts. Going have to put a stop loss on soon.
darias
25/2/2014
11:21
If these 2 purchases in Birmingham and Camberley yield anything like the the ones in Surrey and Bracknell then it will give great boost to the profits and hopefully to dvidends too.
n13518
25/2/2014
07:57
Where do you think we will finish at the end of the day? Date: 25 February 2014 On behalf First Property Group plc ("First of: Property", "the Company" or the "Group") Embargoed: 0700hrs First Property Group plc New UK Partnership - final close First Property Group plc (AIM: FPO), the property fund management group, is pleased to announce that, as indicated in the announcement made on 24 October 2013, its new Partnership, Fprop PDR has now raised an additional GBP25.4 million in cash commitments from clients of a leading global investment business. Fprop PDR now has total cash resources of some GBP41 million available to it. First Property Group plc has, as part of funds raised, made a commitment of GBP2 million to Fprop PDR. Staff, family and friends of First Property Group have also committed some GBP1.4 million to the Partnership. Commenting on the final close of the fund raising, First Property Group's Chief Executive Ben Habib said: "We are pleased that our new Partnership, Fprop PDR, has raised additional funds giving it some GBP41 million in cash resources to undertake its business plan of acquiring offices in the UK and converting these properties to residential use. "Fprop PDR has now completed the purchase of an office block in Birmingham and has exchanged contracts to purchase another in Camberley, Surrey. The Group expects more purchases to be made by the Partnership in the near future." -Ends-
darias
17/2/2014
11:10
I too have held FPO since its early beginnings and currently am very pleased to see it rising. My only regret perhaps is not buying more in the early days, but we would probably all say that in the present improving climate. I created this particular thread and am quite happy for it to be 'quiet', provided the company continues to be 'busy' and clearly FPO is. I welcome all informative and supportive posts and am only too aware that many BB's are plagued by repetitive and sometimes rather unpleasant remarks made by frustrated investors venting their disappointment.... so, in short, much prefer quiet.
mazarin
17/2/2014
10:23
Been a few of us here for a few years Darias, and happy the bb is as quiet as it is. All my dividends are automatically re-invested back into shares so happy the way things are progressing.
dorset64
17/2/2014
08:11
This is a share for investers not gamblers!
darias
14/2/2014
20:44
Wish I'd had the time to look into it but all I saw as I checked my phone yesterday was that my SB which has been underwater for months was suddenly at a proffit. With no oppertunity to find out why I decided a bird in the hand etc and cashed in. Simon Thompson is a good man to have on your side though. I don't believe in tipsters buy the guys on a great run. Good luck holders!
count chris
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