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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 1.33% 38.00 47,798 13:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
37.00 39.00 38.00 37.50 37.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 16.29 5.52 4.38 8.7 42
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:31:10 O 25,000 38.00 GBX

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First Property Daily Update: First Property Group Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FPO. The last closing price for First Property was 37.50p.
First Property Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 37.50p and a 12 week average price of 34.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 48.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 22.50p.
There are currently 110,366,636 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 32,939 shares. The market capitalisation of First Property Group Plc is £41,939,321.68.
stevegrass777: Nice to see a new lease being signed! Looks like coronavirus is not stopping fpo making progress! Surely the markets are going to wake up to how cheap this company is now!
yupawiese2010: First Property announced the sale of its 50.3% share in CH8, an office tower in Warsaw at €4m premium to its recently assessed market value, generating £3m profit. Completion expected before 31/3/20 after which group cash should rise to £25m / 22p per share. Therefore the cash element in just a few weeks should stand at 22p per share yet the share price is just 25p for the whole group, - its a strange world we live in.
stevegrass777: I'm not surprised really, this does seem really cheap, if they have managed to get a few new tenants in the polish buildings then the share price could really take off. Looking for at least 65p once the lettings are up.
speedsgh: Last published EPRA NAV as at 31/3/2019 was 57.48p based on an x-rate of GBP1 = EUR0.862 as at that date. (Today's x-rate is almost identical). At the current offer of 42.5p, the share price is therefore trading at a 26% discount to EPRA NAV.
stevegrass777: Can you explain to me what is failing about the company. Everything seems to be going great,the only thing that fpo had trouble with was a major tenant moving out and they now have 3/4 let as of the last trading statement. Other revenue streams are now driving earnings upwards along with plenty of other projects that will bring future profits. Nav is always on the up because of new projects and developments. The share price is the only thing that is lacklustre and I personally feel that’s brexit related,although it is misplaced as a big chunk of fpo earnings and nav are in euros so should increase with a duff pound.
hiraniha: Dunno if it's just me but if he wasn't a Brexit Party MEP, I'm sure the share price would be heading in a different direction.
stevegrass777: But the share price is out of kilter with the company's progress and the company has quite a few irons in the fire that will definitely start paying off shortly. The share price has being bobbing around where it is now for quite some time. But I feel its like a coiled spring. The building that was empty for paart of the last financial report is what brought profits down,but we had new profits that took up some slack,now the building is 3/4 let as of last report the profits will be on track to come back strong. And we have a few more new projects that will start paying off shortly. So personally I don't have any stop as I believe the company is doing wel and has very good prospects.
stevegrass777: As an investor you should know that the share price doesn't always reflect the performance of the business or the progress that has been made. Often sectors are shunned, sometimes with good reason sometimes not. That's the low share price compared with the performance of the business is one thing I spend many hours trying to find, and that is what fpo is in my opinion. Hopefully the share price is just bobbing along waiting for the results to come out, and when these come out it should improve the share price and interest in the company if the results are robust. Fpo have many irons in the fire at the moment and some of these projects could add considerable value here which if they come good the share price will not ignore. Just as a side note, noticed Ben Habib (ceo) has become the business secretary of the newly formed Brexit party. That shouldn't really effect the share price but it did go down yesterday.
stevegrass777: I'm stuck on something you've got me now "I'm good at this" has really got me stuck. Just trying to work out what your good at, can't be investing, it can't be talking the share price down because fpo is 5% up today. I'm stumped. The problem you seem to be having is fpo earns money, owns assets and is widely respected and has wone awards for property investment management. Also it has very well respected clients like Oxford and Cambridge. So owning assets, earning decent profits and not owing to much doesn't do it for you. So go elsewhere, don't know why you are here if fpo doesn't interest you, jog on. Plenty of real investors here know how good this company is, you only need to look at the financial reports. It's not the best company I own shares in, but its definitely not the worst.
blobby: Yes I agree that the share price seems "odd", however this is not unusual. If you compare the FPO share price with the reported NAV per share over time you will see that there are often huge variances. However the consistent performance over the years shows the market does always catch up eventually.
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