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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gcp Student Living Plc LSE:DIGS London Ordinary Share GB00B8460Z43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.80 -0.56% 143.00 142.40 143.00 144.00 141.00 141.00 835,013 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 47.8 48.6 11.2 12.8 651

Gcp Student Living Share Discussion Threads

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27/5/2020
19:21
80% of DIGS students come from overseas and pay high rent ie £300-£400 pw. And mainly London. UTG is 60% UK students and average rent £125-£150. And across the country. Currently, I prefer the latter set up.
rambutan2
27/5/2020
19:15
Dutch courage one might say
edwardt
27/5/2020
19:12
I realised that it was the Dutch who took the recent placing at 186p, so far from the best timing and presumably trying to average down last week.
rambutan2
27/5/2020
11:37
Unite had an upgrade today - digs moving in the right direction atm. Suet
suetballs
22/5/2020
21:07
Yes, a vote of confidence from Holland: htTps://www.apg.nl/en/asset-management/the-investment-process 'We don’t just look at risk and return, we also look at what a company does about the environment, working conditions, diversity and human rights. Wherever possible we exercise our influence as shareholders. We’re regarded worldwide as exemplary active investors. Ultimately, we also aim to contribute through our investments to the U.N.’s sustainable development goals or SDGs. One of those goals goes straight to the core of our work: ending poverty. In essence that’s what pensions are all about: they’re there to prevent poverty. Pensions enable people to continue to lead a normal life after their working life. In the Netherlands there’s plenty of moaning about pensions, but along with Luxembourg, the Netherlands has the lowest poverty rate among the elderly.’ htTps://www.apg.nl/en/publication/Jaarverslag-APG-2019/1174
rambutan2
22/5/2020
16:36
APG Asset Management increase their holding from 6% to 8.6%. They must be confident. Suet
suetballs
20/5/2020
14:13
Cambridge news not well received by digs share price Unite struggling too. Hey ho - it won't be forever - I hope. Suet
suetballs
19/5/2020
22:25
You could be right but what about students who need to work in labs. My son is just finishing his phd at Trinity - his chemistry lab is closed but they are talking about reopening. Cambridge have also said they could have face to face meetings but in small tutorial groups. All ifs and buts at the moment but I think a lot will change come September / October. Suet
suetballs
19/5/2020
21:50
Suetballs interesting thought, do you think students will move into £10k year+ accom to escape mum and dad to study virtually and not be able to really integrate with other students or attend lectures? I can’t see it and if Cambridge say online only I would think they are closing accommodation blocks on site.
finkie
19/5/2020
20:53
Unless social distancing rules change (and I think they will) Cambridge Uni will conduct all lectures online until Summer of 2021. Impact of this type of decision on digs? Maybe not so much - students will still want the campus experience and getting away from mum and dad. Suet
suetballs
01/5/2020
09:06
A very informative and comprehensive update. There is obviously disruption with CV but I am hopeful that by start of the next academic year the situation will be much improved. And a dividend too. Suet
suetballs
18/3/2020
18:25
Who is selling this at these levels???
edwardt
06/3/2020
07:26
H1 results: https://www.investegate.co.uk/gcp-student-living--digs-/rns/half-year-report/202003060700041924F/ Covers just numbers to 31/12, so a bit out of date for covi reaction. They say: Further, the Board and the Investment Manager are monitoring the potential impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak both in terms of the ability of students to attend their universities, and therefore occupy student rooms, and in terms of the wellbeing of the residents in the Company's buildings. The Board notes that, at the date of publication, bookings for the forthcoming year are in line with 2019/20 and residents for the current academic year continue to occupy their rooms. Student applications for full time higher education for the 2020/21 academic year have increased by 1.2% year-on-year. Once the UK spread becomes epidemic with maybe 50% infection, it makes no sense to limit overseas student numbers!
jonwig
06/2/2020
06:45
Research note: https://www.edisongroup.com/publication/strong-nav-returns-and-quarterly-dps-increase/26103/
jonwig
05/2/2020
16:43
200p clearly not a ceiling - thought there might have been a few with that round number to sell at
spangle93
04/2/2020
15:19
Trading update: NAV: on 31 December 2019, the unaudited estimated EPRA net asset value per ordinary share of the Company was 174.71 pence. The EPRA net asset value includes income for the period (cum-income) and does not include a provision for an accrued dividend for the quarter to 31 December 2019. DIV: first interim dividend of 1.58 pence per ordinary share, in respect of the quarter ended 31 December 2019. The dividend will be paid on 9 March 2020 to ordinary shareholders on the register at 14 February 2020. The dividend will be paid as 1.42 pence per ordinary share as a REIT property income distribution ("PID") in respect of the Group's tax-exempt property rental business and 0.16 pence per ordinary share as an ordinary UK dividend ("non-PID") Rest of it good, full occupation, but they don't say whether the div will be fully-covered. NAV premium nearly 18%. Gosh!
jonwig
23/12/2019
07:14
Let's hope those scaled back remain keen to buy to their intended amount
spangle93
23/12/2019
07:07
Placing oversubscribed; https://www.investegate.co.uk/gcp-student-living--digs-/rns/result-of-placing/201912230700097352X/
jonwig
20/12/2019
08:20
Thanks jonwig Bit disapppointed that if it's a request for share issue, it has to be done at a discount, but realistically the price must have been surging as details of the deal were being worked. On the positive side, if it's a pension fund, it's not likely to be an organisation that flips the shares for a small profit
spangle93
20/12/2019
06:38
Citywire comment: https://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/high-flying-digs-offers-75m-new-shares-at-lower-premium/a1307401?ref=investment-trust-insider-latest-news-list
jonwig
19/12/2019
07:36
Another placing! https://www.investegate.co.uk/gcp-student-living/rns/proposed-placing/201912190700084033X/ It looks as though this was requested by one particular investor, so shouldn't flop, like the last one. They'll also get the next dividend without having earned it.
jonwig
17/12/2019
19:46
Nice move over the last 3 months. The election results have hopefully cemented this rise
spangle93
18/9/2019
12:35
Nice move- love trackers!
edwardt
16/9/2019
06:25
Thanks - that was under my radar, certainly!
jonwig
16/9/2019
06:17
This nice RNS flew in under the radar late on Friday. Following the cash offer for Millennium & Copthorne Hotels (UK, constituent) by Agapier Investments Limited (non-constituent) being declared wholly unconditional, please see details of affected indexes and effective dates below: Millennium & Copthorne Hotels (UK, 0562254) will be deleted from the FTSE 250 Index. GCP Student Living (UK, B8460Z4) will be added to the FTSE 250 Index and removed from the FTSE SmallCap Index. All changes effective from 18 September 2019.
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