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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.80 2.22% 129.20 493,037 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
128.00 129.80 129.20 126.40 126.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 44.41 92.79 22.92 5.6 588
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:06:34 O 3,343 129.206 GBX

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Gcp Student Living Daily Update: Gcp Student Living Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DIGS. The last closing price for Gcp Student Living was 126.40p.
Gcp Student Living Plc has a 4 week average price of 119p and a 12 week average price of 107.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 212.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 90p.
There are currently 455,019,030 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 577,427 shares. The market capitalisation of Gcp Student Living Plc is £587,884,586.76.
its the oxman: Seems out of favour for now. Lower occupancy hence current share price, but hardly a disaster and normality and hopefully a much higher share will return. London exposure for longer term appreciation has to help as well.
jonwig: I've looked at the "Forward Purchase Agreement" in the prospectus. If I've read it correctly, it seems to suggest that the C-share NAV at 30 Sept will see an uplift which covers issue costs: ie. it will be 100p or more. (How much more?) the C-share price would seem to discount this. I don't know if I've missed anything else.
jonwig: Is there any arbitrage on selling DIGS and buying DIGC? DIGS ... nav 125.5 ... bid 132 ... offer 135 DIGC ........ 97.9 ....... 105 ......... 107 Say conversion ratio is 0.78:1, 4.2p dividends foregone, 0.8p sd and brokerage. So 1 DIGS share gets you 132 - 0.8p = 131.2p, buys you 1.2 DIGC shares. These convert to 0.9 DIGS shares. So this trade gets you a return of 0.9 DIGS - 4.2p for every 1 you held. So how about selling DIGC and buying DIGS? The share price ratio is 0.77:1 (bid:offer with dealing costs) which is just about the conversion ratio. So you'd gain the 4.2p in dividends. Worth it?
spangle93: Morning, sage folks. Two questions: 1. Has anyone seen anything in the exciting and compelling election campaign (irony) that may have an impact on the student property sector. Linked to this, is there a possible outcome that could cause the share price to fall (or rise?) 2. The share club I belong to is heavily into UTG, whereas I have shares here. I was looking at ESP this morning. There are a number of companies with a similar twist on the student residence theme. How many are too many, when does the pipeline of opportunities get spread too thin? AIYOHO of course Thanks
jonwig: In last quarter, NAV has risen from 110.77p (portfolio value £160.7m) to 119.19p (portfolio value £169.9). Share price is not, presently, at a premium.
spangle93: Maybe it was the effect of going ex-div on 8th August? If it was general oversupply, I don't think the UTG share price would be looking perky
wirralowl: Might look to get into these if the fund raising brings the share price down closer to NAV, as like the area they're in here.
smithie6: "It is expected to generate a rental yield of 5.5 per cent, with rents - which drive dividends and property values - rising roughly in line with RPI inflation. The cosy relationship between GCP Student Living and Scape Living is a potential concern." That is enough information to keep me well away !! ---- Here is why. (property company shares can often be scams.....a manager does a float...and organises that he is on high yearly costs.....and if possible controls the bod so that no one will change his high yearly costs !!..... with a rental yield of 5.5.....then after you pay for maintanence, rubbish tax, night security man.....and the high costs of property division manager.... and auditor, bod, bod expenses, listing costs.... perhaps shareholders will get....1% return ?...0 ? the above is exactly what has happened at PHU and the prospectus promised a share YIELD for first 2 years of 3-5% it was paid....then...nothing !! and share price has crashed....since the manager soaks up all the rental money !!...none builds up in co. accounts or into shareholder accounts and the manager who organised the whole thing...Mark Sheppard...who owns/controls Midas ..the property manager has now put a large % of the co. in his pocket and talk of de/listing..... MS and Midas look set to keep getting the income as manager...for ever !! and have picked up assets very cheap.....cause no one else wants them !....not if you will never get any income !!
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