Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Grainger Plc LSE:GRI London Ordinary Share GB00B04V1276 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.38% 265.00p 265.00p 265.40p 268.40p 263.40p 266.20p 1,275,900 16:29:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 270.7 100.7 21.0 12.6 1,622

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/5/2017
07:48
One thing to watch though, is that a large percentage of their real estate is not surprisingly in central and inner city London, where (as you probably know) there are concerns that house prices are overvalued and set to decline (or at least pause) for a while
brummy_git
21/5/2017
19:27
Grainger not really in a similar business to British Land or Daejan -although Grainger are diverting into the PRS sector their wholly assets are manly modest properties let to regulated tenants who have been resident since before 1989 when this tenancy type ended. importantly they have security of tenure and the properties are only sold at open market value when vacant - when the tenant has usually passed away or gone into care. the property assets have to be discounted to reflect the fact that if the company had to be liquidated tomorrow the assets could only be sold with the tenants in occupation. saying that though the company has for years had a share price which doesn't match even its true "discounted" value. good to see the recent rise though and will hopefully step up again when the world knows what the heck Trump is doing!
coby4
21/5/2017
18:29
Yes, so you just need to read the latest update. The number I suspect you're looking for is the EPRA NNNAV - or 295p/share. http://www.investegate.co.uk/grainger-plc--gri-/rns/half-year-results/201705190700066011F/
brummy_git
21/5/2017
17:44
@Brummy_git: Thanks, but don't they revalue the portfolio to market value every year for the accounts?
apollocreed1
21/5/2017
17:37
Apollo- Need to look at the open-market value of their assets, not their book value in the accounts
brummy_git
21/5/2017
16:43
Can anyone explain why Grainger is valued at a such a high P/B of 1.5? Land Securities is trading at 0.8 and Daejan is on 0.7. Why should Grainger be trading at double their valuations while running a very similar business?
apollocreed1
19/5/2017
09:18
Great results today I think share price will gain some traction now new strategy seems to be working well
lozzer69
09/5/2017
16:39
New 7 year highs ahead of next weeks results.
shauney2
20/2/2017
14:05
Just remember that retreats and hesitations are all part of the journey. Bon voyage!
jl9
15/2/2017
14:55
Its on its way. Good to see the confident purchase by the non exec this week.
shauney2
15/2/2017
10:36
Well it has hit Peel Hunts old forecast - let's hope they are on target with their new one.
bigbertie
02/2/2017
08:55
Nice upgrade from Peel Hunt.New target 300p from 250p
shauney2
16/12/2016
09:20
Now 235p to buy. Can see this attacking the 240p range today and high's from 6 months ago.
clive205
09/12/2016
11:28
indeed. slow to climb but gets knocked back on any old bit of bad news, the trouble with a niche company I guess, perhaps its new direction of PRS focus will provide more stability
coby4
09/12/2016
08:38
BUY recommendation by Simon Thompson at the IC this week in one of his columns. Up 10p on the week to 230p. Not sure why this doesn't get more attention/comment here.
clive205
06/12/2016
15:31
BUY Recommendations from Investor's Chronicle yesterday and also today in Simon Thompsons' column: http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2016/12/06/comment/simon-thompson/small-cap-watch-mHwpVt2aQiCzD3NcrtMIXL/article.html (Subscription might be needed) Bearing in mind the ex-dividend date I can see these clearing the recent highs and moving on towards the 245p area again by the end of the year. NAI - DYOR etc.
clive205
30/11/2016
12:45
Ahead of FY16 earnings The Co. have been quite positive of late, stating good rental growth has continued, our sales performance has remained strong. Co. expect to report modest growth in market value of our property assets in second half of year and expect to report high single digit year-on-year growth in NNNAV for full year. In terms of price action we are at the mean value area on the daily chart but on the 1HR chart we are currently above value. A good result will surly push price into a new distribution area at the 230 level but the 226.26 level could provide some resistance. On the downside the key support will be at the value are of 220.30 and the low of 214.42 hxxps://uk.tradingview.com/chart/GRI/wcqQFkOD-Ahead-of-FY16-earnings/
sellingtops
11/10/2016
09:23
Trading statement today, guiding to upper end of expectations http://otp.investis.com/generic/regulatory-story.aspx?cid=505&newsid=803878
jpjp100
11/8/2016
08:33
Interesting in the trading update today to see that Grainger is pushing up rents far faster than rpi / cpi and yet still letting properties more quickly than previously "Year to date rental growth on new lets of 4.9% and 2.8% on renewals. On newly acquired assets, we have seen rental growth increasing over the past three months, with rent increases on new lets in July averaging 5.8% and the time taken to let the properties falling steadily over the last three months."
jpjp100
16/6/2016
08:39
Mountview, to which CRS has (unfavourably from some angles) compared GRI released its prelims today CRS has more ammunition for its attack on GRI's cost base In the prelims MTVW reports revenue £79.765m gross profit £53.014m Administrative Expenses £5.148m Profit before tax £48.388m In the last half year results, GRI reported Profit before tax of £36.6m after administrative costs of £16.2m Sure, it isn't comparing apples with apples, but it isn't so far off
jpjp100
22/5/2016
07:29
Looking medium term (2020) then I believe it is reasonable to expect Net rental income ~£114m 50% of which would generate 13p dividend of yielding 6% at current price. However its notable they have been able to quickly identify 25% operational cost savings although admin costs are remaining exorbitantly high and that must be addressed.
carcosa
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