Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Great Portland Estates Plc LSE:GPOR London Ordinary Share GB00BF5H9P87 ORD 15 5/19P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 735.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
739.50 740.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 88.50 -202.00 -79.80 1,989
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 735.50 GBX

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Great Portland Estates Daily Update: Great Portland Estates Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GPOR. The last closing price for Great Portland Estates was 735.50p.
Great Portland Estates Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 810.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 699.50p.
There are currently 270,400,844 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Great Portland Estates Plc is £1,988,798,207.62.
essentialinvestor: Great Portland is approx 70% office, from memory. GPOR gearing is also lower.
shieldbug: Not sure how well the Capco GPOR comparison holds up. Covent Garden is a pricey area. According to Annual Report Capco have 58% exposure to retail/restaurants/lesure and Covent Garden portfolio has a weighted rental value of £93/sq ft. For what its worth Capco state like for like rental of £55m off 1.2m sq ft - suggesting and real world average £45/sq ft. GPOR say their average office rent is £53.4/sq ft. GPOR say their rent roll is £100m on 2.6m sq ft - which would indicate an average rent of £38.5/sq ft. Considering their gross rental income was £80m - that would suggest that in reality average rent is more like £30/sq ft. One might imagine that GPOR with lower rents may find their tenants more able to pay. But then again the opposite might also be true.
essentialinvestor: Capco reporting a -17% fall in the 6 month period to 30 June. GPOR have an approx 30% exposure to retail/resturants. DLN approx 13% exposure. Helical under 3%.
essentialinvestor: Hi Jack, apologies late reply. On GPOR under £5.50 looks a better entry point, as mentioned. (Ideally a retest of the March low under 5.30 as I said to SKY on another board earlier this week). Plan for Great Portland is to add small amounts only at set levels- it just hit a second buy point. SLI my main sector buy this week as hope for some sort of bounce.
cousin jack: As you said on the RLE thread "You need to be very agile and a tad lucky, to trade this sector and make money atm". However you succeeded with GPOR on Friday and I'll be interested to see if you can repeat today. A brave call though.
muffinhead: I can't connect the balance sheet numbers (NAV,operating profit trend, eps, small dividend, pe ) with the company market valuation Seems to be property obscessed money wanting to bury money in a "sure thing" and not worry about returns on equity Chartwise the price action on monthly chart is volatile rubbish suggesting distribution bear flag Target 360p imo hTtps://
essentialinvestor: Prefer Great Portland with their lower gearing and reduction in share count, Derwent is a quality business though.
llef: Derwent announced today that they had sold a building in london for 4.8% above dec 2018 values. Implies to me that the london office demand is still strong, no signs of a plunge... yet! "The disposal price net of costs and potential top-ups is £99.6m, 4.8% above December 2018 book value."
llef: very positive statement from derwent today - must augur well for GPOR I would have thought
pillion: For L LINK 10 February 2017 GPE sells Rathbone Square, W1 for GBP435 million and proposes to return the profit of GBP110 million to shareholders Great Portland Estates plc ("GPE") has sold the freehold of Rathbone Square, 35/50 Rathbone Place, W1 to Rathbone Place Jersey Limited, an entity owned by WestInvest Gesellschaft Für Investmentfonds mbH and Deka Immobilien Investment GmbH ("Deka"), for a headline price of GBP435.0 million, reflecting a net initial yield to the buyer of 4.25%. The sale is expected to crystallise a whole-life capital return for GPE from the entire development project of approximately GBP110.0 million which is proposed to be returned to shareholders by way of a special dividend. The sale of this mature property and the proposed special dividend reflect GPE's ongoing commitment to both capital allocation and balance sheet discipline, whilst also ensuring that GPE retains the significant financial flexibility created over recent years as it looks ahead to a continued period of market uncertainty.
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