Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hammerson Plc LSE:HMSO London Ordinary Share GB0004065016 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.30p +0.94% 462.70p 461.50p 461.70p 466.40p 457.40p 460.00p 3,052,352 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 251.3 322.8 40.2 11.5 3,674.85

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Hammerson Daily Update: Hammerson Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HMSO. The last closing price for Hammerson was 458.40p.
Hammerson Plc has a 4 week average price of 456p and a 12 week average price of 456p.
The 1 year high share price is 614.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 456p.
There are currently 794,219,664 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,562,165 shares. The market capitalisation of Hammerson Plc is £3,674,854,385.33.
cc2014: I think it would be easy for me to get drawn into this debate. I take note of both sides. I'm sitting on the side of the fall in share price far outweighs the changing outlook for shopping centres. In particular I do not think the American model is substituted over here as many of their malls are out of town where I agree an anchor is required. Time will tell. I've placed my trade and we'll see what happens.
777mason: A look at the trajectory of Hammerson share price over the past month suggests its investors are also far from convinced about the benefits of buying a company whose woes resulted in it dropping out of the FTSE 100 last year. M&A always pays for the investment bankers who put deals together – but for the companies doing the acquiring and their investors, bigger doesn’t always mean better.
777mason: on-line shopping is the way forward shopping centres went out years ago just look what happened in the USA only one way the share price is going and that down.
trcml: What's going on? sp: Goldman S upped price target for the benefit of HMSO, The share price responded accordingly. Peel Hunt cut to £5.25 (and Jefferies International reiterate at £4.40) for the benefit of the market. Combined with popular media talk of dismal trading during the Christmas period for some middle-of-the road retailers has led the market to think the worst. I should think that with results due next month, share price is likely to go up a bit but probably not as high as soon after GS's tip. Merits: speaking as someone involved with retail property, I reckon Intu will prove to be a bargain for HMSO and that will emerge once HMSO have overhauled Intu offering. I browsed Intu website for a minute or so and concluded its presentation is very ordinary. (I have another reason for saying that, which I cannot disclose.) HMSO's presentation is much more professional and inspiring: hardly surprising, HAMSO has said it doesn't do averages. As for the share price medium term I don't think it'll perform as well as I was hoping when I bought again late Nov 2017 at just under £5. I should've taken my profit before the Peel Hunt cut. I think there is too much bad news concerning the plight and woes of some larger retailers (outmoded business models) for the average investor (including funds) to realise that of the retailers that are falling by the wayside none of that matters in the scheme of things. Another difficulty is that capital values are already benefitting from yield compression which means there isn't much more growth for valuers to squeeze out. As for rental income, there is growth to be had but whether HMSO can improve on existing revenue enough to make an appreciable different to move the share price beyond about £5.50? On balance I consider HMSO a secure income stock, yield circa 4.75% is attractive.
cc2014: Carlson keep increasing their short and are pushing quite a lot of volume through. It appears they are trying to arbitrage on INTU as they buy an equivalent value each day. You can see the trades going through all day, which is what I think keeps driving the share price down. Carlson don't care what price they sell at as long as they can arbitrage and the market can't absorb what they are selling. If you run the numbers it's 0.475 INTU shares for every HMSO So, with HMSO at 500p, INTU should be 237.5p, but it isn't it 530p, so a 1.5% gap to arbitrage. The gap has been like this for some time. It was 10p about a month ago. However, my calculations don't take account dividends so that may explain the difference. I think Carlson are playing a very dangerous game. If there is another bid for INTU, INTU's price will go up but HMSO's could do anything as if the merger decouples so will the arbitrage trade.
quepassa: It would not surprise me if there was a 10-15% sudden pop in Hammerson over a few months. Some particularly favourable recent broker forecasts against a share price of 630p. The portfolio acquisition of loans secured against Irish real estate looks very interesting. Broker forecasts:- All in last week. Exane Paribas REITERATE OUTPERFORM with TARGET PRICE of 750p Deutsche REITERATE BUY with TARGET PRICE 750 JPM Caz RETAINS OVERWEIGHT with TARGET PRICE of 730p Panmure RETAINS BUY with TARGET PRICE of 825p ALL IMO> DYOR. QP
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churchill2: Further to my concerns expressed in September the share price is starting to reflect the poor reputation this company has in the retail sector. The one silver lining is the company is vulnerable to a takeover because it has some decent assets if they were managed effectively. Would Land Securities or British Land be interested only time will tell.
churchill2: Not a lot to say. Share price jumped up on relief things are not so bad as the Market had anticipated. Pleased with my purchase well below £3.
losses: Property sector reviewed an ADVFN competitor Goldman Sachs has cut its ratings on Hammerson and Land Securities to sell from neutral. This comes as part of a wide-ranging review of the European property sector. In a note to clients this morning, Goldman said that although share price underperformance may encourage a more positive view, three factors lead it to remain cautious: a lack of financing strength, negative inflection points, a key point after which the market is likely to weaken, in the occupier market and unexciting valuations. However, the broker said it sees little justification for being too bearish given the potential for higher earnings volatility in other sectors. Within the sector, France and Scandinavia appear most attractive, the UK and Spain the least, said Goldman. Goldman said its analysis of the current financing position of the European real estate companies it covers suggests neither disaster nor euphoria. It sees an extended period of muted growth and rising borrowing costs given that current gearing levels appear demanding relative to pre-1990 levels and providers of finance are unlikely to regain their past appetite. The broker said its coverage includes six 'buys' for which it sees two key themes: geographic exposure skewed to occupier markets, which it believes will be more robust, for example France and Sweden, and stronger balance sheet positions, such as in France. Its five 'sells' play on the opposite of these themes, said the broker. It has added Castellum, Dolphin Capital and Silic to its 'Conviction Buy' List and Metrovacesa and Land Securities to its 'Conviction Sell' List. It cut Hammerson to 'sell' from 'neutral' and reduced its target price to 870p from 990p and British Land was cut to 'neutral' from 'buy', with a 1,062p target, against 1,370p. It cut Hammerson to 'sell' from 'neutral' and cut its target price to 870p, from 990p. British Land was cut to 'neutral' from 'buy' with a 1,062p target, from 1,370p. Goldman cut Land Securities to 'sell' from 'neutral' with a 1,201p target, from 1,532p
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