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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hammerson Plc LSE:HMSO London Ordinary Share GB00BK7YQK64 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.32 1.59% 20.43 8,620,849 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
20.48 20.53 20.71 19.755 19.905
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 134.80 -408.00 -9.80 941
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:39:52 O 11,585 20.24 GBX

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25/6/2022
09:20
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 20.11p.
Hammerson Plc has a 4 week average price of 19.68p and a 12 week average price of 19.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 40.58p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19.68p.
There are currently 4,606,403,834 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,056,093 shares. The market capitalisation of Hammerson Plc is £941,088,303.29.
20/6/2022
09:57
777mason: Hi been away, just seen the price. Based on the trust, of the MM, which was lost a long time ago. I now see this at 17p, Researchcentre123 everything you have based your research on was correct, it not that you have got it wrong, it is the market are corrupt, and have been since they dismounted live trading, algorithm works only for the M Makers we see this in the nickel trading when they hit the lost button and stop all loses for the banks, go through the all small caps companies on the list and see how many have been reverse stock split with a higher price and then devalued with in months just like HMSO it a rigged game coming to an end.
13/6/2022
08:33
researchcentre123: If hmso carries on like this it could be a value buy again
10/6/2022
16:45
nickrl: research i find HMSO difficult to dig into its viability with its various JVs and associate holdings along with the risk from exchange rates. share price just drifts down and down yet no RNS indicating institutional selling.
20/5/2022
13:29
trcml: i wouldn't be surprised if HMSo went broke in a few years' time. Shops in shopping centres are renowned for expensive overheads. What with LGEN investing in levelling-up schemes, chances are city centres won't have the monopoly of shops for much longer.
17/5/2022
07:55
flyfisher: Extract fron LAND results. Meanwhile, retail park values increased a marked 31.9%, with 187bps of yield compression, driven by a strong recovery in investment demand. HMSO did a great job of selling Retail parks at a discount.
14/5/2022
13:52
researchcentre123: Your commodities shld be doing ok I hope! I've been out of hmso for along time now so haven't been following how they are getting on. Their only real hope is redevelopment and change of use which is always good IMHO. I suppose the issue is how firm their latest rents are and what cashflow is like. I really am not keen on the constant scrip dividend policy.
24/4/2022
19:41
nickrl: @m_kerr spot on but that is the past but where are we headed? As i see it post sales and reorganisation they will now have a lower run rate on interest costs and say they are getting on top of admin costs which they need to as it absorbs far too much. However, even though ERVs are still dropping they are still having to agree leases below ERVs to keep or get tenants which will put pressure on NRI. They also have a fair amount of CAPEX to fund but looks like the big developments they are proposing will be in JVs. With the scrip divi increasing the share count by a massive amount every year not sure it will ever payout a decent cash divi again.Note this isn't easiest REIT to unpick I have to say but could be an opportunity emerging at this share price .
25/3/2022
09:11
pauladrew: Look at Hibernian Reit - Net Asset Value PS £1.5977 (according to ADVFN) vs cash offer (today's RNS) EUR 1.634 PS. HMSO's Net Asset Value PS = 62.24p PS (according to ADVFN) vs current share price 31.70p. Happy to follow the director's recent purchases.
18/10/2021
10:09
trcml: I read your article. I am not a shareholder but I do know about commercial property which is my work as a professional adviser. Your own purchase share price is of no consequence (except to you) as sps are volatile at the best of times so it is very much a question of timing when to to buy).HMSO was in the FTSE 100 before it was demoted. Demotion implies inability to keep up. HMSO's decision to sell its office investments and focus on retail was also regarded by some as a mistake. You seem to have assessed HMSO's prospects based on rental revenue whereas prop-cos are valued to capital NAV. the drastic fall in the number of shopping centre investment sales in recent years is causing valuers to adopt a very cautious approach. Retailers nowadays want short term leases with break clause which affects the security of the rental stream. So for example instead of a 20 year lease with 5 yearly reviews which in the past might for a prime proposition have been valued at 4 or 5%, we now have 3 or 5 year leases with tenant break clause and no reviews valued at around 10%. (a suggestion o this forum some time ago as to why not break up the shop ping centres and sell the individual shop investments is a ndisableder because there is more to a shopping centre than the overt: the service charge takes care of the repair and maintenance of extensive communal areas including the car parking and air-conditioning. The costs could be apportioned but whether individual investors would be willing to take on the responsibility in the event the tenant fails to pay is unlikely.) HMSO haven't been as fortunate as many other prop- cos in getting 100% or close to rent paid each quarter. Many multiple retailers are on monthly rentsL accommodated but disliked. HMSO holdings are prime and flagships in good stead is of little consolation if the centres are not performing. Most prop-cos borrow to finance their investments and developments. The cost of finance takes its toll both on operational non-recoverable expense and capital value. The loan-to-value covenant has to be maintained. HMSO was heavily indebted (not as dire as Intu which collapsed under the weight of its debt). It does not follow that selling assets to reduce debt there would be enough or anything left over. All in all, HMSo is not out of the woods yet. A sign of light will be when HMSO stops offering shares in exchange for shareholders not wanting dividends in cash.
12/3/2021
13:27
smithie6: redoctober5 uf have you looked it up using google ? "scrip dividend" to get a good free full explanation ----- (basically ...you can get new shares. if a co. decides to give 1 new share for every 100 you have then if you have 5000 shares you get 50 new shares added) (if a co. gave "everyone" say 10% new shares, & no cash divi option, then the share price would fall about 10%. & the total value of the shares is.....the same ! hmso divi offer gives offer of some new shares or cash....with a very big difference in value, if you take the cash you get shafted !) ------- scrips, divs & shorts shares to be shorted are normally borrowed from someone , call him 'Fred', to a financial/broking/trading house & then Joe Bloggs sells some of those shares, that he doesnt have but the finance house does. & say 3 months later, Joe Bloggs then gives an order to the finance house to buy them back. The finance house then put the profit or loss in the account of Joe Bloggs. I think we all grasp that part. The shares were sold by the finance house, so someone bought them. They must receive the legal divi for the shares they bought & hold. The finance house wld imo take that from the account of Joe Bloggs, be it cash or shares. the divi might be cash or it might be shares, a scrip share divi. .....if the shorters of hmso shares, = Joe Bloggs in my example, have to provide new shares to whoever bought the shares from his sale of shares he/they won't like it imo since they have to provide it. note that the share price is likely/sure to fall with the scrip divi, this produces a benefit to shorters, that compensates them in part for providing scrip shares to the holder of the shares they sold that's my view anyway
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