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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hansteen Holdings LSE:HSTN London Ordinary Share GB00B0PPFY88 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.85p -0.95% 88.40p 88.60p 88.75p 90.75p 88.45p 89.60p 1,381,608 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 59.0 70.3 28.2 3.1 729.05

Hansteen Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/1/2019
04:03
Has anyone used this company is the aurther daly of insurance world they are legalised robbers
satherton1
27/11/2018
13:13
Takeover of HSTN looks closer than ever for 25-30% premium (before brexit date Mar-19).
george stobbart
10/10/2018
13:09
Seems undervalued
cascudi
22/8/2018
13:31
At a guess this is SLA reducing, they hold a very large chunk of Hansteen.
essentialinvestor
22/8/2018
11:36
Might be a seller about atm, can buy in quantity under the offer at the time of this post. Does move around intra-day though. Hansteen selling over NAV. Is HSTN value?, Not sure on that.
essentialinvestor
16/8/2018
11:49
Half year results next Wednesday 22nd Aug.Anybody got any thoughts on how they have done.
peteret
27/7/2018
13:45
Very muted response to announcement? Clarification of value relative to the book value but how this transpires to shareholder returns, when accounting for the premium to NAV and LTIP? I guess the market saying it is a little underwhelmed and in the price!
timnorris
06/6/2018
12:49
Why the rise ?Are they going to return more capital.Anybody know anything.
peteret
03/5/2018
09:35
Well I had a shock this morning when I logged on to check the value of my portfolio, before remembering that my Hansteen shares were ex-div (not the right phrase I know - 'cos it's not a dividend, but not too sure what is the right phrase). OK - now that's priced in and the shares are about 96p, do we now know what the likely forward yield on Hansteen will be? I assume, with less property in the portfolio, there will be a cut in dividend - have we been told what to expect? Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
20/4/2018
00:26
The lads are stepping off the bus just at the right time where there is good demand from the institutional sector for industrial kit . Mirrors the move last time around when they sold Ashtenne to Warner Estates just before the music stopped ,No surprises for guessing who had the better part of the bargain there Suspect that they might end up selling the lot either in dribs or drabs or the company and returning everything to shareholders. Watson & Jones will get a very good drink out of it Thanks very much Goodnight Irene see you soon They have already stated that there is no point sitting on a bundle of cash and they might have to wait sometime before the market distresses sufficentally to put their buying boots on Whatever the result -shareholders will do very nicely. Very firm hold
hillofwad
15/4/2018
22:21
thanks for your answer grahamite2 but there was plenty of chat about the buy back. now the board has approved the capital return there must be someone out there with an opinion on it apart from us. will this share plummet after the capital or climb like after the buy back ? anybody out there
peteret
09/4/2018
20:57
How come this sites is so quite. All you all keeping secret that you'll be getting 35p per share as a capital return. ex date 3 may pay date 11th may. subject to board approval 11 april.
peteret
12/12/2017
16:18
Has anyone experience of Barclays "Smart Investor" in the Tender Offer? If election was made for all shares, was 100% accepted? I am in dispute (now with Financial Ombudsman) with them because they failed to act on my instruction to accept the offer for all my shares because my account was in the process of being transferred to another ISA manager (I like many others thought Smart Investor was significantly worse than previous platform and migration was a shambles). Anyone else have experience of Barclays handling (or not) Corporate Actions during the extended transfer period?
culver
28/11/2017
14:41
What on Earth caused that bizarre spike up to 146p? Reality beginning to set in - now back to 138p; and surely trending lower yet...
skyship
21/11/2017
14:50
Me too, going to change my advfn handle to "Baldrick" :-((
blunderbuss
20/11/2017
10:49
Hmm - my cunning plan to hold and wait for the price to pull back is not looking so cunning right now! I can't bring myself to buy at over 140 - did not expect this. Miffed, PJ
pj fozzie
16/11/2017
06:10
I think NAV will be around 124p. the exercise was diluting by 9 pps. So, historically fairly expensive now.
belgraviaboy
15/11/2017
18:14
Surprised to get my full allocation in HL account. Interactive paid full allocation on one account.They scaled back on my SIPP.Very satisfied with the outcome.Had these for many years and will buy back steadily. I expect NAV at the moment to be approximately 128p
1pvh
15/11/2017
16:26
Got my £1.40 a share cash in the account today. Sold my 50% plus offered up the other 50% too - which was accepted in full. Was planning to buy back in - but with the price jumping up a bit today, I guess others might be doing so too. I'll hold off for a week and see if the price drops back. I still like the look of what's left and am happy to own a piece of it. What are others doing? Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
07/11/2017
07:56
Bit surprised to get such a high allocation must mean a large number of shareholders did not take up the offer. I must say I expected the price to come down after the tender was announced so I could buy back in but as it’s only a matter of a few percent I suppose it probably wasn’t worth it. It will be interesting to see what the Directors do.
ugandalad
17/10/2017
10:27
Another one drives a Duster!!
getscenic
17/10/2017
09:37
Received corpo action note from Halifax last night .....however I had sold the lot yesterday morning for a nice profit I need a new car Nissan Qashqai and Dacia Duster are being considered Will be keeping an eye on HSTN
pillion
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