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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.60p +0.66% 91.80p 747,966 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
91.75p 92.00p 94.00p 91.50p 94.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 59.00 70.30 28.20 3.3 757.1

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2018-12-10 18:28:2691.8080,80074,174.40O
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2018-12-10 17:23:0591.852623.88O
2018-12-10 17:13:2792.089,2548,521.18O
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Hansteen Daily Update: Hansteen Holdings is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HSTN. The last closing price for Hansteen was 91.20p.
Hansteen Holdings has a 4 week average price of 87.95p and a 12 week average price of 87.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 145.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 87.95p.
There are currently 824,714,582 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,095,461 shares. The market capitalisation of Hansteen Holdings is £757,087,986.28.
pj fozzie: Good results IMHO, although I'm not too sure how to react to the 70p a share return to shareholders, presumably the share price will drop 70p and I'll just end up with £5120 cash and a shareholding worth £4380 rather than a shareholding of £9500. About a 54% drop in share price If £580 million is returned to the shareholders, and the current market cap is £1040 million. Then it seems one would assume the new market cap to be about £460 million(1040 - 580). About a 56% drop in share price. However, post return of cash, the remaining Property/Land will be worth about £805 million, debt of approx £320 million, cash on hand of about £70 million. NAV will be about £555 million. Therefore, if the share price were to drop to 60p, it would value HSTN at about £495 million - just over a 10% discount to NAV. I guess with brexit and uncertainty etc, a 10% discount might be fair value - but looking over the past five years, it seems to me that HSTN has normally traded at a premium to NAV. At £1.30 - could be a worth buying a few more. Thoughts anyone? Cheers, PJ
pillion: Maybe the reason for recent firm share price News from 20 March 2017 Proposed disposal of the German and Dutch portfolio for EUR1.28 billion...... -- Completion is expected to occur before the end of June 2017.
pillion: From TRY full year results: published last week Hansteen has been a stock we have traded in over many years and undue share price weakness early last year enabled us to rebuild the position. We were pleased with the announcement of the sale of the entire European portfolio allowing management to concentrate on the UK. London Metric announced their intention to exit over time from retail warehousing and focus on distribution and the company is now 2% of our assets.... TRY
pillion: Might have a knock-on effect with the share price when the penny drops ?
srichardson8: the high short ratio - if it is still in place - is probably just hedging by convertible bond holders. this is very common. unfortunately it doesn't help the share price on a short squeeze as stock is delivered from the converted CB when the short is closed, so no new demand is created for the ordinary shares although one does get better liquidity which in a pretty quiet post can be useful. But on a on a completely different note this gives me the impression of being a really smart, well-run outfit and thus largely a case of sit and hold with just a weather eye on the vauation metrics. And the most recent news on the portfolio sale confirmed my impression.
sharpshare: ERET interim results out today. European Real Estate Investment Trust Limited NAV is up 1p to 194p per share. Current share price 80p So discount to NAV is 59% Net LTV 58.4% Hansteen with top qualtity management now trading at a premium to NAV. Perhaps HSTN may like to buy ERET at a nice discount.
omerta: Anybody out there...? All news thus far in 2007 has been positive... fund raising/Institutional demand and maiden dividend payment.As a result the share price has been going slowly but steadily better. Now suddendly a 10% fall in three trading days..with some size going through Odd ....
silverlandfinance: The fact that Lansdowne Partners have upped their stake in the company to 9.19% is very reassuring. Landsdowne have a good track record for picking winners! I am confident that the company will soon make announcements of property acquisitions which will propel the share price upwards.
silverlandfinance: There is a small article in "Trader Talk" in the Evening Standard of 23/2/06 that Lansdowne Partners, a well respected hedge fund has upped its holding in the company to 9.17million shares or 7.34%. On past form, Landsdowne has picked major winners. This augurs well for the share price.
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