Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intu Properties Plc LSE:INTU London Ordinary Share GB0006834344 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.37p -6.72% 46.79p 46.38p 46.58p 49.12p 46.00p 46.00p 3,934,825 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 581.1 -1,179.4 -84.3 - 634

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/10/2019
14:34
Intu isn't the high street if you're going to be pedantic...
zcaprd7
18/10/2019
13:03
Nahhh Unicorns
knowing
18/10/2019
13:01
Should have bought CAL as well when it was 14 pennies Yeah, if wishes were horses eh?
outlawinvestor
18/10/2019
12:59
Should have bought CAL as well when it was 14 pennies
knowing
18/10/2019
12:51
Nope I don't have metro - never liked the business case of creating a new old bank Have L&G (market is pricing growth potential) and Lloyds (because it's big and ordinarily boring)
williamcooper104
18/10/2019
12:48
And intues bricks are, in the main, highly in-instagramable
williamcooper104
18/10/2019
12:47
Your right consumer economy is bricks and clicks But the bricks are even more leveraged as they've got mega operational leverage via huge fixed cost basis Other way of looking at it is that intu is trading in part on option value and there was the prospect of a super hard Brexit meaning that come jan 2020 intu could have been in interest payment default default rather than just covenant default That worse case scenario seems to have receded (at moment) so the time value of the option is now much greater Of course long term consumer economy will be more clicks than bricks And the only brinks standing will be instragramablr ones
williamcooper104
18/10/2019
11:44
"It’s a highly leveraged play on UK consumer economy which is highly linked to Brexit" Forgive the pedantry but I'd argue with the wording there. Replace "UK consumer economy" with "UK high street" then perhaps OK but the "UK consumer economy" is split between the two competing trends of the internet vs the high street. I get it that the UK as an economy become more attractive to overseas investors if we have a good deal but I'm simply surprised that INTU specifically seems to have had a particularly strong correlation compared to other stocks.. JakNife
jaknife
18/10/2019
11:31
Presumably you don't have MTRO in your Brexit portfolio.
outlawinvestor
18/10/2019
11:30
You contradict yourself. INTU has reacted to Brexit, MTRO hasn't.
outlawinvestor
18/10/2019
11:28
Exactly - HMSO is like Lloyd's and metro is intu Same dynamic
williamcooper104
18/10/2019
11:27
It's a highly leveraged play on UK consumer economy which is highly linked to Brexit It's probably long term bust but it's not going under in next few weeks/months The recap of capital and regional (which doesn't look at first glance too horrible for existing shareholders) probably had also helped - even though cap and reg are fraction of size of intu and thus much easier to fix
williamcooper104
18/10/2019
11:26
It's like buying metro because you think the banks will rally. Another pig in the mix
sentimentrules
18/10/2019
11:26
"Are you satisfied with why REITs and financials are Brexit correlated? What makes INTU any different?" Because it's the pig
sentimentrules
18/10/2019
11:17
JakNife, Possibly, anything but pre-Xmas no deal is seen as positive. If Boris gets his tweaked TM deal through then there will be no increase in economic impact for another year, if there's an extension there are many possible outcomes but no deal is probably at the bottom of the list. Who knows ??
colonel a
18/10/2019
11:11
I would love it if someone could explain why INTU is so heavily correlated with BrExit sentiment? Are you satisfied with why REITs and financials are Brexit correlated? What makes INTU any different?
outlawinvestor
18/10/2019
11:06
Got to be muppet sentiment. No other explanation
sentimentrules
18/10/2019
11:04
I would love it if someone could explain why INTU is so heavily correlated with BrExit sentiment?
jaknife
18/10/2019
10:46
5% is always game level on short interest Once under 5% got to assess who is buying. All retail imo or shorts covering into event...stay , add or start short back above 5% . Great short value. Optimal
sentimentrules
18/10/2019
10:44
Outlaw No. It's down to muppets buying it. That simple. Shorter's increasing Under 5% and who buys? Now they come. 5%+ and soon be 10% imo
sentimentrules
18/10/2019
10:44
The debt is the main concern and how they will deal with this. Fair value is 50 - 60p IMHO, they may need to offer some new shares to shore up the debt.
blueteam
18/10/2019
10:42
Punts on Brexit etc.. will make no odds here Oh really? Do you think INTU's recent rise is down to its excellent fundamentals?
outlawinvestor
18/10/2019
10:40
It's given shorters a glorious short sell point really.
sentimentrules
18/10/2019
10:40
Punts on Brexit etc...won't be smart money buying that though. Reason being it will make no odds here
sentimentrules
18/10/2019
10:33
Why is the price holding so well even as short positions increase ?
colonel a
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