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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lok'n Store Group Plc LSE:LOK London Ordinary Share GB0007276115 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 570.00 16,909 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
560.00 580.00 570.00 570.00 570.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 16.95 4.59 19.23 29.6 169
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:24:13 O 180 577.00 GBX

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15:24:14577.001801,038.60O
15:19:12574.002,50014,350.00O
14:46:56577.005493,167.73O
13:42:55565.002001,130.00O
13:29:36561.004,00022,440.00O
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03/8/2020
09:20
Lok'n Store Daily Update: Lok'n Store Group Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LOK. The last closing price for Lok'n Store was 570p.
Lok'n Store Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 560p and a 12 week average price of 475p.
The 1 year high share price is 740p while the 1 year low share price is currently 350p.
There are currently 29,583,786 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10,415 shares. The market capitalisation of Lok'n Store Group Plc is £168,627,580.20.
17/11/2019
09:06
cheshire man: MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Storage giant has growth plans all locked up By Joanne Hart for The Mail on Sunday Published: 01:56, 17 November 2019 | Updated: 01:56, 17 November 2019 Directors’ deals can be instructive. When senior management sell shares, that can ring alarm bells. When they buy, it suggests they have confidence in their company’s future. Earlier this month, Charles Peal, a director at self-storage business Lok’nStore, bought almost 100,000 shares at £5.64 each, a purchase worth £550,000. At the beginning of this year, he forked out another £260,000 on Lok’nStore stock, when the price was £4.66. Peal seems to be a smart operator. Lok’nStore shares closed at £6.45 last week so he has already benefited handsomely from his purchases. The share price advance is timely but also well deserved. Full year results to July 31 – released just before Peal’s latest purchase – showed a 10 per cent increase in revenues to £17 million, with profits up 11 per cent to £5 million and the dividend 9 per cent ahead at 12p. Lok’nStore founder Andrew Jacobs seeks out sites in prominent positions and makes sure they are large and colourful so would-be users know where to find them Brokers forecast further growth this year and beyond, with sales, profits and dividends all tipped to deliver robust gains. Lok’nStore has 34 stores but it has a pipeline of 14 more, well located in busy towns and cities across the UK. These are likely to prove popular. Households use self-storage when moving home, downsizing or even to keep stuff they cannot bear to throw away. Businesses use self-storage too, particularly smaller firms looking for somewhere convenient to store stock. Lok’nStore founder Andrew Jacobs seeks out sites in prominent positions and makes sure they are large and colourful so would-be users know where to find them. Occupancy rates are rising and the company increasingly builds its own properties so they are ideally suited to customers’ needs Midas verdict: Midas verdict: Midas recommended Lok’nStore in 2015, when the shares were £3.07. They have more than doubled since then but there should be more gains to come. Peal has been a director since 2007 and clearly believes the stock has potential. Jacobs founded the business in 1995 and still owns 18 per cent of the shares. Brokers believe they should rise to nearly £7. A strong hold.
29/10/2018
21:13
pulsey: Another solid set of results and with new stores in the pipeline, it's proving to be a great Business model. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/lokn-store-grp-LOK/share-news/LoknStore-Group-PLC-Replacement-Preliminary-Resul/78559793 Highlights of Lok'nStore Group plc results 2018 "Impressive growth and expanding new store opening programme" Robust trading ü Group Revenue GBP17.75 million up 6.6 % (2017: GBP16.65 million) ü Group Adjusted EBITDA(1) GBP7.30million up 12.3% (2017: GBP6.49 million) ü Operating Profit GBP5.71 million up 33.9% (2017: GBP4.26 million) after exceptionals(2) ü Profit before taxation GBP5.33 million up 34.3% (2017: GBP3.97 million) Significant growth in asset value ü Adjusted Total Assets(3) up 18.2% to GBP181.4 million (2017: GBP153.5 million) ü Adjusted Net Asset Value(4) per share up 15.3% to GBP4.80 (2017: GBP4.16) Cash flow drives 10.0% dividend increase - progressive dividend policy ü Annual dividend 11 pence per share up 10.0% (2017: 10 pence per share)
21/5/2018
17:18
anley: Fast forward to 21 May and the share price finishes at 440p so not to long to go before my sale at 450p..................
30/10/2017
13:11
walbrock82: Lok n Store depends heavily on property revaluation to keep the share price high. Earnings and revenue are secondary yardsticks. Right now, the market capitalisation has risen faster than property putting valuation on the high side. With a lower property revaluation, despite having more property in their portfolio, I feel the shares have raced ahead of a little. For full analysis of Lok n Store and other companies’ result analysis, click http://bit.ly/2xz64VU
17/10/2016
09:39
pulsey: Prelims out http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/lokn-store-grp-LOK/share-news/LoknStore-Group-PLC-Preliminary-results-for-the-ye/72674843 "Impressive performance from landmark stores - with more to come" Robust growth in asset value and record financial results ahead of expectations Adjusted Net Asset Value(1) per share up 27.6% Group Revenue GBP16.06 million up 4.1% - like for like (LFL) (2) up 7.6% Group Adjusted EBITDA(3) GBP6.30million up 10.8% - LFL up 14.0% Annual dividend 9 pence per share up 12.5% (2015: 8 pence per share) Cash available for Distribution (CAD) (4) 18.1 pence per share up 17.7% Net debt down to GBP23.5 million (2015: GBP25.3 million) Loan to value ratio down to 20.8%(5) (2015: 25.8%) Self-storage revenue GBP13.44 million up 1.2% - LFL up 5.1% Unit Pricing up 2.2 % LFL Unit occupancy up 2.0% LFL Document storage profit more than doubles Revenue GBP2.17 million up 11.1% Adjusted EBITDA GBP0.59million up 125% Growth from new stores and more new stores to come 3 Stores opened in Chichester, Bristol and Southampton 4 Sites acquired in Wellingborough, Gillingham, Hemel Hempstead and Broadstairs New sites will add 14% to trading space What's not to like? LOK is now 30% of my portfolio thanks to some good gains this year.
18/8/2012
12:09
mrstock: Complete dog of a company. Eecord profits? Raise the dividend. Of course you won't do that because that will keep the share price down and the already overpaid directors have given themselves so many options they need the share price to rise. Well, the market hates this company - always has - so the only way that us going to happen is with a sale of the company. The company is really run for the benefit of it's directors pensions funds. Avoid.
15/12/2010
20:58
scburbs: Good innovative development JV announced today allowing expansion at reduced risk. Share price responded well.
14/11/2009
21:52
ronwilkes123: interesting Big Yellow Self Storage March 2009 NAV c.440p (diluted by share issue) - share price 400p (c.90% of NAV). Safestore April 2009 NAV 194p - share price 140p (72% of NAV). LOK July 2009 NAV £2.07 share price 70p (c. 33% of NAV).
09/11/2009
21:54
scburbs: Big Yellow Self Storage March 2009 NAV c.440p (diluted by share issue) - share price 400p (c.90% of NAV). Safestore April 2009 NAV 194p - share price 140p (72% of NAV). LOK July 2009 NAV £2.07 share price 70p (c. 33% of NAV).
21/4/2007
05:10
vassily: Good to keep in mind: http://business.guardian.co.uk/story/0,,2061918,00.html Commercial property prices are also historically high, as can be seen from their yields to investors etc. I am, therefore, wary of the recent property valuations of storage companies and the link between these valuations and share price. I'm looking for a lower share price entry point for all storage companies in the future, though I acknowledge LOK share price is behind the pack somewhat. What are my chances? BYG seems to have stagnated. Barclay's sold off 20% of their share of BYG. SAFE share price is also hovering.
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