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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lxi Reit Plc LSE:LXI London Ordinary Share GB00BYQ46T41 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.40 0.96% 146.80 146.80 147.20 148.00 146.00 146.00 2,269,881 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 42.8 39.9 7.6 19.3 1,027

Lxi Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/10/2019
08:26
LXI REIT PLC Acquisitions for a combined investment of £23M.
skinny
16/9/2019
09:07
Each to their own. Good luck with that.
johnrxx99
16/9/2019
06:56
Have to disagree with you there - I am of the belief if we crash out things will pretty much continue as they. Not a resolution of course, more uncertainty for business going forward which is our economy’s biggest issue.
ironstorm
13/9/2019
07:30
One more point divi is healthy 4.4% and expected to grow in double digits. Looks like an easy 10% per year, year in year out, possible more if it re-rates. One that just lock away.
ironstorm
13/9/2019
07:17
Looking at the chart the rights issue has been absorbed without a bump. The recent rns should show more f the same. And whilst, never say never, client looks very resilient from Brexit. Election of Jeremy Corbyn would hurt much more - business might drop off completely and Travelodge and Premier Inn would be badly affected. Overall great business, this is one Nw where the chart pretty much just goes up.
ironstorm
14/6/2019
19:46
Good move today - could drop - but you could have bought in the issue and sold ahead of the result so hopefully sales won’t be too prevalent.
ironstorm
14/6/2019
15:21
quickmind, I too was one of the 35% allocations, though I went for more than I usually do believing there would be some scaleback. It will be interesting to see what happens on Monday if some sell for a quick profit or maybe look to increase their 35%.
dragonsteeth
13/6/2019
17:26
Subscribed £10,000 for my daughter's LISA but only allocated 35% of it. Now showing £225 profit.
quickmind
13/6/2019
06:42
Good news this. They have the funds now for next stage of growth. A bit tick from Mr Market. Pleased to have taken up my allocation.
ironstorm
13/6/2019
06:30
Further to its announcement on 20 May 2019, the Board of Directors of LXi REIT, the specialist inflation-protected long income REIT, is pleased to announce that it has successfully raised gross proceeds of approximately £200 million pursuant to the issue of a total of 169,111,138 ordinary shares in the Company (the "Issue"), at an Issue Price of 118 pence per New Ordinary Share. The result of the Issue was well in excess of the target fundraising size and also significantly oversubscribed at the maximum issue size.
jonwig
08/6/2019
05:24
darren - no, sorry. "The New Ordinary Shares will, following Admission, rank pari passu in all respects with the Existing Ordinary Shares and will carry the right to receive all dividends and distributions declared, made or paid in respect of the Ordinary Shares by reference to a record date after Admission." The admission date is 12 June.
jonwig
07/6/2019
22:23
Hi there, So details of the offer are as below, so if you are allocated new shares will you also get the dividend? On website says Offer close: 12 June 2019 (1pm) Result announced: 13 June 2019 Unconditional dealing starts: 17 June 2019 (8am) Then there was an rns about the dividend FIRST INTERIM DIVIDEND The Board of LXi REIT plc (ticker: LXI), the specialist inflation-protected very long income REIT, has today declared the first interim dividend in respect of the year ending 31 March 2020 of 1.4375 pence per ordinary share, payable on 23 September 2019 to shareholders on the register at 14 June 2019. The ex-dividend date will be 13 June 2019. The dividend reflects an annualised rate of 5.75 pence per ordinary share, in line with the Company's current annual dividend target*.
darrenp746
07/6/2019
13:44
I'll be taking up full allocation plus subscribing for more. Pretty low risk exercise given that the share price is unlikely to dip below 118p. Worked well for me with BBOX's latest fund raise. Re comparisons with SHED, Warehouse Reit, etc, I think LXI is much more diversified and with strong tenants. I like the idea of adding more warehouse reits to my portfolio on top of BBOX but there's always a niggling worry of having too many eggs in one basket
winsome
05/6/2019
17:38
5000 shares £10 dealing costs no stamp duty or dealing to buy at IPO - clear £340 for a few mouse clicks - seems worth it to me!
toffeeman
05/6/2019
15:47
Hardly worth it after dealing costs and spread.
njb67
05/6/2019
10:34
I DK why those who still hold from the original IPO don't sell and buy back at 118.
toffeeman
05/6/2019
06:21
The Board of LXi REIT plc (ticker: LXI), the specialist inflation-protected very long income REIT, has today declared the first interim dividend in respect of the year ending 31 March 2020 of 1.4375 pence per ordinary share, payable on 23 September 2019 to shareholders on the register at 14 June 2019. The ex-dividend date will be 13 June 2019. The dividend reflects an annualised rate of 5.75 pence per ordinary share, in line with the Company's current annual dividend target*.
skinny
29/5/2019
17:23
Certainly they are focusing on the premium end of the market. Which probably helps. If the others (and I do not know this) are focusing on the 2nd tier smaller industrial units in northern towns for example - they can see rapid growth in letting a bit they do have a lot more risk associated with them. However they will be those times when lots of money can be made. Depends where you view the cycle.
ironstorm
29/5/2019
14:19
There's also AEW UK REIT, Warehouse REIT, Regional REIT - and they are at discounts. But I see your point if LXI have really good management then you may have more faith in them, as AEW released a small drop in NAV last month, so maybe LXI has the management and the momentum to make them worth the premium.
apollocreed1
29/5/2019
07:42
I don’t know SHED but just looking here - they are trading at a premium but they are doing the deals growing the company and the momentum is with them. After this fund raise they can do much more of the same. So momentum will continue imho. When they announced need their fund raise they fell right back to support but no more. A good sign. I am taking up my full allocation.
ironstorm
29/5/2019
04:37
apollo - fair point. But a lot of shares and sectors trade at premium for years: infrastructure funds (until the Corbyn threat), renewables funds, top-class ITs with a proven long-term record, etc. I don't know SHED, but if you rate it and it's at a discount, then go for it, sure. Having bouight LXI on IPO (so virtually at par) and seen the premium expand, I don't feel ready to sell on just that basis, but being cautious, I won't be taking up my full allocation.
jonwig
28/5/2019
22:03
I'm looking at SHED which released some great results a few days ago, and I'm wondering why anyone would pay a premium for LXI when SHED (and a few other good property companies) are trading at discounts.
apollocreed1
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