Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mckay Securities Plc LSE:MCKS London Ordinary Share GB0005522007 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.29% 169.50 162.00 170.00 169.50 169.50 169.50 5,960 16:28:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 25.3 13.2 14.0 12.1 159

Mckay Securities Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2012
08:29
Specu - Your ISA provider will reclaim the tax. It normally takes a week or two. This happens with all my ISA-based REIT holdings.
jonwig
19/1/2012
08:25
Just checked on the recent Mackay dividend paid into my Selftrade ISA account. A tax deduction of 20% was applied. I was under the immpression that a) REIT dividends were tax free and b) ISA dividends were tax free. Is this just Selftrade or have other investors noticed this?
specuvestor
06/12/2011
19:35
Good find GB I'm stalking mcks
pillion
05/12/2011
19:31
Brief positive mention in this article on commercial property shares: http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/2011/12/02/cherry-picking-some-commercial-property-opportunit.aspx?source=ufwflwlnk0000001
grahamburn
29/11/2011
11:31
A good buying opportunity - so bt back 3k @ 110.66p - the small number I sold @ 117p just after the figures! Thnx Graham - I'm an hour ahead of you here in France, but certainly not a whole day!!
skyship
29/11/2011
11:10
I'm finding it hard to take the drop in the share price prior to going ex-div as a positive sign. It may turn out to be a great missed opportunity but I have decided to err on the side of caution and stay on the sidelines for now. Skyship - what's your take on it?
speedsgh
29/11/2011
11:01
From recent Half Yearly Report... "Details of the programme for the payment of the interim dividend are as follows: Ex-dividend date 30(th) November 2011 Record date 2(nd) December 2011 Interim dividend payment 12(th) January 2012" So you have until the close of play today to qualify for the interim dividend.
speedsgh
29/11/2011
09:47
Tomorrow - 30 November. (Unless you mean at 4.30.01pm today!)
grahamburn
29/11/2011
09:34
XD 2.7p today...
skyship
23/11/2011
08:26
Apologies yes - meant for the Assura thread. MCKS still doing ok. Will add if they get close to a £1.
topvest
23/11/2011
08:20
Eh? Shurely shome mishtake, topvest. Wrong thread I think.
lord gnome
23/11/2011
08:19
Rights Issue took me by surprise, but worth taking up I think - with long term financing sorted they will be looking pretty secure. Interim dividend cut is a blow, but sensible. At least they have said that the final dividend is back on, so could get 1 or 2p for the full year.
topvest
23/11/2011
08:15
Mr Salmon? Surprised that the Mark-to-Market write-down of the interest rate swaps should be quite so severe. Looks as though it will sentence us to further months of sideways movement. The true NAV is of course the EPRA NAV, which is now the headline figure in the Interim Statement. Also, with the LIBOR rate turning sharply higher recently, the future direction of interest rates is pretty well a given, so that write-down will be reversed come the Finals. Back to sleep here...zzzzzzzzz. Wake me when the bid comes!
skyship
23/11/2011
08:05
Anyone talked to Mr. Salmon about the swaps?
sleepy
20/11/2011
13:02
http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/2011/11/18/1-of-value-for-less-than-60p.aspx
skyship
17/11/2011
11:43
Yes, looks a great deal. Happy to hold these long term.
topvest
17/11/2011
10:45
Seems a good acquisition although not massively material.
stemis
17/11/2011
10:25
Have to say, that is a fantastic purchase.
crawford
17/11/2011
10:03
Incidentally, the Interims next Wednesday will hopefully remind us of the remarkable value here.
skyship
17/11/2011
09:56
Buybacks are rightly criticised in the case of conventional trading companies - just take a look at the Homebase buybacks earlier this year! However for asset-backed investment companies I believe they are a good idea as they raise the NAV for the benefit of residual holders. That said, when there are possible acquisitions around like the one announced today, perhaps that is a better way to progress.
skyship
17/11/2011
09:33
Would much rather than undertook a share buyback around current levels. There is and has been an overhang for a very long time here. Clearing it out wouldn't cost too much. Would enhance EPS and NAV.
horndean eagle
17/11/2011
09:21
acquisition http://www.ukwire.com/Article.aspx?id=201111170700152297S
hugepants
22/9/2011
22:06
Skyship. O.K Thanks for confirmation
yupawiese2010
22/9/2011
13:52
yupa - yes, definitely a BUY. Could you possibly imagine a MM taking 50k on his book. Getting a bid for even 2k is a challenge at times! Today we've seen AT trade sales for 35k @ 116p - then in comes our buyer again for another 40k @ 116.5p.
skyship
22/9/2011
12:17
trading what 50%/60% below NAV doubt if anyone would sell 50k's worth
divinausa1
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