Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Medicx Fund LSE:MXF London Ordinary Share GG00B1DVQL92 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 90.00p 90.00p 91.00p 90.75p 90.00p 90.50p 249,981 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 35.1 28.2 7.1 12.7 383.50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/9/2017
13:42
I thought it did which is why I sold out
danieldruff2
26/9/2017
12:36
Does this fall into the same PFI bracket as the likes of HICL, JLIF, etc They are getting a bit of hit at the moment.
nerja
31/8/2017
12:55
New Edison research note... Attractive income - HTTP://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/medicx-fund227269/preview/
speedsgh
30/8/2017
11:45
Especially if you slide them into your ISA .
redips2
18/8/2017
16:42
A sensible move in my opinion.
topvest
17/8/2017
13:57
Today's gap down seems a tad overdone.....will close in due course .
redips2
15/8/2017
12:52
Yes it's to sat been a sound buy and good income earner
badtime
15/8/2017
11:13
I see MXF are xd on Thursday. Four years ago they made an approach to AGR (37p), offering 2.05 shares per MXF, which were 82.5p. It's before my time, I don't know the details but since then I note AGR are now 63p a 70% rise. MXF have only risen 10%. Proves it was a sound offer at least. I'm in both for the yield. Roughly 24p from MXF over the time period. AGR only 9p but probably a bit safer. Still satisfied with both.
jhan66
15/8/2017
10:42
hi billy Your not alone have over 20000 of these with an av of 78p more than happy just to take the div. cheers pob
pooroldboy55
14/8/2017
08:23
Sounds like I am repeating myself but that 20k was my BUY this morning.
billy5
03/8/2017
11:18
Just in case you are wondering, that 10K at 10.45 was my BUY. Gives the wrong impression.
billy5
26/5/2017
21:08
Will the dividend ever be fully covered? Does it matter? From Edison's Dec 2016 research note... "MedicX’s key attraction is its access to sources of secure, long-term income that underpins its dividend payments. The company, barring unforeseen circumstances, expects to pay dividends of 6.0p per share in FY17, 1% above FY16, a yield of 6.8% on the current share price. We expect this to be 64.4% covered by EPRA earnings, the highest level since 2009. Portfolio growth would allow cover to continue to grow, and the use of block listing above NAV to finance acquisitions may allow acceleration of dividend cover growth. The prospective dividend yield is the highest among the peer group of property companies specialising in long-let assets, despite the considerable (c 20%) premium to NAV at which the shares trade. In fact, MedicX has recently had the highest dividend yield on EPRA NAV of the group as well as the highest premium to NAV, implying investor appetite for yield even when this is in part paid from capital. Notably, the three primary care property companies with mainly government-funded income trade on higher premiums than the other three, indicating that the market may place more importance on the tenant covenant than the unexpired lease term of the portfolio, or dividend cover." HTTP://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/medicx-fund18/preview/
speedsgh
26/5/2017
15:25
Looking good... increasing the divi and converting into a REIT....all good stuff....happy to hold .
redips2
26/5/2017
13:02
Financials released today look fine
badtime
16/5/2017
15:16
Maybe..pricing in a bit of the div as well?Ex div this week
badtime
15/5/2017
14:58
Maybe breakout....
redips2
13/4/2017
11:42
Continuing to issue stock
badtime
13/3/2017
13:58
Could somebody kindly put charts into this thread? Thx
stonesfan
13/3/2017
08:04
Acquisition of a new primary healthcare centre MedicX Fund Limited, (LSE: MXF), the specialist primary care infrastructure investor in modern, purpose-built, primary healthcare properties in the United Kingdom and Ireland, is pleased to announce that it has contracted to acquire, by way of forward funding, a new primary healthcare medical centre in Cromer, Norfolk. The property is due to be completed in March 2018. The acquisition is being made under a new three year framework agreement which provides MedicX Fund the exclusive right to acquire, by way of forward funding, new primary healthcare schemes from Medcentres plc ("Medcentres"), a leading developer of primary healthcare centres. The completed development will consist 1,147 m2 let to the Cromer Group GP Practice and a local pharmacy under leases running for a term of 20 years from practical completion. The completed property is expected to cost £3.75 million. The MedicX Fund's total property portfolio now comprises 154 properties throughout the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland of which 147 are operational and fully let, with seven under construction. The annualised rent roll for all properties is now £37.8 million. - End -
skinny
09/2/2017
16:07
Quarterly Net Asset Value ("NAV") announcement and business update - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/medicx-fund-limited--mxf-/rns/quarterly-nav-announcement-and-business-update/201702091429074813W/ NAV per share - 31/12/16: 72.4p (30/9/16: 71.7p) +1.0% EPRA NAV per share - 31/12/16: 73.8p (30/9/16: 73.2p) +0.8% EPRA NNNAV per share - 31/12/16: 62.3p (30/9/16: 56.4p) +10.5%
speedsgh
09/2/2017
15:04
Figs look OK..... happy holding .
redips2
26/1/2017
08:51
Joint Venture Agreement and Extension of GPIC Framework Agreement - HTTP://www.investegate.co.uk/medicx-fund-limited--mxf-/rns/joint-venture-agreement-and-extension-of-gpic/201701260700111541V/
speedsgh
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