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NRR Newriver Reit Plc

0.40 (0.51%)
12 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Newriver Reit Plc LSE:NRR London Ordinary Share GB00BD7XPJ64 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.51% 78.50 78.20 78.30 78.30 77.30 77.30 342,736 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Investment Trust 73.6M -16.8M -0.0537 -14.58 244.14M
Newriver Reit Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trust sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NRR. The last closing price for Newriver Reit was 78.10p. Over the last year, Newriver Reit shares have traded in a share price range of 67.70p to 88.40p.

Newriver Reit currently has 312,603,487 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Newriver Reit is £244.14 million. Newriver Reit has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -14.58.

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Gbjbaamb...well I didn't realise that wearing a face mask was idiotic...I think you should tell the NHS that..think of the money they would save if surgeons , doctors nurses et al didn't wear masks.. .when doctors and nurses contracted Covid before ppe arrived , they were just unlucky, likewise when patients picked up Covid IN hospitals prior to PPE they were unlucky too . When Trump and most of the people who attended that by now famous event at the Whitehouse maskless, became infected with Covid, they were unlucky too, conversely when the black lives matter demonstrations took place in America where most people did wear masks yet infections were few, then they were just lucky. Rather than quote one piece of journalism from Deb Cohen who nobody has ever heard of, I suggest you do more research...a very good accumulation of lots of pieces of different research appeared in the Independent on 6th October..that is more relevant and up to date than one piece of journalism written back in July. ..I also think you should do more research about Sweden , they largely avoided the pandemic the first time around but have suffered significantly the second time the extent that their cumulative rate of infections is now the same as the also seems that your prediction of a rout in the markets today didn't happen either. Gbjb...I welcome intelligent debate on here if it is that...intelligent ..I also welcome respectful offer neither...BLOCKED...
candid investor
Well the government could look at Sweden and ask "what did they do that seems to have worked out well", and follow that evidence. But we don't do evidence any more, we do scaremongering and fear and cronyism. Blair has power up today to say even if a vaccine doesn't work we must have it anyway. Sunak has said they hope to end lockdown in December... meaning they probably won't, Christmas is cancelled after all.
Listened to Toxic O'Leary this morning he really does not seem to care a jot about people and putting health before profit - I'm sure he would keep all the shops /pubs / gyms /raves open.....
If this does seriously impact NRR - I think it will especially in the long run as we get more and more used to buying online/drinking at home - it should not come as a surprise.

We have known all year that it was a race between the winter (winter flu was a clue) and a vaccine.

Covid is winning the race - I can wait until next year to go shopping so can many others.....

The gamble is between a semi decent barebones trade deal in Brexit negotiations v all their tenants having their most profitable period of the year wiped out.

I’m on the later and have sold out for now as I for one am not gambling on December shops and pubs opening and buying my gifts online now and have ordered the meat for a home cooked meal. Can see many doing the same. January sales could help cash flow but unlikely to save their Xmases.

And November has Black Friday in our anyway, I heard someone say that it will become black Fridays all month long as they either get rid of stock in closing down sales or try to get whatever money in they can.

I'm going to try and be optimistic for business, but I think it's going to be like they 70s again very soon (but without the awesome music)

November a low month for pubs let alone this year so Hawthorn can furlough everyone so shouldn't be damaged too much. Also can't see them leaving non essential retail shut in December so depends how many retailers want a rebate or are already on turnover rents. The can pay wont pay merchants are already factored in on current collection rates and ultimately the liability hasn't gone away with those that haven't done a CVA, or wouldn't get approval for one.
There are no idiots who refuse to wear a mask, that is simply rubbish. After all, we brought cases right down the first lockdown and nobody wore masks. Masks are a political show to make it appear they're doing something. (See Deb cohen, newsnight journo's tweet on 12th jul)

Anyway it is unusual that cases rose because of students, and yet students are the ones that are not being shut down. It's bordering on criminal negligence.

So tomorrow expect carnage in the markets, nrr will drop, and I expect drop by a lot. Tons of business that were holding out from the 1st lockdown will now pack it in completely.

And if Farage does come up with a new party, expect carnage in the elections in 3 years time too. That's probably not a bad thing at all.

Candid, a voice of reason. Don't forget, looking back in 2 years time a further wait starting Thursday of 6 months may prove to have been a great investment which impatience is the great foe of. It's tough, but getting high returns on investments was not supposed to be easy.

Those who always look for easy (stress-free) investments are in la-la land.

The most stupid thing of all is that kids can still go to school...the massive re-surge in Corona virus cases came after kids went back to school (and uni)...they must surely be the major cause of the spreading of the virus this time...oh and the idiots who keep refusing to wear a mask.
The lockdown had to happen..I would keep it going for 2 months rather than one...this will allow Christmas to be cancelled this year which would have left the virus completely out of control
A 2 month lockdown isn't the end of the world..remember the aim is to minimise the spread until a vaccine can be found ..these lockdowns buy us time.. For me they are an investment not a destroyer in both lives and livelihoods in the face of this unprecedented will be over sometime and the share price and economy will recover ..we just have to be much more patient than we had all hoped.. I am not a fan of Boris either but what alternative does the party have ..most of them wouldn't cope any better either .one piece of good news , NRR has £140 million in the bank so we dont have a liquidity problem ...a few months does feel like a long time but in the whole scheme of things , it isn't.. The share price is only was £2 before the pandemic..where else could you get such a low entry point for a well run business which is fundamentally sound...none of these problems lie at the door of management. ..for me this remains a good medium term investment .

candid investor
Yep, and in 4 weeks there will be no difference to "cases" of virus anyway. I hear Tory MPs are livid, and Twitter had exploded with anger, so I'm not convinced this is it yet.

The conspiracy theorist in me says that they'll make Boris resign, and then a new pm will be appointed who will immediately put brexit "on hold" (forever) and the virus will magically disappear shortly afterwards.

NRR is screwed now. Realistically this lockdown and pub closures will last through to February. 50 incoming
Fenners you have even been given the figures in the post above, you know full well that rates have not remained the same, has your bloomin council tax bill remained the same for a decade? So we can get rid of your "if".

2009 - 805 stores, lease costs 38.7m = £48k per store
2019 - 500 stores, lease costs 20.4m = £41k per store

So 15% down over a decade.

If you were actually interested in shoe zones average rent paid..

If specific for this of course rent paid per sq ft average per year is published.

If they think that rates will represent 60% of rent in 2021 compared to 26.4% in 2009 they are saying that

Now here's an IF

If rates cost remained the same - then the rent has fallen 56% since 2009

The argument is that rents and property values should fall 56% since 2009
what has been reflected so far ?

fenners re #3445 Shoezone 2019 annual report presentation explains it thus

2009 805 stores lease costs 38.7m rates 10.4m or 26.4% of rents
2019 500 stores lease costs 20.4m rates 11.1m or 54.3% of rents

Not quite comparing apples with pears though but can see the point there trying to make although at the end of the day the state be it councils or central govt have to raise a level of revenue! They also don't reference the reductions in corporation tax they've benefited from.

So how fast are they saying their rents are Falling ?
A little more detail from Shoe Zone - remember a growing value retailer using "value" locations -sound familiar ?

"In 2015 the government delayed the rates revaluation by 2 years which cost our business GBP1.25 million per year (GBP2.5m in total). The latest revaluation delay will be even more costly as rents during the period have fallen significantly further and consequently rateable values should have fallen broadly in line with rents. Never has the rating system been more unfair. Our rates as a proportion of rent have increased from 26.4% in 2009 to 54.3% in 2019 and forecast to be close to 60% in 2021. This is unsustainable for most high street retailers and closures will continue unabated until the government makes substantial changes."

Add to that the predictable second wave lockdown...
that was predictable 6 months ago.

From Shoe Zones Preliminary results - and just in case it is not clear to some - this affects the take up of retail property and thus adds to oversupply and contributes to reducing rents across the piece whilst hinting that valuations will come down -

"The suspension of rates in April 2020 was a significant benefit for our business in FY20 and was in line with the government's desire to save the high street. However, the government has announced the reintroduction of the antiquated business rates system in April 2021 and to make matters worse has delayed the revaluation. The consequence to Shoe Zone will be the closure of up to 45 stores prior to April 2021 and the potential closure of a further 45 stores in the 12 months following the reintroduction. In total this would represent the closure of up to 20% of our store estate in the next 18 to 24 months. "

National lockdown looking like a given now. Xmas will be brutal.
Chucko I kind of agree. A pound seems fair maybe a pound forty a bit rich but in a fair breeze. If they start paying divs again that will get them to a pound or so fairly quickly I think. There aren't any more dead hands in it. It took a long time to get rid of woodford and invesco and the after ripples too.
I have loads of times - oversupply of any thing affects all
33% - yes! one of the easiest 33% (between 10% and 36.5%, in fact) or so I have ever made (after the very large sale from some fund). Not in great size, though, to be quite clear as I already have a good holding of this. Every asset has its price, and the right value for this has little to do with COVID in the short run. We have moved into mainly either:

a) COVID in the medium term - i.e. extent/pace of recovery, and/or
b) alternative use possibilities.

Concerning b), other REITs (AEWU for one) are reporting positive prospects, although I sense it will take an amount of time to play out which exceeds the patience or risk tolerance of some. Therefore no quick medicine for NRR.

In terms of fashion shops and Costa Coffee et al, that was interesting when the share price was around 200p or higher, but is barely a factor of interest now. It's akin to REIT "train spotting".

I have lowered my average and will phase out (not entirely) my position between 100p and 140p. I still target an average of around 130p. This is for my own account. I run some other (larger) money where the average is around 80p.

I find with shares like this that have suffered a tsunami of bruises, you simply have to manage the risk, trade against the weaker hands and be prepared to go with it even if it takes years. So long as you are not over-exposed (which is why I settled for "just" an average 25% profit on a 30% increase in the overall position).

Fenners66, not on any single occasion have you related the news flow to a price for this asset - hardly useful to the risk-takers among us!

If you want to trade shares and make a profit (or a loss) fine, I can see what the share price has done as well

If you want to buy shares with long term buy and hold prospects - or long term dividend payers - there imo better options elsewhere.

Each to their own strategy

I was "right" from 350 down to 45p - did not invest
I am not changing my fundamental view of the company and industries it is in just because the share price is going up.

As for the merits of buy and hold as an investing strategy - is that justified by 21,640 % return ?

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