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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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Yes looks decent to me, generally generated decent cash, lettings doing well and valuations lower but at these prices the yields are eye watering
Covered dividend to resume at full year
That looks to be a pretty solid update to my untrained eyes. Looks like we will get at least some dividend reinstated with the finals. The share price should continue to recover and I think we will see at least £1 by final results day. Nothing scientific in that prediction by the way, so don't take me to task for it.
lord gnome
The remaining pubs will flourish once the vaccine is on the cards and if not they’re doing a good job of selling or converting them.

My main worry here is the high street positions but once again they can easily cope with that. I agree in part this may not return to £2.10 for some time but I really wouldn’t be surprised if this was say £1.50 in the not so distant future.

78p suggests one or more players might think so!
What chance they announce dividends resuming this week too?
I think this company will look very similar to how it now does! They will invest in and manage community retail and own and develop pubs. It will have lost value, for sure - just not as much as is currently in the price. Favour changes quickly, but I think they have a good shot at very significant recovery. That will become clearer in a few months, but the market is more prepared to see through the fog on other stocks right now. That said, this has rallied 70% since the last huge sale - and there appear to be no further desperate sellers now.

My target remains 120p+

hmmm.... maybe because NAV is at £2? Cue deramping fools who have missed the boat. Choo choo.
Any specific reason for price going up except general excitement about vaccines?
Looks like I sold too early! Congrats to those that held their nerve. Long term this will be a VERY different company to what it was before so don’t expect too much.
BLND 15% Decline in retail assets valuationfrom March to September. 62% rent collected from those assets from the September qr.
NRR had collected 69% by 8th of October so would expect slash hope higher by now - for context.

Was waiting for this day to come..
Indeed - share price up 18.9% today, it says here.
Also Chucko let's not overlook the impact on asset values...once properties start to be revalued rather than devalued then statutory losses become statutory profits which puts this share in a completely different category. The share price will be uplifted alongside the asset price..LTV will fall back to less than 40% again so no more assets need to be sold...just think what the share price impact would have been if they had bought back 20% of the shares when they were only 48p as I suggested at the time. Nevertheless, this is good news.
candid investor
Patience will continue to be rewarded on this. Better visibility on cash flows will re rate this in time. A good vaccine outcome, given they secured their liquidity, should move this towards a less risk-averse valuation.
Agreed, VOW.

Let's stick to comments which are directly relevant to NRR.

I’m sure there is a different thread for this conversation.
Cases mean nothing. If we tested for the common cold case would be in the millions every year, yet nobody cares because it doesn't harm many people. So you have to look at sars-cov-2 the same, is not cases that matter bit the harm. Which is perhaps why the media stopped caring about deaths and now only dates about cases. Whichever is the most sensational number.

Sweden probably is a good example, it's certainly one that should be looked at just to see what effects they have had from their policies and learning from that.

I think the lockdown is priced in as I expected a much bigger drop in the share price today that never came. Maybe Thursday will be different after the view by MPs who are currently being shown anger by their constituents, and a potential end to their careers by Farage.

Kenmitch..yes I did look at your link and did indeed see the 4 cases reported for yesterday ..need to be careful though about drawing conclusions from one day especially a Sunday ...the article also shows that there have been 5,938 deaths which for a country of 10 million equates to 594 deaths per million of the population...UK which is one of the highest has 689 deaths per million....more interesting is the number of cases per 100,000. Out of 45 countries in the whole of Europe, the UK is 14th highest with 1552 cases per 100,000. Again the UK is one of the highest ..Sweden is 22nd highest with 1215 cases per 100,000 population ...I think it's more relevant to compare Sweden with the other Scandinavian countries and there have been far more cases per 100,000 population in Sweden than there have been in the other Scandinavian Denmark the figure is 815 in Norway it is 367 and Finland has the lowest number of cases in the whole of Europe at just 295 cases per 100,000 population .. I don't think Sweden is a good example to use to promote a strategy of dealing with the pandemic...
candid investor
Candid investor.

Did you look at that link in my previous post?

Sweden has around 20 in intensive care and latest deaths figure is just 4. What the UK Government and bombed out ratail, travel and hospitality sectors would give for figures like that!

Agree btw that UK lockdown is not good news for NRR but is that priced in?

I took my loss on these today. Struggling to see any upside this side of 2021 and plenty of potential for further bad news.

Good luck to holders.

effortless cool
Kenmitch..The UK has a population of 68 million whereas Sweden's population is only 10 million so you have to base the calculation on cases/deaths per million population ..on a cumulative basis as at 2nd November UK has had 15,496 cases per million with Sweden on 12, the UK there has been 689 deaths per million and Sweden has had 587 deaths per million ...that shows the rapid rate of acceleration in Sweden in both cases and deaths in the second wave , given the extremely low relative rates of Sweden to UK after first wave..
candid investor
Death rates in Sweden from covid are between zero and 4 a day during this second phase. More on this link:-
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