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NRR Newriver Reit Plc

72.40
1.00 (1.40%)
14 Jun 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
  1.00 1.40% 72.40 71.70 72.40 72.20 71.20 71.60 188,357 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Investment Trust 73.6M -16.8M -0.0537 -13.45 225.7M
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 71.40p. Over the last year, Newriver Reit shares have traded in a share price range of 67.70p to 92.00p.

Newriver Reit currently has 312,603,487 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Newriver Reit is £225.70 million. Newriver Reit has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -13.45.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/4/2021
09:09
One thing about the 90% rule ive never fully got, is while its net property income.. which obviously includes cost, does that include asset revaluations down as a cost?
Understand rightly it doesn't include "up" revaluations in the requirements as otherwise you would always need to sell in a rising valuation environment. However
if it does include down as an acceptable cost, theres obviously no requirement to pay out.

dhoult12
14/4/2021
08:39
They are indeed Roger. Subject to various calculations and deductions. It is still a dark art. I hope for something, but how much?
lord gnome
14/4/2021
08:30
I meant 90%
rogerrail
14/4/2021
08:30
I thought REITs are obliged to pay 90 of property income ?
rogerrail
14/4/2021
08:22
good update. Hopefully an IPO or sale of Hawthorn will further highlight value in the remaining portfolio.
We know dividends are an ambition but would have been good to hear the latest thoughts - presumably analysts will be asking questions later.

wish i had a bit of spare cash to add!

bg23
14/4/2021
07:20
A lot to like in that update. The strategy for the future looks solid. I will not be sorry to see the pub business go. The IPO will be expensive and time-consuming but will hopefully realise true value resulting in a large capital receipt which can be better deployed elsewhere. Hopefully the market will like it as well. Just a pity that no mention was made about dividends.
lord gnome
08/4/2021
13:53
So true.... this is probably one of the worst out there in terms of momentum trading. Spreads can be astronomical
hawfinch
08/4/2021
12:23
Tbh there are better stocks for volatility - SAE and IES for example as two renewable ones that have fallen recently. I bought those one for the dividend, when things get back to normal and the pubs and shops return (as they will, human nature does not change) then the div will return to. And even if it's half the levels of previous years, it'll still be 20% :-)
gbjbaanb
07/4/2021
11:16
This has now taken over from AHT as my best stock ever

My spreadsheets going back 16 years show that I have made more $ on this than anything else. Volatility is your friend especially regular patterns on a relatively low priced share

being able to trade 50k up and down for 6-10p at a go is great and long may it continue

marksp2011
07/4/2021
10:31
the court case is to force the govt to treat them the same as non essential retail so open asap afetr 12th April. Case isn't til 19th April though
nickrl
07/4/2021
09:17
Pubs are due to open indoors in May. Its nightclubs and other large events which are held up till June.

Do we have a year end results day yet? i know its early...

dhoult12
07/4/2021
02:01
I hear there is a court case going that is demanding pubs get to reopen on may 17, along with shops. The gov is trying to stop it, bUt today the judge ruled that there was no reason the case itself shouldn't go ahead. So looking optimistic for an early opening of pubs. That should give the share price a boost.
gbjbaanb
06/4/2021
17:50
These are looking to pop and move higher. With the pubs about to reopen they might just do it. If they do, the chart shows no resistance before 150p. Which would be nice.
lord gnome
19/3/2021
12:26
Hawthorn reveals latest package of support ahead of pubs reopening: Hawthorn, the community pub arm of NewRiver, has revealed its latest package of support for pub partners and operators ahead of the reopening of pubs in England and Scotland next month. The new measures set out Hawthorn’s rent policy through until August, support for its operator managed estate, and deals and incentives “to help partners get up and running and return to profitability as quickly as possible”. Hawthorn will continue with current rent levels through to the end of May, with further reductions continuing throughout June and July, with support grants continuing to be available post-August for any pubs requiring extra assistance. Under the new proposals, rent will be capped at about 30% until the end of May, before increasing to 50% in June and 75% in July before returning to 100% in August in-line with the expected gradual increase in trade. Further measures being introduced to support Partners include cashback incentives on all purchases, enhanced credit terms and step-by-step reopening guides. Hawthorn is also providing additional packages of support for its operator managed pubs, with about £550,000 worth of support to be paid to operators at both trading and non-trading pubs, with funds covering labour costs, and being invested in outside areas to increase capacities. Since March 2020, Hawthorn has provided more than £8m of support for its partners and operators. The company predicts more than 300 – or about 60% – of its pubs in England will be open for trading on 12 April. A similar proportion of the Scottish estate is expected to trade on 26 April, while the company is awaiting further information about the roadmap for reopening in Wales. Hawthorn chief executive Mark Davies said: “It is incredibly important to me and everyone at Hawthorn we support our partners and operators to get back to full strength as quickly as possible. Our business is only successful if our partners’ businesses are successful, and we hope this package of measures will help our pubs to bounce back stronger and more quickly.”
speedsgh
16/3/2021
12:57
Overall bullishness, check out HMSO.
chucko1
16/3/2021
12:36
In demand again today. Who's buying?
lord gnome
01/3/2021
10:27
Looking perky this morning ahead of Wednesday's budget. The market must be taking a bet that Richi has plans to help the High Street in addition to the leaked support for small businesses. Whatever, the recovery has a long way to run and so does NRR.
lord gnome
28/2/2021
22:56
Look for confirmation of a full reform of biz rates on Wednesday. If aim is to share the burden with online then that's a massive positive change for this.
dhoult12
28/2/2021
22:35
Grants for hospitality and shops should further alleviate some concerns that there will be a max exodus of tenants.

Has to be positive

paulof2
24/2/2021
10:10
Invesco not investors.
diggybee
24/2/2021
10:10
I would imagine that isn't a bolt from the blue to anyone really, and this very amply reflected in the price. Plus of course you had wood Ford and investors exacerbating the drop. I reckon we are now at the very bottom of a fair range 1-1.50.
diggybee
24/2/2021
08:30
From Lloyds Bank assumptions 1st qtr 2020 through 2021 by qtr

Commercial real estate
price growth % (5.0) (7.8) (7.8) (7.0) (6.1) (2.9) (2.2) (1.7)

Assumption is negative each qtr.

fenners66
23/2/2021
19:34
Nice to finally see some momentum here and rightly so, has been stupidly undervalued for some time
paulof2
23/2/2021
16:49
Who cares. Another clothing chain goes bust, That happened every week before the coof. Meanwhile shops and shoppers will be eagerly waiting the end of lockdown to get out again like they did last year.
gbjbaanb
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