Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Primary Health Properties LSE:PHP London Ordinary Share GB00BYRJ5J14 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.20p -1.05% 113.00p 113.60p 113.80p 114.20p 113.60p 114.20p 7,027,192 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 72.5 91.9 15.3 7.4 826.78

Primary Health Properties Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/6/2018
22:23
Totally agree. I fell foul to some of their comments in the early days but soon cottoned on to their devious ways. Dont get too involved with AIM now, just enough to put a bit of exitement in the portfolio.
norland1
06/6/2018
20:45
Yup, not so easy. On a lot of the REITs and other smaller stocks, there can often be some small opening trade that is a little off, either a low print or a high print. I do not use ADVFN but Bloomberg for this stuff so I see the volumes of all trades in real time. I use ADVFN and III to read postings on stocks. For at least some of them, there are some informative posters which I find useful. There are also some nutters on the desperado AIM tiddlers.
chucko1
06/6/2018
19:40
Thanks chuko. I'm making comments with the benefit of information from a freebie ADVFN membership.
norland1
06/6/2018
19:31
The 110p was just on the opening for a tiny trade. It really had a low of 112p. It isn’t really that volatile, but with frequent capital raises (a good thing in this case) you do get sell offs at that time. Always recovers. Safe and steady this one though had massive sell off in 2007/8 which was in keeping with all real estate stuff. But they kept raising the dividend and hiding on paid richly.
chucko1
06/6/2018
19:01
Have a reasonable holding in this Reit- mainly for income and a bit of 'steady as you go' type of holding. Its anything but with today's opening price of 110 and finishing at 114.( not complaining mind ) I wonder if this type of holding is of interest as a full takeover by a large pension fund or similar - there have been some hefty transactions being going through of late.
norland1
04/6/2018
18:43
Nothing to see IMO if you stand back and not look too closely
davr0s
04/6/2018
17:29
Morgank, what you suggested partially came to pass. Answers on a postcard as to what Friday was all about.
chucko1
01/6/2018
19:35
No news, no nothing as far as I can tell. Similar REITs trading just fine. Will buy heavily if no recovery on open.
chucko1
01/6/2018
17:32
Looks like a lot of late trades with significant buy volume came through after the close. share price could correct on Monday !
morgank
01/6/2018
16:43
Anyone got any idea why big drop today. Can’t find anything obvious.
1olddog
14/5/2018
19:48
New Edison research update... Funded for growth - HTTP://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/primary-health-properties102388/preview/
speedsgh
26/4/2018
10:57
If you are looking at ADVFN trades forget it. I have made lots of trades where buys have shown up as sells. It seems like each company uses different rules to determine if a trade is actually a buy or sell and where it can't distinguish put it in the column for mid price. I wouldn't rely on any trade volume figures on here. Unfortunately there does not appear to be anywhere you can actually get accurate buy and sell trades and volumes. I hope to be corrected on this.
schofip
26/4/2018
10:07
Gbh2, I see that, but what does it really mean? (I do not really follow the minute to minute trades and what they imply). Thx
chucko1
26/4/2018
09:29
300K buy disappeared from listing. Edit: Seems it was redesignated as a mid price trade which dosen't show on the listing I was using.
gbh2
24/4/2018
17:11
Well, PHP was already in the FTSE All-Share index. Never mind. Over 10m shares uncrossed at close yesterday thanks to the index funds. A more normal 183k today. I'm not sure what it will mean for the share price. Possibly not that much. I see MRO took the opportunity to 'kitchen sink' their GKN acquisition today, now that they've safely made it into the FTSE100!
typo56
24/4/2018
15:57
Good call Typo, I bought in view of share price drop and the pending ftse250 move but didn't notice the bigger picture and realise it would be so soon.
gbh2
24/4/2018
13:47
Transfer to FTSE 250 and Award Win - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/primary-health-props--php-/rns/transfer-to-ftse-250-and-award-win/201804241341469637L/ Primary Health Properties PLC (the "Company" or "PHP"), the UK's leading investor in modern primary healthcare facilities, is pleased to report that the Company's shares have been included in the FTSE 250 and FTSE All-Share indices, with effect from 24 April 2018... Harry Hyman, Managing Director, commented: "I'm delighted that PHP has been included in the FTSE 250 and FTSE All-Share indices and believe the move marks an important milestone in the Company's history. Having first listed the business in 1996, I'm immensely proud of the significant progress that the team has achieved. With a market capitalisation now over £800million and a 21-year track record of unbroken dividend growth, PHP has proven itself as a leading long-term investment opportunity and delivered significant returns to its shareholders...
speedsgh
23/4/2018
16:39
In the event, 1.37% uncrossed.
typo56
23/4/2018
15:15
Not exactly epo001, MRO is a FTSE250 company but it is is acquiring a FTSE100 company (GKP). This means MRO will be promoted to the FTSE100 (filling the gap left by GKP), with effect from start of trading tomorrow. PHP will then fill the gap in the FTSE250 left by MRO. When a company moves from one index to another, index funds have to adjust their weightings. To avoid mistracking, funds will often do this in the closing auction the day before (i.e. today). When a stock moves from the SmallCap to the FTSE250 the uncrossing volume can amount to about 1% of the company's market cap.
typo56
23/4/2018
13:51
I'm not usually slow with these things but it seems a possibility to me, guess time will tell.
gbh2
23/4/2018
13:33
So, two ftse 100 firms are merging, creating a void in the 100 which must be filled from the 250 and php is expected to fill the resultant 250 void. Is that what you are saying?
epo001
23/4/2018
13:08
Typo56, you appear to be confirming that PHP will enter the 250 tomorrow. But others claim that this is merely a prediction. I believe the latter to be the case, and therefore wonder if you can explain the relevance of the uncrossing of the 7m shares in tonight's auction. Thanks
chucko1
23/4/2018
12:37
PHP replaces MRO which moves into the FTSE100 on account of the GKN acquisition. My guess about 7m shares might uncross in the closing auction today, but that could be complicated by recent share issue.
typo56
23/4/2018
11:44
Yes I've seen that. It shows PHP as small cap and no changes due tomorrow. There are predictions, due to take effect June 18th and PHP may be eligible May 30th. I was curious why PHP was expected to be promoted tomorrow.
epo001
23/4/2018
10:57
htTp://www.stockchallenge.co.uk/ftse.php Possibly familiar with the above website?
gbh2
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