Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rdi Reit PLC LSE:RDI London Ordinary Share IM00B8BV8G91 ORD 8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.15p +0.47% 32.20p 32.15p 32.35p 32.95p 31.75p 32.95p 1,206,128 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 102.1 73.5 3.7 8.7 611.94

Rdi Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2018
20:18
Don't think any FTSE changes to PHNX.
typo56
21/9/2018
20:07
Ah. May also explain the 18m UT in PHNX.
eeza
21/9/2018
19:50
Index changes took effect at the close of business. Some big trades in the closing auction.
tiltonboy
21/9/2018
16:53
17m UT @ 32.05p. Trading at 32.85 up to the bell.
eeza
13/9/2018
20:05
Today's announcements seem sensible and great that they sold Edinburgh at a 13.7% premium to last reported book value-would have preferred if they had said if this figure was before or after selling expenses.
cerrito
10/9/2018
11:04
Looks like I was wrong partly, the buy order has just been filled for 200,000 during trading hours.
macthepak
10/9/2018
10:45
Dropping the price again this morning by nearly 1p for no reason other then MM's have a large order to fill and cause panic selling by current holders. In after trading hours there will be a large buy order that has been filled.
macthepak
08/9/2018
12:10
There has been a lot of after hours selling and buying last couple of days. MM's manipulating the share price again?
macthepak
05/9/2018
10:01
I like REITs because they have a straight forward business model that I can understand and provide a steady stream of rental income by way of a regular dividend, easy to understand accounts and share price backed by real capital ie NAV in this case "bricks and mortar". The problem with "serviced offices" is that you have competition from the likes of: Regus, The Office Group, WeWork, Spaces, HQ and MWB who have been in this field for a long time. And what annoys me even more is that flexible serviced offices means short leases. I like long leases several years to decades. This is not going to do our average WAULT any good.
macthepak
05/9/2018
09:36
Serviced offices could be a beneficiary given their flexibility.
tiltonboy
05/9/2018
09:32
I have had this share for a long time now, great dividend payer, but share price has steadily fallen over the past year. I really cannot understand the logic behind selling the German portfolio and buying London office space under the cloud of Brexit?! If selling the German portfolio was such a great deal they should have either used the money to pay off some of the debt or further diversified the portfolio to include residential, student properties, warehousing or primary healthcare properties. NOT bloody London Office space?!
macthepak
06/6/2018
09:48
Agree Makin. xd tomorrow, so will drop 1.35p straight off. Debt up rather worryingly too. Then we have Brexit to contend with - can't see that being very positive to start with ... Almost bought these for yield, but it looks like capital will depreciate and ruin that. On sidelines for now. j
jswjsw
30/5/2018
15:55
buybacks seem to be having the desired effect ?
mister md
09/5/2018
10:06
How does it make sense to buy back shares because you don't like the discount you are going to have to issue the scrip dividend at? Trying to be too clever. Keep it simple. This is an income stock. Pay a cash dividend from cash profits and let the market decide the discount. Debt level is a nagging doubt here so apply surplus cash to address issues you can do something about.
makinbuks
29/4/2018
17:46
Yes, I have taken my first stake here.
salpara111
25/4/2018
07:27
Decent set of results and continual reduction of retail properties
mister md
25/3/2018
16:18
And down it goes. Not sure what to make of it but would much rather miss the absolute bottom and buy when an uptrend is established. It is clear that commercial property companies who are heavily focused on retail space are in for a hard time over the next few years but aside from that the property market is pretty solid.
salpara111
20/3/2018
12:22
It does but I would really like to see it back above 34, at the moment it looks like it could continue the downtrend.
andyj
18/3/2018
11:35
It just looks too cheap on either NAV or yield. Very tempted but I guess I will wait until the results in 5 weeks.
salpara111
22/2/2018
10:38
Obviously the tour of the London offices did not encourage the institutional investors to buy buy buy. The downward trend looks like continuing.
tyranosaurus
21/2/2018
09:07
London offices tour today. " Mike Watters, CEO of RDI commented: "We are pleased to have the opportunity to introduce the OSIT management team and recently acquired serviced offices. These well-located London assets are underpinned by strong real estate fundamentals, whilst delivering attractive yields in excess of 6%. "Since acquisition, trading performance has been positive and ahead of management's expectations reflecting the strong occupier demand for flexible, cost efficient office space. "
eeza
16/2/2018
01:15
Another retest of the 34 level. If that goes, I'm out of here!
andyj
30/1/2018
23:03
But the yield is irrelevant in a rapidly declining valuation.
andyj
30/1/2018
17:58
Back under 34p today as a result of a wider market sell off. Look cheap with yield around 8%.
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