Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regional REIT LSE:RGL London Ordinary Share GG00BYV2ZQ34 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.20p +1.20% 101.60p 101.40p 101.80p 101.80p 100.20p 100.60p 832,841 16:29:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 52.3 28.7 9.1 11.2 378.79

Regional REIT Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/10/2018
18:41
Good move and good volume today. Closed @ 101.6p; so is it possible that we've already moved out of the 100p base camp on our next step up to 105p? free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
18/10/2018
16:40
Closed @ 100.20p bid. CIC must be almost out now.
eeza
17/10/2018
18:32
Paid on the 15th by most brokers, (but some laggards Barclays etc), less 20% tax which takes around 6 to 8 weeks to claim back from Revenue. Mine paid at ShareCentre at 0900 on 15th.
eeza
17/10/2018
17:39
currently hold Regional REIT with HSDL, not received div from the 15th, is it usually delayed or should I be chasing?!
bothdavis
17/10/2018
15:57
tournesol - thnx. Of course you wouldn't believe it if you relied on the BBC for your information! You state - "I'm fed up hearing the mantra "nobody voted to be poorer" being parotted by the side that lost the referendum. No they certainly didn't. And nobody forecasts that they will be." Precisely, very well put...
skyship
17/10/2018
14:53
A obetween one ad one-and- a-half point swing is not enough for me, Skyship. I am happier with 3% plus swings which are common in the Green Infrastructure finds. Stock markets hate uncertainty - and once the Brexit mode is decided we can all get on with life - and I expect an uptick in the stock market whatever the decision is.
a0002577
17/10/2018
14:35
Skyship ...Too many people exaggerate the impact on the UK economy of a poor Brexit outcome. All research suggests a slower GDP growth than would otherwise be the case - but growth nevertheless! Exactly! The infamous pre-referendum leaflet published by the government and delivered to every household in the country (at a cost of 9 million) was deliberately and cynically misleading. The numbers presented in the leaflet said exactly what you just said. After Brexit, far from getting poorer, the UK will get richer. Less rich than we would be inside the EU but still richer than we were before. Those figures came from the Treasury and deliberately misrepresented the future. They reflected the minuses from Brexit in terms of reduced trade with Europe but not the positives in terms of reduced compliance costs and increased trade with the rest of the world. But even with a heavy hand on the scales the numbers showed us getting richer. In contrast the text incorrectly implied the opposite. It was clearly very biased propaganda but it worked. Most people found it easier to read the text than examine the numbers, so they drew the wrong conclusion. I'm fed up hearing the mantra "nobody voted to be poorer" being parotted by the side that lost the referendum. No they certainly didn't. And nobody forecasts that they will be. Apart from myself, you are probably the first person I've heard saying this. Bravo.
tournesol
17/10/2018
14:05
@Sky o/t A bit of Brexit banter on the JTC thread.
eeza
17/10/2018
13:57
Has anyone been playing these quite possible 1.5%-2% RGL share price swings? I should have been doing so; but decided just to sit and enjoy...😊
skyship
17/10/2018
13:51
Exactly - a useful validation, especially: 'The structural trends of e-commerce and urbanisation continue to underpin occupier and investor demand for prime warehouse space, notwithstanding near-term economic and political uncertainty in the UK.' Too many people exaggerate the impact on the UK economy of a poor Brexit outcome. All research suggests a slower GDP growth than would otherwise be the case - but growth nevertheless!
skyship
17/10/2018
12:24
The SGRO comment can be read across to RGL
tournesol
17/10/2018
11:23
Should be on SGRO, I think?
asmodeus
17/10/2018
07:44
SGRO still seeing value. From today's TU "'Ongoing favourable occupier market conditions have enabled us to achieve another strong leasing performance for both new and existing space.' 'In line with our disciplined approach to capital allocation, we have exchanged or completed disposals totaling over £200m during the period at a significant premium to book value, taking advantage of strong investor demand and a limited supply of prime, well-located assets.' 'The structural trends of e-commerce and urbanisation continue to underpin occupier and investor demand for prime warehouse space, notwithstanding near-term economic and political uncertainty in the UK.' 'We remain optimistic about our prospects for the remainder of the year and into 2019.'
eeza
12/10/2018
21:32
Lol !! Correct.
eeza
12/10/2018
18:30
Seller is still lurking in the undergrowth. Late reported trade 201,693 at 102.20p timed 08:47.
eeza
12/10/2018
17:26
Closed @ 99p - not bad considering the crazy week we've endured...
skyship
12/10/2018
12:58
stewart - those 696 shares trading @ 100.4p at 12:02 must have been a late declaration from yesterday, or even the day before! Certainly had no bearing to the other trades there or thereabouts. eeza - don't worry, they'll be back over 99p later today...
skyship
12/10/2018
12:30
Sliding down the greasy pole once more.
eeza
12/10/2018
12:17
Some odd price action around noon going down to 98p then up to 100.4. Indeed Hargreaves have the bid price still at 98p 15 minutes on. Possibly an error, but very unusual. Edit....No I see all sites have the bid and ask trailing. Oh and the price is back down a couple of pence for the second time.
stewart64
11/10/2018
18:42
With the stock market correction Regional Reit's too good to be true yield of 8.1% is no longer unusual. Investment trusts have stood up well to the correction not least RR, I've not took a big hit on any. They usually struggle to keep up with a retracement...if we get one. Example of higher yields in the 100... Standard Life 8.6% ( covered on fwd earnings), Taylor Wimpey with perennial special 11.6% (covered on fwd earnings) Vodafone 8.9% ( not covered). I'd imagine any recovery will pull these sort of shares up first. Of course if it keeps crashing then RR will be as safe a place as any.
stewart64
11/10/2018
18:34
Only in a civil service dept would it be acceptable for such a delay.
holts
11/10/2018
15:37
I posted the other month about not receiving the tax credit from the July divi in my sipp from II. After a few messages of getting back to me and a bit nudging, I finally got this message today.. Please accept my apologies for the delay, I can confirm we do submit the request once a month to reclaim any tax from HMRC. This can take between 6-11 weeks to be received back. Please allow up to the end of October for your reclaim to show on your account. We trust that we have answered your questions, however please do let us know if we can do anything else for you.
ramellous
09/10/2018
22:38
John Baron added some to his Autumn Portfolio today
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