Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regional Reit Limited LSE:RGL London Ordinary Share GG00BYV2ZQ34 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -0.15% 66.50 858,303 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
66.70 67.00 67.50 66.70 67.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 75.65 26.25 6.60 10.1 287
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:12 UT 77,584 66.50 GBX

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Regional Reit Daily Update: Regional Reit Limited is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGL. The last closing price for Regional Reit was 66.60p.
Regional Reit Limited has a 4 week average price of 66.70p and a 12 week average price of 65.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 122.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 51.40p.
There are currently 431,506,583 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 840,597 shares. The market capitalisation of Regional Reit Limited is £286,951,877.70.
skyship: chucko - the valuation drop was announced back on 5th August; so no surprise at today's confirmed NAV figure, which was actually slightly better than my earlier anticipated figure of 102.2p...
chucko1: I suppose that there is sufficient material in this half-year report for the Bears to have some small feast. For example the lack of detail on the new rentals. Additionally a 10% drop in NAV is a large drop on the face of it. Continued rent collection at the current level will eventually likely make a mockery of the current share price.
lord gnome: Could I just point out to those who think the recent share price rise is toppy and overdone, that before this current COVID situation RGL was trading quite happily at 120p. We need another 50% price rise from here to get back to where we were at the end of February. The fall was way overdone, as is the way of the stock market and therein lies the opportunity for those who can spot it.
hpcg: I concur with the comments here, the obfuscation of negative outcomes is transparent and unsettling. Investors aren't children, and the share price is discounting some bad news, so just say it as it is. From past experience I draw two conclusions about management; either they are over optimists with clouded judgement or they are deliberately attempting to deploy slight of hand. The gearing suggests the former and the words unsaid are out of fear based on running hot. I'm not a shareholder anymore, and that includes a week long dabble before getting cold feet a fortnight ago. I'm not sure they would manage a corrective declining market well.
solarno lopez: Skyship I enjoy reading your posts as you seem a little more research and knowledgeably minded and thus give reasoned comments Therefore why do you think EPIC is fairing worse than others in terms of share price movement ? Thanks
winnings1: I have speculated that RGL may have to temporary forego 10%- 25% of Rental Income due to the Corona Crisis. Running costs will remain much the same, so any percentage reduction in Rental Income (if any) could have a larger percentage impact (say 5% larger) on net profit. That would still leave a handsome return on capital. Borrowings are relatively low, just 40% to net asset value. Net asset value is well above current share price. To conclude, it is hard to imagine RGL going under, but easy to imagine RGL remaining an attractive cash cow. IMHO, Winnings
winnings1: Nimbo - A temporary dividend cut of 50% (not saying that is likely) together with or as a result of say 25% unpaid rents (need not happen)is acceptable to me at a share price of 100-125p. Once the Corona Virus calamity is behind us (which will happen, given time) there will be a rapid build up of new businesses - seeking premises to rent. RGL borrowings are relatively low to assets value, so no panic on that front. IMHO, Winnings
winnings1: Assuming 10% of businesses go bankrupt, assuming RGL will have to suffer 10% rent loss, assuming 20% cut in dividend. What would be so disastrous about that? ... When noting that the share price is at a discount of 20%. When furthermore noting that the shares already were jolly cheap before the discount.
winnings1: RGL is unlikely to become a bad egg, whichever way the market turns. Even if RGL's rental income halved, there is still decent income. And even if the dividend were halved, there is still above average dividend, considering that the share price is down to near just one Pound.
a0002577: "The only number that pays and which matters is the share price - rest is analysis paralysis" Just how does a share price pay? It's a number and nothing more if taken in isolation. It only matters if you think it is going to go up or down when you can either sell it at a profit or a loss. The number that really matters is the yield - and it is as well to keep getting ideas of what others are thinking about its prospects and history. Even analystes add to the pool of knowledge. Taking the share price in isolation is just putting yourself in limbo - and you have in fact paralysed yourself as you can take no rational decision on that single piece of information.
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