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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust Limited LSE:SREI London Ordinary Share GB00B01HM147 ORD SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.30p -0.52% 56.90p 56.50p 57.00p 57.50p 56.40p 56.40p 373,743 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 25.6 33.8 6.5 8.8 295.03

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/1/2013
08:52
LG - surely that's currently the problem with SREI - the NAV discount is not so large. At the offer price of 38p the discount is a miserly 18.3%. I don't expect any great fall here as the dividend obviously supports; but as each qtr passes and the dividend cover fails to arrive, the more likelihood of a reappraisal of that 0.88p qtly dividend. The shares are in a downtrend, but found some short-term succour from the 200day Moving Average. 38p was important support, now turned resistance, so technically we might expect to see the downside move resume, perhaps to the 35.5p/36p level: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
31/1/2013
08:28
Quite correct redsonning. Fill your boots now while yields are so high and discounts to NV so large.
lord gnome
31/1/2013
00:05
"...interest rates are at long term historical lows the only way they can go in the future is up and when that cycle does finally start it will apply further downward pressure on capital values." Yes.... But the reason that interest rates will start to rise is that the economy is picking up....when that happens there will start to be added demand for commercial property....this will push up both rents and capital values. So longer term outlook is good rather than bad. There is something erroneous about an argument which says....times are bad so prices are low, and when times get better interest rates will rise and so times will be bad again! There is a cycle in property and we have been bumping along the bottom of it for a long time now.
redsonning
29/1/2013
17:14
Two very large buys today, which I find reassuring.
jodi17qad
28/1/2013
17:18
I now think it unlikely div will be covered this year or next so have sold SREI and topped up PCTN
alanji
24/1/2013
16:01
Think on balance I will hold, close run thing though. Take another look in six months, meantime take the nice fat dividend.
elmfield
24/1/2013
15:55
Discount almost back to 20% again - & yield 9.45%. Div maintained.
eeza
24/1/2013
14:34
Salpara - I'd go along with you but for ... long term structural decline. Both supply and demand are at work, and supply of high quality, refurbished properties or new ones in (say) Leeds could signal a selective revival. Both Hammerson and LandSecs are busy there, and Leeds is a vibrant, wealthy economy. (I know, as my wife contributes a lot to it!) And not just here, but premium sites (commercial, industrial, retail) should do the biz for companies with the capital to refurbish. Say 'cyclical decline' and I'll concur.
jonwig
24/1/2013
11:19
Held these for a long time and sold with a big loss last year around the 36p level, only to see them rally to over 40p ! I won't invest in any company of this nature at present due to the fact that commercial property values outside the southeast of england are in long term structural decline. Given that interest rates are at long term historical lows the only way they can go in the future is up and when that cycle does finally start it will apply further downward pressure on capital values. Having said that, if they dropped back to the 32p level I could be tempted but not as a long term play.
salpara111
24/1/2013
10:04
I think it fair to equate the low LTV with a lower discount. The discount implying that property values are expected to fall further. Personally I don't think 100% cover is all that critical as long as the cash drain were modest and non-impacting. 90% by end 2013 would do me - at that point becomes irrelevant compared to property price movement.
colonel a
24/1/2013
09:53
LTV down to 31% though and plenty of cash swilling about. Perhaps they will put it to good use.
specuvestor
24/1/2013
08:00
So....Divi held....NAV reduced again....Discount just 18%....perhaps not high enough!
skyship
24/1/2013
07:47
I.M.S. NAV and Dividend Net Asset Value Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust Limited announces an unaudited net asset value ('NAV') of £165.6 million or 46.5 pence per share ('pps') as at 31 December 2012. This reflects a decrease of 3.8% compared with the NAV as at 30 September 2012 of £172.1 million. This resulted in an unaudited NAV total return for the 2012 calendar year of 5.7%. Dividend The Company announces an interim dividend of 0.88 pps for the period 1 October 2012 to 31 December 2012. The dividend payment will be made on 22 February 2013 to shareholders on the register on 8 February 2013. The ex-dividend date will be 6 February 2013. Pre-tax dividend cover over the quarter to 31 December 2012 was 69% which compared with pre-tax dividend cover of 60% for the nine months to 30 September 2012. The Board continues to keep dividend policy under close review with a view to ensuring the Company can deliver a sustainable level of cover whilst having due regard to current and anticipated future market conditions, rental values and the outcome of any future debt refinancing.
skinny
23/1/2013
16:06
Having come all this way WITHOUT cutting the dividend, surely they wouldn't do so now........or would they? No... Not major concerns, but the niggles here are: # Still uncovered div # Debt refinancing still o/s # NAV discount just 20% ...so on a valuation basis, I prefer PCTN & MCKS.
skyship
23/1/2013
12:33
I think the dividend will be covered by the end of this year, if not before.
alanji
23/1/2013
10:55
That is my one big fear, speedsgh. They say that they are working to improve dividend cover as a priority, but an uncovered dividend must always present a real risk.
lord gnome
23/1/2013
10:33
SKYSHIP et al - In your opinion is there any likelihood that SREI may re-base the dividend as PCTN did recently?
speedsgh
22/12/2012
12:18
If they can do a deal that is anywhere near as good as that done by PCTN we'll be off to the races. I like the way that this is shaping up. I plan to add more SREI and PCTN. Property will comeback into fashion one day and I hope to be fully loaded when it does. In the meantime the high yields on offer and the good asset backing make it worth the wait.
lord gnome
21/12/2012
16:20
"The Company continues to pursue refinancing options well in advance of the loan maturing in July 2014." Yes, they obviously want to lock in these low interest rates - waiting for July'14 would likely be way too late. I suspect H1'13 a more likely prospect, even if it does trigger major swap breakage costs.
skyship
21/12/2012
15:18
rns re latest debt repayment - http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/55572467. current loan facility matures in July 2014 but SREI say they are looking to refinance well in advance of maturity. what's the general consensus on likely timescales for having the refinancing sorted? H2 2013?
speedsgh
13/12/2012
19:11
topvest - yes, they're doing a great job - the balancing act will be to try to maintain the uncovered divi whilst rejigging the debt. I'm more confident on that than I was a few weeks ago!
jonwig
13/12/2012
18:00
Well I suppose this gets them to a LTV of 30% which is more conservative - be helpful if they said what their target was. I guess there will also be some swap breakage costs when the debt is repaid. They have done a good job here to deleverage in a non-dilutive way.
topvest
11/12/2012
18:03
This is not a bad place to rest.
elmfield
10/12/2012
09:48
Looks o.k to me.
elmfield
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