Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shaftesbury Plc LSE:SHB London Ordinary Share GB0007990962 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00 -1.13% 525.00 731,831 16:35:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
524.00 525.00 533.00 521.00 530.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 126.90 26.00 8.50 61.8 2,017
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:28:20 O 694 525.00 GBX

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20/1/202111:17Shaftesbury.. solid one to watch542
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2021-01-22 18:29:14525.006943,643.50O
2021-01-22 18:28:22527.804,87025,703.86O
2021-01-22 17:14:29528.198,66945,789.14O
2021-01-22 17:11:48525.054092,147.46O
2021-01-22 17:10:17524.961,0005,249.61O
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Shaftesbury Daily Update: Shaftesbury Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SHB. The last closing price for Shaftesbury was 531p.
Shaftesbury Plc has a 4 week average price of 521p and a 12 week average price of 435p.
The 1 year high share price is 935.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 407p.
There are currently 384,214,860 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 855,054 shares. The market capitalisation of Shaftesbury Plc is £2,017,128,015.
nickrl: EI hospitalisation rates is clearly driving govt policy here and imv that won't reach a peak for a few more weeks. Even then govt will want a significant reduction to rebuild a buffer before it relaxes much. They are also clearly running a strategy to at least minimise the possibility of imported mutations now and much of the Western world is in the same space. So I see international tourism being significantly reduced in 21 and SHB are leveraged to that footfall driving there tenants income and thus SHB NRI. There is the potential that there will be substitution from staycations and day visitors but that needs the current rules being relaxed back to at least as they were last summer. I believe this will happen in part from current measures and vaccinations but more so from natural suppression of the respiratory. With SHB leveraging themselves to t/o rents they aint going to have a good 2021 so your buying into the future here. They have the cash in hand to get through this now and of course there remains the possibility of CAPCC launching a bid or more sensibly trying for a merger but share price will tread water at current levels.
essentialinvestor: As with many lockdown impacted stocks, the market is forward looking atm. Yes the recovery will be multi year. SHB perhaps one to look at on a bad day.
nickrl: Konrad we are likely to get a Brexit and Oxford vaccine boost this week and historical the market trades up well on thin trading over Xmas / New Year sessions so suspect it may go higher yet. My view is its overrated as well but optimism is carrying the day currently but my take is SHB tenants are significantly impaired with lower footfall baked in for a few years and with there move to t/o rents will see income depleted for sometime. Can't see a divi in 21 either for me its a potential spread bet opportunity
konradpuss: Essential, the recent share price up tick makes no sense to me after the recent results. I guess 'the market' is looking at the future more optimistically than me.
hindsight: Looking for 450p to rebuy sold ones They are trading O.K. and loving it. I would not put this as bad news for SHB, rather have tenants trading ok on turnover rents than empty property. Seems to me SHB have plenty of cash to cover any interest/overheads shortfall but are the bond holders going to wave the income covenants at present. They should be made to as part of the Government moritorium but its not clear
konradpuss: In the update today the company tells of buying three strategic properties. They then go on to say they have collected 41% of rent with a further 10% promised in respect of the last quater. The remainder - who knows. Surely they should be planning for the worst with their borrowings? I will stick by my opinon of where the share price could end up.
essentialinvestor: Traded DLN during the week, a very small amount. Derwent has bounced from the 27.70/90 area on so many occasions recently. Nick has mentioned £24/25, which looks a safer longer term area. I don't hold GPOR atm either. Would expect fundamentals will look terrible next year as the economic fallout ripples outward, however also anticipate share prices to begin to firm up well ahead of better news. Helical have sold a London property post the COVID hit, it was jointly owned and their share was under £10 million. I'm not that focussed on the London market, or have any particular conviction (outside of thinking SHB will be a cracking recovery play at some point). Attention is on finding stocks where short term value may be available. Intend to switch to buy and hold sometime over the next few months. Expected equity market volatility over the summer which did not happen. Hoping that may develop over the next couple of months, but there is little sign atm.
essentialinvestor: Helical can be very volatile share price wise, I could make a stronger buy case around 2.70ish type. Besides COVID the odds of a no deal EU exit are now rising - this is not a political point, I'm mentioning it re short term sentiment which can impact sector share prices.
nickrl: Essential in terms of an opportunity to get hold a big stake quickly have to concur with your view although CAPCO will see no return on that for at least 12-18mths. Furthermore they've put a prop under SHB share price with there intentions now pretty clear they want a merger or a takeover and im pretty sure they would get the funding as well given how many other plc are getting hefty raisings' away without issue currently. As you say plenty of dosh in the system looking for home not because its makes money but earns fees for the bankers promoting them.
trcml: Thank you. Am I right in thinking that a 'collector's premium' has been added to SHB's NAV? (As I recall, the reasoning that was that anyone buying SHB would get more than just the individual properties). In May 2017, it was reported that NAV rose to 912p, compared to 646p in 2007 just before the sub-prime crisis in mid 2008. I don't know what SHB NAV is now but CAPC buying in at a discount to share price when the latter itself is not a reliable measure makes me think CAPC are simply buying into a neighbour because that's closest to home.
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