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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
  6.50 1.26% 522.00 104,612 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
520.50 521.50 524.00 514.00 519.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 112.70 -194.90 -52.00 2,006
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:57:10 O 5,478 521.782 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
09/5/202220:47Shaftesbury.. solid one to watch646
04/6/200813:50*** Shaftesbury ***-
14/12/200520:55Shaftesbury - Shares fall after renewed concern about its Business Model2
30/7/200323:09Any thoughts on Shaftesbury?14

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2022-07-04 16:57:23521.785,47828,583.22O
2022-07-04 16:20:11520.639795,096.97O
2022-07-04 16:12:05515.101,8129,333.67O
2022-07-04 16:10:12515.001,8129,331.80O
2022-07-04 15:52:37521.4555286.80O
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04/7/2022
09:20
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 515.50p.
Shaftesbury Plc has a 4 week average price of 514p and a 12 week average price of 514p.
The 1 year high share price is 668.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 514p.
There are currently 384,214,860 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 425,076 shares. The market capitalisation of Shaftesbury Plc is £2,005,601,569.20.
07/5/2022
17:51
sarcoline: Big Oz asset news imminent at CLON as early as Monday 7am. Price target....multibag.
02/3/2022
19:28
essentialinvestor: I'm not holding SHB atm as mentioned, have a small position in CapCo so keep an eye on this. Expect 2 will become 1 in time.
02/3/2022
19:13
essentialinvestor: Tell me about it Nick, I used to fill up with Shell V Power diesel, now it's the ordinary and 100 ml of additive. Cant justify the price.
07/2/2022
12:33
essentialinvestor: I currently hold a very small amount of CAPCO - just for transparency, not holding any SHB atm. Monitor SHB as think CAPCO will ultimately bid. Appreciate the different views btw.
05/2/2022
09:41
skyship: EI - well, you know well my thoughts on SHB, so obviously I totally agree with david. Any upside here limited to the trading range; but essentially a downward trajectory as very small discount to NAV and no yield protection. Elsewhere in the sector 2021 provided enormous gains as valuations, yield compressions instigated great NAV recoveries - most now north of pre-pandemic levels. Still money to be made by switching from here to the likes of BREI & SREI: # BREI @ 92.4p - Disc. = 23.6% & Yld = 4.33% # SREI @ 55.10p - Disc. = 16.3% & Yld = 5.27% NB: SREI's keenly awaited Q4'21 NAV likely to be north of 69.4p, at which level disc. = 20.6% free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
19/1/2022
11:21
essentialinvestor: * Beginning of the end for the pandemic, hopefully!. Capco trading statement. Some of the low ball predictions for the SHB share price now look very wide of the mark, barring some other adverse development with covid. As mentioned at the time, Capco's timing here may look very good longer term. Covid though remains the big outlier, only fair to say. If we are on a path to a less virulent virus, as with the omicron variant, it would be hugely supportive and the reverse applies.
05/12/2021
10:07
konradpuss: What will change the dynamics of this company, ergo the share price? I can only see a bid doing that. The only other possible events are:- 1. Rental increases - not a hope. 2. Yield compression - not a hope. 3. Management coming up with some clever innovative ideas - you must be Joe King.
03/12/2021
12:19
essentialinvestor: Hi Sky, been in/out of SHB a number of times, but primarily saw this as a 2/3 year play on asset values increases as hospitality reopened and people returned to this part of London. The issue now is COVID continues to drag on and their shops and restaurants benefited greatly from overseas tourists in the past. Reading the recent statement there is now an expectation that overseas visitors will largely stay away the next couple of years - so that arguably blunts some of the potential upside. SHB also a bid possibility given the Capco and Norges % share holdings. Not been overly lucky with bids over the years, but had CLIN yesterday, which I mentioned on the SHA board as an idea last week and again this Weds.
13/6/2021
16:32
konradpuss: Agreed nickel, however on your view of the valuation of the portfolio and therefore the share price I wonder if Capco have the 'bottle' to bid? O.K. you said they provide a 'floor' to the share price. As an aside I think I put my 'buy' price here at circa two quid - perhaps a little harsh but very possible due to the gearing and fall in rents. I cannot see the current 'sound bite' well over paid Chief Executive of Shaftesbury rolling over without a fight as he would be out of a job if Capco took over. The Capco management would know doubt wish to rule the roost. Sammy runs the Langham Estate with very few people - probably modestly paid. Just look at what the management take at Shaftesbury to send out a few rent demands and pontificate on 'curating'. They need to get real, cut costs and do something entrepreneurial. Just my humble opinion - I don't think Bickell does humble!
11/6/2020
16:58
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.
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