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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sirius R E. LSE:SRE London Ordinary Share GG00B1W3VF54 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.60p +0.96% 63.20p 62.80p 63.40p 64.00p 60.20p 60.20p 2,988,206 16:29:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 63.4 78.8 7.8 7.9 635.88

Sirius R E. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/2/2010
22:57
Looking at their occupancy rate they have still a lot of slack they can make into revenue and the uplift in rents also seems very good. They have suffered a double hit unfortunately both on properties covered by the RBS loan. I don't like the British banks attitude at the moment as they are gouging the very clients they were happy to loan to in the good times. This may cost them more fee's or an uplift in interest rate, at the very least spare cash may have to be used. What I do like about this company is their honesty and openness. Not many property companies put their covenant details out there for all to see, most tend to think we should not have the info. I'm betting that the news is actually not as bad as we think. They are reporting record levels of interest so they should be able to make up the gap over the next year easily. By 2011 we should be back to dividends and at these values now that should be well over 10% return.
m1keg
10/2/2010
20:52
Well that's taken me by surprise. Not good. Oh well, have to wait and hold here. A bit disappointing, as I thought they had a more diverse portfolio than this.
topvest
10/2/2010
17:10
Jumped in today at 0.16 for my SIPP. Will buy some more as funds become available at these prices. Looks to me like a nice little share to simply leave alone and let it look after itself in the next couple of years. I had been tracking it over the last year and thought I had missed the chance of a really good entry price. Market jitters over last few months and today's slight panic has given me a second bite at the cherry. Regards, Mike
m1keg
10/2/2010
13:22
topvest What are your comments about today's statement?
loverat
14/1/2010
21:43
Good for you. They look exceptionally good value. Someone will come along to unlock value at some point soon imo, as the discount to NAV is enormous.
topvest
14/1/2010
11:46
bought a few of these to tuck away.
pepi moon
29/12/2009
08:25
The trouble with managed workspace in a downturn is that it is mainly short term contracts.. They mention that SME business in Germany is recovering which is good news, but if growth stalls, maybe downside risk on income stream. Still hold though as agree that discount to latest net assets is very severe
pejaten
29/12/2009
08:18
Hmm, not sure about low quality - it's managed workspace that they have been refurbishing and rebranding. Given by the rental levels their strategy seems to be working.
topvest
29/12/2009
04:03
I hold some of these. Agree it looks cheap although the quality of the portfolio looks low. Doubt it will move much until it restores it dividend
pejaten
24/12/2009
10:47
This company looks interesting. Share price is about 1/3rd of NAV - it's been re-financed and share register is full of activist investors. Gross LTV is 63%. Net rental income is holding up well. Innovative business model in Germany with branded flexible workspace. I'm surprised there is no thread and so I've started one. http://www.sirius-real-estate.com/about/
topvest
09/8/2007
17:23
any of you bought shares via canada since our nomad went walkies? cheers, markie.
markfrankie
05/6/2007
22:16
mwana now up to 76p and with some momentum behind it. makes the offer of 1 mwa share for every 2.33 sre/sdn shares a bit more attractive. in any case, it was always a done deal... http://www.mwanaafrica.com/default.asp
rambutan2
14/5/2007
07:20
rum times at sre http://www.minesite.com/nc/minews/singlenews/article/southernera-diamonds-seeks-novel-ways-to-escape-the-grip-of-mwana-africa/1.html May 11, 2007 SouthernEra Diamonds Seeks Novel Ways To Escape The Grip Of Mwana Africa .......And here is something odder. On April 19th, three days after cancelling the AIM listing, SouthernEra raised a net C$2.5 million by a non-brokered private placement. No mention was made in the announcement as to the price but it would appear to have been around C40 cents on the basis of the usual generous Canadian commissions. Nice work if you can get it as these shares are effectively underwritten by the bid from Mwana Africa which is now worth C53 cents/share as its price has risen to 55p.............................
schober
16/3/2007
22:50
SRE was on my watch list. Less than encouraging offer I would have thought, unless you bought fairly recently:
doobydave
16/3/2007
22:43
Hi, what do you think about this take over bid? (I am invested in MWA too) Think, it would be a strong (Diamond-) Company. (Gravity, Southern, MWA (incl MIBA) With the Canadians is no right joy broken out, apparent knows only its Rockys. ;-)
makkaroni
16/3/2007
15:27
sorry, wrong thread
ged5
16/3/2007
09:02
well, that's one solution - offer from mwana... http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200703160730080799T
rambutan2
07/3/2007
09:34
hi schober, yes they expect to. however, as always, cash is an issue ie they need some more before they can. so, quite possible that some sort of deal will be done at either klipspringer or camafuca which will provide some of the green stuff. in fact all options being looked at. if fail, then more dilution to come. aimho.
rambutan2
07/3/2007
09:28
http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=20070307070000P2FC6 SouthernEra recovers 3,124 diamonds from Badibanga, DRC average grade 2.00ct/m(3) Shares issued and outstanding: 165,954,229 March 6 /CNW/ - SouthernEra Diamonds Inc. (TSX: SDM, AIM: SRE;) today reported that the first bulk sampling trench at its 100% owned Badibanga Alluvial Diamond Project ("Badibanga") in the Democratic Republic of Congo ("DRC") has been completed returning an average recovered grade of 2.00 carats per cubic meter (ct/m(3)). The diamond processing plant recovered a total of 3,124 diamonds totaling 348.11 carats from 174 cubic meters (m(3)) of targeted alluvial basal gravel from this first sample. The largest recovered diamond was 1.75ct. The initial program is continuing with the objective of extracting a representative parcel (2000 carats) for diamond valuation purposes...........................more sounds like thry are going to mine
schober
29/12/2006
23:33
SouthernEra tracks Congo kimberlites 2006-12-27 15:38 ET - Street Wire by Will Purcell SouthernEra Diamonds Inc. plans a multimillion-dollar drill program on its kimberlite hunt in the Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The company's joint venture partner, BHP Billiton Inc., will cover the cost of the work again next year. The plan In 2003, the politically unstable DRC warmed to foreign investors -- or at least their cash. The country rejigged its onerous mining regulations to attract explorers willing to endure the risks of working in the unstable region. SouthernEra was one of the first outside companies to nibble, and that allowed it to pick up big blocks of what it thinks is the best ground in the region during the brief land grab. The diamond majors apparently agreed with the assessment, as SouthernEra soon had De Beers, BHP and Rio Tinto PLC jostling for a piece of its play. BHP offered the best terms, agreeing to take the play to feasibility in exchange for a 65-per-cent interest. The mining giant also bought $8-million (U.S.) worth of SouthernEra's shares. With BHP picking up the tab, SouthernEra started preliminary work. The company's president, Alasdair MacPhee, said stream sampling would be complete across the entire 1.3 million-hectare property by the end of the year, with a testing density significantly higher than most of its rivals are attempting. "We are coming up with quite spectacular results," he added. As well as the expected indicator mineral grains, some of the samples are producing diamonds, and a few stones exceed one millimetre. The largest find measures a promotable 4.5 millimetres in length, proving the area capable of delivering commercial gems. SouthernEra and BHP spent the fall flying geophysics over their Kasai properties and the work produced about 70 potential drill targets by early November. SouthernEra is ground testing the features and about 10 of the anomalies appear particularly promising. The partners expect to add to their tally over the next few months. Drilling will be a key part of the 2007 program on Kasai as a result. Mr. MacPhee said one drill was already on the property and a second is on the way. SouthernEra expects to keep both rigs busy through much of next year. The budget is not yet firm, but Mr. MacPhee expects the program will cost about $5-million (U.S.), with much of the cash going to drilling. The encouragement SouthernEra's DRC permits are scattered throughout the alluvial diamond district in the southeastern part of the country. The Kasai region is at the northeastern end of a wide swath of kimberlites and alluvial deposits that traverses the prolific Lunda Norte district of northeastern Angola. Diamondiferous kimberlite pipes dot Lunda Norte, but finds are few in the DRC. A recent tally credits Angola with over 700 kimberlites, while explorers scored just 11 kinds north of the border. Despite the lopsided pipe count, the DRC leads all countries with its historical diamond production of about one billion carats over the past century. The country is currently producing about 20 million carats per year from alluvial deposits. Safety from robbers, warlords and other riff-raff is always a worry in the peace-loving DRC. SouthernEra suspended work for a few weeks on its projects, in anticipation of potential problems surrounding the country's runoff election at the end of October. The United States government updated its travel warning this week, authorizing the families of its embassy staff to return, but sustaining the warning against travel to the country. The government acknowledges conditions are improving since the election, but it remains worried about rural areas in the eastern part of the country. SouthernEra closed unchanged at 30 cents Friday, on 74,500 shares.
rambutan2
19/4/2006
17:55
Good news afterhours?
martin036
04/4/2006
22:50
not unexpected, although interesting that all funds raised on this side of the atlantic... TORONTO and LONDON, April 4 /CNW/ - SouthernEra Diamonds Inc. (the "Company") (TSX: SDM, AIM: SRE) announces today that it has conditionally placed 31.1 million common shares to institutional investors in the UK and Europe. The shares will be placed at a price of C$0.43 (21.2p) each for gross proceeds of approximately C$13.4 million... http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=20060404153643P054C
rambutan2
13/3/2006
10:40
TORONTO and LONDON, March 13 /CNW/ - SouthernEra Diamonds Inc. (TSX: SDM, AIM: SRE) ("the Company") today reported on very encouraging diamond results from its extensive Tshikapa alluvial exploration program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). A total of 1,809 diamonds weighing 222.26 carats have been recovered from samples processed through SouthernEra's onsite diamond plant. The average recovered diamond grade was 0.67 carats per cubic meter with the highest diamond grade being 13 carats per cubic meter. An independent De Beers valuation of 213.69 carats has returned an average value of US$41.60 per carat. The largest diamond weighing 1.37 carats was valued at $730 per carat. SouthernEra controls a 34 kilometer stretch of Kasai River and 2 kilometers of the Tshikapa Riverwithin this rich diamond producing area of southwestern DRC. SouthernEra owns a 100% interest in four permits covering 80.35km2 and a 70 percent interest in a further four permits covering 77.73km2. In order to accelerate this diamond exploration program, SouthernEra is preparing to: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=14564564
rambutan2
09/3/2006
00:57
re drc, worth a read. after all, i look on sre as an investment in a prime piece of drc real estate... http://www.resourceinvestor.com/pebble.asp?relid=17636
rambutan2
21/2/2006
03:22
click on news at... http://www.kettleriver.com/ to gain access to canaccord report of 16/02/06 - says speculative buy and gives no price target. but good list of pros and cons.
rambutan2
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