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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
  -0.70p -1.08% 64.20p 63.90p 64.40p 65.40p 63.50p 65.40p 1,167,158 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 63.4 78.8 7.8 8.4 656.21

Sirius R E. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/6/2015
18:36
"Small investors own only a small portion of the company." Really that should be written as 'small investors each own only a small portion of the company' for obvious reasons. Bear in mind it's a capital raise for aquisition, as was the previous one. Together they diluted existing (excluded, non participating) shareholders by appx. 40%. Opportunity timing issues necessitated a quick placing I accept. But it would be nice to see an open offer for those left out. "Well I thing (sic) the acquisition and placing are good news." I don't disagree. "I don't really want more of these anyway." That's the point of an open offer - those who would like to subscribe can, those that don't can pass. The problem with private placings to 'favourites' is that those favourites start to wag the dog. As an aside, how many holders in nominee a/cs have been given the opportunity to participate in the scrip dividend? Anyone?
glavey
05/6/2015
09:56
Well I thing the acquisition and placing are good news. I don't really want more of these anyway. Looking them to deleverage and become a strong capital and income play which is what is happening. I'm now in profit which is good.
topvest
05/6/2015
08:12
Small investors own only a small portion of the company. Institutions such as SA Karoo and others own the majority,hence easier to let them absorb the placing. I agree not fair,but thats the real world. On the positive side,the Booard are delivering, and "gaining momentum",which should benefit all long term shareholders. Comparisons with bodged boards IERE and ALPH are in direct contract. Hope this sugars the bill, Regards, Steve
blackpoolsteve
05/6/2015
03:46
Second placing in circa 6 months with nothing generally available for existing shareholders. One is unfortunate, two seems like carelessness. The company should be working for all shareholders not just personal favourites. A small open offer for those who have not been given opportunity to participate is warranted and not that difficult. I don't find it savoury to expect existing holders to buy in the market to avoid dilution and thus hand a quick profit to placees.
glavey
22/5/2015
11:17
Good results. Increased dividend. lower borrowings. Keep some!
4spiel
15/2/2015
19:26
I bought in sterling,and this is converted from euros at the time you deal.Euro is a worry,but properties are in Germany and Institutions are on board;so with increased divi looks a reasonable growth play.
blackpoolsteve
15/2/2015
09:31
I'm interested in the currency angle. Do we buy these in Euros and as such is that at a 14% discount to 2 weeks ago? Are we expecting the EURO to rise or fall short term from here?
netcurtains
28/12/2014
21:25
Merry Christmas everybody, Does anyone have any idea how many institutions hold this company - percentage wise? I know of Kagoo (23%) F& C(reduced to under 3% I think), and Premiere A/M (8%) Annual Report doesnt appear to disclose? Cheers,Steve
blackpoolsteve
22/11/2014
13:34
I am trying to get a feel for the longer term dividend growth. Fnncap, their NOMAD,is forecasting 1.6p for 2014/15 and 1.8p for 2015/16 which equates to a prospective yield of 4.8%.
stevenlondon3
14/11/2014
17:34
Yes, all looking much better....about time. Still on quite a discount as well so not pricey!
topvest
14/11/2014
11:26
Interim dividend of .77 cents and NAV up 7% in the six months to 47.3c per share.
stevenlondon3
07/11/2014
12:19
Some large trades going through over the last couple of days.
stevenlondon3
17/6/2014
02:02
In the webcast CEO mentioned prospective yield is 4.2% at 33c. On occupancy, from the commentary in the results a lot of this is property with limited economic value unless refurbished. They are addressing this through disposals and the 9m Capex programme
ibarty
16/6/2014
21:15
Agree with above positive comments. It appears that a lot of Institutional buying today,only disappointment is the the occupancy rate of 75% Overall very encouraging with restored dividends
blackpoolsteve
16/6/2014
20:01
Yes, all looks much more encouraging. With 2.7c earnings and a 65% pay out ratio we could be looking at a 1.8c payout next year. A 5% prospective yield?
topvest
16/6/2014
09:09
Dividends restored FinnCap appointed joint broker. Interesting!
stephanie_m
16/6/2014
08:49
Listen: Andrew Coombs, CEO, Sirius Real Estate (SRE) Full year results to 31 March 2014 Click the link below to listen http://www.brrmedia.co.uk/event/124048
sammy_smith
16/6/2014
07:52
they even have a webcast uploaded as well. Does seem quite attractive play to me http://www.brrmedia.co.uk/event/124048/andrew-coombs-chief-executive-officer
ibarty
16/6/2014
00:05
Results in the morning. Interesting!
stephanie_m
10/4/2014
09:35
Agree. Compared with other dogs such as ALPH,which is ramped a lot,but NAV declines regularly ;it is much more encouraging. Long term prospects for capital growth look ok,with big discount to assets. Only downside is the euro,but at least its in Germany and not in the PIGS
blackpoolsteve
09/4/2014
21:17
All looking more positive here at last.
topvest
09/4/2014
15:29
LISTEN: Sirius Real Estate (SRE) - Trading update Click here to listen http://www.brrmedia.co.uk/event/122916/andrew-coombs-chief-executive-officer
sammy_smith
26/3/2014
16:30
LISTEN: Sirius Real Estate (SRE) - Financing and corporate update Click the link to listen http://www.brrmedia.co.uk/event/122696/
sammy_smith
06/12/2013
10:21
Your not alone Weiss have ditched their holding seemingly on the news. http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2013/article/60291548
praipus
06/12/2013
00:48
Yes, I agree topvest. I started reading the equity raising RNS and thought "oh good" when it mentioned, additional equity would be offered to existing holders but then hopes dashed when I realised it was only for the big boys. I routinely vote my shares in all my holdings against any "disapply pre-emptive rights" AGM resolutions - not that it makes any difference!
jeff h
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