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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
St.modwen Properties Plc LSE:SMP London Ordinary Share GB0007291015 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  11.50 3.63% 328.50 326.00 327.00 327.50 311.50 311.50 211,923 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 429.9 58.9 22.8 14.4 731

St.modwen Properties Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/3/2014
07:42
Just the one glass then.
broadwood
28/3/2014
07:40
Agreed. Onwards and upwards. Off to the AGM later.
redartbmud
28/3/2014
07:05
Happy enough. Following a strong set of full year results, we are already enjoying a good start to the year. This has been further supported by our successful convertible bond offering, which demonstrates a growing confidence amongst our existing and new investors. "As the year progresses, we expect the ongoing improvement in the residential and commercial markets to continue. And, having further strengthened our balance sheet, we are very well placed to drive further growth of the business, using our considerable in-house expertise to bring forward high-quality development land, both for sale and for development ourselves. "We remain firmly focused on generating value for our shareholders through our multi-faceted regeneration activities and active approach to asset management
broadwood
19/2/2014
08:46
my target has come quicker than I imagined so I've taken profits. GLA regards
peaeff
08/2/2014
12:27
Thousands of private investors would love to be in a company with a chart like the one at the top of this thread. UT trade at the end of the day yesterday indicates a good start for Monday.
solomon
08/2/2014
11:08
The results were very good and coupled with the latest reports on the housing market, at last, it seems to have been recognised. However we have been here a couple of weeks ago and it remains to be seen if we can break away from the 400p mark next week. I am very bullish about this and would like to see a steady rise to around the 425p mark in the next month or so. regards
peaeff
04/2/2014
20:51
Yes, all looks very good. Still a quality company.
topvest
04/2/2014
07:56
I too am V happy with those results!
redartbmud
04/2/2014
07:07
V happy with those results.
broadwood
21/1/2014
12:17
Why people pay 404.3 when price is 394.5 ??
jaws6
18/12/2013
21:06
red No prob.Nice to know dates.I will post dates if I get it. I have seen 400 p buy note last week ,I hold SMP in isa so happy if we get 400 p.
jaws6
18/12/2013
20:25
jaws You are correct about 20th. No update is due then. I normally pick up my forward dates from Investegate. It is not foolproof, but is as reliable as any other source, and more so than many others. In this case, either I have made a mistake, or they have corrected their information since i first read it. As Smp is one of my longest held stocks, I just tend to let it run without too much close attention. i hold the company in very high regard. I was away for a couple of days in the early part of that week, and missed the announcement as a consequence of being exceptionally busy. Sorry if I have caused any confusion. red
redartbmud
18/12/2013
19:51
thanks for 346 answer ,will check tomorrow. I think update was on 4/12-- hxxp://www.stmodwen.co.uk/media-centre/news/view/trading-update--two-major-transactions-conclude-year-of-high-performance
jaws6
12/12/2013
16:50
Trading update 20 December. red
redartbmud
12/12/2013
13:04
lovely looking chart but a poor dividend yield although maybe not so relevant.
arja
11/12/2013
09:13
any idea on next result date ? can not find on co page.Thanks.
jaws6
06/12/2013
16:43
Another good week. Highest close since 2008. Not a lot of volume but I can't see much to stop the upward pressure.
solomon
05/12/2013
10:24
seen 400 plus p broker target
jaws6
04/12/2013
15:51
- St. Modwen Properties expects its ongoing asset management and added value actions to be reflected positively in the FY valuations, and said that its pretax profit is likely to be substantially ahead. "Against the backdrop of an improving market and strengthening economy, initial indications point to positive market valuation movement for the year compared with 2012," the company said. "None of St. Modwen's existing corporate or joint venture debt facilities required renewal before November 2014 and cashflows including debt performance was good. Outlook for profit before all tax for the year was therefore likely to be substantially ahead of previous management expectations." St. Modwen has also completed significant transactions on two of its major projects since its interim management statement, providing further evidence of the growing confidence in the commercial property market. Separately, St. Modwen said it had signed a new 45-year lease on a 150,000 sq ft flagship M&S store, which would be one of the largest in the UK for the national retailer. The new store will anchor the second phase of the new Longbridge Town Centre for which St. Modwen will shortly submit a revised planning application -
broadwood
04/12/2013
08:48
well done skinny
tiger20
04/12/2013
07:09
Trading Update St. Modwen secures 150,000 sq ft pre let to M&S
skinny
04/12/2013
07:06
I like the look of this. Outlook for profit before all tax for the year is therefore likely to be substantially ahead of previous management expectations
broadwood
02/12/2013
19:44
I thought it weathered the withdrawal of the subsidy pretty well. Doubled the kitty on this one.
broadwood
02/12/2013
19:16
Disposal with good margin is positive news but link with Persimon May have tempered the market reaction.
solomon
02/12/2013
07:35
Disposal ST. MODWEN JOINT VENTURE SELLS ELEPHANT & CASTLE Shopping centre FOR £80M TO DELANCEY AND APG Key Property Investments ("KPI"), a 50/50 joint venture between St. Modwen (LSE:SMP), the UK's leading regeneration specialist, and Salhia Real Estate Company K.S.C ("Salhia"), today announces that it has completed the sale of the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre to Delancey and APG for £80m in cash. The sale price reflects a yield of 4.25% and is significantly above the asset's current book value.
skinny
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