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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
  -2.50 -0.79% 314.00 313.50 314.50 314.50 312.00 314.50 49,785 13:56:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 429.9 58.9 22.8 13.8 698

St.modwen Properties Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/9/2015
11:06
usually on 1st of Oct. This share can move very quickly at certain times but, as with most shares at present, it seems to be following market forces as opposed to the bullish nature of the half year figures.
peaeff
29/9/2015
10:51
When exactly is the IMS?
deadly
29/9/2015
10:32
For IC's growth tip of the year, this will have to bounce a lot to justify it.
deadly
28/9/2015
11:15
If the IMS is good this week, and there's no known reason why it shouldn't be, I'm sure you'll be glad you have. GLA
peaeff
25/9/2015
16:41
High volume today. I've probably bought too many over the last week but I'm looking to keep them long term.
solomon
22/9/2015
11:07
Solomon - I am also tempted at these levels. Now 2 weeks to news.SMP share price has been struggling of late but so have many others in this market. However, this has to be a decent med-long term opportunity.This is IC's growth tip of the year.
bluerunner
15/9/2015
15:19
3 weeks to the Interim Management Statement, low volume, falling share price To me this says have some readies ready.
solomon
01/9/2015
09:16
Very pleasing start to the week especially in light of the FTSE today. Almost tempted to take a quick profit but will ride the wave for now. GLA
peaeff
01/9/2015
08:11
JP Morgan Cazenove St Modwen Properties PLC 01/09/2015 Upgrades Neutral Overweight 2 510.00 530.00 446.60 20 2
broadwood
25/8/2015
08:38
Peaeff Good call. red
redartbmud
25/8/2015
08:30
I have reinvested half at 436p just in case they take a giant leap when I'm not at the computer. Fingers crossed for the next few days.
peaeff
24/8/2015
14:53
Agreed.I held but I'll also be adding when markets settle. I'm in for the long haul as I see long term benefits here.I'm 50% in cash at present as have been waiting for a few bargains to spring up.No rush at the moment though.
bluerunner
24/8/2015
14:25
I consider myself extremely fortunate to have sold when I did and it was purely because I had set a target of 490p and stuck to it. Will let the markets settle before rushing back in. This has become an even better opportunity at these prices and I'm sure there will be a nice bit of profit in it if it returns to previous levels or above. IMS due early October and there seems no reason why it should contain anything derogatory. regards
peaeff
21/8/2015
14:55
There is no doubt that there is a market correction. It's been going on for weeks and is affecting many stocks.Yesterday, SMP dropped about 2% more than the market did. This happened on a day when the government's green belt plans were mooted. Other brownfield developers also dropped on the same day - INL and GLE.Draw your own conclusions.
bluerunner
21/8/2015
14:44
cfro (CHUM) I suppose we all get a bit disappointed when our investments head south instead of north but it seams you are more disappointed that someone else has played it right on this occasion. I have certain ways of investing, as I have no doubt you have, you hope to get it right most of the time but...... Not back in yet but hope to be soon when markets steady. Regards 'MATEY BOY'
peaeff
21/8/2015
14:36
I just meant that you can't ignore macro-economic issues. It is less likely IMHO that the current modest correction in SMP's share price after a pretty good run is to do with 'green belt development' rather than worries about 'Grexit', low Eurozone growth, Chinese growth stalling, impending rises in interest rates at some point etc etc. Other than 'special situations', most of my portfolio has been red for the past few days, particularly those stocks which have had good gains. Can't buck the market.
jeffian
21/8/2015
12:13
Partly right also means partly wrong though, doesn't it?He picked up on a specific point of mine. However, the chart he's posted hardly shows the index and SMP lines correlating in the way that oilers have correlated with the OP.The decline yesterday had much more to do with sector specific news as I previously stated.Broader declines like today's may be more in line with general sell-off. The general markets have also been in decline for a few weeks - not so SMP.Anyway, I'm holding here long term and potentially adding on drops.
bluerunner
21/8/2015
11:52
I dont think the general market turbulence has helped bluerunner, so jeffian is atleast partly right.
cfro
21/8/2015
10:58
Err ... Yesterday's 3.5% drop was on sector specific news. Did the market drop by 3.5% yesterday?
bluerunner
21/8/2015
10:34
"I think the pullback was due to the embryonic government plans for green belt development." Errr....or it could be because of the recent market-wide correction!
jeffian
21/8/2015
10:26
I think the pullback was due to the embryonic government plans for green belt development. Brownfield planners got hit. However, i think it's a short term blip only. Even allowing for green belt there is still a huge need.
bluerunner
21/8/2015
09:25
A little annoying that the share price has pulled back from the breakout. Atleast matey boy from earlier has got his target price of 470p. ;-)
cfro
20/8/2015
10:51
There should be a trading update here in about 6 weeks time - early October. It's likely to be positive and with, seasonality drags out of the way, may be the spark that ignites a sharper re-rating.
bluerunner
18/8/2015
22:36
Which it did cfro :o)
interceptor2
18/8/2015
13:47
Yes a fresh breakout providing it holds into the close.
cfro
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