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
  5.50 1.12% 497.50 497.00 499.00 505.00 492.00 493.00 228,036 16:29:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 433.0 72.4 27.1 18.4 1,106

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/12/2007
16:07
For me, too many people look at the property sector as a whole and put them all under that bracket,without taking the time to dig a little bit deaper. Time will tell.
mistertibbs
20/12/2007
14:57
I think the seeds have been sown of another credit boom. Inadvertently the Government and the BoE have lowered interest rates too much - trying to keep the economy going. There'll now be inflation and a massive credit squeeze in 2009
sandbank
18/12/2007
11:52
hi bilsby smp are about 85% geared. They say that they have the funds in place for the next year at a similar interest rate to usual so for now it is business as usual. i did not see this share price drop coming as it is a well run business that redevelops brownfield sites. surely there will always be a market for that in this day and age. the shares are a bargain, but i have no cash left as there are some other bargains out there of a similar nature, imho. sit tight and don't worry is what i am trying to do.
pame100
17/12/2007
17:34
What's up with St Modwen recently. In the last 6 months the share price has dived from over £7.00 to almost half that! It is true that general market sentiment has not been great recently with the sub-prime debt crisis, however SMP seems to have dropped way in excess of the general market average and even worst sector average every time. Today it's dived another 9.5% whereas the general market has only suffered 1.9% drop and even the worst sector only a 4.5% drop. All this seems odd given the results where on track as usual, predicted growth is also as expected. Is SMP heavily exposed to areas of the market being squeezed by the credit crunch? Or is SMP being targeted? Anyone any ideas.
bilsby
10/12/2007
14:41
Longbridge in the news today. Seems to be progressing well.
mrbt
11/10/2007
13:06
Nice write up about Anthony Glossop and St Modwen in Mail today
mrbt
27/9/2007
14:03
Nav is £4.40 according to St Modwen so not to far above nav I think you would be risking it short this one - especially now the banks are being sorted out, and SP's on the rise.
tiger20
24/9/2007
16:37
I should have listened to my own advice. However it remains a short as it is still trading way over nav
hybrasil
24/7/2007
11:00
"The Board of St Modwen has noted with regret today's decision by the London Borough of Southwark ("Southwark") to select Lend Lease rather than Key Property Investments ("KPI") as its preferred development partner for the Elephant and Castle project" See news above
macs
18/7/2007
18:16
Hybrasil - You have to dig a little deeper into SMP to realise the NAV is a little misleading. They have projects that take years to come to fruition and provide a steady stream of consistent gains. The developments they are working on now would have been hatched a few years ago and they will book the gains for the next few years. They do win some massive regeneration contracts as well such as the one with BP and Medway council. I have previously shorted SMP and took a bit of a bath on it before I understood why it never used to fall in line with the rest of the sector. Ive been shorting HLCL instead recently and thats a better bet to fall sharply than SMP imo.
nickcduk
18/7/2007
17:36
Go for short... But BEWARE Govt.. development contracts.. ;-/.
officerdigby
18/7/2007
08:19
In my book this is a massive short. Why should it be trading at 2xnav almost when the sector is back to its traditional discount?
hybrasil
09/7/2007
22:19
Nice results today. Simply not enough for the market it seems.
mistertibbs
04/7/2007
13:27
Doubt you will see 7 pounds anytime soon. Have you not seen the carnage in the sector? BLND is trading on a 20%+ discount to NAV. Remind me what kind of discount SMP is on again will you?
nickcduk
04/7/2007
13:19
looks more promising again, are we on our way back to £7.
mrbt
21/6/2007
07:27
JEANAI: Panmure Gordon expects full-year pre-tax profits of £46.5m, EPS of 28.6p and a year-end net asset value (NAV) of 269p. Market value: £569m Dividend yield: 1.7% Trading props: £113m Premium to NAV: 103% Net debt: 74% Investment properties: £374m Half-year Net asset Pre-tax Earnings per Dividend per to 31 May value (p) profit (£m) share (p) share (p) 2004 195 22.1 12.9 2.5 2005 233 22.8 13.0 2.9 % change +19 +3 - +16 This temporary mark-down is a great buying opportunity IMHO.
sandbank
08/6/2007
12:57
The whole sector has been hammered. SMP is trading on the highest premium to NAV and is still up for the year. Most in the sector are down about 15% and trade on discounts upto 30%. Something had to give and it was SMP premium in this case.
nickcduk
08/6/2007
12:54
What on earth is happening? Shares have crashed. Forecast has earnings down by 2/3rds! Anybody know what's going on?
jeanal
03/6/2007
12:30
and back up again - was this a classic tree shake by the market makers?
johnthespacer
30/5/2007
15:13
whats up today down over 3%
johnthespacer
13/4/2007
06:51
will the sale of norhern racing for £2.00 have any more impact today. Was it speculation of a higher price that took us over 700.
mrbt
10/4/2007
06:51
divi quoted at 21p on companyav.com ?????????????
hijeff
07/4/2007
02:06
Ex Div 13th April Pay date 4th May - 6.8P
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