Supermarket Income Reit Investors - SUPR

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Supermarket Income Reit Plc SUPR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.25 0.21% 120.50 16:35:14
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
120.25 120.25 120.25 120.50 120.25
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Industry Sector
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS

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DateSubject
27/7/2021
11:00
chucko1: Well bid again. Investors will see still value in this if they compare with other strong asset-backed like Warehouses.
15/7/2021
12:57
williamcooper104: Unfortunately as a European MiFIDed retail investor you can't buy it (where's Brexit when you need it :) - but you can buy calls and then have those assigned at expiry
02/6/2021
14:41
chucko1: re: 449. I agree, but it's worth also considering the risk that interest rates rise in the long term and inflation does not. Unlikely? Until 1992, the average yield of the UST30yr over inflation was 300bps, so think 3% inflation and 6% long yields. Where is it now? - UST30yr at 2.28% and CPI has averaged 2% or so the past 20 years. So around one quarter of a percent. That would be a highly destructive trend, were it recur, but at least SUPR protects you with a huge spread over Gilt linkers and, absent inflation consistently beyond 4%, would remain highly beneficial to income seeking investors.
02/6/2021
13:31
chucko1: I think Liberum are not only correct, but this value has existed for well over a year now. The very long duration of the portfolio means that a lower risk premium (discount rate) will lead to a notable revaluation at some stage. That will focus minds. It's hardly leaping higher unlike some of the sheds, but the rise is remorseless and non-volatile. So, with the recovery in a large number of REITs well established, this is my largest holding. That said, look at the recent performance of US REITs - equivalent yields (as a spread over government bonds) leaves plenty of room for further increases for their UK cousins, even if you take into account the smaller size and less evangelical investor base.
19/3/2021
07:22
pdt: Strong demand here; "the Board determined to increase the size of the Issue from GBP100 million to GBP150 million. Notwithstanding this increase, investor demand substantially exceeded the maximum size of the Issue and, accordingly, a scaling back exercise was undertaken"
18/3/2021
13:58
cwa1: There is a minimum subscription of GBP1,000 per investor under the terms of the PrimaryBid Offer which is open to private investors who are either professionally advised or financially sophisticated. The Company reserves the right to scale back any order at its absolute discretion. The Company and PrimaryBid each also reserve the right to reject any application for subscription under the PrimaryBid Offer without giving any reason for such rejection. Aggregate demand under the PrimaryBid Offer will be limited to EUR 8m (or the equivalent), as is legally required. So not a huge amount went through PB. Tho' if the punters expect it to double by close of play tomorrow they may be in for a bit of a surprise :-)
09/3/2021
16:11
rik shaw: As its a Placing rather than an Open Offer and it's being offered to retail investors through PrimaryBid I guess it may not be available direct through the likes of EQI, HL etc.
18/2/2021
11:37
williamcooper104: Probably will be - hope there is - likely to be at a discount to share price and small premium to NAV. So long as we can invest at the discounted price as could last time then I'm fine with it Getting market cap to over £1bn will help liquidity/institutional investors, and further drive down equity cost
18/2/2021
09:53
williamcooper104: Yep - most U.K. investment trust investors don't realise that trading at a premium to NAV is often a good thing as means there's a cost of capital advantage
24/1/2021
20:22
sharesoc: We are hosting a webinar with SUPR on Tuesday which may be of interest to shareholders or potential investors: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-webinar-with-supermarket-income-reit-supr-26-january-2021/
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