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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Supermarket Income Reit Plc LSE:SUPR London Ordinary Share GB00BF345X11 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.43% 116.50 116.00 117.00 117.25 116.50 117.25 4,402,376 14:26:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 0.0 82.0 12.6 9.2 945

Supermarket Income Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/3/2021
09:19
same here!
jaf111
19/3/2021
09:16
Got my full allocation, email just through.
spectoacc
19/3/2021
07:27
Interesting to know if there was any scaling back at PB if anyone would like to update us on that front?
cwa1
19/3/2021
07:22
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"
pdt
18/3/2021
14:51
Using PB for iSAs would be difficult, as they want an upfront debit card payment, but you can only buy shares in an ISA if you have already funds in the ISA to pay for them. PB, naturally, want to know that you have the funds by getting payment upfront.
jonwig
18/3/2021
14:11
I believe PB is limited to direct applications and cannot be used by SIPPs or ISAs. The £8M is a regulator set limit, so scaling back is far more likely there IMO.
bscuit
18/3/2021
13:58
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 :-)
cwa1
18/3/2021
13:45
£150mn now - on a new and "unusual" platform is impressive. (assuming they have the first idea what they have bought - maybe it was the internet angle!!). I hope they are not looking for the share price to double.
chucko1
18/3/2021
12:52
Offer extended for a couple more hours.
ec2
18/3/2021
10:36
Just applied via Primary Bid before the offer closes at 11am today. Left it right down to the wire before making my decision. Recent positive press comments on the stock would suggest scaling back so upped my subscription to take account.
ec2
18/3/2021
09:09
I don’t seem able to buy these with Barclays Stockbrokers. Very odd? Bought fine through Halifax iWeb though.
wilwak
14/3/2021
08:51
Given a tip in today's Daily Mail; hTTps://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-9358311/MIDAS-SHARE-TIPS-Supermarket-Income-Reit-boost.html
pdt
09/3/2021
22:00
I am doing it through my AJB SIPP and have spoken to Stifel to get a name and a phone number to give to AJB, who I am sure will have other applicants. There is a £100 charge.
bscuit
09/3/2021
16:11
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.
rik shaw
09/3/2021
14:52
Afternoon All Taken my eye off the ball a bit for various reasons... Have any intermediaries been announced for the SUPR issue? I see that it is being carried by PrimaryBid but, as yet, EQI, etc, don't seem to be offering it. Anyone know what the state of play is currently? Cheers
cwa1
06/3/2021
13:54
IMO they should be running with much higher leverage, around 50% LTV, as they have good visibility of rents and good occupier covenants. but the investment manager is incentivised to raise as much equity as possible, as their fee is based on NAV.
m_kerr
04/3/2021
18:02
There's a lot of gated funds selling their better assets at moment
williamcooper104
04/3/2021
17:44
They do not need to raise equity as they have loads of headroom in terms of borrowing capacity. But yes, they have indicated they love assets at the current levels as needy sellers still sell. Speed is of the essence as the universe of possible investments for them is small and they need to grab any and all of them when within their investment criteria. Equity markets still buoyant and the rule is to use liquidity when it is there, and not to go for the best price. I had though they might raise further equity after a reval of the portfolio taking the share price along with it. Especially with the current very low LTV. We will see how much they buy in the coming weeks, but the current pace is rapid.
chucko1
04/3/2021
16:58
The prospectus has four pipeline targets totalling £230m. Plus a further nine potential targets.
kinbasket
04/3/2021
16:00
I think it's that - always easier to raise debt than equity so raise equity while the equity markets are open Doubt they are doing it without a pipeline to fund
williamcooper104
04/3/2021
15:46
In #361 I doubted they would raise equity so soon. Obviously wrong call. But it prompts me to ask whether they made a good decision. The most simplistic deduction is that they are taking cynical advantage of the premium and the opportunity to raise equity. The market reaction was - as always - to shrink the share price gap. In the longer term maybe the premium gap will not widen so much so making an equity issue less easy to negotiate, and this showing up in a permanently reduced nav premium and share price drag. The PB offer is provisionally open until 18/03 so plenty of time to watch the share price and decide.
jonwig
04/3/2021
13:36
AJB are very good at that. Others don't offer the service
apollocreed1
04/3/2021
09:42
On a previous placing I got in touch with Stifel directly and arranged for AJB to contact them directly to take up the placing. I was applying for about £20k. Though I am HNW I don’t recollect the point being material.
bscuit
04/3/2021
08:37
Thanks CWA1
adamb1978
04/3/2021
08:36
Depends if your broker is one of the intermediaries for the offer. EQI usually are and it is easy just to apply directly through them. Others will be offering it too most likely
cwa1
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