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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
  1.00 0.83% 121.00 120.50 121.50 121.00 119.75 119.75 1,092,237 16:22:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 0.0 32.8 9.8 12.3 981

Supermarket Income Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/10/2020
15:19
Full allocation received!
rat attack
09/10/2020
14:39
Now in EQI, full allocation
cwa1
09/10/2020
13:41
HL still not sorted it out
williamcooper104
09/10/2020
13:16
AJB - across 3 accounts for approx 50k and got all applied for
bscuit
09/10/2020
12:10
Will be interesting to see which broker is last to sort it out. My money is on iWeb or Barclays to be the laggards...
cwa1
09/10/2020
11:59
My allocation (with AJB) has now been incorporated into my current holding so looks like the platforms are working through this now, keep checking your account.
perfect choice
09/10/2020
11:41
I was a bit confused as no RNS about admission of shares, which I would expect, unless you know different.
brexitplus
09/10/2020
10:56
Admission taken place, but scaling back isn’t publicly announced as advised by Atrato, who advise breakdown is carried out by platforms in liaison with SUPR’s broker, so AJB and HL and others will presumably be doing it today.
bscuit
09/10/2020
08:46
Have the new shares been admitted. No sign in RNS or HL.
brexitplus
08/10/2020
22:40
Ditto, but MW believed most got their applications.
bscuit
08/10/2020
21:15
I've still not heard from HL - have the assured stock line in my account
williamcooper104
08/10/2020
18:17
Yes through PrimaryBid. I had the email from them saying I had got what I applied for yesterday. Shares should arrive anytime from tomorrow I believe.
bountyhunter
08/10/2020
13:16
bh, if you don't mind me asking, was yours through PrimaryBid too? Nothing from EQI yet.
cwa1
08/10/2020
12:48
Up a tad, selling at 104.74 now. Might dip back to closer to 104 initially tomorrow when some of the placing shares hit the market? A hold for the patient imho. My target is 115.
bountyhunter
08/10/2020
12:46
Got all mine too II, but not a large application.
bountyhunter
08/10/2020
08:11
104.6/105.0 To be expected given the placing. Should gradually rise from here back to where we were I agree. A very generous yield when compared to bank accounts and the need for food and therefore for commercial premises for the big supermarkets is not to go going away, be it traditional shopping or via online distribution centres.
bountyhunter
07/10/2020
15:19
104p was a great entry point for a new investor and also interesting for existing investors to up their exposure. I suspect they (SUPR) will have taken into account the general volatile backdrop (although much less so in the key industries REIT sector), and so this was priced to go under any reasonable scenario. Worth noting that Steve Windsor is an ex-GS marketer who would be entirely au fait with such capital markets issues - absent of a return to volatile markets in the coming days and weeks, this stock has good chances of steadily ascending once again to a price close to the previous price of around 109p (dividend adjusted). I see the "excess" subscription sales being sold and bought with little drama.
chucko1
07/10/2020
13:02
I got all the shares I applied for through PrimaryBid, so seems most applications satisfied in full
income investor
07/10/2020
09:55
Given terms of RNS applications up to highest director subscription level must surely being met in full. There was no stagging prospect as the price was never going to rocket away.
bscuit
07/10/2020
09:21
CWA - yes, that's always a temptation. "I want 5,000 so I'll apply for 20,000 and sell the rest." Maybe that's what's happening, but the short-term profit is evaporating. I applied for only what I wanted, and it was a small amount. I guess I'll get full allocation.
jonwig
07/10/2020
08:59
Just heard that somebody that applied through PrimaryBid got their full allocation. Think there will be a short period of indigestion as those who applied to stag the issue sell out. After that I think it is an excellent medium to long term investment and will be happy if I get the full allocation even though I scaled it up a bit initially.
cwa1
07/10/2020
08:51
Jonwig, Agreed. I just think it was a little low. Interesting to see what the scaleback is. If large the issue price will have been too low I believe. Institutions certainly got a bargain.
brexitplus
07/10/2020
08:22
brexitplus - companies usually sound out their larger shareholders before pricing an issue. There's a certain amount of shadow boxing in that the company would like a higher price, the shareholders a lower one. The issue price has to sit between the NAV and the current share price, and needs also to account for selling on the news, as happened here (drop from 111 to 105).
jonwig
07/10/2020
08:18
Nice to see four directors have also bought
return_of_the_apeman
07/10/2020
07:57
Which begs the question “Why weren’t the shares priced higher?” Not that I am complaining but the issue price appears to have led to the share price drop.
brexitplus
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