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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 104.75 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
104.50 105.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 32.76 9.80 10.7 698
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 104.75 GBX

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2020-10-19 16:25:07104.5058,06460,676.88O
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2020-10-19 16:07:02104.7510,00010,475.00O
2020-10-19 16:03:39104.47470491.03O
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Supermarket Income Reit Daily Update: Supermarket Income Reit Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SUPR. The last closing price for Supermarket Income Reit was 104.75p.
Supermarket Income Reit Plc has a 4 week average price of 104.50p and a 12 week average price of 104.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 112.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 89.75p.
There are currently 665,928,154 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,498,153 shares. The market capitalisation of Supermarket Income Reit Plc is £697,559,741.32.
adamb1978: Hello Does anyone have a list of pure play student housing REITs or similar vehicles? I knw of UNite, DIGS and ESP. I'm trying to add a few hard asset REITs to my pension given the lack of sensible fixed income opps. I own SUPR and SHED, am avoiding areas of commercial real estate and non-student residential, and have the swathe of environmental related REITs on the 'to look through' list. Many thanks Adam
janeann: well have mine in AJB; all I asked for and a newcomer to Supr. Beats paying dealing charges!!
chucko1: 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.
jonwig: 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).
brexitplus: 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.
williamcooper104: It's naturally normally a warning sign - but there's less reason for concern here IFRS doesn't capture the income performance of REITs, AFFO/FIFO - used in the US better reflect cash/income performance PHP didn't cover their divi for years, it had long leases with escalators, so it was confident that its rental income would grow into its divi yield - which it did. SUPR similarly has long leases with inflation and/or fixed uplifts It's also been constantly raising capital and buying assets - so there can easily be a time lag between having cash and investing in assets
brexitplus: I wondered if this might happen. It’s great to see the shares in great demand. SUPR is ex-div, payment date 16 Oct so no incentive to buy at present.
bathcoup: For clarity the JV (with British Airways Pension Trustees Limited) has 25.5% stake in the Portfolio consisting of 26 Sainsbury's supermarkets. The JV is 50:50, so SUPR holds 12.75% share in the Portfolio for £51m. In other words, the NAV of the Portfolio was £400m. All from below: hxxps://
jonwig: Thanks asm. The Questor article begins with general quotes from Justin King (who is an advisor to the company) which are in the AR, and ends with: The trust has recently added Waitrose to its original tenant roster of Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons, and continues to focus on stores that are able to meet both online and in-person demand. The fund has grown quickly in the past year: the value of its portfolio was £477m at its year end in June, compared with £231m a year previously, and since then it has announced plans to raise more money from shareholders to buy more assets. Private investors can take part via the PrimaryBid platform. Not only are its tenants financially solid but they are tied into long-term leases that involve “upward-only” inflation-linked rent increases. As a result of this, and of the trust’s 100pc record of rent collection during the pandemic, it intends to increase this year’s dividend in line with inflation (on the RPI measure, normally more generous than the CPI) to 5.86p from 5.8p in the year to June. At last night’s share price of 109p the new divi would give a yield of 5.3pc while the premium to net asset value is 7.9pc. Such a high yield, based on a secure and rising income stream, appears strikingly attractive to Questor when Bank Rate is 0.1pc. A strong hold. Questor says: hold Ticker: SUPR Share price at close: 109p
perfect choice: And another acquisition this time a Tesco omnichannel store. That link to the KID document didn't work for me and if you go directly to the company site, you'll find the 2019 version. Requires some announcement/site update coordination SUPR! RNS Number : 8182Y Supermarket Income REIT PLC 14 September 2020 SUPERMARKET INCOME REIT (the "Company") LEI: 2138007FOINJKAM7L537 acquisition of a tesco supermarket and Updated Key Information Document ("KID") Supermarket Income REIT (LSE: SUPR), the real estate investment trust providing secure, inflation-protected, long income from grocery property in the UK, announces the acquisition of a Tesco supermarket in Bracknell from a client of CBRE Global Investors for GBP39.5 million (excluding acquisition costs), reflecting a net initial yield of 5.7%. Developed in the early 1990's, Tesco has a long history of trading from this prominent 7.3-acre site which comprises a purpose-built food store and a 400-space surface car park. The store has several purpose-built online distribution docks, supporting Tesco's online grocery business across the region. The asset is being acquired with an unexpired lease term of 10 years with annual, upward only, RPI-linked rent reviews (subject to a 4% cap and 0% floor). The acquisition will be financed via a GBP40 million increase of the GBP100 million RCF facility provided by HSBC. The increase will be priced at a 1.75% margin over 3-month Libor. The Company has also published an updated Key Information Document ("KID") in accordance with the requirements of the Packaged Retail and Insurance-based Investment Products ("PRIIPs") Regulation. The KID provides key information about the Company as an investment product. It is not marketing material. The KID contains information about the Company in a prescribed format and should be considered alongside the Company's statutory filings, such as the Annual Report, which can also be found on the website. The full KID is available to view and download on the Company's website at: hxxps:// Ben Green Director of Atrato Capital, the Investment Adviser to Supermarket Income REIT, said: "This omnichannel Tesco supermarket is an excellent addition to our portfolio. The store is situated in a prime location and is an important online grocery fulfilment hub, supporting both home delivery and click and collect."
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