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Tritax Big Box Reit Plc LSE:BBOX London Ordinary Share GB00BG49KP99 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.40 -2.02% 164.90 979,486 10:58:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
164.60 165.10 168.30 163.90 168.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 184.70 971.10 55.39 3.0 3,082
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:58:15 O 3,014 165.046 GBX

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Posted at 03/2/2023 08:20 by Tritax Big Box Reit Daily Update
Tritax Big Box Reit Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BBOX. The last closing price for Tritax Big Box Reit was 168.30p.
Tritax Big Box Reit Plc has a 4 week average price of 142.40p and a 12 week average price of 134p.
The 1 year high share price is 251.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 120.10p.
There are currently 1,868,826,992 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,516,572 shares. The market capitalisation of Tritax Big Box Reit Plc is £3,081,695,709.81.
Posted at 25/1/2023 23:05 by williamcooper104
BBOX (in a JV) just sold on a forward fund basis 83k to logicor in Dartford Looks to be about £300 psf Not a huge amount of cash coming to BBOX but could on validating values and shoes the development pipeline can be funded
Posted at 25/1/2023 19:56 by scruff1
Seems to me that all the stuff I have been gleaning from pundits, analysts and news snippets (as well as Mr Cooper) have been on the button and REITS especially BBOX have a recognized underlying value/strength. I wouldnt be surprised if they have a bit to run yet.
Posted at 11/1/2023 16:58 by yump
I've been hunting around for income stocks that also have a depressed share price which is not the result of structural decay. Got some recently just under 140p.

Hopefully this doesn't end up like INTU. At least BBOX have a following wind in general that increasing online sales require an increase in warehouses and distribution centres.

One threat (perhaps already mentioned here ?), might be that the retail parks and to some extent shopping centres (difficult physically) may morph into retail plus
distribution locations. I presume that is already happening. It would make sense if the footfall has dropped off.

Posted at 10/1/2023 18:46 by yump
Its not joined at the hip - there’s a weak elastic band connecting them.

The damage was done October and previously.

Isn’t the point that each time some gloom comes, the share price is not plummeting any more.

Posted at 10/1/2023 17:17 by scruff1
Not talking about their business connection. Its perception of fortunes. BBOX share price collapsed when Amazon first mentioned that it had overstretched itself during covid. Its done the same a couple of times since today being the latest, Kick Amazon and BBOX limps it seems
Posted at 10/1/2023 16:21 by igoe104
Amazon is less than 10% of bbox portfolio. Why is it so jointed at the hip ?
Posted at 10/1/2023 16:08 by scruff1
BBox does seem to be joined at the hip to Amazon
Posted at 16/12/2022 20:15 by scruff1
speedy
There have been quite a few similar reports over the last few months all giving reasons why logistics are well placed - esprcially the ones like BBOX with high quality facilities. I can only think that as its one of the highest profiles with a fairly large interest behind it then its also best placed to get the most flak. Its been the same since Amazon pulled back after lockdowns. You just know that when theres news like todays its gonna be one that gets the biggest pummelling. It is also capable of shooting up more than the rest on the good(well better -days). I get the feeling that its a bit of a coiled spring and when the mood changes (whenever that will be) it will have its BIG day. Bit of a waiting/hoping game at the mo. BBOX are not doing much wrong

Posted at 28/3/2022 19:23 by grahamburn
Sorry finance, though your comment regarding a yield on a lower current price is correct, it also confirms my previous post.

The yield is always determined by the current share price because it is based on the historic yield vis-a-vis the current value. This is indeed borne out by the financial page on advfn. However, it is a fallacy to pretend that your yield should be based on the capital originally invested because that capital, as of today, could be higher or lower.

In short, my comments are not delusional, because the value of your investment at the current share price is ultimately the only value there is available in the market. Indeed Skinny effectively confirms this in his post 1832 (ie the CURRENT yield is 2.75% and he/she might not buy more at the current price). However, the value of that investment now provides a significant uplift in the capital which he/she has. That value could, of course, be realised and invested in a higher yielding share but the growth potential may not justify switching.

Conversely, excessive historic yields which are occasioned by a dramatically falling share price are often a sign of corporate problems which may lead to an inability to sustain the dividend, so the investor may lose both income and capital.

Posted at 19/3/2020 22:48 by bagsforlife
@deanowls good question. Probably those most at risk are brick and mortar retailers, who I expect to see less physical footfall over the course of the pandemic.

Looking through their tenant lineup, I think you would include Next, Argos, B&Q, New Look, Dunelm, TK Maxx, Matalan and DSG Retail as those that are likely to be impacted. But I don't have a scoobies about how resilient any of those entities are to the current climate.

Without diving into the books, my only proxy for tenant's performance is the share price. Next shares are down about 40% since mid Feb. Kingfisher (parent co of B&Q) have moved by a very similar margin. Dunelm share price is looking a bit more volatile. They hit a big peak in mid-Feb too and are down about 53% if you take the high point. TJX down about a third since mid-Feb.

Counter argument would be that these retail shares are perhaps oversold. I'm not a retail expert. But I'm sure bad news for any of these tenants will flow through to the BBOX share price. Albeit there is a good level of tenant diversification in the portfolio.

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