Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
UK Commerical Property Trust LSE:UKCM London Ordinary Share GB00B19Z2J52 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.90p -1.00% 89.10p 1,500,331 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
88.90p 89.10p 89.20p 88.60p 89.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 69.83 135.17 10.12 8.8 1,157.8

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UK Commerical Property Daily Update: UK Commerical Property Trust is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UKCM. The last closing price for UK Commerical Property was 90p.
UK Commerical Property Trust has a 4 week average price of 86.70p and a 12 week average price of 85.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 92.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 85.55p.
There are currently 1,299,412,465 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,149,912 shares. The market capitalisation of UK Commerical Property Trust is £1,157,776,506.32.
schofip: I may be wrong but the above post sounds like a pump and dump of an unimpressive looking company share price heading in one direction.
christh: UK Comm Prop Tst Ltd Directors Dealings Date : 29/08/2014 @ 07:01 Source : UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Stock : UK Comm Prop (UKCM) Quote : 81.0 0.0 (0.00%) @ 05:00 HOME » LSE » LSE » UK Comm Prop share price To: Company Announcements Date: 29th August 2014 Company: UK Commercial Property Trust Limited Subject: Directors Dealings Pursuant to Listing Rule DTR 3.1.2R, UK Commercial Property Trust Limited announces that the following beneficial holding of ordinary shares was acquired by Mr Kenneth McCullagh, a Director of the Company, on 28th August 2014. 40,000 ordinary shares at 80.5p representing 0.0031% of the Company's issued share capital. Mr Kenneth McCullagh is the beneficial holder of a total of 40,000 ordinary shares representing 0.0031% of the Company's issued share capital. All enquiries: The Company Secretary Northern Trust International Fund Administration Services (Guernsey) Limited PO Box 255 Trafalgar Court Les Banques St Peter Port Guernsey GY1 3QL Tel : 01481 745324 Fax : 01481 745085
redsonning: Correct Eezy. The NAV numbers are very good indeed. UKCM has simply been later than others in reviewing the dividend, primarily because it has had such a hugely strong balance sheet. In my opinion this has noticeably been holding back the share price, compared with those such as FCRE, SREI and PCTN who have all reviewed dividends downwards, following which their shares have risen as a result of the better financial balance. UKCM is now of course even stronger than it was before the dividend reduction and the reduction in management fee which they have negotiated. The rise in NAV, together with today's weakness in the share price leaves UKCM with a very small premium to net assets compared with it's peers. Despite Skyship's love of buying 100p for less than 90p (which I love too by the way!) I suspect the underlying financial strength of UKCM will continue to support the shares.
skyship: wskill - sorry been bearish of ALPH since they were in their 30s; as you will see if you look through the ALPH & CP+ thread posts since 2011. The asset manager buying is not necessarily a bullish indicator - Paul Cable has been a regular buyer all the way down - poor sod! They may well have their day in the sun again, at least vis-a-vis the current share price; but they remain one of those where I wouldn't go, just like IERE & ERET.
hugepants: Bought few of these. Goes ex-dividend in about a week. Yielding 7.8% at this price. Is it completely covered though? Gearing only 18.5% which is good. last results: "Fall in NAV per share to 72.3p as at 30 June 2012 (31 December 2011 - 75.5p) mainly caused by 2.4% like-for-like decline in value of property portfolio; Share price total return of 5.9% in the period; Over five years NAV and Share price total return exceed IPD benchmark and FTSE Real Estate Investment Trusts Index; Lowest gearing in the Company's peer group at 18.5% and blended average debt rate of 4%; Attractive annual dividend yield of 7.4% based on period end share price."
pip_uk: Topvest. Why do you think this will be bad news for FCPT. In the proposal holders of FCPT would be offered a cash get out. FCPT share price has been a steady riser for some months now.
kenny: UKCM surely cannot afford to both buy back shares and pay dividends exceeding net income. They will soon exhaust their cash pile. That leads me to the view they were forced into this buyback otherwise the shares would have been dribbled out with an adverse effect on the share price. Someone is clearly desperate to get out and I wonder if this is to do with what might emerge from the FSA investigation.
pip_uk: Been watching this closely, and the share price has held up remarkably well. After selling for a small profit decided to buy back in today. Any uplift in the property sentiment would be very positive for this company. With my holding of IPI bought at 30p a share I can scarcely do any worse.
skyship: PTOLEMY - "If I were UKCM I'd be much more concerned about preserving cash than using it to provide temporay support to the share price." hmmm - seems to me quite clear that investing in property in the current climate cannot guarantee increases in shareholder value, whereas share buybacks at these levels undoubtedly can. At the last count (15th Oct'08)we had CASH reserves of £64m, so no-one reading the stats can possibly say that there is any need to conserve CASH - remember UKCM is totally ungeared! No. Buybacks must be undertaken when there is a perverse disparity between the share price and the underlying NAV. That is why shareholders approved the Scheme. There are times for buybacks; and now is most undoubtedly an extremely good time. Though I suspect they won't be able to buy many, they should certainly be attempting to do so. =============================================================== Pip_uk - sorry I was a bit early with my recommendation elsewhere. Obviously there is a liquidation firesale taking place, so the share price may remain under water for a few days - who knows. Personally I topped-up again @ 50p.
ptolemy: If I were UKCM I'd be much more concerned about preserving cash than using it to provide temporay support to the share price. The fact they aren't doing it suggests they beleive matter will get worse before better. But that's no surprise, they said that in the recent statement. There appears to be good value here at some point but I'm not sure we're there in the cycle....yet.
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