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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Urban Exposure Plc LSE:UEX London Ordinary Share GB00BFNSQ303 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 67.50 0.00 08:00:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
65.00 70.00 67.50 67.50 67.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 11.07 0.17 0.09 750.0 107
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 67.50 GBX

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2021-04-22 12:56:1266.0010,0006,600.00O
2021-04-22 12:39:2567.0010,0006,700.00O
2021-04-22 11:43:1366.085,8663,876.25O
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23/4/2021
09:20
Urban Exposure Daily Update: Urban Exposure Plc is listed in the Real Estate sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UEX. The last closing price for Urban Exposure was 67.50p.
Urban Exposure Plc has a 4 week average price of 65.50p and a 12 week average price of 65.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 74p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32.50p.
There are currently 158,822,621 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 24,837 shares. The market capitalisation of Urban Exposure Plc is £107,205,269.18.
30/12/2020
15:36
cjohn: Hi Yieldsearch, as far as I'm concerned you are the board's expert on this share. And thank you for your previous postings, that have been very researched and conceptualised. I wouldn't have thought the allocation of tender shares would be according to the position at each stockbroker. Surely, everyone who tendered all their shares will receive the same percentage as myself? It seems like eqi have been particularly agile (on this occasion).
30/12/2020
07:33
solarno lopez: Sorry wrong question
29/12/2020
18:14
cjohn: I hold UEX shares with two popular brokers: EQI and Hargreaves Lansdown. I tendered all my shares in both accounts. At EQI, I received cash on 23rd December for almost 98% of my shares, leaving me with a rump of around 2.3% of my original holding, a few hundred pounds, which I'll probably run till the next tender. At H and L, no cash return yet.
02/12/2020
11:09
papy02: Thank you Yieldsearch for your analysis. Does the recent RNS/Circular change anyone’s opinion on whether /how much to tender? I was leaning towards tendering 100%. But my antennae are twitching after the RNS/Circular: - Directors are not tendering any of their shares . (I’m finding it difficult to find what their holdings are – does anyone have this info that they can share?) - No statement on what major shareholders intend to do - No updated NAV (since June 30th) or indication how things are going. I’m never sure in these situations – does the stated NAV take account of expected income/expenses through to liquidation? Does anyone have an estimate of the adjustment to be made from June 30th for (income – expenses)? I see the Soros fund doubled their position to 12+% on Monday. Not clear who sold to them. Are they here to scalp a few %, or do they believe the NAV is understated? I’d be very interested in others’ current views on what % to tender.
25/11/2020
07:53
yieldsearch: I would tender as much as possible (100% of holding), selling at 75p is likely a decent price for anyone. and potentially due to some investors not tendering, selling more that your prorata share. By not tendering, you are swapping certainty of cash andtiming vs increase in payout but uncertainty in timing/realisation of the tail of the assets. So selling now at 75p vs selling (potentially/subject to write down) at 79.4p at some stage in the future. 4.4p difference. 72% of the NAV still has to be realised (with potential increase or decrease in that unrealised nav).
10/10/2020
12:50
papy02: Thanks, Yieldsearch for sharing your research. Are you minded to sell now, or hang on for the tender? Do you have a view on likely outcome in terms of where in the 72-78p range (or above?) it may end up, and timescale. The initial distribution is more than first estimated. I’m wondering, as this is now being run by the accountants, if they will continue to underpromise/overdeliver, or on the contrary, whether they are trading speed for amount of recoveries. As you say, they give minimal visibility. But I’d be interested in any view or comments. The other factor of course will be how they structure the initial tender - whether they will offer whatever they estimate the eventual NAV return to shareholders will be per share, or offer clearly less (the current share price gives them little wiggle room for that if they think the eventual return will be iro 72p). Also whether they will allow tendering of amounts in excess of your entitlement, subject to their overall £m target. What Weiss tenders may be the best litmus test, if that gets disclosed in the tender Circular. Many thanks again.
01/10/2020
09:41
yieldsearch: 27p per shares, or 41% of the current share price (66p)
23/9/2020
10:45
yieldsearch: Interim results posted yesterday: Slightly lower range of return , but expected much faster Cash of 51m with £26m to be returned via tender (may increase if loan repayment collected pre tender) return assumptions: Buy at 64.7p Receipt of 15.8p in 2 months (26m of cash/165m shares) Receipt of 49.0p in 12 months (90% of 72p, reduced by the cash paid in month 2) Receipt of 7.2p in ?24? months (10% of 72p) giving a return of 12.6% upside: - more cash collected in 2 months, - above calc using the low part of the range (72-78) - Improved allocation on tender (if some shareholder not allocating) - tender/cancellation accretive to NAV, i believe not factored in - Positive outcome of litigation with historical potential bidder (i guess remote) downside: - Losses on the loans - Delay in collection and payment to shareholders - Increase in fixed costs - write down of non current assets (£8.4m, 5p per share) wouldnt be surprised to see some write up on this in the next few days, supporting share price.
29/6/2020
12:13
boystown: Tipped in the IC by Simon Thompson who concludes: "...the maximum cash return could be 50 per cent above the current share price. NAV-accretive share buy-backs are a likely catalyst to drive up the share price, too. Value buy."
17/6/2020
13:51
yieldsearch: Solarno The loans are short term and should be repaid or realised within 1-2 years max if there are no buyers for the whole portfolio. Clearly one has to factor in potential residential price reduction. The company stated that they have stopped lending and assuming that the management is not finding another way to f the shareholders ( it is a BIG assumption..), eventually the company will have an amount of cash that can be distributed to shareholder. that a medium term scenario. upside would be that an activist is shaking the whole thing and clean it faster. then looking at the share price vs nav, urban exposure has i believe the largest discount. RECI rallied with clear disclosure from management. PSSL likely liquidation. LBOW, HONY reduced discount. any share price activity is news driven here.
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