Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Urban Logistics Reit Plc LSE:SHED London Ordinary Share GB00BYV8MN78 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 149.00 10,459 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
148.00 150.00 149.00 149.00 149.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 12.60 9.36 9.95 15.0 380
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:22:34 O 10,000 149.60 GBX

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Urban Logistics Reit Daily Update: Urban Logistics Reit Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SHED. The last closing price for Urban Logistics Reit was 149p.
Urban Logistics Reit Plc has a 4 week average price of 136p and a 12 week average price of 136p.
The 1 year high share price is 152.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 102.50p.
There are currently 255,045,821 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 874,533 shares. The market capitalisation of Urban Logistics Reit Plc is £380,018,273.29.
williamcooper104: More than antidotal evidence - there's been a lot of transactional evidence in last 3-4 weeks - and it's a 40-80bps yield shift (higher on super prime) And yields are well in across the board The big and prime players - PLD and SGRO have sold of over last few days - but they were trading at huge premiums so weight of capital moving to recovery stocks has pulled them down In that context though SHED and BBOX staying at around same levels is a good performance It's likely that move are now on slight discounts to NAV
skinny: Urban Logistics REIT PLC GBP34 Million Acquisition. Urban Logistics, (AIM: SHED) the specialist UK logistics REIT, has acquired a logistics site in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, for GBP34.3 million at a 5.4% NIY, as part of the deployment of the capital raised from the Company's recent fundraising. The 12-acre site comprises five units, three of which are let to Müller UK & Ireland Group, a major producer and distributor of dairy products, until 2030 with a rent review in 2025. The passing rent is GBP8.75 per sq ft. The other units are currently vacant and provide an opportunity for considerable value enhancement through active asset management, with several potential occupiers already expressing interest. The site is strategically located seven miles from the M25 and benefits from excellent access as well as a dedicated local power supply, making it a highly attractive "last touch" distribution hub. Richard Moffitt, Chief Executive, commented: "This is another high quality off-market acquisition that formed part of our existing pipeline. The site is well located in the South East for delivering essential goods the "last mile" to customers and businesses. Significantly, it offers excellent opportunities for value enhancement through active asset management. Despite the Covid-19 restrictions currently in place, I'm pleased to report that all of our tenants remain operational." - Ends -
winsome: The offer price was clearly not low enough as they raised far less than the intended.
enormouswillie: Some of these funds are long/short and look for arbitrage, and hedge comparative situations...for example, they might be LONG TRITAX BBOX and SHORT SHED here, on the basis that they believe BBOX will outperform SHED... No idea if that applies in this case of course
skinny: Collection Update. Rent collection update Urban Logistics, (AIM: SHED) the specialist UK logistics REIT, is pleased to announce that 99% of rent due for the quarter to December has been collected, the remaining 1% is expected to be collected imminently. This follows strong cash collections in March and June where 100% of rents due were collected. The levels of rent collection evidence the Company's proactive approach to strong covenants and intentional bias towards the supply of essential products and consumer goods. - Ends -
twells1: The retail offer is annoying but not stupid. It is the regulations that are stupid and this is explained clearly in the capital raising document. Under the regulations a full prospectus offer ( very expensive and slow ) is required if the capital raising both this time and last time exceeds £8m hence the small number available now for private investors as about £7m was raised from private investors last year. Of course private investors can apply for £91000 ( Euros 100k) of shares and will almost certainly get them. Unfortunately I have not got that amount of cash available as I think Shed's prospects are very good. I have been really annoyed with the number of companies doing capital raising without giving private shareholders any opportunity to buy in at the same price as institutions but Shed have at least tried to involve private shareholders. m
dhoult12: Just make sure you take into account the ex divi date in your price. If you look at previous raises they were pretty close to the price - even when the raise was at a terrible time - e.g back in Feb/March. Have to say this is one of my favs for the medium / long term.
winsome: The placing didn't quite raise enough to meet their target. Am I right to assume the Institutional offer is not at a fixed share price and the institutions can make their own bids? If so then I'd expect SHED have to sell large blocks below 139p per share given they missed their placing target. Those institutional buyers will then dump them on the market for a few pence more than their buy price, so could drive the share price down to 139p or less in October.
dhoult12: I wouldn't complain that the raise was done at such a low discount to current price....... Higher the better for us holders. If the discount is sizeable the price gets smashed down to the placing price as the people taking part in the placing just get their shares and sell into the market until there is no gap nor profit to be made
jbarcroftr: Logistic warehouses are the hot property sector and Shed have a very good record of active management.I hope they offer generous terms To existing shareholders
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