Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Warehouse Reit Plc LSE:WHR London Ordinary Share GB00BD2NCM38 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.45% 110.00 846,653 16:29:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
109.50 110.00 110.50 107.50 110.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 30.05 20.68 8.60 12.8 417
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:05:52 O 75,000 110.00 GBX

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2020-08-04 16:22:56110.0075,00082,500.00O
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Warehouse Reit Daily Update: Warehouse Reit Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment Trusts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WHR. The last closing price for Warehouse Reit was 110.50p.
Warehouse Reit Plc has a 4 week average price of 106p and a 12 week average price of 98.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 122p while the 1 year low share price is currently 69p.
There are currently 379,344,951 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 580,763 shares. The market capitalisation of Warehouse Reit Plc is £417,279,446.10.
cvcrp: what are people's views on this fund raise? My own are: -coming off the back of recent rises the shares don't seem a screaming buy like a month or so ago -there are plenty of other reits trading at a discount about, albeit not in the warehouse sector. -Reits only do subscriptions when they are fully priced and from experience there is likely to be a better time to buy in at a lower price down the line. -1 in 3 is not a small amount of cash to magic up, so the offer would need to be really compelling for me to sell elsewhere to fund -share price falls on the day of announcement to the 110 in any case, so why don't i just buy the shares in the market... - I would have hoped for more info on why this pipeline of opportunities is such a good investment and worth my money. Having said this the management team seem to asset managed well to increase value, but give me a little more than blind faith to go on i guess. In summary, i just can't get excited about buying into this offer.
nimbo1: niggle - the risk is their tenants go bust and its hard to find new ones. however WHR and Shed for that matter have always bought their assets below the cost of replacement - unlike BBOX who have always paid something like 1.5x to 2x replacement cost. they got the valuations away by lowering the yields on income fixed for medium term - that's why their share price has been smashed to pieces imo.
giammy85: But the share price this week has been around 111.5p, why existing shareholders should adhere to this offer?
nimbo1: I'm amazed by the share price rise - in my opinion the share price has got ahead of itself - but then again my opinion is clearly worthless here having sold out at 110p!
ec2: Was slightly disappointed in the numbers published this morning and came very near to taking some profit. Everything became clear in the subsequent 9am investor call and as a result topped up on the weakened share price. Very pleasing to hear the recent capital raise fully invested ahead of schedule at good prices. The associated purchase costs with investing these funds is what gave a short term knock to the NAV but now these assets are generating quality income with the added likelihood of valuation uplift on the properties.
riverman77: Not sure why you'd expect this to boost share price - seems to me they're trying to expand their portfolio in an expensive market. I much prefer companies that already own the assets, eg Hansteen.
bathcoup: Still the share price shows no sign of life.
ec2: Nice, concise, clearly presented figures this morning instantly gave me a good feel about this stock. As a result I dialled into the investor call which was positive. Subsequently as a result picked up a small position later in the day on the basis should provide good steady income (5.7%) with low share price volatility provided there are no major economic shocks.
ronin92: During that dip, my take was that it was at least partly driven by the prospect of higher interest rates and tightening credit as a result of a hawkish Fed. Aren't many REITs seen as bond proxy-like and therefore are believed to inversely correlate with interest rates? Some propcos are highly geared too. With the Fed turning dovish and the prospect of low interest rates out as far as the eye can see, perhaps things could look rosy for WHR price for a while yet?
jgh03: So buyers of the new shares will receive the dividend for the quarter ending 31 March. This means that the price is effectively 101.5, making the discount to NAV larger than that stated in the offer document and the premium to last night's closing share price being practically nil. Edit: Perhaps paying a 2p premium and getting 1.5p returned as a dividend really means that the offer price is roughly the same as the market price.
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