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Commercial property investors have experienced a wildly volatile few months and the outlook is still extremely uncertain too, thanks to the government response to the coronavirus outbreak. Many investment companies have cut or cancelled their dividends; and the pace and scope of the lockdown lifting will affect how quickly and to what extent their rental income recovers. As a result, they sit on wide discounts to NAV. On the other hand, other areas of the property market have seen limited or no
Companies: CTPT BBOX SHED
Kepler | Trust Intelligence
A number of REITs have the ability to thrive in current market conditions and thereafter. Not only do they hold assets that will remain in strong demand, but they have focus and transparency. The leases and underlying rents are structured in a manner to provide long visibility, growth and security. Hardman & Co defined an investment universe of REITs that we considered provided security and “safer harbours”. We introduced this universe with our report published in March 2019: “Secure income” REI
Companies: AGR CSH ESP IHR LXI PHP RESI SUPR THRL SOHO BBOX SHED WHR
Hardman & Co
In the financial markets, the biggest winners from the crisis so far have – without a doubt – been the technology sectors. Software, hardware, ecommerce and related sectors have outperformed in the immediate aftermath (as we discussed in a recent strategy note). They also seem likely to benefit from some of the likely long-lasting changes to society that the crisis will forge. This is the latest episode in a long period of outperformance. Looking back over the past decade, technology-related com
Companies: PCT ATT JFJ MWY SMT MNL BBOX
Tritax Big Box REIT (BBOX) invests primarily in the large-scale sites at the centre of modern distribution and logistics networks – so-called ‘big boxes’ or ‘mega boxes’. These are crucial to online-only retailers and to the distribution networks of those multichannel retailers operating nationally or internationally. The largest single tenant is Amazon, responsible for 13% of the company’s rental income, and the second largest is Ocado. Manufacturers, wholesalers and courier services are major
Companies: Tritax Big Box REIT Plc
The industrial and logistics sector has been on a tremendous run over the past five years or so. It is hard to think now, given the current dynamics in the property industry, that retail and offices were the sectors of choice for investors for many years with industrial cast aside by most.
Companies: ASLI LMP SGRO BBOX EBOX SHED WHR
Fundraising showed signs of picking up this month, and the focus was very much on the renewables sector. First of all there was Renewables Infrastructure Group, which launched a placing programme and an initial fundraising early in the month, targeting up to £170m. It ended up raising just over £300m, having received applications for nearly three times as many shares as were originally available, in an upsized and scaled back issuance. Greencoat Renewables also announced and completed a placing
Companies: TRIG BBOX UKW GRP ALF UBG ESP FA17 BCPT CTPT HTCF CHRY UKCM
TRIG – Renewables Infrastructure Group – February 2019 NAV and asset | BBOX – Tritax Big Box – Finals to 31 December 2018 | SIR – Secure Income REIT – Finals to 31 December 2018 | FSFL – Foresight Solar – Finals to 31 December 2018
Companies: TRIG BBOX FSFL
CAT – CATCo Reinsurance Opportunities – Portfolio update | BBOX – Tritax Big Box – Completion of acquisition
BBOX – Tritax Big Box – Results of fundraising | NESF* – NextEnergy Solar – Partnership with Zestec | MXF – Medicx – Q4 2018 NAV, trading update and dividend
Companies: BBOX NESF MXF
Tritax Big Box – Acquisition and fundraising | AEW UK - Q4 2018 NAV and dividend
Companies: Tritax Big Box REIT Plc (BBOX:LON)AEW UK REIT PLC (AEWU:LON)
BBOX - Tritax Big Box - Trading update to 31 December 2018 | AEWL - AEW UK Long Lease - Acquisition and debt facility
Companies: Tritax Big Box REIT Plc (BBOX:LON)Alternative Income REIT Plc (AIRE:LON)
BBOX - Tritax Big Box – Proposed changes to investment policy | THRL - Target Healthcare – Acquisitions | APAX - Apax Global Alpha – Q3 2018 NAV and revolving credit facility
Companies: BBOX APAX THRL
Synccona - Q2 2018 update | Tritax Big Box – Interims to 30 June 2018 | Impact Healthcare REIT – Interims to 30 June 2018
Companies: SYNC BBOX IHR
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The group posted a strong set of results showing faster and stronger-than-expected net interest margin expansion and no signs of a deterioration and above all anxiety on the asset quality front. It remains to be seen if the UK government will allow banks to hold on to the benefit of interest rate increases and if the UK economy proves as resilient as expected.
Companies: Lloyds Banking Group plc
Legal & General disclosed strong HY 22 results, albeit in line with the consensus’ expectations. With most of the metrics improving on a yoy and sequential basis, we believe that the strong solvency position, in an environment with (sustainable?) higher yields, should trigger capital distributions to shareholders at the year-end.
Companies: Legal & General Group Plc
Aviva unveiled a fair operating result. While, in line with the insurance industry, Aviva saw a strongly negative impact from financial assets revaluation, the solvency position improved materially, yielding additional capital distributions. Once distributions cease, we believe that Aviva could be a takeover target.
Companies: Aviva plc
Last week, the UK government published the consultation paper on its Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA). Any change potentially represents uncertainty in a market that has been wary of changes with a number of shares falling after early details of possible reforms were flagged in the press. We review the possible changes and conclude that while there is some risk, from what we can see at present the likely outcomes could be either minimal or beneficial for investors in clean energy
Companies: EQT IES DRX NESF PHE SAE
Cenkos:Duke Royalty Ltd -Record revenues keep on rolling
Companies: Duke Royalty Limited
Companies: H&T Group plc
Dish of the day
No joiners today.
Leavers: No leavers today.
What’s cooking in the IPO kitchen?**
Unigel Group, intends to join the Aquis Growth Market. Unigel Group is a pioneer in the field of thixotropic gels for the fibre optic cable industry. The Company is also a supplier of laminated steel tapes to the fibre optic cable industry in the US. Thixotropic gels and laminated steel tapes are essential components to the rapidly growing global fibre optic cable market. The Group exports
Companies: UJO FAB HAT HZM SYM TRAC
Dish of the day
No joiners today.
No leavers today.
What’s cooking in the IPO kitchen?
Unigel Group, intends to join the Aquis Growth Market. Unigel Group is a pioneer in the field of thixotropic gels for the fibre optic cable industry. The Company is also a supplier of laminated steel tapes to the fibre optic cable industry in the US. Thixotropic gels and laminated steel tapes are essential components to the rapidly growing global fibre optic cable market. The Group export
Companies: SDI FUL PURP OSI IXI BSE BRSD ATM
Great results posted by M&G, which recorded very resilient AUMs. The firm managed to outperform the consensus despite the tough environment. While the management avoided any capital plans comments, the resilient solvency position leaves great prospects while the current share buyback is still far from being completed.
Companies: M&G Plc
This quarter’s key observations
• Subsector performance: Marketplaces was by far the best performing subsector from an aggregate share price perspective (up 19.9%) vs. an average –5.2% for the other five subsectors. UK Digital Media was the worst performing subsector with a -12.4% aggregate share price move.
• Valuation trends: UK Managed Services saw the largest EV/ EBITDA derating (-2.1x) and is now on the lowest EV/Sales multiple (1.5x FY1) and second lowest average EV/EBITDA (11.3x FY1
Companies: CNIC BIG DEVO LBG OTMP SYS
NESF has boosted its effective electricity price hedging with the winning of 86W under the UK’s CfD renewable support scheme. This provides an index-linked 15-year income stream providing a strong underpinning to the fund’s earnings.
Companies: NextEnergy Solar Fund Ltd
Companies: Belvoir Group PLC (BLV:LON)SDI Group plc (SDI:LON)
Purplebricks full year results provides the detail behind its May pre-close update (i.e. 40,141 instructions; £70m revenue; £8.8m EBITDA loss and £43.2m cash) and details Purplebricks’ plan to return to operational cash generation.
Companies: Purplebricks Group Plc
We initiate full coverage on Alkemy Capital Investments plc (Alkemy). Alkemy’s 100%-owned subsidiary Tees Valley Lithium (TVL) is developing a world-class, low carbon, lithium hydroxide (LHM or LiOH) refining facility at the Wilton International Chemical Park in the Teesside Freeport, UK. Vying to be the first of its kind in the UK, the plant will process a variety of lithium feedstocks to produce a low-carbon footprint, battery-grade lithium hydroxide product suitable to supply the rapidly expa
Companies: Alkemy Capital Investments Plc