SHB.L - Shaftesbury PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
986.00
-1.50 (-0.15%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close987.50
Open1,001.00
Bid950.00 x 17000
Ask0.00 x 10000
Day's range980.00 - 1,001.00
52-week range920.00 - 1,055.00
Volume247,543
Avg. volume864,007
Market cap3.024B
Beta0.34
PE ratio (TTM)9.14
EPS (TTM)107.90
Earnings date22 May 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.16 (1.62%)
Ex-dividend date2018-01-18
1y target est989.31
  • Reuters3 months ago

    Norway's sovereign wealth fund buys 245 million pounds stake in UK's Shaftesbury

    Shaftesbury owns and manages retail, office and residential properties in the prime London districts of Soho and Covent Garden. Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM), the world's largest sovereign wealth fund and one of the largest holders of London property, increased its stake in Shaftesbury to 20.86 percent from 12.66 percent earlier.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Norway's sovereign wealth fund buys 245 mln stg stake in UK's Shaftesbury

    The sovereign wealth fund of Norway bought a 245 million pounds ($342 million) stake in British property group Shaftesbury from Invesco, regulatory filings showed on Thursday. Shaftesbury owns and manages retail, office and residential properties in the prime London districts of Soho and Covent Garden.

  • The battle for a £3 billion property empire in London's Chinatown just took a new turn
    Business Insider3 months ago

    The battle for a £3 billion property empire in London's Chinatown just took a new turn

    The fund, which is the world's largest, now owns over 20% of Shaftesbury — which has a £3 billion property portfolio in London's Soho and Chinatown districts. Shaftesbury's biggest shareholder Samuel Tak Lee is believed to be preparing a takeover bid, but the Norwegian fund's move makes this more difficult. LONDON — The battle for control of Shaftesbury, the property company with a £3 billion portfolio in London's Soho and Chinatown districts, took a new turn on Thursday after it was reported that the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund has almost doubled its stake in the business.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Amid bid speculation, Shaftesbury top investor set to oppose some resolutions

    Shaftesbury said it had received a statement from Hong Kong billionaire Samuel Tak Lee, the ultimate beneficial owner of 25.02 percent of the company's issued share capital, of his intention to oppose Resolution 16, 17 and 18. Resolution 16 relates to authorising company directors to allot shares, while special resolutions 17 and 18 are linked to authorising directors to allot shares in certain circumstances on a non pre-emptive basis. Newspapers have speculated that Lee could make a bid for Shaftesbury, as he has taken advantage of the weakness in the sterling to build up his stake in the company in the past few months.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Amid bid speculation, Shaftesbury top investor set to oppose some resolutions

    Shaftesbury (Frankfurt: 908076 - news) 's top investor intends to vote down three resolutions that would authorise directors to allot shares, the property company that owns large chunks of London districts Soho and Covent Garden said in a statement on Tuesday. Shaftesbury said it had received a statement from Hong Kong billionaire Samuel Tak Lee, the ultimate beneficial owner of 25.02 percent of the company's issued share capital, of his intention to oppose Resolution 16, 17 and 18. Resolution 16 relates to authorising company directors to allot shares, while special resolutions 17 and 18 are linked to authorising directors to allot shares in certain circumstances on a non pre-emptive basis.

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