SHB.L - Shaftesbury PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
920.00
+2.50 (+0.27%)
As of 1:58PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close917.50
Open906.50
Bid919.00 x 0
Ask920.00 x 0
Day's range906.50 - 924.50
52-week range734.00 - 992.50
Volume66,902
Avg. volume446,207
Market cap2.828B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.46
PE ratio (TTM)108.24
EPS (TTM)8.50
Earnings date26 Nov 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.18 (1.90%)
Ex-dividend date16 Jan 2020
1y target est956.54
  • Earnings Miss: Shaftesbury PLC Missed EPS By 77% And Analysts Are Revising Their Forecasts
    Simply Wall St.

    Earnings Miss: Shaftesbury PLC Missed EPS By 77% And Analysts Are Revising Their Forecasts

    Analysts might have been a bit too bullish on Shaftesbury PLC (LON:SHB), given that the company fell short of...

  • Buy-to-let? Here’s how I’d get into the property market instead
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    Buy-to-let? Here’s how I’d get into the property market instead

    This real estate company has raised its dividend by 5.4%, on the back of growing rental income.

  • Does Shaftesbury PLC (LON:SHB) Have A Place In Your Dividend Stock Portfolio?
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    Does Shaftesbury PLC (LON:SHB) Have A Place In Your Dividend Stock Portfolio?

    Dividend paying stocks like Shaftesbury PLC (LON:SHB) tend to be popular with investors, and for good reason - some...

  • Forget buy-to-let! Here’s how I’d use REITs to invest £20k today
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    Forget buy-to-let! Here’s how I’d use REITs to invest £20k today

    Shares of Shaftesbury (LON: SHB) and Urban Logistics (LON: SHED) look attractive to me right now.

  • Property tycoon serves legal proceedings against London landlord Shaftesbury
    Evening Standard

    Property tycoon serves legal proceedings against London landlord Shaftesbury

    Shaftesbury’s largest shareholder, Hong Kong billionaire Samuel Tak Lee, has served the Chinatown landlord with a writ for £10 million following a long-running dispute. Property tycoon Lee, a 26% shareholder, has locked horns with the firm since December 2017 when it embarked on a £265 million fundraising to boost its portfolio. Lee, who owns the sprawling neighbouring Langham Estate, claimed his Shaftesbury stake had been diluted by the move.

  • Shaftesbury boss Brian Bickell set to survive attempt to oust him
    Evening Standard

    Shaftesbury boss Brian Bickell set to survive attempt to oust him

    Brian Bickell, the long-standing boss of Shaftesbury, on Friday cheered good trading at the West End property firm as he looked set to survive a rebel shareholder’s bid to oust him. The 65-year-old faced a tense annual meeting today, 24 hours after Hong Kong billionaire Samuel Tak Lee, the largest shareholder in Shaftesbury, said he would oppose the remuneration and reappointment of Shaftesbury’s chairman, chief executive and finance chief. Mike Fox, head of sustainable investments at Royal London Asset Management, a 1.5% shareholder, said his firm was voting to support management.

  • Jim Armitage: It’s time for ‘Man of Mystery’ Shaftesbury shareholder to put up or shut up
    Evening Standard

    Jim Armitage: It’s time for ‘Man of Mystery’ Shaftesbury shareholder to put up or shut up

    Sammy Tak Lee is one of those secretive billionaire “citizens of nowhere” who so annoy the British electorate that Theresa May chose to demonise them in one of her forays into populism. For years, he has been pestering the well-run owner of much of Covent Garden, Chinatown and Soho, Shaftesbury. Conservatively financed and managed for the long term, Shaftesbury has delivered consistently for its investors since the financial crisis.

  • Shaftesbury hit with fresh attack from Hong Kong billionaire shareholder
    Evening Standard

    Shaftesbury hit with fresh attack from Hong Kong billionaire shareholder

    West End landlord Shaftesbury’s largest shareholder, Hong Kong billionaire Samuel Tak Lee, reignited his feud with the property firm on Tuesday in an audacious bid to curb the board’s power. In a letter published by the Chinatown and Carnaby Street property owner, 26% shareholder Lee slammed directors for being “reluctant” to engage with him, and expressed concerns about delays at a new development. Brian Bickell, chief executive of Shaftesbury, hit back at Lee, saying he has not met the board despite numerous invitations.

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